Nice Riad with a cosy room (albeit with a low bathroom door which I banged my head on a few times!) and good roof terrace and decent location.
Our visit was tainted by the medina tour we booked with the Riad, which was the worst experience we had during our 10 day visit to Morocco.
Our 'full day' tour, at a cost of €40, involved little more than a route which was planned around local shops trying to sell us anything from carpet to bronze plates. Included in our 4.5 hour 'full day' tour was an hour for lunch at an overpriced restaurant and a stop at an uninteresting wood museum. For a full day tour of €40, I expected a full tour of all the sights, not a shopping trip with lunch. This was all the more frustrating as we had told our guide before we left that we did not want to shop.
On mentioning our disappointment to the Riad, the owner admitted that the guide receives bonuses from the shops we were taken to. No doubt the Riad also take a cut on the tour.
My advice is to do a tour yourself - Fes isn't as hard to navigate as guidebooks make out, it's always easy to find Bab Boujeloud or Bab R'cif. We spent our second day in Fes on our own tour and saw many more of the sights than with our tour guide.