The riad is located at the less known end of the souk, so when you are outside it looks like anotherhouse in the street with a nice door but once inside you get the feel of the riad experience. Small litlle rooms connected by stairs and small hallways, with small intimate saloons with very inviting chairs and sofa's, add some very small pools and you have a good feeling what it's all about. During my stay of three nights I've managed to find four ways to enter the roof terrace, the place to be after a long day in the souk or the nearby touristical sites. Unfortunately they are closing the small pool on the terrace but there is still the jacuzzi to embrace.
My room was clean and not that big, but with the salons everywhere you're not spending that much time in your room. I didn't had any daylight coming in, but it didn't matter at all.
The staff is very friendly and accomodating, the spa infrastructure is nice, and prices are not that much higher than the hammams around the town.
Breakfast is outstanding and quite local, don't expect a wide variety but it get's your day started, and if that doesn't work, drink a cup of coffee and it will.
Nearby is the restaurant "le fundouk" which is actually one of the best places to enjoy the Moroccan food at his best, while sipping on a cocktail and atsting of the rather good local wine.
Nice stay and recommandable.