The hotel is not a luxury resort, but a friendly place with potential for more. The rooms are ok (somewhat old but clean, beds with hard mattresses are common in Morocco) and the gardened pool area is pleasant, with peacocks and water features. Breakfast is basic: yogurt, bread, croissant, orange juice and coffee, but the restaurant food is good. We had no problems with the minivan to the city (25min) but one has to understand that it is one transport for all of the people staying at the hotel, so be flexible. It is great value for money but in fact, the best about this riad is that they are very friendly and willing to help and cater to guests' needs.