As per other reviews, the two rooms on the ground floor are very musty, dark, and damp smelling, so contact the riad before booking to ask the names of the rooms on the top level, and book accordingly. Having said that, I did exactly this, but still ended up in a ground floor room for the first night (it was fine, but wouldn't want to stay downstairs for longer than a night). After speaking up, I was moved my second night. English speaking staff are not around a whole lot, so if you are needing lots of travel advice and recommendations, this is not the best place for that. Also just a word of warning (but this happens everywhere), on your way to the Riad for the first time with your luggage, you might have a few guys try to convince you that the Riad is closed (so that then they can suggest somewhere else to make commission). Simply ignore them, don't tell them the name of the place you are looking for, and continue on your way to the Riad!
Although there were a few small negatives, I would still recommend this place and stay here again!
Great little Riad, perfect location only a few minutes from the main square and the markets, but it's off a quiet laneway, so you feel like you are in another world. This was great, as it provided a nice quiet paradise away from the madness of the markets/souks. Rooms are cosy, but not teeny. They are clean, with decent shower and bathroom. Great little rooftop area to enjoy breakfast or to sit and read. Overall, a great, small, safe, nicely decorated, friendly, clean Riad. I would stay here again for sure.