We stayed at the Jardin d'Ines for a long weekend whilst attending a wedding nearby.
The staff was very curteous and helpful if a little ineffective and slow at times.
Our suite was lovely, very big with lots of space a lovely decor, a working fireplace (not that we needed it in that weather, but I imagine it would be lovely in the winter) a super comfortable bed and no less than 3 little oudoor areas, but the actual hotel a little boring and lacking in atmosphere. The water pressure in the shower wasn't very good, this was probably the biggest let down in otherwise very high quality accommodation.
We ate at the restaurant on the first night and while it was nice and the food was very good but I found it a bit expensive for what it was and it had absolutely no atmosphere either.
The choice at breakfast was quite limited and luckily we had B&B rate otherwise it would have made my heart bleed to pay MAD150pp for a couple of mini croissants, a slice of melon and a pot of weak coffee. Also on the last morning we were asked if we wanted omelettes, my husband ordered one but the waiter forgot to tell us that kitchen wasn't open yet so after a long wait we had to catch our airport transfer before the omelette arrived.
I really enjoyed the pool and the relaxed peaceful location, however more than a weekend here and I would have been bored to tears, the hotel would benefit from having a small bar as currently the bar and restaurant are in the same space.
When Jardin d'Ines gets a bit boring (after about 6 hours) there are free shuttles to the larger golf resort nearby and from there free shuttles to Medina (some 20-30 minutes away)
I probably wouldn't stay again as I prefer a bit more happening location or at least within walking distance from town but would recommend to somebody who is seeking peace and quiet in pleasant surroundings and doesn't mind taking taxis or shuttles everywhere.
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