The hotel was originally constructed in the 1930s and discerningly and artistically restored in 1997 by Didier Vicaire with particular attention to Moroccan architecture and furnishings. Made up of two adjoining and interconnecting Riads, the original Delacroix wing and the newly completed Matisse wing each offer four air-conditioned rooms, and the Delacroix wing also features a suite. The reception, lounge areas and dining rooms surround the central courtyards, which have been restored in traditional 'zelige' (mosaic) and 'tadlakt' (plasterwork), carved wood and other Arabesque materials. Further facilities on offer here include a bar, a conference room, a games room, a TV room and a restaurant. Guests may also make use of the room service, and those arriving by car may take advantage of the car park.People from muslim countries/religion need a marriage certificate to share a double room. Children are accepted from 8 years old.The four rooms in the Matisse wing feature a CD player and a fireplace. There is also a small swimming pool. The Delacroix wing offers a hot tub. Roof terraces with sun loungers and parasols laid out ready for use offer guests space in which to relax. The rooms all come with an en suite bathroom with a bath, shower and hairdryer. A radio, a hi-fi, a double or king-size bed, individually adjustable air conditioning and heating, a sitting area, and either a balcony or terrace are also provided in all accommodation units as standard.