After scouring the internet for days, I kept coming back to this gem and wow! We first visited Riad Anya in October 2012 and were spoiled by Jamilla and her staff.We were greeted with mint tea and Moroccan treats served in the tranquil courtyard. My friend and I enjoyed a refreshing hammam and massage by Lubna which we would strongly recommend. If you've never tried a hammam this is the place. But the riad is espeically meaningful to us because we got engaged here that night. We loved it so much we returned here for our honeymoon in February. We stayed in the Anya room and loved it! The bathroom is divine - the large shower and toilet are separated by a long counter which offers great privacy and is handy when two people are trying to get ready in the morning. Khalid gave us a warm welcome and made sure we didn't need anything. The breakfast was delicious - the fresh orange juice alone is worth it but they make a mean Moroccan orange cake. Yum! The riad is an easy 5 minute walk to the medina. The only cautionary note is that the riad is down an alley which may not be safe for women alone at night (wasn't a problem during the day though). I strongly recommend this riad and hope to visit again in June.