Solano offers a diverse selection of international breakfast buffet items as well as traditional Moroccan breads and pastries, along with made-to-order classics like eggs Benedict.. my wife and I throughly enjoyed it.
We were staying at the Four Seasons for our second year in a row and ate at Solano for a special celebration. We ate at Solano last year when it was next to the pool (it has been moved to the main building now) and it was excellent but this year it was a real disappointment. The service was extremely... 更多
My stay at the Four Seasons was fantastic but the restaurants open for dinner were very poor. They were quiet so lacked any atmosphere and the food was only ever average in both the Moroccan and Italian restaurants. I think the Four Seasons must do better on this front.
We had dinner here on the evening of our arrival in the Four Seasons hotel. The food is very good, the staff really helpful. Nevertheless, I would probably not have ended up here if I would not have stayed in the hotel, as the restaurants in the city have more athmosphere (and the food is, most often, less expensive).
While enjoying the Four Seasons, if you want to stay on the slower, more enjoyable pace, this is an excellent choice for dinner. The Filet is second to none, the Moroccan wine must try.
The great thing was the breakfast had so much variety. Eggs, croissants, cake, waffles, paratha , chicken sausafe, cereals, tea, fruit and pure oranfe juice. Just brilliant all round for adult and the young ones. Staff and service was great. Missing it already. Hopefully go again in next few months.
So disappointing: the set menu was bland, limited and extremely expensive. The salad variety was good but they all tasted the same and your plate was cleared so fast you didn't get to try much. The pastille was nice but came with nothing and the tagine with plain cous cous had no flavour. This cost nearly £100 for two people... 更多