Location was on the edge of town, much farther from the centre than was suggested. There were VERY few restaurants nearby. This meant a taxi (50D) every time I wanted to go anywhere.
Food at the hotel was poor with breakfast being the same every day. It was possible to get something different, but only at a price. Likewise, evening buffet was pretty average and cost 150D - I only had this once. The 'all day snacks' menu was OK, but after a few days, all the grills were off and there was only pizza, which was poor and expensive.
I was overcharged on at least three occasions and when I questioned this at reception, they suddenly didn't speak English - fortunately I speak a little French. The hotel had signs everywhere forbidding bringing in your own food and drinks.
The worst thing though is the appalling cabaret act in the garden area 6 nights a week. It was loud, meaning I couldn't sleep until it stopped at around 11pm, it was talent-less, caterwauling - get rid !!!
Some suggestions for the rooms - tea and coffee-making facilities would be the number one, followed by a detailed information folder (in various languages) with info on taxis, sightseeing, local cafes/restaurants etc.
In hindsight and with more research, I should have chosen a Riad in the centre of town.
First of all, I have to say that this hotel has a lot of potential. The room I had was very nice - it overlooked the pool and alfresco dining area, was clean and had a large bathroom. The TV reception was variable but there was BBC world news and a 24hr English language movie channel. The balcony was spacious, but lacked a table. Pool was well kept. Bed was very comfortable