Hotel Sud Bahia

Address: Rue des Administrations Publiques, Agadir, 80000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 3 star hotel, located on Rue des Administrations Publiques, Agadir, is near Meknes Medina.
Map this hotel


View all amenities



        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sud Bahia Agadir

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Agadir

        A tale of two Morrocan cities

        A travel blog entry by arosenwach on Nov 09, 2015

        3 comments, 16 photos

        ... the Saadi Dynasty. Personally, most of us were surprised how unexotic This part of Morroco was. It reminded us alot of Jamaica, with leanto shacks and little landscaping. Many buildings were unfinished. We started our trip at the Dar Litoune Hotel. A lovely traditional Morrocan hotel with extensive gardens and an orange orchard. After refreshing ourselves with Morrocan Mint tea and pastries, we headed for the ancient battlements surrounding the city of Taroudant. ...


        A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Sep 05, 2015

        We waved Essaouira goodbye and jumped on the bus south to another tourist hotspot on the coast, Agadir. As a modern city with no old town or Medina it was a different vibe around Agadir. Resorts, shops and restaurants dominated the town with a LA like boulevard to match. Arriving late in the afternoon we grabbed some dinner at the English Pub and headed down along the boulevard to take in the site and sounds of Agadir ...

        Welcome to Morocco

        A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Apr 21, 2015

        52 photos

        ... of light, makes an interesting stop. The Cité and the Citerne were used in the 1950 Orson Welles movie adaption of Othello.

        Essaouira has been inhabited since prehistoric times and was known as one of the best anchorage points on the Moroccan coast as the harbour is protected by Mogador Island (once a prison, now a bird sanctuary). The modern fort was built during the 1760’s by Mohammed III. He employed the French and European architects to build ...

        Agadir and the Sahara

        A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Sep 08, 2013

        1 comment, 30 photos

        ... quite a bit. Afterwards we headed back towards the coast and to the Souss Massa National Park. It extends along the banks of the Wadi Massa (river). It was quite surreal seeing the extreme green of the riverbanks and surrounding palm groves compared to the arid desert. In winter there are a lot of birds who migrate here including flamingos. On this day however we didn’t see much of anything. We then went to Sidi Moussa ...

        Post-visit: Back to my Cocoon

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 22, 2013

        4 photos

        ... lamps still used, since they still don’t have electricity…

        I enter a little grocery store just to see if an old friend, Abdullah is still around. His brother, Brahim immediately recognizes me, and we immediately start chatting as if it were just yesterday that I left this town. We reminisce on old times and of how things have changed.

        “Ben Sergao is a lot more dangerous than before—a lot of crime going on ...