Extremely disappointing Motel, not sure how they manage to get stars for this dump.
For one you have to drive on an extremely bad dirt road. You have to cross the village's streets with open sewers into the middle of those streets. The motel is on the edge of a cliff with a dirt parking space in front of the Motel that fits 4 or 5 vehicles. The motel inside is extremely dusty and not well maintained. The room were rather furnaces. Although equipped with A/C, the A/C was very inefficient because the Windows and doors as well as their frames were not air tight and the AC units were small for the space they were supposed to cool off.
The beds and the mattresses were of an extremely poor quality. They still use the spring mattresses and the spring beds of 1970's. Forget about a restful night for many reasons: too hot to sleep, bad mattress and bed, and when finally you started getting a wink at 4:00 am, the call for payer over a blaring old speaker will for sure spring you out of bed.
The facility is designed to imulate an ancient village Riad, however they seem to have confused antiques for junk. Many items such as tables, doors and windows are an absolute junk, but they try to pass them for antique.
The breakfast was very generous if you don't mind the hoards of flies that you know for sure they had their previous meals from the street's sewers.