Hilton opens third property in Morocco

Hilton Tangier Al Houara Resort & Spa beach front location reportedly includes Tangier’s ‘largest’ spa

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The Hilton Tangier Al Houara Resort & Spa is now open, making it Hilton’s third property in Morocco.

The 304-room Hilton Tangier Al Houara Resort & Spa, which includes 50 apartments, is located within a protected national park, offering direct access to five kilometres of beach.

According to a statement, the property’s 850m² eforea spa is the “largest” in Tangier and includes treatment rooms, a beauty salon, hairdresser, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and a 24/7 gym.

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The property also includes two golf courses alongside a golf academy, a kids club and two outdoor pools.

Additional features include 4500m² of flexible event space with capacity for up to 1400 guests, 15 flexible meeting rooms, and two pillar-less ballrooms, as well as an outdoor terrace. 

The property also includes five food and beverage outlets, L’Olivier, serves gourmet Mediterranean food, the Rose bar serves light bites and cocktails and poolside snacks are available at Tucano Day & Night Gastrobar. The Cig’Art lounge serves a range of premium drinks and the all-day buffet dining restaurant, Argan, serves international cuisine.  

Speaking about Hilton’s latest opening, Rudi Jagersbacher, president, Middle East, Africa, and Turkey, Hilton, said that in opening its third property in Morocco, the hotel group will continue to support the Moroccan government’s tourism ambition to make Morocco one of the top 20 tourist destinations in the world by 2020.

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