I had a floor with a "private" bathrooom on the first (0th) floor, just off the lobby. My bathroom was outside the room, across the lobby, next to the front door. I care more about the location than exclusive use and this felt like I was staying in a youth hostel...but not at your hostel prices.
Also because of the location of my room, I heard everyone coming or going from the dar. Quite loud.
The room had no exterior windows (which I'm used to from colonial hotels in South America) but two windows to the lobby. Because of the noise it was hard to have those windows open - leading to a humid, musty, sewer-like smell in the room.
I am sensitive to light and typically find overhead lights too bright. However my room did not have bright enough lights - it had four different lights, and if I spent too long in the room my body clock got out of whack, thinking it was nighttime.
It seemed that the noise carried badly through the covered, enclosed courtyard at all levels, not just the lobby level. So I'm not sure this would be a very quiet place even in a different room.
The room had mediocre tilework (awesome before I came to Morocco, only mediocre after three weeks here), carved stucco and this horrible neon pink walls. This was where the lack of light was actually a saving grace.
Overall I thought the description on Booking.com was very misleading about the bathroom and while the other issues with the room led me to consider leaving early I ended up staying the full two nights, in large part because of the great staff. But I wouldn't stay here again and it doesn't deserve the high rating that attracted me to it.
When I arrived the staff went out of their way to make me welcome. The staff member going off shift even offered to let me walk with him out of the medina...which turned into an impromptu tour. Even as I was leaving (for a rental apartment in the city) the staff welcomed me to stop by and say hi or enjoy the roof terrace any time. Super friendly and welcoming.
The wifi worked in many (not all) different places within the dar. This is rare and much appreciated. I used the wifi to work extensively from my room. It would have been perfect had it had a normal chair (only a bed and two bed-like chaise lounges) and if my room had been better lit.