Morocco Mall (Angle Boulevard de la Corniche / Boulevard de L’Ocean Ain Diab, Casablanca) – for locals tired of the old school markets (souks) and want a taste of a modern western-style shopping center, this is a welcome break. Inaugurated in 2011 by the Moroccan royal family and even a performance by Jennifer Lopez, this […]
Menara Mall (Bd. Mohamed VI, Marrakech) – this recently-opened mall has a more modest number of (mostly) regional retailers. Many shoppers (both local and expats) are still attracted to its amenities (from its food court, to a supermarket, and game areas for school children).
Megamall (Route de Zaer, Rabat) – this is a western-style shopping center (similar to Morocco Mall in Casablanca), complete with a variety of regional and international retailers. It also has a food court, as well as other mall amenities such as an ice-skating rink, a bowling alley, and a children’s play area.
Place des Ferblantiers (Mellah, Marrakech) – this is a shopping center geared toward tourists who are looking for various Moroccan souvenirs – from traditional hand-crafted lanterns to silverware to fabrics.
Anfaplace Shopping Center (Bd. de la Corniche Ain Diab, Casablanca) — located on the seaside of Casablanca, this urban shopping center is built over 3 floors, suggesting over 80 regional & international brands of fashion, leisure, catering and services, some of which are set for the first time in Morocco. The major brands found there […]
Almazar Centre Commercial (Route de l’Ourika, Marrakech) – this a smaller shopping center with some regional and international retailers (like Adidas, Benetton, Virgin Megastore, and Yves Rocher). Like other malls, this one has a supermarket (Carrefour), a food court with various international eateries (like Domino’s and Pizza Hut), as well as a multiplex theater and […]