Stayed here one night as part of a large group leaving Morocco the following morning. Like all the hotels we stayed in in Morocco the Adrar was looking a bit "tired", and could do with some money being spent to brighten it up and maintain equipment.
Location is OK, around 10 minutes' walk from the beach, and a bit more from the town centre. It's also a reasonably direct trip out to the airport.
Our room was fine, clean and quiet. The aircon/ heating system worked, but the TV did not. Shower water was hot. Beds were reasonable, but pillows were Moroccan standard (i.e. hard and lumpy)
We used the restaurant for dinner and breakfast, and found the quality of the buffet surprisingly good on both occasions.
Staff were OK, but English was not their strong language.
This is a mass-market group tour hotel, and is not where independent travellers would normally find themselves. For that matter, neither is Agadir. But the hotel is a perfectly reasonable option if they offer a room at a reasonable price.
- Also Known As:
- Adrar Hotel Agadir
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set within walking distance of Agadir’s fine sandy beaches, Hotel Adrar is set in beautiful grounds and features a swimming pool, tennis court.All the rooms are air-conditioned and authentic in décor. They feature a balcony with sea or grounds views, separate bathroom and TV. Free Wi-Fi is available. ... more less
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