Riad Mamoune was one of the first of three Riads I stayed in in Marrakech, because I kept going to other places in Morocco. I would have liked to stay there again but they didn't have availability. When you get there, its no surprise why it’s so popular, because it’s lovely! The Riad is a stunning building and kitted out with Moroccan furniture. The manager welcomed us and we sat down with him for at least an hour talking about Morocco, how to negotiate around the souks, etc. As with most riads, we were given mint tea to welcome us, but Mamoune also gave us freshly squeezed orange juice, which was v welcome after our sweating walk through the Djemma and souks. We stayed in the blue "Mogador" room on the ground floor and it was absolutely gorgeous. The shower especially was very cool because it was egg-shaped. The bed was very comfortable too. Breakfast the following morning was very yummy - Baghrir pancakes and fruit. All in all, a great stay. Only thing I would say is don't try and find it yourself, you will need to pay someone in the Djeema to bring you there. If you are near the spice section of the souks you know you're going the right way. The first guy we asked to help us find it, brought us east of the Djeema to a restaurant called Mamoune, so make sure whoever you ask knows it’s a Riad!