It's not great, but it's by no means as bad as other reviwers make out. Anyone who pays any attention to a four star rating in Morocco has obviously not bothered to do any research! Our room was quiet, you could hear the pool-side entertainment but any music had stopped well before eleven. The room had seen better days; there was an electrical socket hanging off the wall which no doubt some reviewers would not tolerate. However the beds were comfortable and the bathroom was fine with plenty of hot water. The food was decent enough, there was plenty of choice - I could easily fill two large plates with healthy and tasty food each dinner. There was a theoretic theme each night, but many of the dishes were repeated two or three times during the week we stayed. The Moroccan food was (not surprisingly) the best, lemon-infused lamb, roast aubergene, chick-pea and bean based concoctions. Great salads too and a fish dish each night. The desserts were a bit of a let down - on the second night we were treated to chocolate tart, nutty merangue and almond cake. If they'd served one of those each night Ì'd have been happy, unfortunately most nights it was basic boring sponges and biscuits. The staff in the hotel were super friendly and made a fuss of our daughter. The organised trips cost a bit more than I'd have liked to pay, but really added to our experience. We went camel riding - I thought it would last for half an hour but it was nearer three hours in total. Lukily there was a break part way through for a traditional mint tea and crepe. We were tired but exhilerated at the end of the trip. The second trip was to an amazing waterfall - we had an hour-long guided walk and short trip on a raft up to the plunge pool, followed by a leisurely and well-earned lunch. This is the first time I've been on a package holiday as an adult - having a toddler means I've compromised on some of my 'traveller not tourist' ideals. We paid 400 euros each for half board and return flight from Lille and I consider it excellent value for money. We're already thinking about our next trip to Morocco.