Very helpful and friendly staff. Location close to central medina, but a fair maze to negotiate with your luggage to get to the hotel from where we were dropped off - no parking anywhere within ~200m+. Rooms OK - wouldn't hurt to invest in some new sheets. It is not really a riad, just a dar, as no central garden - just a big house. Bit of smell of cat urine in the foyer.
Extremely difficult to get luggage up stairs as they are closer to ladders - would not be suitable for elderly unless they could stay on the ground floor.
Breakfast on the roof terrace was very, very good, Lots of flatbreads, pancakes ricotta, jams, honey, coffee, juice and cake.
You need to have some confidence in your ability to navigate the maze of lanes to any restaurants, central medina or even back to your hotel. All the walls in the town are the most amazing shade of blue - however this does not exactly help navigation when everywhere looks the same and there are very few signs.,
Maybe also a good idea to provide some bottled water in the rooms.More
- Free Wifi