My husband and I went to stay at the Thalassa Spa for a week from the 25th of March 2013. The arrival area was impressive and you were immediately swept into the cool reception area and served with Moroccan tea, pastries and bottles of water with hot towels to, perfect after a long journey from Gatwick. There was an air of relaxed elegance and a definite feeling of a luxurey 5* hotel. Our room was beautiful with a large very comfortable bed, lovely modern bathroom facilities, great view of the swimming pool and sea, comfortable balcony area with day bed/sofa to lounge on and more or less everything you would need in a room for a comfy stay. The only problem was trying to get out of bed in the morning as the curtains were very effective at keeping the light out. The pool area was spotless as were any of the communal areas I witnessed at the hotel, the staff were polite and very friendly and nothing was too much trouble for them. Around the pool we were very spoilt with being greeted in the morning and escorted to a lovely sunbed with fresh towels laid out for us and canopies to keep us from the sun if we needed. We were then asked what else we needed in the way of refreshments etc. even a table would be brought over to have your food on so you didn't need to move a muscle if you didnt want to. We liked getting a taxi into the Marina area at night and found a nice restaurant called the madrague which did great seafood and also a variety of other things like burgers, steak, chicken and pastas etc. We also ate at the Market in the hotel which was very nice buffet style and friendly chefs to allow you have whatever you wanted. I thought I was in paradise every morning when I woke up in a dark room, pulled back the curtains to see an immaculate garden and pool area, beautiful blue sky, crashing waves and soft breeze with birdsong in the distance. It was the epitomy of what I would describe as the perfect relaxing holiday with pure luxury as well. How often can you say that? I have to mention Yassim at the pool for his amazing knowledge about almost every subject and his unfailing courtesy every moment of our holiday. Also Marouane who worked at the Atlantique restaurant and was charming and funny and always had something interesting to talk about. We were made to feel special by everybody there which is very rare these days in such a huge travel industry. I will definitely return there again as I felt like it was a little haven, a gem in the Atlantic, with the warmth of the Moroccan people who we have found to be so welcoming to us in their country.