Riad Irene

36, rue kaa akhlige Sidi Ben Slimane, Marrakech, 40 000, Morocco
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Bas/clubs for women?

by Unique82


Me and another female friend are visting in Jan, does any more know of any bars and clubs we can vist for drinks without being hassled, and has anyone been to Pascha?

Re: Bas/clubs for women?

by angiebabe

Hi there are a few bars and nightclubs - they werent particularly a hangout of ours though - but I would say that I would say that the Sheratons bar would be one Id recoommend - bear in mind that many bars and clubs are where moroccan (and foreign men as usual too I guess) go to pick up prostitutes - many of the women sitting around in them are prostitutes but it doenst mean that by you being there that you are one of them so dont worry but bear in mind the locals/particularly upper class locals objectives in their minds for themselves being there.

Hotel Pascha was also a place that Moroccans can discreetly go enjoy a beer with a group of their friends. havent checked out their club though.

but once arriving in Marrakech wont be a problem finding the places to go check out for yourselves. Also, the nightclubs there have heftiesh entry charges as well - probably why we didnt go!
and also Hotel Mamounia is a great place for having a drink - especially during the day - not comparably expensive with our nice bars in the west - check out the lovely deco interiors and enjoy the location for a very upmarket but relaxing drink!

Re: Bas/clubs for women?

by salki


There are many different Bars in Agadir city , they city is Safer and there are friendly people and more security .coz its more tourist city .
if you need to know more visit my website www.agadir-travelguide.com

Re: Bas/clubs for women?

by Unique82

im not visting there, its Marrakech im going too....

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Spent a afternoon and evening...

by Mirellaboer

Spent a afternoon and evening at the Djemaa El-Fna square! It's a famous square and a lot of tourists are there, but it's also a square where a lot of local people go to in the evening. There's a lot of entertainment, acrobats (around 4pm), futurepredicters, medicine men, Henna-women, story tellers and a lot of food and orangejuice stalls. My favorite was an old storyteller, I didn't understand a word he say, because he spook in arabic, but the way he was telling and people were listening it was nice to see!

Transportable Carpets

by keeweechic about Carpets

Should you decide to buy, they will package the rug up into such a small square, it is amazing but easier for transporting back home. Of course the size doesn’t not equate to the weight which of course is still the same.

The special world!

by khalid_2 about Bo&Zin

Along the new Ourika road, stand the ochre red walls of bô&zin. You enter a special world where every detail has been carefully designed for your well being.
The charm of the place has an immediate effect and carries you away from home, it’s an invitation to dream, a mixture of Zen spirit, elegance and simplicity. At any time, you can enjoy a refined international cuisine or join your friends for original cocktails with delicious tapas.
After sunset, the natural lighting of candles and braziers perfectly combines with high tech. setting. On top of that, an exceptional music performed by a careful DJ which creates the indispensable magic the bô & zin needs to be a party place where time doesn’t count.

Watch mosaic makers in action

by sunlovey

Each day as we made our way to Djemma el Fna I snuck a peek through a little archway on our way to admire a beautiful mosaic fountain, I could tell there were other mosaic pieces "back there" and I longed to go in and look around. One day I finally did.

The people within were very kind and did not mind if I watched them chisel away at glazed tiles, cutting out tiny stars and such to create beautiful mosaic fountains, tables etc. One of the mosaic makers within seconds chiseled out a tiny red heart for me to keep.

They also had fragments of old tiles that appeared to be chipped away from walls and structures, perhaps places that no longer existed. I asked if I could purchase a couple and they said sure.

They had a cute little King Charles Spaniel named Linda that I spent a few moments petting. It was one of those strange little moments in your travels that gave me a taste of what everyday life is like in Marrakesh away from the masses, crafting small pieces of Morocco's beauty.

The Royal Tombs

by keeweechic

In the Central Hall of the complex are the ivory coloured tombs of Ahmed el Mansour (the Golden) along with his successors. The tombs are inscribed with arabesques and inscriptions from the Koran. There are 3 niches which hold the tombs of princes. The tombs are of the Royal family which date back to the 16th century.


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