you want to be close to the suk but at a quiet place? you hate overloaden riads with red-to-dark carpets, lots of dark furniture and red-blue-green lamps? but you do want the quietness and orientalic style of a riad - mixed with the amenities western travellers like? over-average food quality, cleanliness and a caring, friendly staff are important to you? And you are willing to pay a bit more for this?
if your answer to all these questions is yes - this if your place.
Breakfast as well as dinners are served on the roof terrace. the many stairs and different patios make you feel as if you are (almost) the only guest.
Massage room (max 1 pers.) and Hamam (max 2 pers.) are really tiny - but also clean and they work for what they are built. But don't expect something like a SPA area.
This Riad is positioned right in the middle. Between the many lower priced riads which often are a bit dark, a bit run down, not too clean, places where you won't wanna necessarily eat etc. - and on the other hand the 250€ and up riads like Enja and Riad72, which are more on the boutique hotel end of the scale, but where you pay a significant fee for it.