We were 6 adults and 6 kids and had rented the entire Riad for three nights. Our experience was quite negative.
Here is a list of items that made our stay at the Riad very unpleasant,
1) Bad entrance: Most rooms were very dark and dingy; multiple bulbs were out in almost all rooms which were never addressed during our entire stay in spite of us bringing it up with the manager
2) One room had a heavily leaking shower which was clearly not checked/maintained. It had to be fixed during our stay for it to be usable.
3) Blocked sink in one of the bathrooms throughout the stay
4) Toilet flush leaked and tank wouldn't fill unless you played with the lever
5) Downstairs room and bathroom had a bad sewer smell
6) The manager at the Riad tried to get someone else to stay at the Riad even though we had booked and paid for the entire Riad. Outrageous !
7) They tried to change the taxi charge and bag carrying fees en route to airport
9) There was constant in and out of the Riad at night time (by folks at the front office)
10) the kitchen area was old and dirty.
A bunch of things that should have been addressed before we were there, then many remained unfixed through our stay, and then hustling us with attempts at extra guests, changing fees, extra charges. Just a slew of annoyances, each on their own aren't big (except extra guest) but when seen as a whole, portrays a blatant disregard for the guest and unprofessional behavior. Pretty surprising, given that this is basically run as a hotel (i.e. it is not as if someone is sharing their home).
Just a couple of positives I can think of,
(1) Location in the medina and closeness to the souks/Jemaa el-Fna
(2) Breakfast/coffee were good
Overall I would not recommend staying at this Riad and would look elsewhere.