Hotel Anezi Agadir
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... 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 ...
... morning (Sunday) to take us out through the Anti Atlas Mountains and into the "little Sahara" (as they call it) for an overnight stay. We couldn't go into the “big Sahara” as they needed a minimum of four people for the tour and as it is their quieter time of year there was no one else to go with.
So on Sunday morning our guide picked us up at 7am from our campsite. Unfortunately he spoke fluent ...
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 ...
Dan and I hit the dirt roads south of Agadir today and had a great time pretending we were in the Dakar rally. The carts were limited but we still hit ~30 mph across the countryside. (and some of that wasn't sideways). Wish they could have gone faster though. Fishing tomorrow. Really trying to pack it in now as we leave Thursday ...
so I just spent an hour an a half writing up the trip to Marrakech and Essaouira and lost it when I wen to load the photos...
Otherwise we chilled in the sea and pool.
Dan and I have a bit of fun planned tomorrow with some dune buggying (and I'm driving) :o)
And today we booked the fishing trip for Wednesday. 5 hours at sea on the last day of Ramadan, boy I bet we'll be popular.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Anezi Agadir
My daughter and myself were wary about travelling to morocco,as friends had told us we would be hassled all the time and would be unsafe at night.what a great time we had,the hotel staff were very friendly [not just the men]we had no trouble communicating with them as the all spoke some degree of english and put us to shame!we were made to feel very welcome and although there wasn'nt a lot of variety in the evening entertainment we still had fun getting involved after all we were on holiday!We went on the trip to marracech which was a long and tiring journey but well worth it.Our tour guide on the trip was very entertaining and informative and the place itself was amazing well worth a visit.when we went to the beach we did have men chatting to us,but we just started talking to them about football which they loved!the rooms were basic but very clean ,shower was wonderful!
This is the hotel on most of the advertising blurb as it is the tallest one nearest the beach. Hotel room comfy and bright,brilliant views, did help being on the 9th floor, had read previous reviews and taken plug and tea bags!
I arrived back from the Hotel Anezi in Agadir this morning, after a stay of 7 nights. I went with a friend and booked the holiday on a whim about 36 hours before departure with My Travel, with flight, transfers and on a bed and breakfast basis. Now comes the good part - we only paid £166 each! Because of this, we knew we had to take the rough with the smooth regarding what the hotel would be like.
Allthough the location is excellent, cold rooms and terrible service made the stay uncomfortable. Expect at least one and a half hours for the hotel to come up with an extra towel (even if you don't have any), and expect them to yell at you when THEY misplace your key.
The large anezi
big white hotel at the end of the blvd mohammed v. easy to spot + comfy to stay in. all the staff most helpful. breakfast 5.30 am til 10 am. dinner 7pm till 10pm. yes it seems to shut at 10pm. always seemed to be something happening. keyboard player, snake charmer.
beware the lifts which like to eat you (doors shut over a bit rapid)
would stay agian no problem.
Anezi winter break
We returned from Marroco refreshed. We used the Anezi hotel because it was central, altough quite a few steps down to the beach front. Our room was fine, it was clean large and had a fantastic view.
We dined in the 10th floor restaurant as the downstairs facility was being refurbished. This was a bonus, the views were stunning.The food was varied and plentiful. Wine available at a reasonable cost. Our waiter, Hassan, was fantastic.
Generally the staff were helpful, except those who worked on the pool bar. Reception and lounge bar staff were fine.
We were happy with our cheap out of season deal and felt we had good value for money
I'm sure none of these people stayed at the same hotel as us! We transferred from the Al Moggar as it was unclean and on the far side of town.
Hotel location is excellent - convenient to beautiful beaches, restaurants/tourist areas and downtown. It looks lovely from outside, and is the tallest in Agadir so easy to locate after sightseeing or shopping.
Anezi going down hill.
The rooms are very small, and most things in the hotel only work part time, not the staff, but things like toilets, water, electricity. The air conditioning does not work if the weather is warm.
Big problems with chipped and cracked crockery, probably the cause of tummy bug which seemed to affect everyone in the hotel. Not much fun when the toilets do not work.
On the positive side, the gardens are better than most Agadir hotels, and it is not too noisey. We were there three years ago, found it borderline but cheap. This year it was cheap, but well below the line. You will find better in Agadir for the same money.
i went to agadir for 2 weeks half board in july/august with my boyfriend. this hotel looks very nice when you drive up to it, its the tallest in morocco and all whitewashed, with a gorgeous wall fountain outside the main door. unfortunatlely first impressions didn't stay with us for long!