We stayed in the hotel room 209 for 3 days. It seems like this hotel is use for one night stay by tourist/visitors visiting the area by buses and move on to another are next day. We tried to purchase USD from the Reception, but it was too difficult because the staff member could not say the exact conversion rate. Day 2 and day 3, towels in our bathroom were not replaced even though it was on the bathroom floor. Last day, towels were on the rail were dirty. We noticed that the cleaners weren’t even vacuum cleaned the room floor. We had to report several Health & Safety issues to the reception, but most of the reception staff gave us the feeling that could not understand what we were saying in English... If the hotel need long staying visitors from UK, they may need to consider the way they treat the customers much better than now. There were only one or two staff members could speak English therefore, we had issues on day 2 & 3 of the stay however, the room 209 we stayed was a large room with a beautiful toilet/bathroom. Day 1, reception staff member (Amalal Soufiane) was very kind and pleasant. He was the only person who could speak to us in English that day and it made a big difference when compared to other days. We were so pleased to see him working after that in the reception area. Last day, we managed to speak to the Hotel General Manager and he seems to be very welcoming, kind and understanding therefore, we do sincerely hope he will make the required adjustments...