Each one of the establishment's 9 suites has its own specific style. One of the suites is furnished with leather sofas of Arab and African inspiration, another boasts chairs and a bed made of wrought iron, and in a third suite, all the furniture is made of rattan. Each item of furniture has been custom built and hand painted. Keep in mind, however, that this is not exactly a palace worthy of the "One Thousand and One Nights". Although the interior decorating can be considered a global success, the hotel remains quite simple. Despite this simplicity, it was a pleasure to note the presence of Tadelakt-clad wardrobes (a typically Moroccan feature) and light-coloured curtains. The bathrooms, fitted with green tiling, boast Italian-style showers and brass washbasins that add an authentic and pleasant touch. Each room is also equipped with a reversible air conditioning system. Three of the rooms are sufficiently spacious to sleep 3 guests, and all the rooms come with some much appreciated extras: a fruit basket, a flower arrangement, and mint tea and cakes awaiting your arrival.