Morocco Travel QuestionsCategory: MoroccoHow much does a hammam cost in Morocco?
Sophia asked 2 months ago


I'm planning a trip to Morocco and considering visiting a hammam. Can anyone tell me how much a hammam costs in Morocco? I've heard that prices can vary depending on the location and type of hammam. Would anyone also have recommendations for good hammams to visit? I'd like to have an authentic experience but also not pay too much. Any advice and suggestions would be greatly appreciated!



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khalid Staff answered 2 months ago

How much does a hammam cost in Morocco?

Hey Sophia,

Thanks for reaching out about your upcoming trip to Morocco! Exciting stuff.

Ah, hammams – they're an absolute treat, aren't they? The cost can indeed vary quite a bit depending on where you go and what kind of experience you're after. Generally speaking, you'll find a range of prices to fit different budgets, from the more upscale spas to the local neighborhood hammams that offer a more authentic vibe.

For a basic hammam experience, you might be looking at around 100 to 200 Moroccan dirhams (roughly $10 to $20 USD), but keep in mind that this can fluctuate based on factors like location and amenities. Some places might include extras like massages or additional treatments, which could bump up the price a bit.

If you're in Marrakech, you might want to check out the historic Le Bain Bleu or the luxurious La Mamounia hammam – both offer top-notch experiences that blend tradition with modern comfort. In Fez, you can't go wrong with the famous Hammam Mouassine, known for its stunning architecture and authentic atmosphere.

But if you're keen on keeping things more low-key and budget-friendly, don't worry – there are plenty of smaller, local hammams that can give you a truly authentic experience in medina without breaking the bank. Just keep an eye out for places frequented by the locals, and you're sure to stumble upon something special.

Ultimately, it's all about finding the right balance between authenticity and affordability. Trust your gut, do a bit of research, and don't be afraid to ask around for recommendations once you're on the ground – you never know what hidden gems you might uncover!

Hope this helps, and wishing you an unforgettable hammam experience in Morocco!

Warm regards,