The hammam is an important part of Moroccan culture and life. Men, women, and children visit their local Hammam at least once per week, spending 1-2 hours there catching up on gossip with their friends, and follow the long rituals for cleansing their bodies until their skin glows. The roots of Moroccan culture are still very evident everywhere you go, with many women covering their bodies, sometimes still from top to toe, when out in public. Visiting a Hammam can be a real eye-opener for the more reserved Westerner.
Men and women bathe separately, of course. Enjoy a body scrub, experience the traditional black soap, and relax with a coffee or tea as you take part in this centuries-old Moroccan tradition. Hammams used to be the only place people could bathe and scrub. The private Hammam you’ll visit on this 1-hour experience is an authentic Hammam located in the heart of London.