See why so many travelers make Aferni Hotel their small hotel of choice when visiting Agadir. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
While staying at Aferni Hotel, visitors can check out Mosquee Mohamed V (0.0 mi) and Jardin de Olhao (0.2 mi), some of Agadir's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
Aferni Hotel features room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and an on-site restaurant.
Travelers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to Pure Passion Restaurant, La Scala, or Little Norway. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Pure Passion Restaurant, Le Jardin d'Eau, or La Villa Blanche.
Should time allow, Paradise Valley, Seafront promenade, and Marina D'agadir are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
At Aferni Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Agadir.
Stayed for a week. Very basic. Not fridge in the rooms. Not particularly clean. Staff give average help look like if you dont buy tour trips from their friend they drop interest on you. Breakfast is basically nothing.
Breakfast is very poor and diner takes a lot of courage and patience. Keep asking and wait very long and you get a lousy plate. Unhelpful men in desk. The german company FTI via which I booked half board just said to sort it out with the hotel themself.
Horrible hotel for a vacation Not clean and old We were there during hot weather and the beds had winter blankets Shower water is barely running Minimal facilities- we asked for a iron which was unavailable Staff were not helpful at all and made no effort to help us especially in moving our luggage
We really enjoyed this hotel. Staff are really friendly. The location is good, at short walk from the beach but that reflects in the price. It also means the restaurants and cafes which are close by, which are many, are a lot less expensive than you find along the promenade and the harbour. The rooms are clean and have everything you expect. They seem to be cleaned every day. WiFi, good sized shower (with hot water!) and comfy beds. Their is a mosque near by. It seems the athan (Muslim call to prayer) is not done over the loudspeakers in the morning, I think this is due to being a tourist area. If you are Muslim ask reception for prayer times as we only sometimes faintly heard the athan and didn’t hear it at all in the morning. Swimming pool was fine. Breakfast was good, it’s help your self with Nespresso brand coffee machine making cappuccino, espresso etc. Moroccan pancake (mesimmem) fresh bread, fresh pastries etc. Lots of banks, cafes, shops and restaurants near by. I wasn’t expecting too much because of the views but I have no complaints and would definitely stay again. I have been to Morrocco over 15 times before and this hotel is going to be remembered for friendly staff and great location. I just added the photos as their are too many fake reviews about…
It’s not on the beach, but is alongside some cheap cafes, small supermarket and there’s a huge Mosque behind so you won’t need an alarm clock as the rituals will wake you up. Staff are super friendly, breakfast was cornflakes, croissant juice and some cold omelette and a few olives but was all good value. Rooms and bedding spotless, take a kettle. Pool was clean & free WiFi. So I’d recommend the hotel on a budget basis but book some days out. There are lots of wild cats around, Agadir was destroyed in 1960 by earthquake and was rebuilt in 1970’s it is characterless no history does not feel traditional and it’s obvious there is no money here or they are not spending it, I speak French so it was fine but it’s very very different to Spain or anywhere else so think about it carefully don’t just be lulled with low prices and a quality 5 star hotel on the beach might de different but I won’t be coming back to Agadir…