Ryad Mogador Al Madina

Address: Blvd du 20 Aout, secteur Balneaire, Agadir, 80000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Blvd du 20 Aout, secteur Balneaire, Agadir, is near Meknes Medina.
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        • Tennis Court
        • Outdoor pool
        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool
        • Beach
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Bar/lounge
        • Golf Course


        • Minbar in room
        • Non-smoking hotel
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Wireless internet connection in public areas
        • Breakfast Available
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Free parking
        • Family rooms


        • Suites


        • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
        • Concierge desk
        • Babysitting service
        • Room service
        • Business Services
        • Kids activities or Babysitting
        • Meal plan

        TripAdvisor Reviews Ryad Mogador Al Madina Agadir

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        Travel Blogs from Agadir

        A tale of two Morrocan cities

        A travel blog entry by arosenwach on Nov 09, 2015

        3 comments, 16 photos

        We're in Morroco! It was really interesting hearing people around the ship discuss whether it was safe to go to Morocco. Many chose to stay on board. The way we looked at it, was if the ship and tours didn't cancel the stop (like they did with Israel last week), then we would take a chance. We of course booked a ship's tour, and were glad to see that it was operated by Abercrombie and Kent. The bus and tour guide were great, and we've made several friends that we sat ...


        A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Sep 05, 2015

        We waved Essaouira goodbye and jumped on the bus south to another tourist hotspot on the coast, Agadir. As a modern city with no old town or Medina it was a different vibe around Agadir. Resorts, shops and restaurants dominated the town with a LA like boulevard to match. Arriving late in the afternoon we grabbed some dinner at the English Pub and headed down along the boulevard to take in the site and sounds of Agadir ...

        Welcome to Morocco

        A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Apr 21, 2015

        52 photos

        ... and umbrellas for the exclusive use of their guest.

        Agadir was once a fortified granary (kasbah) balanced on top of a rocky hill top overlooking the bay. Then on one fateful day in February 1960 a massive earthquake struck crumbling the fort into ruins and taking the lives of 18,000 people. Unable to cope with the aftermath, authorities, to prevent the spread of disease, left the dead where they were buried in and sprayed the area with DDT and Lime.

        Happy Anniversary!

        A travel blog entry by pedrosarodano on Jul 31, 2013

        4 photos

        ... the path in front of our hotel's restaurant. By the time Dan and I raced back there were several people looking after her and Dan and I became bystanders. Once the shock had passed she's walked away with a little graze on her hip and a stiff shoulder. I think we will have to get that checked out as it may be more damaged than we can tell for now. And we are hoping to have a nice anniversary dinner this evening. I think Dan will have to chop up his mother's food for her ...

        Postvisit Agadir: Back in the Souss Region

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 19, 2013

        5 photos

        ... is all their missing. I try with one of my Berber riffs, but I guess I don’t have the rhythm quite right, and the guy on the drums was having a hard time following along… So then I try bluegrass and voila! He got the rhythm right away! I’ve found it almost a rule of thumb: “when all else fails, play bluegrass” it almost never fails to please a crowd anywhere in the world!