El Pueblo Tamlelt
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... than they had started, and her bed drenched! Luckily we have a spare bed in our room.
The evening meal was not as good as previous but we finally got some cous cous, however I still think the Ainsley Harriet Moroccan medley you buy from waitrose was better!
Desert came in the form of Moroccan tea and pastries. The tea smelt like mint sauce - yum but tasted ...
... I didn't know why I was still talking like this and she replied "I know, top of the morning to you" haha I do believe that is actually Irish!
After yoga we got ready and headed to the BBQ at the Auberge where we sat on a roof and enjoyed some life music. We actually got meat as well which was a pleasant surprise and got to try some local beer (speciale). Really good evening but absolutely shattered now so off to bed I go...last full day in Morocco ...
... We had to take a 4X4 off road track to get there yet at the other side there were plenty of normal small cars there – these Moroccans are crazy! The beach was quite nice (apart from the rubbish – but everywhere has mountains of rubbish, even the national park was full of rubbish) and there are caves in the cliffs which are used by local fishermen. We then headed back to Agadir where Ross and I were quite happy to shower and ...
... is not something I was hoping to hear…
Finally, I head on my way, wandering through a couple of neighbourhoods that didn’t exist back then, including a large section near the coast that is being turned into a whole new residential/tourism zone. Right now it’s still dark and dreary with just a scattering of houses, hotels and cafes.
And that brings my 3rd “Adventure Day” in the South Coast Region to a ...
... just my luck! I did wear a bathing suit underneath though and we had a rather nice day lying on the beach, playing in the water, etc. I got a really bad sunburn on my chest and the boys teased me that I rolled over on a condom, which is gross!! We saw one on the beach, hence the joke. I had a red bumpy chest the entire trip. I needed more sunscreen! This was my first time seeing women at the beach in full coverings, even their face. The contrast ...
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Just come back from a two week stay here and want to go back asap!!
Nous venons de revenir d'un séjour dans cet hôtel, qui a été une bonne surprise. Mes premières impressions n'étaient pas très bonnes (à notre arrivée il faisait noir et je n'étais pas de très bonne humeur), mais le matin à notre réveil le soleil brillait et j'ai vite changé d'opinion. Nous avions un léger problème dans la chambre (elle était un peu bruyante), mais dès que j'ai pu parler à Jess, notre sympathique représentante, on nous a donné une chambre plus tranquille et le problème a été résolu. Les chambres étaient basiques mais très propres, et les femmes de chambre étaient elles aussi très sympathiques. Nous avions une chambre double de bonnes dimensions, avec baignoire et douche et beaucoup de place pour ranger nos affaires. La nourriture était également très bonne (c'est bien la première fois que nous n'avons pas de problèmes d'estomac en vacances !) Au déjeuner et au dîner il y avait beaucoup de légumes, de la salade, plusieurs types de viande, de pain et de poisson, c'était bien agréable à regarder. Le petit déjeuner en revanche était un peu moins riche. Je suis un anglais pur jus, et de ce point de vue je suis resté un peu sur ma faim. Entendons-nous bien, il y avait du choix : fruits, yaourts, pain et charcuterie et on pouvait toujours choisir l'omelette. Mais j'aurais vraiment apprécié ma chère saucisse et mon bacon !
Je suis allée toute seule dans cet hôtel durant les vacances de Noël. J'ai dû changer de chambre deux fois. Dans la première, la porte du balcon ne fermait pas. La seconde ressemblait à une chambre d'hôpital, la déco était horrible et il y avait du moisi dans la salle de bains... Quand j'ai décidé de mettre un terme à mon séjour, un des directeurs a voulu me montrer une autre chambre, qui me plairait cette fois. En cas d'urgence, pas de liste où figurerait au moins le numéro de la réception. La nourriture : pas si mal, variée, mais les restaurants ne peuvent pas recevoir beaucoup de monde, il n'y a pas assez de tables ou de chaises. A chaque repas je me retrouvais avec un convive différent, c'était une situation très embarrassante ! Je suis bien contente d'être rentrée chez moi !
We have just arrived back from this hotel, & i was pleasently surprised. My first impressions of the place weren't to good (it was dark when we arrived & i was a little grumpy from the flight) but we woke up on the first morning with the sun beaming & i was soon to change my mind..
My wife, three kids (two under nines and a fourteen year old girl) travelled to Morocco for the first time for an all inclusive fortnight stay at the Agador/Tamlelt/Occidental Hotel Agadir.
Could possibly be 5* for value. This was a cheap, last minute deal for us. We read the reviews here and did not arrive with high expectations. Rooms are very basic, however the site is made up of 3 hotels and size and standard does apparently vary. Big plus for us was the attitude of staff. I don't like making generalisations about characteristics of nationalities but Morroccans are very friendly and courteous. If you are pleasant in return and use Sallam a lekkum (Hello, peace be with you) and Shokran (thank you) the staff appreciate your respect you.
we booked a last minute holiday for a blast in the sun with my partner and two children. We checked the weather and just wanted to relax on a beach for a week, we got more than we bargained for.
A bit late posting this but as there aren't many reviews thought I should. This complex forms the bed and breakfast part of the carribean village- all part of the ocidental oasis chain. We had wanted to go to Marrakech but failed to find a cheap package, so got a week here for £199 each with First Choice. The weather was good, in the 70's and we just used the hotel as a base to go to Essaouria and Marrakech (stay in a riad here if you can- if not book lunch in one for the experience.
Worst Holiday Ever
I went to this hotel for a Xmas holiday on my own. Had to change rooms two times. At the first room balcony doors was broken; second room it was looking like a hospital, awful decor, mouldy bath... When i decided to terminate my package at that hotel one of the managers wanted to show me another room which made my holiday better. If you are on a emergency situation the telephone don't have a list at least with the reception number. About food: not too bad, good variety but the restaurants ar enot prepared to receive many guests, not enough tables and chairs. Every meal time i ended up with different guests which was a really embarassing situation!!! I am so glad to be back at home!
This hotel is the same as the Allegro Agador, only it recenlty changed its name to this one. It is still called the Allegro Agador in the brochures. Cleanliness is a problem and food is poor. If you look at all the reviews for this they are very mixed, take that as a warning. Its a well intentioned hotel but they get so many of the most basic things terribly wrong.