Three of us stayed here and really enjoyed our stay. What made it great was samata who works there, he could not do enough for you. So much so he went and bought us bus tickets to agadir. We got a taxi from the airport to the riad. The taxi dropped us off in an alleyway and said he couldn't drive any further. A young kid then got our bags with a cart and took us through many winding alleyways to the riad. I asked the kid how much it would cost at the start, and he just said what you like. Here we go I thought. Anyway we got there and samara let us in. I gave the kid 20 dirrham, but he said it wasn't enough. Here we go!!!!!!!We had no change but managed to rustle together 30. The actual riad inside was excellent, it was cool, clean and so much character to it. There was only us staying there, so it was very quiet. Samata gave us a map to walk into the square, which can be a nightmare walk first time, as there is so much hustle and bustle. But after doing it a few times, it's fine. It's only about a 10minute walk, really easy and interesting walk. The breakfast is pancakes and great coffee. We did a tour to the zagora desert through the hotel, managed to get it for 60euros. It was a good tour, although shame it takes so long to get there, but then what can you do. The driver is not a guide and doesn't really speak to you, especially as he didn't speak english. But staying in the desert made it all worth while. One thing before getting into the desert there will be a stop off. A guy will try and make you buy a rubbish head scarf for 50dirrham, don't buy it they are rubbish and also he sold it as you having no choice and you needed it for the camel ride, You don't!!!!!!! All in all though had a great stay and really enjoyed it. Oh just one thing about this riad you do not have much privacy in the rooms, as sitting downstairs can hear everything!!!!