This authentic Moroccan hotel has a great position right on the beach, just 5-minutes’ drive from Agadir’s centre.
This whitewashed, traditional-style hotel has views over the Atlantic. It’s also got its own stretch of private beach, complete with 4-poster cabanas that are the ideal spot for a massage.
Inside, the décor is best described as modern Moroccan – think ornate tiles and contemporary furnishings. The hotel’s got a handy spot, too – it’s just a 5-minute drive from the centre of Agadir. And whatsmore, it's had a refurbishment ready for summer 2016.
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At the spa centre they are offering treatments using Thalassotherapy techniques. You can choose from a variety of algae and fango body wraps.
2 Outdoor pools
The curvy number comes with a wraparound terrace with sunbeds and parasols aligning the pool, plus there's a shower area. The smaller pool is heated in winter.
Visit the Moroccan restaurant for traditional local specialities. Just see reception to make a reservation.
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twin room with limited sea view and balcony or terrace
These twin rooms come with 1 extra bed. There’s air-conditioning. Plus you’ll have a balcony or terrace outside for that extra bit of space.
twin room with balcony or terrace
These twin rooms have a bright and airy feel. Outside you’ll find a balcony or terrace for that extra bit of space. Air-conditioning is also available from May to October.
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Nice but would not go back
The hotel itself was beautiful. Certain staff were extremely helpful, others could be quite rude. Had a very poor arrival due to us checking in, getting our room key to then find the room an absolute mess!!! It was as though someone had just made out in the bed! The food was lovely and although all inclusive you could go out and have lovely walks to the marina. The surroundings were stunning. There was a lack of entertainment and drinks and food are not available 24/7 as like most all inclusive. More
Good hotel for a 4 star
We booked as a last minute deal. Booked private transfer from airport which was speedy and arrived within 35 mins of getting out of airport - would recommend as we had unpacked and in the bar before the coach had arrived! Room was on top floor and looked directly out to the wonderful beach - brill. Large room with twin beds together, sofa lots of space and nicely decorated. Separate loo and shower room with louvre doors. Shower was really enormous with great water pressure - one of the best we have had. Had fridge with free large bottles of water which were replaced regularly. Free toiletries were only small sachets. Towels were clean maybe on the thin side and replaced daily. Room was cleaned really well every day even had roses in the room nice touch. Hotel has been nicely refurbished although the lift we used seemed a bit outdated and tiles outside needed repair on some of the floors and we saw a few older people trip over exposed edges. Restaurants were large and a little noisy canteen like. Found eating in the outside areas for breakfast and lunch a nicer experience - although you have to be aware of the smokers!! The food in general was ok and you could always find something to eat. We tried both the seafood and the Moroccan restaurants which were just ok very limited menus and lacked atmosphere. Preferred buffet for variety. Menus for specialist restaurants are displayed day before so you knew what you were booking. Like others have said found the drink strength lacking as they tended to be more local spirits as opposed to branded. Staff on reception were brilliant thoughout as indeed were bar/restaurant and security staff. Hotel has a big French/German clientele who like to 'reserve' their sunbeds early - you could always found space on the beach. The beach was truly wonderful and there is a promenade outside the hotel to walk along. Yes there are vendors who approach you but found them to be really respectful and if you said no that was it. Never felt hassled. All in all a great hotel for which we got for a good deal however felt lacking a bit on food/drink/entertainment quality so will probably try the Tikida Palace next time.More
we had a fab time here loved evey minute definitely will go back. Everyone was so friendly. They made you feel welcome. just one downer need a better variety of food not much choice for vegetarians. Most salads had meat in . rooms are very clean . More
Really very good, almost great
Recently stayed a week at this hotel in early February, weather was a pleasant 21-25 degrees daily, but they are short sunbathing days - 11 to around 4pm and then the heat is gone. We booked this for a very good price, which is reflected in the score and expectation as value for money. The comfort, service, surroundings and food are all superb, the main let down for us was the entertainment - or lack of. The general interior of the hotel is really really nice - to our taste, nice chesterfield style sofa's and antique and collectable type decorations. We have never had such good food from an AI hotel, even after paying nearly 3 times the price. Always plenty of choice, ensures substantial weight is gained in a short period. The staff are excellent, be sure to tip the waiters and bar staff around 20 dirhams and you will be well looked after. The cleaner always left our bed sheets in a different fancy shape everyday. There were plenty of comfortable sofa's and chairs to sit on during the evening - this is just as well as there wasn't a lot going on in the town at night. They don't do pubs or entertainment that you can find in many European countries - so the nights were quiet. The evening entertainment was very one dimensional - all focussed on people generally born pre - 1950, although to be fair they did probably make up around 70% of the guests. There was what I think could be termed a house band - they are obviously talented but we only sat there once for an hour and couldn't do it again. Some were getting up to ballroom dance etc, but this was as exciting as it got. It would have been nice from say 10pm to have some livelier music - even a couple of times a week at least. The beach seemed ok, we didn't spend any time on it - it's pretty wide and I think 5 kms long - a lovely walk along the promenade into the centre is around 25 mins. The sea was quite rough where the hotel was - a few were trying to surf, but heard someone on hotel mention the extremely strong undercurrent - not sure if it's like this in the summer months. Some were down reserving sun beds before 7am, and due to it being AI it can get pretty busy pretty quick. I would highly recommend if you just want a quiet week away in very good accommodation. If you want some nightlife then I don't think this hotel or the area would be suitable.More
Still the Best
This was our 2nd holiday at this hotel. We donât normally return to the same hotel unless it was extremely good. The Riu Tikida Hotel is extremely good. I think the remarkable friendliness of all the staff (receptionist, cleaners, gardeners, security staff, plus the waiters, animation team etc.) is what makes this hotel the best. Everyone always greeted you with a smile etc. The hotel itself is very well set out with plenty of seating around the concert room and the balcony above. For pre-dinner drinks the Yellow Bar has a very good pianist so one could enjoy pleasant music with a nice drink or two. Plenty of reviewers have mentioned the spaciousness of the rooms and the walk-in shower (plus the complementary bathrobes) and the quality of the restaurant/ food/ service etc being very good and I fully agree. The hotel cleaners are always working hard and we noticed that after evening dinner a group of cleaning staff spent over an hour steam cleaning all the food services in the restaurant. This was done every evening and gave us confidence of the level of cleanliness throughout this hotel. Although the majority of guests were French we did join in playing boules with them and some Belgium guests and they all made us first time players very welcome. We intend returning in October/November and hope to meet the same friendly staff once again ( and beat the French at boules !!)More
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