I stayed with a girlfriend for two nights in April following a trekking adventure into the Atlas Mountains. We arrived late on our first night but Noel met us at the door and, realising that we were tired from trekking, led us to our very comfortable room so that we could shower and change for dinner that we had pre-ordered. The food was excellent - orange blossom soup, chicken tagine and a saffron and chocolate fondant. The location of the Riad is excellent and around a five minute walk from the main square.
The rooms were nicely furnished and it was very clean. Breakfasts were lovely and simple and served on the roof terrace.
My only comment was a slight "lost in translation" issue with the owners. My french is not brilliant and we were leaving at 1.30pm to get a taxi back to the airport. We had presumed that we could stay in our room until 1.30pm following a conversation with Noel the day before, but at 10.55am, whilst we were sitting on the roof terrace Fabrice informed us we needed to be out of our room by 11am (rather brusquely). Luckily we had packed up most of our stuff and this was fine. We did go out to the market and came back and used the cold, but refreshing plunge pool and changed before our porter arrived.
We had not been given any information by Noel or Fabrice on check out times, and it was only when we were leaving did we see information about the Riad by the front door (it was very dark).
Perhaps the Riad information should be put in the rooms for guests to see more clearly.
This communication issue would not stop me from thoroughly recommending this Riad. I would definitely consider coming back to this riad again.