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We shine the spotlight on Moroccan spas, the lowdown on what you need to know

http://goo.gl/QT6ZECIf you’re looking for inspiration for your next spa break, look no further than Morocco holidays. The area offers everything from traditional Moroccan Hammams to opulent luxury spas where you can relax and discover your inner peace.

Les Jardins De Koutoubia, Marrakech

Oozing with luxury, this Riad styled hotel is an oasis of luxury and has eight treatment rooms, four hammams, a stunning indoor pool with Jacuzzi, outdoor pool, fitness centre and a relaxation and tearoom area all within its Clarins Spa. The list of treatments is very extensive from Moroccan tonic massages to traditional hammam ritual cleansing scrub, from facial treatments for men, to gentle mum-to-be massages that use some of the most divine essential oils. Afterwards you can chill out with a sweet mint tea in the relaxation area or head to the underground swimming pool for a leisurely swim.

If you’re feeling a bit spritely, the hotel has a great fitness centre where you could burn a few calories, then head to one of the tranquil steam baths or the Jacuzzi on the rooftop terrace with views over Koutoubia.

Patio nuit

Club Hotel Tikida Beach, Agadir

For the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation, it doesn’t get much better than this hotel during holidays to Agadir. You get that long deserved me time in a hotel that has bagged itself a prime position on Agadir’s sandy beach. The hotel’s spa and thalassotherapy centre has 11 treatment rooms, Turkish bath, Moroccan hammam, Jacuzzi, hairdressers, sauna and spa tub. A large swimming pool is surrounded by manicured gardens that provide extra space to relax and chill out.

A variety of treatments and therapies are available such as hydrotherapy, massages, facials and algae or fango body wraps, what more could you possibly want? The hotel has a well-equipped fitness centre with all the latest cardio machines so you will be able to keep up with your training whilst you’re away.

piscine spa

Riad Dar Sbihi, Marrakech

This bijou hideaway is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main square of Marrakech but that doesn’t mean it lacks any of the traditional Moroccan style and atmosphere. Once you walk through the wooden doors of the entrance you’ll discover this Riad offers a ‘wow’ first impression with a courtyard that has a shaded seating area amongst four delightful gardens which are the main focus of the Riad.

The marble hammam has a lovely ambience and offers steam baths, facials and Moroccan massages and has a small pool that is lit up on an evening with lanterns that give off a relaxed ambience. This Riad really does ooze calmness and is an oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of the old town of Marrakesh and the souks. The rooftop terrace is decked with sun loungers and has views over the Atlas Mountains. Breakfast is also served up here and we couldn’t think of a better place to enjoy it during All Inclusive Marrakesh holidays.

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Riad Esprit Du Maroc, Marrakech

This delightful 18th century Riad is situated close to Djemma el Fna Sqaure and is in the heart of the medina and promises a luxurious and peaceful stay. A large roof terrace is decked with loungers and sofas to give it a relaxing feel. An open courtyard features a plunge pool and is perfect for taking an afternoon dip and has a traditional Moroccan feel to it and is styled with loungers, metal lanterns and water fountains.

The luxurious spa has five treatment rooms including a room for couples massage. A plethora of treatments are available including body massages, facials, body wraps and scrubs with therapies including aromatherapy. There is also a mud bath and steam room within the spa for you to take full advantage of. For those looking to keep active there is a small fitness room that has the latest cardio machines.

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