We turned up to the easy rooms main office which is directly opposite the train station and buzzed in. As we went up the stairs we were greeted by two moroccan men who clearly owned the business. The men were friendly and we paid for our money and had a general chat. Before we left the men started in Moroccan to each other ( we knew this as we had luckily met 2 dutch friends from the airport who informed us they weren't speaking dutch). The owner was showing the other man different numbers on a calculator we thought this was odd but carried on. The older Moroccan got up and said follow me. We thought we were going upstairs to a room. This was not the case. We followed this man on to a tram and to a completely different side of town in the middle of an estate. As we got in to the apartment there was only 1 bed even though there was 3 of us. The fridge was full of food, there were clothes all over the place and the place was DIRTY and NOTHING like the pictures.It became obvious that this was one of the mens house and that he was given money for us to stay there for the weekend. As 3 British girls we immediately felt unsafe and said we weren't staying there. Our dutch friends then said to the man that we wouldn't be staying there and that we wanted our money back. The man said he would call his boss. Eventually the boss decided we could have our money back. So we all travelled back to the office to get our money back. The 'boss' didn't even say anything just gave us our money and wanted rid of us so he could rip off the next lot of tourists. I dread to think what would have happened if we had stayed in this place and if we didn't have Dutch friends with us. DO NOT STAY HERE!!!!!!!!!!