Fascinating ongoing restoration of a traditional mud walled kasbah, set at the edge of a traditional village. Once a large family house, the building has been transformed by the current owners into a very comfortable hotel with good rooms and bathrooms. And the food is excellent, with a great breakfast roof terrace overlooking the millions of palms.
Of course it's NOT bland 4 or 5 star international hotel style and it doesn't have level paved access, lifts or predictable facilities - it's much more interesting and charming than that.
Stayed for one night with my family and the owners couldn't have been more friendly and helpful.
Assuming you're going to Morocco to experience something of the culture and history of the country (why else would you be reading TA?) then you won't regret staying at this Kasbah. Highly recommended.