We went during Ramadan, which didn't affect the stay at all and alcohol was available. The Riad is beautiful with a banana palm and vine in the centre of the courtyard, in typical colonial architecture. A very nice terrace sits atop the building where we had a very pleasant supper. The staff were welcoming and spoke some English. The room had a en-suite which was ok but the separate WC was in a closet which was difficult to use with the door closed! The riad is situated through a series of alleyways but once you've been through a couple of times it's fine. It is at the very north of the medina which means it's a walk to the square but also fairly quiet at night. All in all good for a quiet stay!