Les Omayades Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLes Omayades Hotel Agadir
Les Omayades was a lovely hotel. The staff were extremely pleasant and the breakfast was the highlight of the entire holiday. The hotel offered a lot of entertainment including music and bingo, and the all inclusive drinks were all shades of wine, a wide variety of soft drinks and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails.
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My boyfriend (Peran) and I decided to travel to Morocco this time, for some well needed winter sun over Valentine's following the atrocious rain and flooding at home.
Les Omayades was a lovely hotel. The staff were extremely pleasant and the breakfast was the highlight of the entire holiday. The hotel offered a lot of entertainment …
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... before we leave tomorrow. It was fine washing them in the sink, however trying to find places to hang wet clothes where they would dry relatively quickly was challenging! Drying my socks with a hairdryer was a first!
Mel unfortunately chose the window which when it decided to pour down during our evening yoga class proved to be a fatal decision...clothes were soaked, ...
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... 8212;actually two ports, which generate some jobs for this area as an alternative to tourism. Unfortunately not many of these jobs pay very well.
Finally up around a bend is Anza which is between the cliffs and the ocean, overlooks by a big cement factory. Definitely not on the tourist circuit, as the water is quite polluted here. Here I veer off the highway an into the neighborhoods—with homes that are ...