We came to be at Dar Anebar, since the adjacent Riad Tafilalet was fully booked, apparently there is some kind of cooperation between them.
The restaurant and reception are on one side of the alley, the suites right across.
We got two doubles with an open sitting area between them. I guess that when the other rooms are occupied this is a communal area, but we had it all to ourselves.
The decor is very beautiful and impressive, the only thing that bothered us what that there was no door or even a curtain to separate the bathroom from the bedroom and thus there was no privacy. In one room the open shower was right in front of the door, in the other a person on the toilet would be exposed. A member of our group protested against this and, since the other rooms were empty, got a separate room for herself.
We didn't have a key to our annex, but there was constantly staff hanging out in the alley or to be summoned by ringing the bell. The staff was very friendly and made us feel very, very welcome. When remarking on the wonderful smell of the orange blooms, they arranged for a bottle to be bought and delivered for us. They also recommended a nearby restaurant - which was absolutely wonderful and an experience in its own right.
Thanks for making us feel so comfortable !More