Juan Antonio and Carmen, the owners, decided to restore the ancient court of Pacha Glaoui dating from the 17th century and turn it into a charming hotel. Dar Kamar, "the moon house", was opened in 2003. The owners gave special attention to the decoration. All of the elements of the decoration were designed or chosen by them. Juan designed , for example, the sinks in the bathrooms. As for decoration, they particularly featured objects brought from all over Africa and other continents. The ethnic style is predominant, a Guinea mask, fabric from Mauritania or Senegal, objects from Morocco, the Ivory Coast ... It must also be said that Juan Antonio is first and foremost a brave photographer and from each trip, especially in the African deserts, he narrates his findings. After having pushed the heavy wooden door, you arrive at a small patio with a fountain, candles and incense. Small lounges and library areas are arranged around this patio. On the roof, a large terrace with deckchairs and umbrellas provide a moment of relaxation in the sun while admiring the roofs of the kasbah and with Atlas mountains for background scenery. A traditional hammam is located on the terrace.