Dar Moulay Ali

6, Derb El Ouartani, Mouassine -Médina, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco
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Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by meissoun

So, I am in my late thirties and like to go out an dance.

What place would you recommend to me in Marrakech?
Some disco / club that has guests over 30, please.

Preferably something with mixed music, I get really bored after 10 min. of house music....

What about the famous Pacha club?

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by angiebabe

There are several well known nightclubs in Marrakech. No trouble finding out where they are when you are there and how they are.

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by windcity

I am told by my American friend who has lived in Marrakech for 27 years that some of the larger hotels have disco's with a good mix of music. Beware you will find a lot of women looking for business.
Have fun !

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by angiebabe

Hi, yes I was thinking to add that but decided to leave it - but yes there a lot of prostitutes in Marrakech - at the high class bars and clubs included. and have been for many years.
You also want to not be easy pickings for those on the prowl. Amazingly perceptive and charming men in those parts.

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by meissoun

Well, I am a woman myself, so I guess the prostitutes will not be interested in me... :-)

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by windcity

Then I would not feel very comfortable on my own, Lone ladies in night clubs are viewed as prostitutes, sad but true. Nice Moroccan girls do not go to such places.

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by meissoun

Well, I am clearly European - and therefore considered to be "easy" in most parts of the world anyway! *LOL* (until men find out that we are also picky)

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by meissoun

Anyway, suppose I ignore the prostitutes:

What are the good places to go out and party if you are over 29?

Re: Marrakech nightlife for over 30 year old pary people?

by whitewing30

Hi Meissoun
Marrakesh have the best places to go out in hole Morocco,there is many good known
pubs they play mix music like: AFRICANCHIK,MONTICRISTO,LA CASA,and the best is TAJMAHAL and disco:PACHA and THIATRO they play only house music but they are
still very good,but you as u said u like mix music so for you gonna be better:PARADISE,
NEWFEELING,VIP,DIAMON-NOIRE......
I forget to introduce my self I am guy who is living in Marrakesh I am 29 years old
if you like you can send me e-mail so i can help about all this things and you
will spend a very nice vacation.So hope to hear from you soon!
achikoun27@hotmail.com

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Storks

by keeweechic

In Moroccan culture, Storks are considered a sign of good luck and you will see quite a number atop trees and old buildings. You can see quite a few of them at the old Badi Palace and nesting on the old city walls.

Orange juice in Jamaa Al-Fna

by johnsakura about Food and Drink

On hte main squre you have at least 40 street karts selling and making orange juice. orange juice fresh one. you can ask for no ice and on the hour for the real fresh one. they can have some orange juice already made, fresh anyway, but the real thing is the real thing. very cheap: one big glass costs 1.5 dirham.
you can get a 1.5litre bottle for 10 dirhams 1 euro

Lavish, yet a bit touristy, still worth a visit!

by sunlovey about Le Marrakeshi

Le Marrakeshi exists up a flight of stairs just off Djemme el Fna. A flight of candlelit stairs that is... leading up to a plush velvet and rose petal-strewn foyer of intricate mosaic detail at which you'll ask for a table. Most likely, you'll be told to leave your name and come back as this place is quite busy.

The service is fair enough. The views are quite good (of the square below) but the decor is what impresses you the most. While it felt a bit touristy, it was certainly romantic. And thank GOD (I know, I'm terrible) they serve wine here, as after a few days we NEEDED it. The music played is traditional Moroccan, but at some point in the evening it gets EXTREMELY LOUD and out comes a trio of belly dancers, and at this point all the males in the room begin to salivate. They put on a brief but good show and then the music volume returns to normal and you go on eating your traditional Moroccan fare... We ordered a starter of their traditional Moroccan salads which I enjoyed thoroughly! Seven small dishes of delectably seasoned lentils, tomatoes, potatoes, chick peas, eggplant, carrots, cucumbers, i can't even remember the rest. All delicious with their warm round loaf of bread.

For entrees...

Couscous avec poulet
Tangine avec poulet
both served with vegetables

Price per person includes wine.

(I have to add here that MOST restaurants serve couscous and tangines for the most part, all are good and varied, but after a while you have to seek out something different).

Ali ben Youssef Medersa

by barryg23

When we visited the medersas in Fes and Meknes we were the only visitors, which allowed us to appreciate the quietness of these schools of learning. The Ali ben Youssef medersa in Marrakech is, in contrast, very much on the tourist trail and it was a little disappointing in that respect. Despite the crowds, it was well worth visiting. One of the reasons for the large number of visitors is that this medersa is among the largest n North Africa. Also, it is slightly different in design to other medersas in Morocco, with some rooms facing on to numerous smaller courtyard rather than on to the main courtyard.

The City Walls

by keeweechic

The old city walls run for 19kms around the city and parts of the wall date back to the 12th century. There are some 200 Borjs or towers which break the line of the 2 metre thick wall, and 9 gates – the most famous being Bab Agnaou.

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