Wow - what I can I say about Riad Zamzam - it is wonderful and for our two children (aged 4 and 6) it was a fabulous adventure. We arrived at about 8pm and were met from our taxi by the lovely Faisal who walked us through a myriad of little paths, getting smaller and smaller until we reached a dark wooden door with a huge Moroccan lamp hanging overhead, he unlocked the door to exactly what you want to see when staying in a Moroccan Riad. Twinkly lights, courtyard with leather poofs, indoor pool, fire lit and a super tasty tagine ready and waiting for us. The room was perfect (Rose suite) with a huge bed for us and little camp beds (with the finest cotton bed linen) for the children. Attention to detail is superb, even down to mini robes for the children to wear after bathing in the amazing bath tub. The staff could not have been friendlier and more helpful, the hamam was great and Faisal even glued back together my sons Moroccan drum that got broken. Please don't hesitate to book this Riad, especially if you are traveling with children. The walk to the souks is a fascinating 10 minute wander through a local food market and you're there. We had a guide for our first morning and after that had no trouble finding our way around. We will return.