My girlfriend and I (both 25) have stayed in Riad Bayti for only 3days-2nights but it was absolutely fantastic. Prior to our arrival we pre-booked a transfer from the airport to the Riad. I can recommend this to anyone as Marrakech is quite hectic and the Riad is hard to find if you don't know where to go.
From the moment of our drop-off at the district Mellah, our host Redouane came to pick us up and guide us to the Riad.
Once inside the Riad, it is amazing how pieceful and quite it is compared to the chaos outside.
Redouane relaxed us and told us basically everything we needed to now about Medina.
What can I say about Medina? Well I think anyone should experience it by him/herself. To me it was the greatest chaos of people I'd ever seen but in a positive way.
The Riad is really a place to come home after a day walking through the Soeks.
Very very relaxing, with our feet in the bath enjoying a nice cold drink with some olives or nuts on the side. Staff (Redouane) and the owner (Jean Christophe) are very personal en there to meet your requirements in any way possible. Especially Redouane is very enthousiastic and dying to chat with you, whether its Arabic, French, English, Spanish, Italian, German or Dutch. He knows how to comfort and have a laugh.
Accomodation looks very clean and tidy, and decorated in traditional style.
Our (large) room was at the frontside of the street but it has glassed windows so as soon as you shut them, the noise is almost reduced to zero. We slept like roses (even longer than planned).
Breakfast is served as soon as you feel like coming out of bed and if like you can also dine at the Riad.
All in all I must recommend this Riad to anyone coming to Marrakech for a few days. Surely you'll have the same great experience we had.