Quaryati might not be the Ritz - it's up a bumpy dirt road in a semi-rural part of Marrakech, and rooms / amenities are minimalist (ie: not super duper luxe). Attitudes are (very) relaxed, and sometimes it can take a few minutes to find someone to help you with something. Food is minimalist with limited options, but so healthy, so fresh and local, and beautifully prepared. To us none of this was a negative. Quaryati might be the single most gorgeous and relaxing place I've ever been. You are treated like family, and mostly left to your own devices to lounge in the sun, sit by the pool, bike on dirt pathways amongst the goat herders, or have a glass of wine on the terrace (where the staff will kindly offer you a little plate of olives). The staff is very friendly and do everything to accomodate you (including food, which is always made incredibly fresh and from scratch). Francoise the owner is incredibly nice. the cats are affectionate, and peacocks roam freely. The place is stunningly beautiful, with rose bushes, olive trees, and beautiful foliage everywhere. It is the opposite of a tacky mega resort swarming with tourists. So if you want to be waited on hand and foot with the most luxurious rooms, this might not be your place. But if you want to be truly deeply relaxed, part of the family, and far away from the madding crowd in a tiny paradise, I would absolutely recommend Quaryati!