The Musee de l’art de vivre brings alive some of the social history of Morocco, at the time of writing a fantastic selections of Kaftans is on display with explanations placing them in their historical and cultural context and showing how they are made.

There is also a super little cafe, very pleasant for afternoon tea with small moroccan cakes.

This small private museum is located of the main Dior Sabonne street near to the Chrob Chauf fountain, just two minutes walk from Riad Cinnamon. There are excellent signs marking the way through the surrounding streeets.

The most fashionable bar in Marrakech in the Spring of 2012 is the aptly names Djellabar  (a pun on the traditional moroccan djellaba robes worn to keep the locals warm in winter and cool in summer). Located in the Hivernage district on the Rue Abou Hanifa the premises have been cleverly converted from an ornate 1940′s wedding hall.  You will love the cheeky celebrity portraits complete with Fez hats!

The owner Claude Challe is often to be seen front of house bringing his own style of hospitality.  There is usually a live DJ and music includes compilations from Challe’s own Budha Bar label.

The food is fantastic, a fusion of Moroccan and asian cuisine but this is a night venue, early and mid evening diners will sometimes find it very quiet. A ‘Marock ‘n roll’ night at  djellabar is a great Marrakech experience.  Stay in our Marrakech Riads and our staff will be pleased to help you reserve a table.

“Brazil, Morocco,  London to Ibiza,  Straight to LA, New York,  Vegas to Africa” from the lyrics of Jennifer Lopez worldwide hit “on the floor” which is currently topping the charts across Europe and North Africa.

Marrakech is one of hottest destinations in Morocco and in Africa. Get involved, check out our boutique Riad hotels in the fashionable old town Medina.