Morocco is a classic travel destination. Cities like Casablanca and Marrakech have attracted visitors from across the globe for decades, if not longer. Casablanca has even been immortalized by an all-time great Hollywood film of the same name.

Enough about the past, though. According to the TOPHOTELCONSTRUCTION database, Morocco also has a promising future. In fact, hotel projects there are slated to boom in the years to come.


Morocco Project Pipeline

In 2018, 10 projects will make their debuts in Morocco, followed by 11 in 2019, 6 in 2020 and 17 in 2021 and beyond. That's a hefty pipeline for a country that size, especially when one considers that 64 pecent of those projects fall into the luxury designation while another 36 percent are considered to be first class.

With that in mind, it's important that the savvy hotel owner and operator stay abreast of all that is happening in the country. That's why today we'd like to take a look at some upcoming projects in Morocco's hotel project pipeline from the TOPHOTELCONSTRUCTION database.

Top Morocco Hotels

Marina Resort Chbika

One of the banner projects currently underway in Morocco is the Marina Resort Chbika. This project is slated to be complete by the second quarter of 2020. It will have a massive 2,500 rooms. This resort has been master-planned to include three or more hotels, as well as 1,851 apartments and villas, a town center, a marina that has berths for 100 boats, a sports center, a spa, a medical center, and what's been described by many as a tournament-worthy golf course.

Swissotel Casablanca

This project is slated to be completed in the third quarter of 2019. It will have 300 rooms, and a luxurious feel to it. It will also have a prime location in Casablanca plus facilities for business travelers and conferences.

Ritz-Carlton Tamuda Bay

The third and final project on our list is the Ritz-Carlton Tamuda Bay, which is slated to be finished later this year. Once it's done, it will have 300 rooms for guests. This hotel is located at one of the higher points of the site on a bi-polar axis that provides views of both the wetlands and the 18-hole golf course that meanders around much of the site. There are also water channels used to create space between small clusters of villas. All 200 villas and apartments will have views of either the mountains, the bird sanctuary or the water.

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