We only stayed one night, (150 dh) and we chose this hotel because it was right across from the desert tour office we had booked a trip with.
Overall this is a basic riad, somewhat clean (although the toilets are iffy), somewhat decorated. The room was large though with ample space and a large window onto the street. Mostly just other Moroccon visitors.
The street it is on is very conveniently located near a street where you can catch taxis, and is surrounded by cafes, grills, and some european clothing shops. You can see the Jemaa El Fna square as soon as you walk out and are only a few minutes walk from the souks.
Not much goin on here but it seemed like a safe place to store your bags while you explore Marrakech. But if you're going all the way to Morocco you might as well try some of the livelier and more interesting hotels, like the Sherazade or Hotel Ali. You will have to pay a bit more (instead of $20, $40), but it is definitely worth it to love the place you stay.More