Just spent a week all inclusive at Royal Atlas with our two sons. We were looking for a week relaxing and were not disappointed.
The pool area is huge, with plenty of sunbeds ( the hotel was full when we were there and there seemed to be plenty to go round) and fresh beach towels handed out each morning. We liked the fact that the Royal Atlas does not make all inclusive guests wear ‘convict’ wrist bands! Although the hotel is right on the seafront, with only a promenade separating it from the beach, it is very private.
Rooms are spacious and well decorated and the house keeping is efficient and unobtrusive with plenty of fresh linen and towels.
Breakfast is served from early morning until 10.00am-not sure how early because we never made it until nearly 10.00 and coffee and croissants served from 10.30 until mid-day at the pool bar-which suited our sons. The buffet breakfast has chefs cooking omelettes and crepes to order and excellent fresh orange juice. Breakfast can be taken on a terrace outside the dining room. Lunch and dinner are buffets with some meat and fish dishes cooked to order. Most of the meat dishes are slow cooked in the Moroccan style, which from the reviews we have seen did not seem to suit everybody- but why go to Morocco if you don’t want to try Moroccan food??
Service was efficient and friendly and seemed to be well organised and plentiful especially around the pool. However, the layout of the dining area is very linear, with service at the centre, so it could get a bit crowded at busy times. The wines served with the meals are local Moroccan and are very good indeed. There is only one bar inside which is very crowded in the evenings and the inside bar staff seemed noticeably less friendly than the pool bar staff.
Just read a couple of reviews by people who did not enjoy their stay at the Royal Atlas- can’t believe they were at the same hotel as us! We went for a week’s eating, drinking , sunbathing ( Agadir is about as far south as the Canaries and we had 30C degrees)reading and relaxing and all in all, the Royal Atlas was just right!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Just 500 meters from the beach, this hotel offers 3 restaurants, spa and air-conditioned rooms with balconies. Indoor and outdoor pools are available.The rooms at the Royal Atlas et Spa feature modern decor and are equipped with a flat-screen TV and a minibar. Each has a private bathroom with free toiletries and some have sea views.A buffet breakfast is served every morning. For other meals, guests are invited to sample Moroccan, Italian or international cuisine in the elegant hotel restaurants or enjoy a drink at the bar.The spa offers massages and hammam treatments at an additional cost. Other leisure facilities include a health club, a sauna and a sun terrace where you can relax amidst palmiers.La hotel reception is open 24/24 and the Agadir airport is 27 km. A shuttle roundtrip airport is available upon request at an additional cost. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Royal Atlas Hotel Agadir
- Royal Atlas Agadir