I would simply endorse all the 5 star reviews. The riad is immaculate, with fantastic attention to detail in the decor, and also touches like water and fresh fruit (constantly topped up) in the room. Excellent breakfasts, and the dinners at 300 dirhams were better than anything else we ate in Marrakech - really good home cooking, in enormous portions. All of the staff without exception were friendly and most helpful, nothing was too much trouble. We found a routine where we did sightseeing in the morning, return to the riad late afternoon for tea on the terrace. Frankly, it was such a pleasant place to stay, that when we had had enough of the bustle and confusion of the city, to simply retire there and chill, dine, have a wine, in the 23 degree sunshine on the terrace (in January!) was very tempting indeed. Fantastic help with navigating the city - it really is the most confusing place I have ever seen - and the guidance in the booklet in the room is better than any guidebook I ever saw - they should publish it! One tip - on arrival for the first time, arrange with the riad to be dropped off whwere they will meet you, you will have difficulty finding it otherwise - which is part of the experience! Once you know the way, it is straightforward - about 15 minutes on foot into the main square at Jamaa el Fna.