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Spa and Wellness at the Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco
This expansive resort spread over seven kilometres of stunning Atlantic beachside in Al Jadida to the south of Casablanca embraces 15 restaurants and bars, with something to suit all tastes and moods (including the chance to experience a special star-lit Moroccan meal in a traditional Berber tent), activities galore for all ages, including surf lessons, its own golf course, several swimming pools and childcare.
Holder of a Green Key label for its environmental sustainability efforts and eco-friendly initiatives, the Mazagan is also a great place for a spot of pampering and self care.
Spa and Wellness at the Mazagan
The sleek spa at the resort is world class: a space to indulge in traditional Moroccan treatments (including offerings for kids) accompanied by ocean views. There’s also a beauty salon, yoga classes and a state-of-the-art fitness centre at guests’ disposal.
A world of pure relaxation and wellbeing, the spa is especially popular among resort guests for its authentic 100m2 hammam with its magnificent mosaic and marble and its hot and cold saunas – a place to fully immerse yourself in ancient bathing traditions as you’re cocooned in a cloud of steam before being scrubbed and massaged in a time-honoured ritual. Several options here include a Berber Indulgence experience of steam, soap and a massage, followed by a detoxifying body wrap of Ghassoul clay, leaving you with smooth, toned skin.
Massages and facials in this blissful space are personalised to your exact needs and tastes. Using luxurious Biologique Recherche products from Paris, with pure active ingredients and advanced techniques, the latter include Hydreclat and Seconde Skin facials using hyuralonic acid. Among the massages, meanwhile, are the unique two-hour Romantic Connection using rose, jasmine and orange blossom oils to enhance physical, emotional and spiritual bonds. Again, Biologique Recherche treatments include skin lifts and seaweed-based therapies.
Then there are the fully bespoke treatments using natural ingredients from local growers and the resort’s own garden. They include One Thousand Roses (a nourishing bath of rose, honey and rose essential oil, followed by a full-body massage), The Mazagan Spa Orange Tree (a vitamin-infused bath of oranges and bath salts, followed by a pedicure spa), and the Aloe Vera Skin Remedy with its soothing aloe vera gel and cooling yoghurt to rehydrate sun-kissed skin.
For those who’ve been out on the greens, the 19th Hole Golf Massage was specially designed both to help you unwind and to help improve your swing for next time, thanks to a blend of sports massage and stretching techniques.
Other unique offerings include the Kundalini Back and Face Treatment, which uses ancient massage techniques to heal the chakras, Four-handed Massages during which two therapists work together to release your energy and rebalance your energy flow, and pre-natal Mother-to-Be massages.
There’s even a kids’ spa here, with treatments created both to help children relax and stimulate their sensory development. They include the soothing 30-minute Lullaby Massage to promote restful sleep, the Floating Feet Pedicure featuring a foot bath, a scrub, a massage and polish application, and the 100% natural Magical Fingers Manicure including a treatment with aloe vera, sea salt and honey.
To book your wellbeing holiday at the Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco, get in touch today.
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