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Popped into the Parador for a drink on the terrace and wish we hadn’t bothered. We sat on the terrace and waited for ages to be served and when none came went over to ask and our order was taken. After waiting again and still...More
Stopped here for coffee and breakfast. Its only saving grace was the view. There were people next to us and behind us. The waiters (2 of them) brought them drinks and the bill all while we were sitting there looking perfectly pleasant. No one came...More
We love a drink and finding it was a challenge in Morocco. So after exploring the Medina and souks, we felt like refreshments before thinking about dinner. Very easy to be pointed in the right direction for a beer, woe is me, would so have...More
I had a Heineken and Tea at the bar and wandered out to the patio/pool area with my hot tea - it was 42 F and rainy. Still is a great view for relaxing poolside. Looked very clean water but didn't feel the temp. Did...More
We ended up at Parador Bar because it's the only place in town where you can get a beer or a cocktail. No wine though, wine is only available if you order dinner, so if you want a drink this is the place. Awful service,...More
So. We wanted to go swimming here and drink at the pool. We waited for eons at the reception (bizarre airport style security going on) and eventually were told its 100 dh to use the pool. We decided to sit outside and drink instead as...More
This place was an epic spot to park up with some beers, enjoy the sunset and take a dip in the pool. We weren't staying here but we were welcome to use the facilities and enjoy a few drinks in the sun.
This hotel is one of the only spots in Chefchaouen where you can enjoy some drinks and Western food. There is a very limited selection of drinks (no cocktails) but it's still better than nothing, especially when you're craving a nice glass of wine or...More
As someone already wrote, this is the only place that serves alcohol. They were very welcoming and I was able to take photos of the hotel and grounds but not of any Moroccans unless you ask. We ordered two cold and thirst quenching Casablance beers...More