Staying at this Riad is like living on an exotic film set .... however when you go outside the doors its a bit different. Set at the far end of the Medina there are a lot of small alleys to negotiate between the main tourist areas and the Riad. This does mean you get a very local flavour of Marrakech – ours included several nights of drumming :) I loved listening to the early morning call to prayer start up quietly in the distance and echo around the city – one of the larger mosques is right behind the Riad but we didn’t mind this type of alarm call at all. Sybille, arranged for a guide and we took a half day walking tour which helped us get our bearings but we still managed to get lost many times. However, we couldn’t stop and look at a map because we were immediately surrounded by lots of people offering us directions (for a price!) – I later discovered they weren’t all telling us the correct way to go anyway!! That aside, our stay at the Riad was wonderful. We upgraded to a suite which was fantastic – we had bags of room and our own little sun terrace right outside the bedroom door. The beds are just so comfortable and there was plenty of hot water in the luxurious bathroom, with towelling robes, slippers and also gorgeous smelling toiletries which were replenished daily. We used the in-house hamman twice which was lovely with all the soaps and oils etc. We ate at the Riad in the evening on a number of occasions and although quite pricy was very good food indeed. Breakfast was included and taken on the beautiful roof terrace every morning – a lovely mixture of pastries and local delicacies as well as honey, fig jam etc fresh orange juice, coffee and mint tea. The owners and staff at this Riad cannot do enough for you – they are very helpful and friendly. I would certainly recommend this as a place to stay in Marrakech.