We stayed in March for a birthday treat for 4 nights. After arriving late into the medina we were greeted and escorted to the Riad. Walking through the busy and narrow streets was initially somewhat daunting because it was so different to the UK despite being only 3 or so hours away. But once we walked throught the hugh wooden front door into the Riad , with its ambiotic candles and fires we relaxed and had dinner. Next day Aiden had arranged a guide to take us around the medina as its very busy and easy to get lost on the first day.By day two we were able to get out and back by ourselves which we found less pressured.At night we were escorted to our restaurant and picked up when finished. We had excellent food at Le Jardin set in a beautiful garden ,which Aiden had recommended.We enjoyed a caleche tour and great cocktails at trendy Cosybar.The breakfasts at the Riad were absolutely excellent,yogurt,fruit,pancakes,omelette and we ate by the fire always.Our room was Jasmine which had its own fire which was lovely on the cooler mornings and evenings.Aiden,Mohammed and Badha could not have done more for us.We were glad we stayed 4 nights as it takes a couple of days to get used to the poverty and hussle and bustle But if you are looking for something different ,its that all right and the Riad was very romantic.