We stayed here for 3 nights during Ramadan and it was just like being at home. The riad is beautifully presented and the staff, especially Simohamed our evening companion, were fantastic! Aziz was very welcoming and helped us with orientating ourselves around the medina and sorting out parking for our car. We enjoyed watching football with the boys on our second night, streamed on my laptop. We learnt a lot about football that night! There are only 5 rooms and the riad was empty most of the time we were there so we were very spoilt. The breakfast and dinner were more than we expected. Michael T was right - the tagine is the best we have had while we have been travelling Morocco. Make sure you have at least one meal at "home". Well worth the stay and will highly recommend this wonderful riad to anyone and everyone. Why do people bother staying in big hotels when they can experience true Moroccan hospitality?