The hammams of the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca opened in May this year, after redevelopment, renovation and rehabilitation works, launched in November 2017.
The women’s steam rooms and steam baths are located below the esplanade of the Hassan II Mosque and occupy an area of 3000 m² each, which represents an area of 6000 m² in total.
Regarding prices, the prices for access to new hammams vary between 90 and 450 dirhams, with several services such as massage and exfoliation with Ghassoul or Argan oil.
The Hassan II Mosque Foundation has set a price of 40 dirhams for children between 3 and 10 years old and 50 dirhams for adults.
Note that the secretary general of the Foundation, Mohamed Barkaoui said that the hammams of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca are a hymn to the beauty of architecture and lifestyle Moroccan. Refinement of the materials, elegance of the forms, fragrances of the perfumes, intensity of the colors. ”Everything invites in these places to relaxation and serenity. Once past the monumental gateways, the visitor is immersed in an experience that encourages the healing of body and mind,” he said.
According to Barkaoui, the exceptional quality of the finishing and decoration materials entrusted to the Moroccan master craftsmen, as well as the specialized technologies and energy optimization means implemented for its renovation make it without a doubt one of the most prestigious and the most eco-responsible of this type.