Our wonderfully large room was spoilt by the noise: motor scooter engines in the sweet below (we were on the third floor), constant processions of cars all beeping their horns right through the night, some sort of disco on the Saturday night, and thin walls so you hear what the occupants next door are doing- in this case coughing all night.
We were a group of 9, so we had our meals specially catered for, and no choice of item. There was no wine available at all- only beer. Service was basic and at breakfast you needed to ask for the non-food items e.g. - napkin, salt and pepper.
It was close to the medina, and there is a little cafe next door where we had, of all thing, a panini!More