This riyad was a major disappointment. I expected a nice, friendly guesthouse based on the good ratings; but ended up in a dark and sad house with hardly any guests, weak wifi signal and poor breakfast every day.
When we arrived the place was literraly pitch black, no lights in the garden, chairs put up on the tables, giving us the feeling that we were the only unlucky souls booking here.
I booked the Red Room; which was incredibly small. It was only as big as the bed, and there was no place where to put the bags. It was on the ground floor, and you could hear people talking loudly on streets when you went to the the bathroom. (The bathroom is funnily almost as big as the bedroom...)
I immediately wanted to upgrade to a better room. As the hotel was nearly empty it did not seem such a difficult request, but the on-site manager was unwilling to help citing later bookings. He did not honor the temp solution we agreed on the first night, moving into a bigger room for a few days until until it was indeed reserved. He simply let an other reservation thru after our initial agreement.
Breakfast is a joke compared to the other riyads, kasbahs and even hostels on our 3 weeks trip in Morocco. It merely consisted a stale bread, a pastry and some butter or jam and just a drink.
Also, they can't really speak English, so it is difficult to communicate with them.
I stronly recommend to book elsewhere, as Riad Puchka is a badly run, disorganized place.
I guess the location is okay, Jemaa el Fna, the big square is 10 min away. But it is tucked away in an alley, so ask for a transfer from the airport / train station to find it at first time. Beware of the locals, as they will most definitely ask money to show you the way. Learn the landmarks / graffitis on the wall to be able to move hassle free on the streets.