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.
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Golf discounts at Golf du Soleil.
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.
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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.
Visit the Moroccan restaurant for traditional local specialities. Just see reception to make a reservation.
Head to the spa for treatments that will leave your skin feeling like cashmere or take a dip in the pool the choice is yours.
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These rooms have a light and airy feel with neutral decor. They can sleep up to three, with twin beds, plus a single camp bed on request or they can be sold as a single. There's air-conditioning, central heating, a small fridge, a satellite TV with limited channels along with daily maid service and towel change. The linen is changed every four days.
twin room with limited sea view
These rooms come with a limited sea view and have a light and airy feel with neutral decor. They can sleep up to three, with twin beds, plus a single camp bed. There's air-conditioning, central heating, a small fridge, a satellite TV with limited channels along with daily maid service and towel change. The linen is changed every four days.
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At RiuTikida Beach, January 15-22, 2015, food and drink excellent, entertainment variable but generally good, weather mixed (one grey day,evenings cool to cold). Open air pool swimmable if a bit chilly to enter. There was a heated indoor pool but you had to pay extra (even though holiday was all inclusive) and it was very small. At the Riu Tikida Dunas, a year before, there was a big indoor pool, heated, and part of the all-inclusive deal. Flights with Thomson were punctual indeed slightly early: very good. On the whole,good value. The location at Agadir is very attractive, with the view of the long beach and the rolling Atlantic breakers. Hotel was clean and smart, with a useful little library of books.More
I went with my friend for 4 night this holiday was very nice and beautiful everyone was help for at the front desk and the room was clean and lovely. The down fault i would say is the amount of cats in the hotel was a bit put off they were in the dinning room and restaurant it was a well put off when eating part from that the hotel greatMore
Kemesha G, London, United Kingdom
lovely hotel,lovely location,helpful and friendly staff
We have just returned from here and it is a lovely place to stay. There are a few things that could be improved which I will detail but on the whole great hotel. The rooms are gorgeous,spacious,spotless and a different towel and petal arrangement awaited us daily. Definitely go for a higher floor and overlooking pool or sea.we had room 327 and had a view of both from our balcony. The food is lovely in both main restaurants for all meals and it was lovely to be given a bottle of wine instead of a glass. There are a lot of steps in the hotel, which didn't affect us but would be a problem for some. The tables for two are far too close to one another if you want intimacy, it is difficult with them like this. There are a lot of cats around which we loved but if you don't like cats you would not like this. The staff are smashing, amil in the main restaurant was lovely to us and helped me with additional French words. The pool is really cold, only the brave few ventured in,myself included. Spa was lovely but you need to book ahead.More
Julie N, Tamworth, England, United Kingdom
I enjoyed my stay at this hotel check-in was a breeze. Bags were delivered to your room later on which is good has you could go and have lunch once you are checked in. Transfer from the airport to the hotel took about 30 minutes. Staff at the front desk were very friendly and helpful no matter what question or queries you had. Even went as far as helping one night after the restaurant and buffet had close they helped us to order pizza from Pizza Hut and called us once it has arrived. Omar at the front desk was very helpful along with Youssef in the restaurant area was most helpful. The rooms were a big and spacious. It's clean and tidy and lining got changed every day. Our room overlooks the pool area had lots of sunshine coming into the room which was a added bonus. They are to cashpoints (ATM) at this hotel which was very helpful one is in the main lobby area and one is by the hotel front gate. I found that my bank gave great exchange rate when in Morroco therefore the cashpoint was very helpful to have in the lobby. Wi-Fi is only available in the lobby and receptionist area so in the evening they tend to be lack of space to sit to get good signal because everyone is there catching up with messages or friends and family. The food I personally believe needs to be a bit hotter it's always lukewarm and by the time you take it to your table it's going cold and not as enjoyable as it could've been. The hotel is on the beach however be careful when you step out onto the beach area there are hagglers wanting to sell you knickknacks and lots of other stuff/junk. There is also children asking and begging for money and can be quite persistent even when you've told them no numerous times. My main problem with this hotel was the amount of cats that were in the resident of the hotel. They were all over the place by the pool,in the dining area, in the lobby you could not turn around with out seeing a cat or two. At one point I counted eight (8) cats. I have even seen guest feeding the cats at the table so this encourages more cats to come into the dining area. The staff acted as if this was the normal to have cats all over the place. I personally did not like this because I do not like animals around me and my food and especially when I'm eating. I'm having to fight off or chase away cats from sitting under my table and meowing at me for food or attention. This Hotel for me could be a lot better if they lose those CATS. I have never been to a hotel before that allow so many animals to roam around its grounds. Apart from the cat problem I enjoyed my visit to this hotel. If it weren't for the cats I would definitely give it a five-starMore
Seen it, done it, wouldnt do it again
My partner 36 and I 32, booked to visit this hotel between Christmas and New Year 2014-2015. Upon arrival we were greeted with cocktails and were very quickly checked in and taken to our room, which was pleasant. The room was clean and quite spacious, room 207, which had a slight sea view and slightly overlooked the pool. We arrived for approximately 2pm which allowed us time to leave the bags and go to explore before the sunshine disappeared. Within the first hour of being there we noticed there were a large number of French people and very few English (as far as we could tell) and I must say I found them all rather rude. To which, through out the week they seemed to get worse and worse. I can say on two or three occasions my chair was 'shoved' out of their way in the restaurants, if they could not pass me. I point this out as this then had an impact on the service, it seemed if you weren't French, you were on your own. You could even tip the waiters and this wouldn't make a difference. This French theme also seemed to trip over to the food that was served. Whilst the food was very plentiful and served throughout the whole day, it was also very bizarre. For example a turkey tagine that was severed one night still had pink meat and whilst a typical British person would think 'umm pink white meat, maybe not' the French were devouring it. Along with the blue joints of beef, now I know some people like it this way it still shouldn't still be bleeding !! During the evenings there was entertainment however I must say karaoke singer at best. There were some English songs thrown in, however again this was mainly French. Oh and the English ones I would advise you not to sing along to as the verses and choruses are all over the show. I know that France and Morocco have a relationship however this did make the holiday not as enjoyable as it could have been. The few English people we did end up talking too all confirmed they felt the same and would not be returning. There is also a huge amount of cats at this hotel. They are in the restaurants, they sunbath on your sun loungers so if you are allergic to them please make sure you take antihistamines. They are a nightmare. They also have a fish restaurant here where you need to book at the beginning of the day should you wish to attend. We did this one night but quickly wished we hadn't bothered. A typical restaurant which you have to book into generally has a menu even if there is only a couple of choices however this one doesn't. It is a set menu. We arrived at 7PM and were quickly seated, within a few minutes a starter was placed in front of us. We had slices of raw fish with olive oil and capers over the top. I would like to point out not a sushi type of raw fish but more of a loin just cut into slices. I personally don't like raw fish so didn't eat it, the waiter seemed quite offended when he came to collect my plate. The main course was a fillet of fish filled with a curry sauce which was ok but again not something I would have chosen from a menu. The saving grace was the vanilla slice at the end. We quickly finished up and went to visit the main canteen. I am kind of glad we went as again it is an experience, however should you visit I would recommend taking a trip up to the English pub which is a 15 minute walk away. The place smells like fish and chips and you can get a proper drink !! which helps to balance the inner being. I stand by my last comments before we boarded the plane home 'I don't care what they say about the British being loud, rowdy and always drinking... At least we all have manners know how to say please, thank you and EXCUSE ME'More
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