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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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Speciality restaurants for dinner.
Unlimited local and select imported alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks-10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities ► View all
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.
Rooms ► View all
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.
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.
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Lovely relaxing holiday
I Am currently in the Riu resort with family and it's far exceeded expectations. I would say the surroundings and food are five star along with the fantastic front desk staff. Mustafa the front desk manager has been wonderful and went the extra mile to welcome and accomodate us. Food: The food is a real treat and plentiful. Huge array of fresh food from sushi, salads, fish etc. Particularly the fish restaurant is wonderful and has great sunset views. drinks: Average, The beer is tasty however the wine is a little bitter on only one choice. The cocktails are not on par with the rest Of The resort, they're not hand made and come out of a machine. If this was rectified I think it would be amazing. Entertainment: Very much aimed at the more mature guests. Being in my late twenties I'm not really interested in a man singing 70'd music and swing dancing. This is all the entertainment so far... Other people in their 20's - 40's have all commented in this too. All in the hotel is really gorgeous, the rooms bright and modern but could do with an overhaul in entertainment and drinks menu. Once these are addressed it would be easily a 4+* hotel :) More
James K, 186605
Wow, what a hotel!
I think this is by far my most favourite hotel visit I have ever had.. Ever member of staff is very polite and caring, it is clear to see they love their jobs! The food is absolutely yummy and had no problems finding things to eat. The hotel is beautiful, very relaxed, modern and just all round stunning Will definitely be coming back here! Currently do not want to leave More
Good quality hotel
We enjoyed a 10 night stay over Easter. I emailed in advance for a quiet room, that's what I got. Plenty of sun beds and umbrellas, no need to get your towel out early unless you want a specific spot. Used the al a carte fish restaurant, the one that overlooks the promenade. The food was fine, however the restaurant lacked any ambience whatsoever. The buffet restaurant for breakfast and dinner was very good. We had the all inclusive option, no need to chase the waiters for a drink, they left the bottle on the table and were quick to top you up. The condition of the hotel throughout was very good. Lots of places to sit both inside and out when enjoying a drink Don't be put off by an earlier review advising not to tip in pound coins, I for one was happy to change the coins into notes for them. We felt safe through out our stay. Many thanks to all the staff for looking after us during our stay.More
Quiet and relaxing
Stayed here during April 2017 for an Easter week in the sun. The hotel has absolutely stunning interiors - clearly a lot of money has been spent on the revamp which has been done to a very high standard. The rooms are very spacious with big balconies and we were lucky enough to overlook the sea. The pool area is calm and very relaxing and, in contrast to some of the other reviews on here, we had no trouble getting sun loungers. However, some of the larger day beds around the smaller pool were often taken quickly, and sadly some guests would leave towels on them for hours on end without returning. This issue needs to be addressed regularly. Having said this, we did one day see a pool attendant going around abandoned beds collecting towels and freeing up the beds. This needs to be done daily. The staff in general are very friendly but unfortunately I have to agree with some of the other comments on here regarding tipping. It was obvious from our first day that some of the staff had their favoured guests (those who constantly tipped). I'm happy to tip towards the end of my holiday if I have received good service but you shouldn't feel like you have to tip to receive good service. Sadly, this is how some of the staff worked which is wrong. All staff should be happy to serve all of their guests and treat them equally. They should not be giving preferential treatment, i.e. reserving the best tables, to certain guests. There is a range of food to suit most tastes here and there's always lots of lovely fresh salads and fruit. We particularly enjoyed the fish restaurant. The Moroccan restaurant has beautiful interiors but unfortunately doesn't cater for non-meat eaters. The drinks choices are ok but I agree with other reviews that they do taste quite weak. It's a shame they don't offer sparkling wine. The beach at the front of the hotel is huge and it's nice that you can walk all the way along the promenade into town. There's not a great deal of things to do in Agadir but it's good to be able to have a walk around straight from the hotel. The hotel is extremely clean, inside and out around the pool. Unfortunately, there was some litter on the beach - not a lot but it would be good to make sure that this is cleaned regularly, particularly in front of the hotel's loungers. There are plenty of bins along the beach so this could easily be addressed. On the whole the hotel is fairly environmentally friendly and there are separate bins to sort your recycling waste which was excellent. I just hope things like drinking straws (which are totally unnecessary) are recycled too. Water stations would be better than having to use bottled water all of the time - the hotel must get through thousands of bottles each day! And the toiletries would be better if they were in large pumps that could be refilled rather than in tiny sachets. I recommend all guests bring their own anyway. All in all a nice relaxing week away. More
Do not tip with pound coins
If you are looking for a great adults only hotel in a fantastic location with wonderful staff and fabulous food and drink then Tikida Beach fits the bill. We had to change rooms half way through the holiday due to an infestation of ants which were crawling everywhere including inside the toilet. A little unpleasant but reception were happy to provide an alternative room immediately. Excellent free WiFi throughout the entire hotel and grounds. There are several reviews advising giving Â£1 coins as tips. On our last day the receptionist asked me if I would swap 20 pound coins for a Â£20 note as coins are no use to them. Staff speak excellent English and we did not find that French guests received better treatment than we did. The staff are quick to notice which tables you prefer and what drinks you like and by the end of our stay we were having window tables reserved for us with a bottle of wine cooling in an ice bucket. My only complaint is that the tables in the main restaurant are too close together. Often there would be only about 1-2 inches separating the tables and it felt like we were dining with a group of strangers rather than as a couple. We had a lovely time relaxing in the sunshine over the New Year period and would definitely like to return. Highly recommended.More
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