We stayed here for about 4 days and the Riad is pretty nice, although basic, it does have an authentic feel to it. Its quite large and has some lovely views from the rooftop. The rooms we stayed in were not as spacious, and could have used a few more 'travel friendly' features. Overall it was comfortable, but I wouldn't say luxurious.
The location is on the edge of the walled city but easy to get in and out of the Medina. Food wasn't bad. Staff were pleasant. They probably should have a word with the local shop owner next door who seemed to jump out every time we came in and out of the main doors trying to force us into hiring him as a guide. That got annoying!