We stayed for a week in March 2023 and were very impressed. Hyatt Place (not to be confused with Hyatt Regency) is up on a hill above the long stretch of beach running south from Taghazout village, which makes for wonderful views over the ocean. You can walk down to the beach in about 20 minutes - theres a wooden staircase going down the hill - or theres a shuttle bus for the lazy. From there theres a wide concrete path running all the way north to Taghazout village and south to Tamraght, passing various similar resort hotels (including the Hyatt Regency) on the way.nnThe evening meals at the Hyatt are amazing - its a self-serve buffet but without any of that hint of school canteen that is common in similar hotels. Theres an amazing array of salads and hors doeuvres for starters, followed by an equally impressive range of main courses, always including at least two delicious tagines. Desserts are mostly tiny slithers of various tarts - which is great because you can have several without feeling youve pigged out!nnLunch is available by the pool, but here we felt the menu and food were less impressive. There are a couple of nice salads available, but also a number of fast food options (3 varieties of hot dog, a rather disappointing burger) and we felt that the kitchen team would do better to concentrate on genuine Moroccan food - at which they excel - rather than trying unsuccessfully to satisfy demand for American junk food.nnThere are two swimming pools. The smaller one is heated all year round (I presume) and in fact in March it was almost uncomfortably warm - it must have been well over 30C. The larger pool is unheated and was definitely refreshing!nnOur bedroom was spotless; comfy bed; nice balcony overlooking the pool area and sea; large walk-in shower.nnTheres also a decent gym, and of course a spa. I had an ayurvedic massage which was amazing - thanks, Hasna! It was so good, in fact, that I went back a couple of days later for the same again. My wife had a facial and manicure and was very happy with her choices too.nnAll the hotel staff were absolutely delightful and always keen to help - including happily accommodating our slightly eccentric request every night for a bunch of fresh mint to take up to our room to make a Moroccan-style nightcap.nnAll in all, very hard to find fault. Definitely recommended.