Went here from the 13th to the 20th June with my friend. Arrived late at night to find no towels or toilet roll in our room. We went to reception and got toilet roll but the reception man was a little rude and said we would not get the towels till morning. My friend challenged him to which he said it was not his problem! We were a little worried but decided to give it till the next day before we judged. After 4 calls to reception the next morning we finally got the towels! Room was basic but comfortable and the TV has BBC1,2,and ITV! We were amazed there was no air conditioning and could not remember reading this on any of the reviews on here. However, it didn't really bother us and the rooms were not too hot although I don't know if this would change in the height of summer.
The weather, the first four days was very overcast although still warm but this of course is not in the hotels control!
The food, we found was ok. Omelette chef in the mornings who also did fried eggs and boiled eggs. There was also a pancake chef. the bread was very limited and consisted of only french bread but again, it was fine. We didn't tend to have lunch in the restaurant. We had a couple of lunchtime snacks and although limited, was edible. We found dinner fine. Always something to eat. We went to the Moroccan theme restaurant and the Chinese. Moroccan was best as Chinese was a bit plain and not a lot of it.
Pool areas were nice if a bit dated. Plenty of sun beds, parasols. The beach is nice and the walk down to the Marina along the promenade is very pleasant.
We were led to believe that you could only get wine in the restaurant but this isn't the case. All of the bars did wine. The bars are quiet limited in the alcoholic drinks but being a dry country, I would expect this really. We certainly found enough to drink to get tipsy on more than one occasion!
The staff were generally pleasant. Can't say anything about the entertainment as we didn't take part or watch any of the shows but that was our choice. We sat in the main lounge bar in the evenings and were treated very well by the bar staff there. My glasses of wine were half pints!
Chocolate the camel was the most well cared for, lovely looking camel I have ever seen. Clearly well used to being stroked by people.
All in all, I would say, you get what you pay for. You have to go to anywhere with an open mind as nowhere is like the UK! Morocco is a very poor country and that is obvious when you go outside the hotel. You can't expect to get 5 star luxury for £350 a week especially when all inclusive. To expect anything different is naive.
So if you want a relaxing holiday somewhere hot where you can have something to eat and a drink and where you just want to be comfortable, then do go here. If you want to be treated like royalty and fine dine, pay triple or more and go to Dubai!!
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