We had a great experience in this Riad. We were welcomed with some tea and sat down with the two lovely french owners and other guests. The Riad looked great and everything worked fine, at the rooftop they had a jacuzi, which we didn't used but it is possible. In Morocco it is not possible to drink tap water but at this Riad they have a tap where you can fill your bottle with drinking water so that is great when you leave the Riad in the morning to visit the city of Marrakesh, the Jemaa el-Fnaa square is about a 10 minute walk. The breakfast is good with coffee/tea, orange juice, different kind of bread, delicious cactus honey, sweet figs and strawberry jam. They even got up at 6 in the morning to make breakfast for us. Although their English is not very good and my french not so good it was still possible to talk to them and ask for good things to visit in the city and asking for good restaurants. They made a reservation for us at Le Chat Qui Rit which is a great french restaurant and reasonable priced.
This is a great place to stay when you are in Marrakesh!