Well to be honest, they were a bit on the shabby side. The rooms were gloomy and the whole place could have done with a lick of paint. At night the courtyard bar/restaurant area was heaving with mosquitoes, as were all the showers and toilets. It’s also one of the few places in town that sells beer, so it is busy with non-residents in the evenings, making it impossible to get a table at which to eat. If you wait until later, you run the risk of a severely limited menu involving cous-cous or they’ve run out of everything. The service is really friendly, really slow, and quite often very forgetful.
The majority of clients appear to be tour groups, which involves a lot of yelling up, down, an...Read More