Best Places for Drinks in Marrakech
The following restaurants have nice areas for cocktails either before or after dinner:
Le Comptoir (After dinner is the time to come.)
Grand Café de la Poste (Its upstairs lounge and outdoor terrace are great spots for cocktails before or after dinner. Good jazz in evenings.)
La Mamounia (The central bar has already become a see-and-be-seen spot for drinks.)
Terrasse des Epices (Particularly pretty at sunset.)
Even if you are not staying at the most expensive hotel in Marrakech, it is worth coming by for a drink (yes the price will be high) to ogle the incredible craftsmanship on display. The King of Morocco spent a fortune and artists spent years toiling to create an extravagant testament to handmade beauty. The retractable ceiling that reveals the stars at night; the etched silverwork; the hand-tooled leather with silver embroidery will dazzle you.
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