The Anezi is another one of those standard white wash tower blocks with a checker board frontage of balconies. The marble-clad lobby is predominantly white and features bronzed mirrors, tall potted plants and a wide staircase leading up to the first floor gallery. There are a few seating areas made up of black and white false leather armchairs and sofas with glass-topped Moroccan style coffee tables between them. The lobby bar adjacent to the hall is the venue for live music every night, which is followed by other entertainment such as traditional song, karaoke and magic shows. Out the back of the hotel are the three swimming pools and a large area for guests to relax in as well as to participate in the many activities that are run, particularly during the school holidays (although these may not coincide with the British school holidays, so check before you book). The medium sized pool is used for water-based activities such as aquagym while the largest one is used for water polo tournaments, although there are many other games organised by the animation team such as ping pong, darts and mini golf among others. The animation also continues into the evening with a mini disco for kids which precedes dancing for the adults and a show in the high season. During the summer months there is a miniclub to occupy the very youngest guests in the hotel which is overseen by a house-trained staff.
A modest spa and fitness centre are at the disposal of guests at the Anezi. The facility, which is far from being a destination spa, consists of just two massage rooms, a sauna, hammam and hairdresser. No recognisable branded products are used for the treatments, local oils being favoured instead. There is a tiny relaxation room within the spa and the staff we came across didn't seem particularly enthusiastic about their centre.
The hotel is well maintained overall even if he décor is somewhat outmoded. There are some pleasant common areas with well kept greenery and the views from the swimming pool area are worth contemplating for a while with a drink in hand. Access to the bedrooms is pretty straightforward and there are lifts to help you get here. The corridors are a little dark and gloomy but they are wide enough for you to pass through comfortably with your luggage. There is complimentary wifi in the lobby but if you do not have a laptop then you can use the business centre which is charged at 20MAD per hour.