We enjoyed the whole stay. The food was delicious and hard not to try each of the beautiful flavours served in buffet style. A dinner in an offer once a week in the other restaurant was not that pleasant. The waiter's attitude was not friendly at all even we gave him 20dirhams. It was most probably caused by not paying enough tips..
We tip the housemaids, the waiters and all of them were then so happy it did not cost us everytime more than 1-2 pounds. The hotel resort was a bit narrow so not much walking available. However the promenade has recompensed the long walks by the sea.
The quality of the rooms I assume depends on the price paid. Ours wasn't too great but sufficient if I consider we have paid each for one day £40 all inclusive.
The nights are a bit sleepless during the locals staying up till 2am each day. it can be seen little chidren of any ages having fun in the promenade area anytime in the night of cours accompanied by their parents, but it disturbe your sleep if you dont enjoy nightlife.
One of the big disapointments followed when we realised the quality of their 'gym' offered to their customers. The 'gym' was outside with few equipments (most probably from the last century)rusty and half of it unusable or broken. I would not expect such servise in a 4 star hotel. However there was a lot of activities in an offer provided by the hotel for kids also for adults. The other unfortunate detail is that they do not speak much English. A lady instructor of a step aerobic barely could explain me in a simple words what follows in next step. However they were very friendly but English and english speakers would not feel as good as the French ones. We did not stay in the hotel area much so we did not depend on their services much except the meels but the elderly or families might have suffered by the french instructing much more.
in conclusion it was worth the money but also the sun was a big desipointment barely 3 afternoons all the other 7 days just cloudy. i got a lot of tan for only 2 days lying on the beach but how could I look like if the sun was as strong as in Cyprus...? max temperature 30 degrees minimum 20. Not for Londoners who want to once a year experience the sun for few days.
I would not recommend to visit Agadir to my friends but the hotels Decameron maybe elsewhere in the world might be interesting.