Wifi is really spotty - never seemed to work in my room, so I had to Skype in the public areas, which, with the time difference, meant that I was keeping people up at night. I don't blame this on the hotel, because I had the same experience all over Morocco.
This was my first riad in Morocco, and it really set the standard for the rest of my trip. The owner was absolutely lovely and made a reservation at a terrific restaurant for me in the medina. Soufian, the assistant, went out of his way to help me with everything - he walked me into town and showed me the sights and a great sandwich place. He walked me to dinner (I surely would have gotten lost in the medina) and made me mint tea several times a day. Breakfast on the rooftop terrace was probably one of the best I had in Morocco. I loved napping in the sun on the comfy couches on the roof. The public spaces were beautifully furnished - one area had tons of photo books on Morocco to read, and an iPod with great music played in the background while you could just relax with a book and glass of mint tea. Overall, the Albarnous was a wonderful introduction to Moroccan hospitality.