Need to know
Ten, all suites.
Noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $236.01 (€209), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €4.00 per person per night on check-out.
Rates usually include Moroccan breakfast of pastries, yoghurts, hot drinks and juices.
Find inner peace with an in-house yoga session, then head to the small spa, where you can indulge in a number of rejuvenating treatments.
At the hotel
Gardens, free WiFi in the main building (not in rooms), TV room, games room, reading room. In rooms: flatscreen TV, satellite radio, DVD/CD player, minibar, air-conditioning.
Our favourite rooms
Go for one of the deluxe suites, which have glorious claw-foot tubs with garden views (ask for the farthest from the main building to enjoy the most secluded stay).
Dive in to the swimming pool in the middle of the garden, flanked by parasol-shaded loungers. (It’s heated in winter.)
This is the sort of place where being spectacularly lazy is very, very tempting – bring a book for days lounging by the pool (and your sunscreen, of course).
Les Cinq Djellabas isn’t wheelchair accessible.
This is one for the grown ups; teens are accepted, but the pool and restaurant are firmly adults-only.