The lobby is impressive, with three story high ceilings, and intricately carved woodwork. An extremely polite bellhop took us to our room, which was decorated in lush tapestries and every amenity we could ask for.
It was early afternoon when we arrived, and we took advantage of the weather by lounging by the poolside under the intense African sun. A pool boy brought us towels, a server came and asked us what we wanted to drink. He left a dish of nuts, and a dish of gorgeous ripe olives for us to snack on. The pool was in a garden of lush greenery and beautiful flowers. We could barely hear the city’s noise outside the high concrete walls that surrounded the hotel.
There are three restaurants on site. One is an American bar and grill. One is a lounge with a piano bar. The other is a large, beautiful dining room. We had drinks in the lounge, and moved onto the dining room for dinner. Breakfast is included in the stay. It is served on the terrace, buffet style; or you can opt to order from the menu.
The concierge is accommodating. They called us a taxi the first night to take us on a tour of the city, and the following morning, they organized a guide to take us through the Casbah.
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