My partner and I have been travelling around Morocco andNorthAfrica for the past two months and at the end of our trip we rewarded ourselves with a stay at Riad Cinnamon.We were overwhelmed by the friendliness and generosity of our hosts Abdou and Hamid. The really could not do enough for us from carrying our bags to offerring us drinks and giving us the low down on Marrakech. We arrived as weary travellers and left as friends. The food was beautifully presented on the roof terrace and they even managed to cater for my particularities in diet- gluten free which was a first (we hadwarned them inadvance about this though). Delicious and setting so romantic and relaxing.Our room (the Cheffchawen suite was breathtaking with its arched lamps and intense blue decor with high ceiling and little staircase up to our tv area. The shampoo and soaps smelt wonderful i think it was jasmin and the sheets were the softest and smoothest i have ever experienced. Lots of little extras with no charge- eg loan of mobile phone. We slept really well there and even the echoing call to prayer didnt wake us for once on our trip! Definitely recommend this for romantic couples. The doorman was a quiet but reassuring presence and came to find us when we got a bit lost in the medina. We hope to be back next year and want to try out the sister hotel which is opening soon. I think its called Riasd Star or Hotel Star and one of the other guests told us it was home of an American Star from the 20s-josephine Baker so it has an art nouveau slasnt to it. We didnt get to see where it is located but apparently it is just as central as Cinnamon is. We are very keen on art nouveau and art deco period so excited about this.