The Hammam is basically a very humid steam bath dating back to the Thermal Baths of the Roman Empire. It follows the rules of the Muslim Religion which enforces deep cleansing prior to the ritual of the prayer. In many Arab countries, Hammams are public baths visited by all social and economic classes. Those with better financial means opted for building their own hammams at home and therefore they form part of many elegant Riads.

The principle behind the Hammam is two-fold. On a deeper level, it acts as a vasodilator which induces an intense muscle relaxation and prevents ligament pain. Once muscles are relaxed, the body experiences a sense of lethargy which later induces a good night’s sleep. At the skin level, the products used in the process have a purifying and exfoliating effect which is reinforced by rich oils for a nourishing finishing touch.

Massage Rooms

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Opening hours

Monday – Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
You can stay for as long as you would like during opening hours 

Massage Rooms are reserved exclusively for hotel guests from 7 AM. to 11 AM 

Aromatic Treatments – exclusively for hotel guests on Wednesday, Sunday and Friday
For non-resident guests from 11AM . to 1PM.

Information & Booking

The reception staff at the thermal baths will be pleased to advise you in person.
Tel: +212 (0) 6 61 17 02 22


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In Morocco, Hammams incorporate the use of a special black soap derived
from black olives which optimizes a deep cleanse. This is followed by an
exfoliating mitt and finally the application of a volcanic clay mask.

This 100% natural black soap, based on olive pulp mixed with argan and
olive oil is extremely rich in Vitamin E and cleanses the skin by removing
dead cells and toxins. Vitamin E helps revitalise the skin preventing dryness,
dehydration and aging. The exfoliating glove is called Kessa or Kesse. It must
be of very strong good quality in order to ensure that both the black soap and
all the dead skin cells are properly removed and that blood and lymphatic
circulation are stimulated.



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