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Two doors down from Stohrer, the oldest pastry shop in Paris, you’ll find a different kind of sweet spot. The kind perfect for pampering yourself after a long flight or hours of walking around the city.
Stepping into this Parisian spa and hammam, you’re instantly transported to North Africa. Tucked in a courtyard behind the large wooden doors of N° 55 Rue Montorgueil, this clandestine oasis of well-being was once used exclusively by Moroccan royalty and remained a well-kept secret for years. But the secret’s starting to get out now—it’s hard to keep such a great place under wraps for long, especially in Paris.
After sipping on a mint tea, you’ll enjoy your steam bath, massage, wrap, or scrub, relaxing you to the point that you might forget you’re in Paris. The female-only équipe takes great care of you, and their products are all natural, produced locally, and smell good enough to eat. Yes, I tasted my mask and can attest to this!
Along with your treatment, they also provide you with a robe, sarong, sandals, towel, and toiletries, so you don’t have to worry about bringing anything with you.
You will need a reservation, however, so call ahead! Then, all you’ll have to do is show up and relax!