I am hard pressed to find anything that I didn't enjoy at this Riad.Iif I have to find something, I would say that our room (we had the Chocolate room, which is at ground floor) lacks a bit in privacy, as Riads used to be family homes and therefore the rooms are not thought as individual units. The window overlooks the inner courtyard, so if one desires privacy, that window should be closed and no daylight comes in. However, we didn't find this to be problematic, so I wouldn't let this small detail deter you from booking this wonderful Riad.
I enjoyed everything about this property - the attention to detail is comparable to that of 5-star hotels. Habiba, the manager, and her team are absolutely amazing and make sure there's nothing that you might want and not get. From the fresh roses in the vases and rose petals when we arrived to offering us cold water when we left, everything was simply perfect. Wonderful breakfast, very clean rooms&common spaces, top-notch service. Tea was served to us even when we didn't specifically requested it, and it was not added to the bill. Actually, all of the little extras that we benefited from were included in the price of the room - something not very common in Morrocco.