Opening in 1984, the Morocco Pavilion is an intricately themed area featuring shops, restaurants and entertainment. As is typical of Moroccan cities, the pavilion is divided into two sections, the Ville Nouvelle (new city) and the Medina (old city).
The large tower (the Koutoubia Minaret) is a replica of the Koutoubia Mosque in the city of Marrakesh and inside, guests can find The Tangierine Cafe quick service restaurant. Shopping in the area also includes Casablanca Carpets, Tangier Traders, The Brass Bazaar, Medina Arts, and Souk-Al-Magreb. At the back of the pavilion, guests can dine at Restaurant Marrakesh where they’ll enjoy table service dining with authentic belly dancing.
The belly dancing continues along the waterfront as a show component for Mo’ Rockin. If you’re interested in art, “The Art of Personal Adornment” exhibit offers museum caliber exhibits that showcase clothing, jewelry and body adornment of the Moroccan culture.