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.
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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 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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Yet another brilliant Riu hotel
Arrived home early hours of this morning 4th October.The Tikida beach is a lovely hotel staff are all brilliant a big shout out to the pool bar guys they did an absolutely amazing job and even smiled nicely when the rude people clicked thier fingers at them for service Well Done guys.Entertainment during the day was a bit hit and miss mostly miss the man that does the water aerobics dos'nt seam to earn his money sat around talkng most of the time but we met a fabulous couple Michelle and Miles(hi guys) who were hilarious im sure anyone at the hotel same time as me will know them just hope Hinge and Bracket looked after them after we left ha ha ha..Room kept spot less food lovely well kept hotel If you want to relax and recharge your batteries then this is the place for you...Only negative i have is the night club next door certain rooms can hear the music late at night and gets rather annoying but Thanks Riu Tikida BeachMore
Stayed here in Sept 2016 lovely clean hotel are bedroom spotless and very spacious. Hairdryer, tv, fridge with water in every day, choice of food great always something to choose salad ,pasta, fish, turkey, chicken, pizza ,Moroccan ect just wish it was hotter as I like my food piping hot. Pool area lovely just wish the weather was better as cloudy every day until about 11-11.30 and a couple of occasions not until 3-4 ish but what can you do. Beach lovely went in the sea great. And the walk to the marina long but lovely, you can hire bicycles or scooters to go up and down on we paid 100 dirums each for an hour. Reception staff very friendly and helpful you can hire an iron & ironing board 500 dirums you get that back. Staff in the cassa blanca bar fab . Entertainment well we had a good laugh but same man singing every night the same songs needs to be more variety they did have a few acts on but only for about 10-15 min before the singer took over again. Overall a good relaxing holiday just needs a few tweaks here and there. And needs tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms ðð». More
Have just returned from this hotel. We went there last year before the refurb and the difference is amazing. The pool area is especially impressive with many double beds in small alcoves. The food is good (although some guests did complain about monotony) but the restaurants are kept very clean as is the whole hotel and the staff are extremely friendly. The Moroccan restaurant is very good. You did sometimes feel the french had slight preferential treatment at mealtimes but, of course, they speak the same language so it is easier to communicate. Majority of the staff are the same as before, which we think is a good sign, and remembered us. The Manager asked us what we thought of the hotel now and we mentioned there needed to be a handrail down the steps from the pool area to the main restaurant. He said there would be one in place before we left and lo and behold there was. A lovely bespoke stainless steel handrail is now in position - that is service! Overall this is a lovely friendly hotel and we would definitely revisit.More
Keith R, 186363
Hotel beautiful food to die for . I would recommend this hotel staff very friendly would go back . Plenty to do small pool but plenty of sun beds .went to Pure Pasha A restaurant in the Mariner picked up and brought home by there mimi bus wonderful food and very reasonably priced wine abit expensive about 30 pound a bottle More
Great hotel, had a lovely time.
We've just got back from Riu Tikida Beach and we had a lovely time! We stayed in room 108 which overlooked the pool, was very spacious and very quiet. We found the staff excellent and very friendly (we didn't notice any preference for French guests or tippers). We arrived after dinner had stopped service and were happy to find a small plate of food left for us in our room, nothing special, but very welcome. The food in the main restaurant was good with plenty of choice. My wife is vegetarian and was satisfied with the choice in the main buffet as often vegis are barely catered for, but here there was something different most nights. However, in the other 'specialist' restaurants there are zero vegetarian options, even when mentioning she was a vegetarian in advance when booking. The entertainment was...... fine, though a little repetitive and directed towards the more mature guests. The entertainment was basically a slightly cheesy cabaret singer coaxing old ladies to come dance with him. We watched a couple of nights which was fine, but every night would have been too much. There was an occasional special act on, but these lasted around 5-10 mins before the singer came back on. The rooms were cleaned daily and to a high standard, the hotel and grounds in general were spotless.More
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