Ramada les Almohades 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 ...
... French and Berber but only a little English. The guy who had booked the tour told us because not many English speakers come this far south there aren’t many guides who speak it. So off we went not really having much of an idea what the itinerary was. We headed into the mountains of the Anti Atlas. The views were stunning and we were met on the road by donkeys and camels that are owned by the Nomads of the region. We passed ...
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 ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Ramada les Almohades Agadir
My boyfriend and i have just returned from this hotel, we found the hotel to be better than we expected. It is clean, tidy and ideal for the older generation as it is not too lively, for younger people, however we enjoyed are stay as we had chance to relax.
my boyfriend and i stayed at this hotel for one week. i dont remember seeing many children, but i would say that if you want a fairly peaceful holiday this is a nice hotel for any age. hotel is clean and rooms are comfortable. staff are plesant, and polite. food is quite good in the restaurant but cheap wine here is pretty bad!!! if you are not staying here all inclusive then we found that half board wasnt worth it- local food is nice and reasonably priced. b+b is fine. jardin d'eau accross the road does very nice food (3 courses, wine and coffee for £20-£30 per head) and has live music. entertainment in the hotel bar doesnt always start when advertised and entertainment at the pool during the day seems to be fairly lively (although the pool area is nice). if you want peace then your best bet is the beach. its worth paying a couple of £ for sunloungers to avoid being hassled by sellers. avoid the hotel shops and traders- very overpriced. hotel is in a very god location, and i would recommed this hotel and would definatley stay here again. hope this helps!
We had a great time at the Ramada hotel. We are in our mid twenties and just wanted a week away in the sun. We certainly got that as it was 30 degrees most days and not a cloud in the sky.
Ramada was great, no complaints whatsoever.
Staff very helpful and friendly. Rooms spacious,cleaned daily. Huge choice of food, mixed salads, hot food, barbeque, waiters amazing, really helpful. We had half board, and normally eat out a couple of nights, absolutely no need, if you like fresh food you'll love it....
Pool heated, lovely and clean. gardens well maintained.
Definately recommend excursions,well worth the price.. we did Atlas mountains, Essouira, and Agadir (silver choice - price £79) Moroccans really friendly, they love to barter with you, great fun...
we were a bit worried reading other peoples' reviews having already booked this Hotel. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, my teenage son said it was his best holiday, and we've travelled....xx
We were expecting a **** but I would rate this as no more than ***. The bedroom was fine - bathroom pretty tatty. We were half board - breakfast was very good, lots of choice but evening meals tended to be the same every day - salads, rice, barbequed fish. Would recommend this hotel for B & B rather than half board. All the staff were very friends and helpful and spoke English. The hotel is situated very conveniently, near shops, restaurants and beach.
Despite a large contingent for the hotel from the airport, check-in was fast & efficient. Reception area was typically Moroccan but not really inspiring.
Review of Les Almohades
I stayed at Les Almohades. It is well situated in the city. It was very clean. The food is buffet style so plenty to choose from but found that we preferred to eat out some nights. I did hear people comlaining about the food but I thought it was ok. Don't use the hotel shop which is situated just outside as very expensive. You are not allowed to bring food from outside into the hotel though. We had our bags checked once when returning.
Staff are a bit on the slow slow but that seems to be the moroccan life.
Myself and my sister went to Morocco because we wanted a warm, chill out time away from the family, time for ourselves. The Ramada gave us this. The hotel was on par with most Hotels. We arrived with all the young entertainment staff awaiting our arrival outside, which did worry us a bit as they were shouting hello and we wondered what they were doing there. We found out they were waiting for us to check in then they took our cases to our rooms. Very friendly and helpful. We later found out they did the entertainment around the pool, at night and in the night club and also was always around at meal times to make sure eveything was okay.