First things first, the Riad itself is beautiful, but, that's not all.
Miriam and her staff are exceptionally friendly and helpful, nothing is too much trouble and whoever they have cooking the tajine is brilliant.
We (a couple) stayed for 5 nights in November 2013 and arrived at around 7pm where we were treated to a beautiful Chicken, olive and lemon tajine and some mint tea with Moroccan biscuits. While we ate, our bags were taken to our room, where we headed straight after dinner to rest. The rooms are maintained to a very high standard and kept traditional, with luxurious fabrics, local art work and even down to the amazing sink! Every morning we had the breakfast that was provided, we don't generally bother with breakfast on holiday but here it was worth getting out of bed for.
All in all, if you want an oasis of peace and quiet but in the heart of the Medina close to the hustle, bustle, crazy driving and entertaining Souks, this is the place to stay.