We stayed for a long weekend in March, on a deal with Living Social. We were originally booked to stay at the Riad Pachavana, but at the last minute were told we'd be at the Turquoise instead.
We received a very warm welcome from George and our room was beautifully presented. It opened out onto one of the roof terraces - all of the outside space is lovely.
Our deal included one dinner, which we enjoyed in the tent on the roof terrace. The Riad serves both beer and wine on request. I also had an inclusive massage, which I'd recommend to anyone.
All the staff were very friendly and professional. The traditional Moroccan breakfast consists largely of cakes and pastries, with fresh orange juice, and was very good.
The riad is very centrally situated (although it takes a while to work this out with the lack of street signs and wonky maps) - about a 10 minute walk to the main square. The only place we took a cab to was the Jardin Majorelle in the new town, but we walked back. Everywhere is walkable.
I would stay in Riad Turquoise again and recommend it wholeheartedly, as I would the whole Marrakech experience.