Travel & Leisure

L'Heure Bleue Palais

Nestled by the bulwarks of the Medina of the former Mogador, the former palace belonging to caïd Mbark Saïdi has become L'Heure Bleue Palais. A lovely and sophisticated hotel offering the exquisite refinement of a luxurious hotel as well as the warm welcoming of a guest house. This will certainly be a perfect place to stay, next time you spend a weekend by the Atlantic...

Accommodation :

Heure Bleue Palais was born from a dream : Giving Essaouira a prestigious hotel, worthy of its rich past, at the crossroads of the African, European and Arabic civilizations. It's now part of the Relais & Châteaux chain.
The hotel is a luxury Riad featuring 33 rooms and suites, overlooking a green patio.

15 standard rooms (27 m²) on the first floor
18 suites (Family and Premium suites)
9 suites on the second and third floors featuring 6 African suites, 6 Oriental suites, 2 Portuguese suites and 4 English suites.

Restaurants :

The Moroccan Chef Ahmed Handour is a genuine expert. The menu offers a large choice of fish dishes prepared in various ways. You can also enjoy traditional Moroccan cuisine at L'Oriental with its festival of flavors: chicken and fish tajines... And delicious desserts...
The "Kemia" allows you to savor Moroccan Tapas and a large range of cocktails.
If you want to enjoy a panoramic view, go to "Le Grill de la Terrasse" with its creative cuisine around fish dishes.

Spa :

More like an Oriental Hammam than a Spa, inspired by an "Ethnic Chic" concept and offering an unforgettable experience and a feeling of complete physical and mental wellness. A quiet and cosy place where everyone can relax with 100% natural treatments adapted to everyone's needs. Energy massages with Argan oil, facials for a fresh and radiant look or oriental pedicure and manicure.

Activities :

Heated swimming-pool
Sight seeing (city, souks...)
Beaches and sports
Two Golf-courses of 18 holes Par 72 designed by Gary Player
Mai 2017
By La rédaction
L'Heure Bleue Palais
2 Ibn Batouta-Essaouira
Phone: (00212) 524 78 34 34
Fax: (00212) 524 47 42 22