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Everytime I go on the net reading about Casablanca I get the same response. Nightlife in Casablanca sucks. Well guess what people? You couldn't be more wrong!
Nightlife exists, in fact nightlife in Casablanca is probably more wild than it will ever be in your hometown.
The thing about the nightlife there is just that is is a little hard finding it if your a tourist like my self. I go to Morocco 2 times a year and it was not until the summer of 09 I found everything.
I was amazed, quite frankly I have never seen anything like that in my hometown (Stockholm). However the rage doesn't start until late so don't be there before midnight!
And make sure you bring your wallet, it gets rather expensive unless you guys are women! :P
If you have any questions feel free to ask :)
check this site about nightlife at Casa to see what you can do!
Dress Code: Dress to Impress, and at night time you can show how much flesh you want as long as you are taking a taxi all the way home :P
Written Feb 7, 2010
It is modelled on the place owned by Bogart's character in the Casablanca movie.
Met VTers Ayuri & Hiro here for a few drinks.
Nice place - and there are not many bars in Casabanca which can claim that distinction. You can eat or drink, or both.
As with the rest of the country, booze ain't cheap!
Good pianist...friendly staff.
Dress Code: Didn't arise. They do have people on the door, so I guess you could be rejected. I didn't have a jacket or tie on, but did look presentable (I think, anyway).
You could phone and ask!
Updated Dec 31, 2009
Address: 248 Bd Sour Jdid, Ancienne medina
Phone: +212 522 27 42 07
Casablanca is full of discos, most of them are hotel's nightclubs, I had the best time in Cabarets, where you can drink beer, listen to Moroccan music and, sometime watch some belly dance performances.
Dress Code: I must say that Morocco is one of the places where people are more formal in dressing, you see really many elegant epople in the cabarets, bars or elsewhere, anyway, even if I was absolutely casual, I had never have trouble in entering any place.
Updated Jan 2, 2008
Morocco and Casablanca were rather not my favourite places for nighlife. I meant pubs, dancing, meeting friends etc.
So my nightlife in Casablanca was in my room in Hotel Touring with my wife, travel books, maps and view from the balcony to a busy street life :-))).
I found a few ugly and rather horrible bars (closed 9 or 10 pm) in the center/downtown of the city - and this was world of men.
Later night clubs which seemed more like places to meet a prostitute (rather unsexy :-) than a friend.
In some (more expensive) hotels like Casablanca Hyatt Regency you can surely find some western style nightlife, I am sure. But better to have good credit/debit cards there :-).
Dress Code: A pyjama, shorts or even nothing :-). Is there any other similar nightlife spot?
Updated Sep 22, 2006
Address: Rue Allal ben Abdallah
Phone: +212 31 00 10
Yes ... I was in Casablanca, But it didnt meet the expectations as i heard. Nightlife is very bad, eccept the trip with my girl friend, she is the lovely friend, I didnt like anything there just my Moroccan girl "KH" I spent the 24/24 with her, I didnt see anything else. I liked this so much. especially the " Crazy Poet ". I like to visit Casa again just to see my charmed girl KH.
Dress Code: Normal dress, Tshirt in summer, you can dress whatever you like. Jeans prefered.
Written Sep 1, 2006
Address: Ein Diab
Many night cafes are open till late in casablanca. this maybe makes the perfect place to drink tea during the night. many of this cafes also serve XIXA or the flavoured tobaco in those big water pipes.
Written Sep 17, 2004
There is sheer nightlife in resort region of Casablanca ( please forgive me - don`t remember the name , it was so long ago ). If you don`t live by nightlife here , you don`t live at all. Only nightlife , not any other !
Written Aug 13, 2004
There was one particular nightclub that I passed by in the taxi, but there was no way I was going to get into that place. The setup was very chic and not really my kind of venue. I am more about people content rather than appearance content. It was one of those kind of joints. I did make it inside of a 'nightclub' where there were belly dancers and that heavy 'North African' sound. It was pretty local, but that's what was so appealing about the place. That and the fact that I saw no other Americans there.
Dress Code: No jeans, no sneakers.
Updated Nov 24, 2003
Address: Along the beach, south of the city center
La Bodega is great to eat (upstairs) or dance and drink in the basement or cellar. It is always packed, so be ready to wait. The place can be very entertaining with bartenders eating fire and random girls dancing on the bar. Upstairs, there are always bullfights playing on the TV and tables full of people eating, drinking and celebrating.
Dress Code: Casual to nice
Written Nov 11, 2003
Address: Rue Mohammed 5
Great place to sit at the bar or eat dinner. The atmosphere is a mix of asian and arab with nice red carpets, tons of candles and a dark ambience.
I spent many a Sat. evening just drinking and people watching at the bar.
Dress Code: anything goes, but definitely a place to dress up if you want...
Written Nov 11, 2003
Address: 7 Rue Najib Mahfoud, Gauthier, Casablanca
Phone: Tel: 022 20 47 47
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