Out of the three hotels we stayd at while we were in Marocco, this was my favourite one. The best thing about it are its common areas. There are only a couple of rooms so they are not busy and we found to prefer to spend our time in the hotel there to our rooms. There are decorative pillows, handcarved tables, glass lamps everywhere. I really enjoyed it. Also, there is a terrase on the roof along with some patteo furniture and a hot tub, unfortunetly we did not get to use it as it was still quite cold while we were there but I imagine it must be divine just to relax there and perhaps read a book.
The staff were all extremly helpfull, espetially a handsome young man who served us breakfast every morning. He seemed genuinely interested when he asked us what we did all day or what our plans were. Also both managers (I think it is a family business) were nice.
Breakfast was great, fresh fruit, freshly squezed juice, bread and some marmalades. Me and my boyfriend are both carnivores but we came to realize that it is not usuall to serve ham/sausage for breakfast in Marocco.
The rooms vere also beautifully decorated but a tad small. it was also quite unusuall that the bathroom did not have a full door - only a curtian or shutters.
The biggest problem I had was the noise in the morning. At 7 am, I was awoken by a horrible noise, sounded like grinding of metal as the gates to hell open. I fell asleep again, but in 2 minutes I heard it again. After about 20 minutes of desperately trying to go back to sleep I finally went out to investigate what was the source of this noise. Turns out our wall was on the other side od the evelator which the staff used to send food from the kitchen into the dining room. The elevator had these metal doors and they always had to slide it to open it. As this went on the whole morning, we asked for another room. The management was very understandable and gave us another one - I imagine people complain about this all the time so they were not surprised when we did.
The last thing I want to mention is the hotel location. It lies in the centreof the old part of the city. It is a great starting point for exploring the market, which is only 2 minutes walking from it. But it is IMPOSSIBLE to find. We were offered to pay for - I think - 16euro for the transfer from the bus station to the hotel. They put us in a van and drove us as close as they could, but you need to walk for the rest of the way. The driver escorted us there. Quite frankly, it was the best way to spend 16 euro. Really, the streets are a maze, half of them are not on google maps so your iphone won´t hepl you.
Another option is to take a petit taxi which ARE SO CHEAP! You ride for 10 minutes and pay 10 dirham=1euro! and then ask someone to show you where the hotel is, Moroccians are willing to do pretty much anything for a little bakschis, I guess 20 dirham would be enough for someone to show you where it is.
Overall, my experience with this hotel was very pleasant, If I ever go back to marocco I will definitely stay here and I can recommend it to you.