Please refer to above for the full review.
Let's get one thing straight: in spite of its claim, this is NOT a 5-star hotel. Not by any internationally recognized standard, and not by a long shot. This is a good 3-star that caters to big crowds shoveled off of tourist buses (12 to 15 of those in the parking lot at any given time), an enormous, sprawling complex with interminable corridors and no elevators to carry you and your luggage to upper floors, and no air conditioning in the lobby nor in those corridors, which makes the aforementioned walk rather strenuous at the end of a long, sweltering summer day. They said they were working on it.
Bedroom size is OK but the vaunted balcony is teeny, even though it overlooks a nice and peaceful expanse of landscaped lawn. Furniture and fixtures are beginning to show their age, but the Coran provided in the closet is brand new. The bathroom is smallish, not well lit and getting old as well. There were some unpleasant plumbing smells from time to time, although we were not even on the ground floor. Toiletries are numerous and of... well, let's say "adequate" quality (meaning, NOT 5-star either). Contrary to the lobby and corridors, the air conditioning did work fine in our room.
The female component of our couple sampled the spa facilities and the mud massage, which was relaxing and invigorating and produced nice, smooth skin.
On the day we arrived, there was no internet. They said they were working on that too, however the next day it had not improved until late in the evening, and then we had the pleasure to discover that, in order to log on (which you must do again every time you start surfing), you must type, not only your room number, but also your passport number (yes! believe it), which is something no hotel anywhere else in the world had dared do to us so far!