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Marrakech Nightlife


Bazaar Cafe
Marrakech is all about rooftop dining and drinking. Bazaar Cafe's rooftop is a relaxed and friendly option if you just want to kick back with a bottle of wine (or two) after a long day trudging through the souks. The wine menu here has plenty of European options as well as Morocco's own whites and reds and there's a small menu of tapas-style dishes.

Address: 24 Rue Sidi el-Yamani | Telephone: |

Lila Lounge
This thoroughly modern hotel lounge bar is a relaxed and chic choice for pre-dinner cocktails or wine. Great if you're looking for a quieter venue for the early evening. A clubbing vibe descends later on, when the DJ takes to the decks.

Address: Raddison Blu Hotel, Carr | Telephone: |

L'auberge Espagnole
This sports bar is a fun place for a few beers with friends. Come early to grab a table and feast on their extensive tapas menu. Stay late for a lively vibe when the music gets turned up and a party atmosphere descends. 

Address: Rue Moulay Ali | Telephone: |

Le Point
Laidback Le Point presses all the right buttons for a chilled out evening. There's a rather eclectic ambience; part tapas bar, part late night lounge and part sports bar (with football games played on the big screen) but that all adds to its easygoing charm. Slouching out, with a beer or cocktail, on a comfy sofa along the palm-studded terrace is the relaxing remedy after a day treading the dusty medina streets.

Address: 3 bis rue Abou Hayane Taouhidi 40000 Marrakesh | Telephone: +212 614-554254 |


One of the most happening bars in town, Kechmara attracts a large crowd of young people out for a fun night. By around 8pm, when the music gets set to loud, the downstairs bar can get incredibly smoky. Head there early and snag a seat on the upstairs roof terrace.

Address: Rue de La Liberte | Telephone: |

Part late night dining venue, part lounge, Epicurien's louche vibe evokes the speakeasy glamour of an earlier age. Come Wednesday to Sunday nights when the house band takes to the stage, drape yourself over one of the red sofas and watch Marrakech's see-and-be-seen crowd at play.

Address: Es Saadi Resort, Rue Ibrahim el-Mazini, Hivernage | Telephone: |

555 Famous Club
By far Marrakech's best club, 555 offers serious clubbers a line-up of both local and foreign DJs with sets blending RnB, House and Techno with a smattering of Euro-pop thrown in for good measure. Early arrivals often get free entry but the venue doesn't start to pump until around 1am.

Address: Hotel Ushuaia Clubbing, Blvd Mohammed VI | Telephone: |

Le 68 Bar a Vin
Small on size, big on atmosphere; this wine bar is a late night Gueliz hotspot with a large collection of both Moroccan and European wines to quaff. Arrive early to grab a table because it's standing room only as the evening goes on. Yes it can be a bit of a squeeze but the friendly vibe, with conversations often spilling over between tables, more than makes up for the lack of space.

Address: 68 Rue de la Liberte, Guéliz | Telephone: 0524 449742 |

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