When we arrived we stayed at the Meridian for a couple of days to unwind (really lovely hotel) and then went to Rabat. On our return to Marrakech Michel had offered to book us a taxi from the train station for roughly £10, we originally agreed but changed our minds once we realised how overpriced it was - we ended up getting a taxi for 40 dirhams (just over £3). The rooms were clean (only saw two cockroaches) and the beds were reasonably comfortable but we both had trouble sleeping. Food at the Riad had to be booked in advance so we ate in the main square, the food was excellent and I'd highly reccommend the two stalls at the farthest end from the Riad. When we left we asked Michel to book a taxi for us to the airport, he told us we had to pay 100 dirhams to the driver and he would pay the man with the cart (the Riad is down narrow alleyways so the driver waits at the nearest road) but the driver insisted we pay the man with the cart on top of the taxi fare - this seemed as though it could easily be a regular scam? I emailed Michel to let him know what had happened and suggested he stopped using that driver - I did not get a reply. In my opinion it was overpriced at 80€ a night, the Meridian was cheaper than the Riad! I would not go back.