This Riad was perfect for our four night stay. Roughly a 10 minute walk from the hustle and bustle of the night market and nestled within a local area which added extra authentincy to our trip. The Riad itself is traditional with beautiful inspiring decor and a nice chilled out vibe.The rooftop terrace was perfect after a day out to catch some sun and rejuvenate before venturing out again in the evening. Our room was very nice and was cleaned daily with fresh towels etc.
Staff were laid back, friendly, helpful and quick to respond to any requests. Breakfast each morning is the same and simple consisting of yummy fresh orange juice, tea/coffee, simple bread, pancake and cake and delicious homemade vanilla yoghurt which I will attempt to make myself!
We enjoyed being in the heart of the local shops and community, this gave us more of an insight into everyday Moroccan life.
The walk to the Riad from the taxi drop off was a bit intimidating after a night flight as we were kinda harassed by a large group of local young-teen local boys trying to direct you to your Riad for money, they were harmless but very persistent so I would advise revising a map beforehand or tipping them a low small amount of change. This was our first time in Morocco so we soon got use to this.
Overall this Riad was really good value for money and we would defiantly stay again :)