Stayed here for 2 nights as part of a deal with sister hotel, Kasbah Bab Ourika and received one night free, which made it very economical. Originally an Englishman's house, this feels as if it hasn't moved on. Furnishings are simple but pleasant. The courtyard pool and shady sitting areas on the ground floor are relaxing and very welcome after a hot day in the market. The breakfasts are good; the lunch less so; we went to the riad next door for lunch and it was very good. We stayed in August when the weather was very hot and the lack of functioning aircon or fans made the nights a bit unbearable, but the staff bought floor fans when asked. The roof terrace was a little more airy and a good place to chill in the morning or evening. The bathrooms were basic and slightly smelly from the drains, but certainly nothing that should deter the average traveller. The staff were very attentive and tried hard to be helpful. All in all, it was a good introduction to Marrakech but I would not stay here again.