We booked this Riad on the strength of other visitors' (English and French) reviews, and were not disappointed. The house has been beautifully restored and furnished with a mix of authentic Moroccan and other interesting and unusual items collected from around the world. It's a lovely safe haven from the chaos of the nearby soukhs in the Medina! The rooftop terrace is a peaceful and relaxing place for breakfast and drinks, with only the sounds of birdsong and water fountains, and the occasional calls-to-prayer from nearby mosques. The luxurious breakfasts and dinners were beautifully served, varied and full of little surprises. We were extremely well looked-after by Bruno and Guy throughout our 5 days, we felt as though they could not do enough to help, from the warm welcome on our arrival and Guy's lively tour of the Medina on our first day, through to arranging all the details for a truly memorable day excursion to the Ouzoud Cascades: stunning 150m waterfalls in the Middle Atlas mountains.
As other reviewers mentioned, we were provided with an efficient taxi service to and from the airport, and equipped with a mobile phone in case we got lost while out and about, as well as a very clever set of photos to help us find our way back to the Riad from the Jeema El Fna. The location is great - 10-15 minutes' walk to the main square (when you know your way!), but peaceful and away from the hustle and bustle. Totally recommend it, and would definitely come again.