This is a budget place to stay, very well located opposite the 'Palmerie' and on the main road that leads to the medina. The hotel itself is pretty inside due to the colourful tiling along the floors and walls. We were given a 'family room' accomodating four. It had a double and two single beds in a teeny weeny room with no external windows - just windows looking into the hotel corridor. Two of the beds were perfectly comfortable, but one of the single beds had such a thin mattress that the metal frame of the bed could be felt through it - and even our 10 year old had difficulty sleeping in it. The tiniest of bathrooms (with a shower outlet next to the loo and no cubicle) was on its last legs - I think they were about to do some work on it. The water was luke warm only. The breakfast was simple (bread, jam & coffee) and did the job. The two women in charge of cleaning the rooms and serving the breakfast were very sweet and friendly. The guys working at the (very smokey) reception gave advice when asked. Overall I thought that the hotel had a lethargic and slightly depressed atmosphere, and didn't fulfill its potential to be more charming. This is a 'backpacker' hotel, so you get what you pay for I suppose - but I think there are plenty of other places in the same price bracket and it would be worth checking out the alternatives. I think this is an average place to stay relative to the budget hotel bracket.