Loved the Riad. Arrived at night in the pooring rain. Taxi had to stop on the main street and we followed the 'porter' with our bags in a pulley down the alley/narrow lanes. Right in the heart of it and the locals.....PERFECT. It was like a maze and going back in time. We arrived at this black door and entered the Riad...Wow, who would have thought this gem was hidden behind this door!! We were welcomed by Moorad and Yassem, so friendly, welcoming and accommodating. I travelled with my sister and two nieces and a one year old boy. Accommodaation, was typical morrocan riad with lovely furnishings and all stone floor and walls. We had adjourning rooms with a shared bathroom and toilet. The rooms looked onto and over the centre of the riad which was great for us (just had to make sure the toddler was always accompanied). We had a double room and a twin room. Could have done with a king size bed, but was not a problem. They provided a cot for us as well. Rooms were cleaned and beds made daily. We didnt mind and it wasnt an issue for us, but you would be able to hear any noise from within the riad, luckily we had quiet people staying whilst we were there....maybe they heard us, hope not. We had a lovely evening meal there, and breakfast was simple but good, I would just recommend some fresh fruit as an alternative to bread.
My little nephew was spoilt by Morad and Yaseem as he really took to them. They were so helpful and friendly and informative and even had the local children playing with him. Perfect location and felt very safe. Had a great time and would highly recommend a stay here.