We arrived at the Riad early in the morning after our flight from UK and having been guided there by a local guide through the maze of streets. We would never had got there otherwise and the luggage cart was essential in the heat. The riad was ever so slightly disorganised but the staff were delightful and brought us the first of many mint teas to welcome us. Our son loved this and has been a mint tea drinker ever since. The suite was spectacular when we got in- completely strewn with fresh rose petals everywhere...which looked pretty but was rather over whelming by the quantity.By the end of our visit the staff said that they wished we could be a part of their family and they certainly looked after us in a way that was exceptional, making our son feel that he would be warmly welcomed wherever he went to in the riad. The owner came to see us on the second night. He was very pleasant but not as pleasant as the staff, He saved his warmth for his fellow frenchmen. The plumbing is slightly inconsistent- the water that comes out the taps is scalding when it is hot, the toilets don't flush quite as well as they might and there is not a limitless supply of hot water as we discovered when I got the hot bath and the boys did not...Notwithstanding this was a great place to stay and being able to eat on the terraces upstairs looking at the starts was just magical, at least on one evening.