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 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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A peaceful retreat
This hotel is great if you want peace and quiet. The clientele is on average mainly french and german over the age of 55. The staff are nice enough but it seems that they are only concerned for the french guests. The bar staff at lounge bar close to reception are amazing and can not be faulted. The restaurant staff leave a lot to be desired and once again are noticeably more attentive to elderly french guests, even reserving tables for their favourite guests. The hotel itself is lovely, clean, well maintained with stylish decor. It is definitelya hotel to consider if you are looking for somewhere to relax in a peaceful well managed environment. It is also well situated with easy access to most of agadir. My only gripe would be that they need more sun beds or they need to get the pool boys to stop reserving them for favoured guest, we were at the hotel for four days before we were able to get a sunbed and this was only posdible because my partner paid one of the pool boys.More
good location and good food
Enjoyed my stay here, was 1 week at the end of May, good weather. The restaurants serve a good variety of food and I actually enjoyed the all inclusive by eating small servings, just to try the different selection of food that was on offer. Good location, about a 30 minute walk to the marina, but was quiet during the day. Right across the promenade from the beach. Lovely pool, but.... everyone seems to ignore the rules and reserves their beds by 8am, there are loads of beds though. Had a room on the 2nd floor to start with which was above the band stand,, so can be noisey if you go to bed early, lucky for me, I managed to move rooms and ended up in room 99, sea view, was excellent for some afternoon sun bathing, all rooms are lovely and clean and the beds are comfortable. Would I stay again,,, yes I would. More
Douglas R, 503796
Absolutely love this place. In fact on day 2 we rebooked to come back. Extremely clean and beautiful surroundings. The only disappointme was having a meal in the Moroccan restaurant when we were "told off" for laughing too loud! In addition to this it wasn't done in a discrete way and this not only caused embarrassment to us but to other people. So we are currently trying not to laugh too loud, in fact we are practicing not smiling so as not to offend anyone. That said.... We haven't perfected it yet but there's a few miserable ones around that could give us lessons. Thank u for reading . Victor Meldrew our aspiration! More
A really amazing hotel, though wasn't impressed with location
We booked this holiday through Thompson on a 7 day all inclusive break. We were recommended this hotel because it was adult only, near a beach and had good reviews. We arrived at about 11pm so were fairly tired, and the receptionists were pleasant, and even left out a complimentary fruity drink for us to enjoy. It was a struggle trying to find our room - the staff told us our room number and roughly where it was, but we got lost along the way and after a long day of travelling got frustrated at not being shown exactly where the room was. However, after finding the room we were very pleasantly surprised. It was beautiful, with air conditioning, a walk in shower, TV and balcony. The view wasn't amazing but that didn't really bother us. A nice touch by the hotel was to leave a salad for us in our rooms - ham, egg, cheese, bread etc. After travelling this was a really nice touch. We had some problems with our shower not draining properly and the reception sent somebody up very quickly. I do find that they are very relaxed with time here - you will order something, or report a fault, and they will always sort it but never rush it. So often we would ask for a drink and wonder if they'd forgotten, then just before asking they would bring it to us. However, this is picking, as generally the service was excellent! The food choices were great - We didn't try out the restaurants, only the buffet. But they had a lot on offer depending on what you fancied - salad, burgers, chips, fish, and lots of dessert! I couldn't fault the food, it was very nice, and the service was absolutely amazing. I would often get up to make myself another drink only for a waiter to politely take my glass and get one for me! I would say that this hotel is very much for older guests or couples. I went with a friend, and it really didn't cater for us in terms of age or holiday experience. It was an adult only resort, which had its benefits - the hotel was lovely and quiet, never heard anyone drunkenly stumbling to their room at night or screaming children in the corridors! However, its downfall was also being quiet. The entertainment was extremely lacking. Obviously in a family resort there is entertainment for a wider audience, but here the only entertainment was really relaxed singing and things like that. I would therefore say to avoid this hotel if you are going with friends, as you could probably find a similar resort with more entertainment on offer. More points to mention about the hotel - as with most holidays, people reserve the seats at very early hours of the day. It was often full at 9am, so I would get a seat at around 7.30 if you want a decent sunlounger - if you're like me however, you can sometimes get lucky if you walk around long enough! The pool was lovely, and the resort was extremely clean. The cleaner of our hotel room really did an amazing job! However... I wasn't so impressed with the location. It was right near a beach which sounded great in the Thompsons shop, but whilst there it was full of people playing football so you couldn't really walk along comfortably. As expected, a lot of people hassle you to buy things too. PLEASE be careful though, as they can do this in sneaky ways! Especially the man with a camel along the beach, who will very forcefully try and get you on the camel. You just have to learn to say no quite assertively and don't stop walking, otherwise they won't leave you alone. Also, even though the weather forecasts say it'll be boiling - it's not that hot. It's by the sea and the mountains, so is very overcast until about 3pm with a couple of hours of blue skies. Would I come here again? No, but that's because it didn't really cater to a young female coming on holiday with a friend. If you're a couple, or an older group, and just want to relax then it could very well be what you're looking for. One more word of warning - it's even quieter in Ramadan! We didn't know it was Ramadan until we got there, after being sold the hotel on the basis of having a nightclub, then getting there to find it closed.More
I was Looking for Adult Only Hotel for quiet relaxing stay
Chose this hotel after reading the very good reviews overall (only room positions seemed to get bad reviews) and wanted to avoid a room facing a wall - ground floor facing wall - over noisy Nightclub or facing road. Standard Single rooms could be ones without balcony. Thomson only U.K. operator I found only had standard rooms available when I wanted to book and flights from Gatwick horrible times. Stansted nearest airport to me so booked flights with Ryan Air taxi transfer and booked sea view room direct with Riu Hotels. Cost virtually same as with Thomson. Room on floor one (116) - good position and rooms very well decorated - only thing lacking was hanging hooks - bathroom had 2 next to shower - which took bath towels - nowhere to put dressing gown or whatever - floor only option. Bedroom same could do with coat hooks at entrance large space not used just blank walls. Restaurants bars and pools and gardens all well appointed and looked after - just about enough sun beds but we found despite notice do not reserve beds by 9am all the good places were reserved. Food was good in all restaurants and a good selection. The Moroccan Restaurant was only open 3 times a week - same with fish Restaurant - alternate days and Mondays closed. Fish Restaurant lacked atmosphere - Moroccan was traditional with music. Entertainment was not exceptional - resident band good but after ten days you knew which song came next - no variation. Singer did come up with 1 new song one night. My only complaint (my bad luck) was on our last Saturday a large group checked in approx 40-50 - nearly all males and they stayed until we went home following Tuesday. Our peace ended - lots of noise everywhere - quite a few complaints from guests. As it was our last chance to go to Fish Restaurant on the Saturday tried to make a reservation the day before but told it was not possible. We then found out that the Restaurant had been taken over by the Convention for the group. The position of the Hotel was good - facing promenade and beach - Hotel had own beach section but no refreshments. Not far from marina and 20dirham takes you there or Uniprix Supermarket which is cheaper than souk. Fridge magnets at souk 20-25 dirham 10 dirham at supermarket. Lots of items cheaper. There are a few shops near hotel (turn left from entrance). There is a fixed price shop and his fridge magnets 6 dirhams. Very good leather bag prices too. To get Wi-Fi connection get password from Reception. Lacking in lifts and lots of stairs to climb if you are on third floor. Overall enjoyed our stay just a pity it was spoilt by the convention noisy participants. Speaking French an advantage and at a guess 50% French - 30% British - rest mixed.More
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