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The city’s great de­sign aes­thetic stretches to din­ing venues, too. A short list of chic hotspots in­cludes Le Jardin, a gar­den court­yard swathed in bot­tle-green mo­saic tiles (le­jardin­mar­rakech.com); the white­washed La Famille, which looks like it was air­lifted straight out of Ibiza; the airy rooftop at trendy No­mad (no­mad­mar­rakech.com); and the ve­randa of long-time lo­cal favourite Grand Café de la Poste. Of course, with its wow style and a splashy Euro crowd, nightlife is golden in Mar­rakech. Azar (azarmar­rakech.com), Le Palace and the Bill Willis-de­signed Dar Ya­cout (dary­a­cout.com) are the spots to be seen for glam­orous din­ners. Buzzy Comp­toir Darna (comp­toir­mar­rakech.com), Kech­mara (kech­mara.com) and Point­bar (point­bar mar­rakech.com) are all favoured wa­ter­ing holes. Fri­day evenings, there’s only one place to be: Bô Zin (bo-zin.com). Satur­days, it’s late-night danc­ing at Theatro (the­atro­mar­rakech.com) in a bl­iz­zard of con­fetti. For­tu­nately, you’ll be more con­cerned about your ex­cess bag­gage fees than a hang­over. E

ROOFTOP RO­MANCE: Ter­race din­ing at No­mad of­fers views of the sur­round­ing Med­ina

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