Amadil Beach Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Amadil Beach Hotel Agadir
Un des meilleurs hôtels que j'ai visités. très grand avec du vert partout, son design est très original. L'hôtel dispose d'une plage privée sur laquelle la plupart des chambres donnent. La piscine est grande et presque toujours vide. Le service est excellent, et la nourriture y est bonne. l'animation du soir se passe dans le grand hall. L'hôtel amadil beach en vaut la peine!
My cousin and I (2 single females) have just returned from a week at this hotel and thought it very much had its advantages and disadvantages. The advantages were the great location, right on the beach, so you could roll out of bed right onto it!! Be warned though the beds and umbrellas were so close together they blocked out the sun! The locals were really friendly and all our concerns about 2 females on their own were soon dismissed. We felt comfortable walking around the resort and no-one realy bothered us except for the shop keepers who just want you to look in their shop. We didnt mind but they all sold the same thing!!
The rooms were pretty basic and did not provide the normal 4 star facilities like hairdryer, shampoo, etc.
The food was just about acceptable - inspite of a good variety of fresh fruits available at the local market, the hotel just served oranges and satsumas at every meal! Not much variety for vegetarians either. The beach was not kept very clean. However the swimming pool area was better. The kids pool is a small pond! and only suitable for a paddle. The big pool is not suitable to leave kids in even for a moment! The evening entertainment was very basic for adults. The kids enjoyed the entertainers dressed up in different characters and the mini-disco. We would not class this as a 4 star hotel!
Arrivée le jeudi 19 février et depart le jeudi 26 fevrier 2006.
This was a lovely hotel set right on the long sandy beach of Agadir. The rooms were large and the air conditioning could be left running even without the key card left in the lighting slot, a bonus on a couple of very hot days. The room was kept clean and towels changed daily and on a couple of days a bowl of fruit and a bottle of water were provided free.Our maid was able to speak a little English and chatted about her work and was generally very friendly.
We booked this hotel before reading any reviews, and we were very sceptical about what to expect after reading some of them. We were truly surprised. This is an excellent hotel situated right on the beach. There are plenty of sunbeds on the private beach with umbrellas and beach towels provided at no extra cost. There were more sunbeds around the pool again with umbrellas and towels provided.
we just got back from the Amadil Beach (we were a party of 7, youngest 17 yrs, oldest 52 yrs) and as I was a bit put off by one of the reviews I'd seen, I thought I'd add mine.
Very much enjoyed our visit to this hotel (2 adults plus 2 teenagers). Enjoyed the choice of restaurants each night and the music in the very attractive, enormous bar/atrium area (which stopped promptly every night at 11pm). Morrocans also visit the hotel bar, which contributes to the relaxed, friendly and foreign special atmosphere. Exceedingly friendly, courteous, caring and efficient hotel staff which made us feel we were in a 5 star hotel!
The Amadil Beach Hotel in Agadir, perceives itself as an international class hotel - indeed the style of the hotel, and some of the clientelle would make you think this is the case. I've been better treated in a backpackers hostel!