Wellness

Les Bains Amani

A VOYAGE OF THE SENSES

Traditional Hammam

Our luxurious hammam complete with separate exfoliation room, showers and relaxation area allow you to benefit fully from this tradition. Our assistants will introduce you to the ritual of purification, and for those who are adept, they will make sure that your visit leaves you relaxed both in body and spirit.

Please note that during ramadan, the last spa treatment finishes at 18h15 to allow our team members the time to break their fast: the spa reopens from 20h15 to 22h.

The Bains Amani is open to both residents and non-residents : Booking Essential.

Royal Hammam

Royal Hammam

Our royal hammam begins with a hand and footbath, then hand and foot scrub using natural rose water and bran scrub. After a hair mask using white clay ghassoul (optional) you will be accompanied into the hot room for a black soap application and vigorous body scrub. A body mask and wrap is then followed by a gentle shampoo and body rinse. Happy hour between 10h and 14h.
Royal Hammam

Royal Hammam

Royal Hammam

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Royal Hammam Happy Hour

Royal Hammam Happy Hour

Royal Hammam Happy Hour

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Hammam and Massage

Step into the magical world of our traditional hammam for a complete voyage to the world of sensations. Our massages take place in one of the massage rooms overlooking the garden, but a tented pergola on the roof terrace is a unique site for guests to enjoy massage during the spring and autumn months.
Amani unwind allows you to enjoy a traditional hammam with body scrub followed by a relaxing massage in the massage room or on the rooftop for a complete moment of spiritual purification. Happy hour between 10h and 14h.
Amani Unwind

Amani Unwind

Amani unwind

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Amani unwind happy hour

Amani unwind happy hour

Amani unwind happy hour

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Full beauty packages

Mille et une nuits

Mille et une nuits

A royal hammam & body scrub followed by a body oil application, (1h15) back massage with essential oils (15 mins) and a facial massage,  (15 mins) hand massage (15 mins) for a perfect hydration 120 mins 125€ per person

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Drop in and Unwind

Drop in and Unwind

Hammam and body scrub, followed by body oil application, massage and a light chefs tapas selection : please let us know if there are any dietary requirements a half day @ 95€ per pax

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Pampering paradise for two

Pampering paradise for two

Relaxation and purification with a royal hammam duo followed by one hour massage, includes two glasses of wine and a chefs light tapas selection 300€ for two

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Yoga

Yoga at the Palais Amani is your safe space to cultivate mindfulness and learn to unite harmoniously in daily life:

Drop in morning classes by the great log fire in winter and on the rooftop at sunrise in the warmer months for a perfect way to start the day.  Private classes also available.

Hiking

The Zalagh hillside range sits above Fez’s medina. In Berber, Zalagh, means male kid goat and a hike along the backbone of this massive beast of a hillside gives you a taste of the Berber way of life at less than 30 minutes from the urban labyrinth below. Leaving the Oued Zhoune car park the road winds steeply up from the medina and in  5 minutes you are already in countryside driving up through olive ancient groves.  Turn the corner and you are plunged into Berber countryside. Your chauffeur takes a dirt track and for 15 to 20 minutes you can take in the scenery dotted with vernacular farmsteads. The population lives in almost complete self-sufficiency, using mules to farm, cooking with firewood and collecting their water from the local well. A passing shepherd waves as you drive by and as far as the eye can see the Rif mountain scenery stretches out to the end of time. On the shorted hiking option, reaching Zalagh’s summit and onwards to the peak of the range is easy enough for all and takes no more than an hour and a half, even at a leisurely pace. The elevation provides the ideal temperature for an escape from the heat and the walk along the top of the ridge offers you stunning views of the entire ancient city, the Sebou Valley, Rif Mountains and Sais Plains. Your guide will bring you back to the perfect spot for a picnic and you will dine in the shade of the pine trees before walking back down to the car. Despite its proximity to the city, it is never crowded, much to the delight of mountain bikers and hikers alike.

Hiking

The Zalagh hillside range sits above Fez’s medina. In Berber, Zalagh, means male kid goat and a hike along the backbone of this massive beast of a hillside gives you a taste of the Berber way of life at less than 30 minutes from the urban labyrinth below. Leaving the Oued Zhoune car park the road winds steeply up from the medina and in  5 minutes you are already in countryside driving up through olive ancient groves.  Turn the corner and you are plunged into Berber countryside. Your chauffeur takes a dirt track and for 15 to 20 minutes you can take in the scenery dotted with vernacular farmsteads. The population lives in almost complete self-sufficiency, using mules to farm, cooking with firewood and collecting their water from the local well. A passing shepherd waves as you drive by and as far as the eye can see the Rif mountain scenery stretches out to the end of time. On the shorted hiking option, reaching Zalagh’s summit and onwards to the peak of the range is easy enough for all and takes no more than an hour and a half, even at a leisurely pace. The elevation provides the ideal temperature for an escape from the heat and the walk along the top of the ridge offers you stunning views of the entire ancient city, the Sebou Valley, Rif Mountains and Sais Plains. Your guide will bring you back to the perfect spot for a picnic and you will dine in the shade of the pine trees before walking back down to the car. Despite its proximity to the city, it is never crowded, much to the delight of mountain bikers and hikers alike.

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