The Vichy Célestins Spa Hôtel has a new, ultra-modern holistic wellness centre situated on 500 ha of land, offering superior care and pioneering technology in line with the five principles of Vichy: thalasso, weight loss, beauty, lifestyle and sport..
Spa & Wellness in Vichy Célestins Spa Hotel
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- Stay in the selected room type
- Daily extensive breakfast buffet
- Unlimited access to the Spa and fitness
- Daily access to complimentary group classes (yoga and meditation)
Before you go
- Flights to: Casablanca (CMN) or Rabat (RBA)
- Transfer time from airport: Casablanca - 60 minutes, Rabat - 50 minutes
- Check-in time: 3pm / Check-out time: 12pm
- Parking: Free of charge
- Swimwear: swimwear is obligatory in the swimming pool and sauna's.
- There are 2 heated indoor and 2 outdoor pools
- Children are welcome
- Internet: free
- Bathrobe/slippers in the room: yes
There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
Passport and Visa
As a tourist with Dutch and Belgian nationality, you can stay in Morocco for up to three months (90 days) without having to apply for a visa. If you want to stay in Morocco for longer than three months, it is advisable to contact the embassy of Morocco in The Hague. Although tourists do not need a visa for Morocco, you must be able to present a number of documents, such as proof of a return flight (or a flight to the next destination) and a valid passport.
If you do not have the Dutch nationality or do not live in the Netherlands, you must also contact the relevant embassy or consulate to check which travel documents you require. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have and take valid travel documents.
Health Information for Travellers
Vaccinations for Morocco are not obligatory but vaccinations for DTP and Hepatitis A are recommended. For more information, please consult your GP (doctor) or a health travel clinic at least six weeks before you go. Note: the recommendations here are of a general nature. The travel destination, length of stay, type of trip, health / condition and age of the traveler determine which eventual requirements. (anti-malaria) measures and which vaccinations are needed. You must be personally advised about the measures that are important to you.
If you are taking medication, ask your doctor for a recipe written in English or Latin. We advise you to always take your medicines and prescriptions with you in your hand luggage.