Great hotel (little bit tired but you get what you pay for) and lovely smiley helpful staff. I've read reviews about this hotel from other guests regarding breakfast - we couldn't fault it. We were on a tight budget (booked B&B) and we thoroughly enjoyed the delicious fresh tasty eggs and I am now officially addicted to pancakes!! The 'egg and pancake' lady is a real star... handling 3 frying pans, dishing out the eggs and pancakes at a speed you wouldn't believe, beautifully cooked and always with a big smile on her face and a cheery 'bonjour' to everyone. The breakfast buffet was basic but tasty-fresh bread, cheese, toms, cereal, yoghurt, tea, coffee etc. did they job for us as we filled up on breakfast and didn't feel the need to eat again until later in the day... who needs lunch?! Our room was fine, basic, bit gloomy as on ground floor (as we requested, incidentally) but very clean, serviced everyday by again very friendly smiley ladies who worked tirelessly all day it seemed! Couldn't fault the shower, powerful, did the job and we enjoyed hot water at all times during our stay. We sat by the pool on the first couple of days, pools cleaned everyday and plenty of loungers put out by the sweetest pool man in the world, couldn't do enough for you. Area around main pool is small I must admit but we couldn't complain - we were out fairly early straight after breakfast - first come first served eh? The bar area at front of restaurant is very pleasant, drinks not expensive considering its a hotel. Loads of seating, TV on - mainly football so my boyfriend was happy. They laid on some Moroccan dancers one evening which was great fun to watch as they got some guests up who really got into the swing of things even though some of their dancing left a lot to be desired but that was the funnest part!
For the rest of our stay, we spent our days at the beach - short walk from hotel (about 7 mins) - absolutely gorgeous, clean & wide, lovely clean warm water and absolutely no chance of over-crowding. Some of the beach was taken up with private areas for the beach-side hotels but no impact on the beach as its so huge. We walked along the promenade, again really wide and roomy with loads of bars and restaurants along-side and we found a small area on the beach with loungers and umbrellas - perfect spot. We paid £3.00 (all day charge) each for hiring loungers and umbrella, they also provided little tables and even an ashtray for me which they emptied out for me regularly. The guys that maintained the area and took the money appeared to be a father and son team - truly lovely guys. They were happy to fetch you drinks and meals from a local restaurant all day if you wanted them to and 'dad' was a true gent one day when I screamed like a banshee after being stung by a bee on my back - he raced over to the restaurant and brought back some raw onion and pressed this against the sting and like magic.... the pain disappeared (who'd have thought it?! :)) - he was really sweet and attentive and couldn't do enough for us. We never got their names but their beach pitch is opposite the 'jour & nuit' restaurant along the boulevard. Be sure to stop there for a really relaxing and gorgeous rest on the beach. We ate out every evening and couldn't fault the food, good value for money and we drank some really nice rose wine at super prices. We recommend 'La Ballena' - on the boulevard going up towards the marina end of the beach front - you'll be treated like kings, have a super meal (their tagine is to die for) and the john dorey fish was pretty special too. Lovely young friendly waiters. We had a really lovely time in Agadir and we were only sorry that we hadn't booked 2 weeks but we are definitely going back there next year for 2 weeks as we want to explore more of the area and enjoy the Moroccan experience again - super holiday!! Helen & Barry
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