I went on a group trip to Morocco from Spain and we were told that we were gonna stay at a fancy four star hotel so my expectations were a bit high. However, I can't say I was incredibly disappointed, because we were only staying the nights there, but I can't say it was a wonderful experience either.
The room I had was right above the cafeteria/eating area so every dinner and breakfast I would always hear the chairs moving below which isn't too much of a problem because I don't mind noise but it may be a problem for light-sleepers or those who truly appreciate quiet time.
The food was mediocre. They had lasagna, cold bread, and basic foods which wasn't the best thing but again not the worst. They had fruits and pastries for desert which were delicious. For breakfast there is freshly squeezed orange juice which was absolutely refreshing.
The rooms were of a good size and very modern and there is an indoor pool that I did not have the privilege of taking advantage of. Loads of people seemed to enjoy it though which is good.
It was comfortable and enjoyable and the staff was for the most part very nice to us. They were accommodating but they do not speak English. They speak French, Spanish and their Dialect.
I would recommend this place for a weekend trip.More