You will only end up here for food if you are brought by a tout or travel guide. This happened to us and it was rather terrifying as we were led away from the 'full' restaurant we had wanted to go to and promised 'beer' instead. The front of the hotel looks dimly lit and grotty but we entered through a side door to the faded grandeur of a huge restaurant all in white with cosy corner sofas. There weren't many people there, mainly bewildered tourists like ourselves wondering why they were there. Entertainment was two blokes making a racket with fez's on and was a woman dancing with a teapot on her head so we decided to cut our losses and stay. Make sure you ask for the food menu before you order anything. We were offered one at 180 and one at 250 but they are cagey about showing you prices. Food was actually quite nice although we got cold mashed potato as one of the tapas dishes in the Moroccan salad. Tagine meat lovely and pastillas great but no couscous. Be careful when settling up as they seem to magic an inflated price out of thin air, slapping on 30 per cent service and doubling price of beer. Told him we didn't have that much money and offered correct price (with small tip as service was slow) which he seemed happy with. Left quickly. Was a funny experience but would not return.
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Hotel Marrakech