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That is a day full of work so we got up early and at 9 o'clock were already leaving for our first visit.
Ramada Almohades 4* - Not bad... Tidy, small and green... Also old, and it really looks rather old... But not a bad choice all in all=)
Sofitel Agadir 5* - Veeeery good hotel, great place, beach under the window, grandiose pool …
So, the third day in Agadir started early... Our group gathered in the hall to go to excursion in the town of Taroudant. Before the trip I should say that Morocco has a very rare kind of tree - Argan. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argan). This tree is unique throughout the world, it grows only in North-western Africa, and it's protected by Moroccan …
... of small carparks absolutely rammed full. We got out and headed along a path for about 20 minutes before coming to a wide river which we crossed. There were lots of huts selling water and fresh orange juice and for the first time since Marrakech we heard English being spoken in British, American and Australian accents. We followed the track to a big set of swimming holes that were bursting with people. Ross took a ...
On Saturday we drove south towards Agadir. We took the toll road so got there in a couple of hours. Agadir is the regional capital of the south and attracts many tourists, mainly from France and Germany, each year. The campground was empty again as the winter is when it is busiest with European tourists in search for some winter sun. Once we arrived in the afternoon we wondered around town for a bit. Agadir is nothing like other ...
Nice day today. Started off cloudy and cool. Fortunately the fish prefer the misty conditions and we had more success in the morning. We all caught fish and Dan had a good swim. We shared the boat with a group of 9 French. (Bordeaux apparently). Some appeared to be flight crew as one lept ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews lti Agadir Beach Club
Not the greatest of holiday experiences.....................
Uncertain at first after avoiding passport control bribes at the airport. Lots of steps at the hotel (no lifts). Excellent view over pool and sea, extra large balcony and air conditioning. Maid Service excellent Hotel was very clean through out, entertainment was all in french but we still enjoyed it. There were some exceptional members of the animation team that when you got to know them made it a really fun holiday for both kids and adults.
well my husband and i stayed at the beach club for the first two weeks of july and found it well above your average spanish/turkish/greek 4* the staff were always polite and extremely helpfull, the hotel was kept very clean, the rooms were on the small side but again clean with fresh bed linen every other day and clean towels every day.
Just returned from a 2 week stay in the Agadir Beach Club Hotel, absolutely superb hotel, friendly, helpful staff who were always on hand & nothing was too much trouble. Hotel was clean & child friendly. Rooms cleaned everyday, towels supplied for use around the pool & on the private beach. The beach was no more than 100 yards from our room, which was great, the sea was nice & warm, beach is cleaned daily.
Beautiful Hotel with excellent facilities
We returned from a week at the Agadir Beach Club over a week ago and it was great. The rooms were lovely, the hotel is gorgeous, there is a great selection of 5 restaurants in the evening, a piano bar, a cocktail bar, snack bar for lunch. It was lovely.
The food is lovely and the staff are friendly.
We barely left the resort for the week, it was so comfortable.
The restaurants are reasonably priced, and with some tour operators you can do a half-board option.
One tip - set your alarm early to put down your towels on the sun-loungers by the pool as there is usually a rush.
Well back at last from our stay in the Beach Club Hotel and I'm sorry but after reading other reviews I now must throw the cat amoungst the pidgeons so to speak. First the bad points about the Hotel: the rooms are VERY noisy, there is no soundproofing whatsoever to speak of and if people are talking as they walk past your room you believe that they are in your room with you. It is badly in need of a re-furbishment; with the rooms showing signs of age - mold in the bathrooms; broken fittings; items not working etc. The rooms are small and the so called terrace for our room was barely a 4ft by 4ft square just outside the door, just large enough to squeeze in 2 chairs.
Just returned from 7 nights at the Agadir Beach Club with my girlfriend....
Horrible experience, glad we were only there for one night
The hotel is completely in need of refurbishment and staff retraining. It is filthy dirty and smells of sewage in many areas. A sea view room should not include a view of the main road and nothing else!!!
Just arrived back from the Agadir Beach Club and had an amazing holiday. It's perfect for a couples holiday especially if you go early in the summer before all the children arrive. We didn't have a sea view room but saw one and if you are thinking about it it is worth the extra money. The pool was fantastic however towards the end of our holiday it started to get busier so it was harder to find a sun lounger so again go early in the summer. In saying that the whole of Agadir was only begining to fill and become lively so depending on what your are after,the timing of your trip is important. The Restaurants are lovely, there are five i think but we only tried three and enjoyed them all. There is a really nice bar that had a band on every night but it closed a bit too early for my liking but that didn't matter cause there is a nightclub in the hotel as well so we just headed there. I would highly reccommend this hotel because it really did have everything, the pool, the beach, the food, the bar and nightclub, friendly staff(maybe sometimes over friendly but that's their way). The rooms were cleaned to a high standard every day. So what more could you ask for. We'll defo be going back!