If you can, try not to be too overwhelmed by irrational fear as your arrive - those new to Morocco may find the arrival into e street and trek down the lane ways quite daunting, however splash some cash to the local boys who will no doubt offer to help, smile and relax, and all will be alright! The riad itself is beautiful. The staff were attentive and very kind, and to thing was too much trouble. The breakfast on the terrace was always lovely - the bread and takes might look unappealing, but they're filing, and the home made yoghurt and fresh orange juice is to die for. The room was comfortable, and the cleaning staff great. The location was brilliant - in the old town, with plenty of soul and personality, just slightly off the tourist track, but still close enough to comfortably stroll to most places. The winning factor for us was the local hustle and bustle in the streets around the riad. We often played football with the local children of a night, and ducked out to the local bakeries to take a chance on something delicious but unidentifiable. If you want American conveniences, bland and modern decor, and absolute silence, this (gladly!!) isn't the place for you. Thank you so much for your beautiful warmth and hospitality!