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Hotel Club Jardins d'Agadir - All Inclusive

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Me my wife and little girl have just returned from a 2 week holiday at the club Marmara, The hotel is beautiful the rooms are lovely and the hotel is very well maintained and very clean, The staff are friendly and make you feel very welcome, The food is also very good but some of the dishes can be repeated a lot of the nights but always found something to eat and always enjoyed it, Couple of little bits what would have made our stay better and would have made me give it a 5* review, At dinner if you was drinking soft drinks out of the refillable machine you would get given a very small wine glass for your drink, It would be nice to get a proper glass so you could fit more than 3 mouthfuls of drink it it at a time, Also if you was eating at the lovely terrace outside the drink station out there wasn’t working so you would have to walk through the restaurant to fill your little glass up, And lastly our only other complaint would be that they didn’t offer ice cream anytime of the day apart from lunch time, (Apart from one day they didn’t have it a lunch either, but I spoke to the guest relations man and he went out the back and got our Little girl one 🤩) Which with a 4 year old it would be nice to be able to get ice cream at least at lunch and dinner. As I say these are only little recommendations rather than complaints that would have made our stay better, The guest relations man was very good always checking if we was happy and it was nice to see the manager walking about all the time to see to any problems anyone had rather than just sitting in his office. If you are English though you have got to realise this is a French tourist hotel and all the entertainment is in French, But about 85% of the staff can speak very good English and are always more than happy to help, I would defiantly recommend this hotel and am looking forward to returning

5 English Ladies on tour who had an amazing time! We were also made to feel very welcome as the majority of the tourists are french. The food was absolutely amazing, the entertainment was top class especially the Michael Jackson show! Thank you to the animation team for the disco dances and fun around the pool. Thank you also to Khalid (Service Relations Manager) for your cooperation arranging our transfer. We all had an amazing time - The Spice girls

This hotel is not for English. Everything is based around French. Pool games, quizzes and food. Themed nights are french and very few staff speak English. Absolute nightmare trying to communicate. You feel like you’ve gatecrashed a french party.

Just arrived home from a 10 day stay. Hotel very clean, staff extremely friendly whether it be the lovely cleanly ladies , the restaurant staff waiters & chefs to the pool man and entertainment team. Yes it is a mainly French clientele but we knew that before we went and everyone tried to speak to you in English everyone is there to greet you at meal time including the managers. The food was fantastic and did try to cater for everyone so you had tradition meals but also a more European choice and for the children there were also chicken nuggets pizza and chips. The entertainment team worked hard to ensure everyone was happy encouraging anyone who wanted to join in if they wanted to. Totally enjoyed a excellent time here. Recommend this hotel to everyone.

Les Jardins d'Agadir was a very pleasant hotel, with 3 pools. The staff are very warm and friendly, especially two two members, Kyo & Imane, who were very helpful and accommodating. The hotel was close to the beach and a walking distance from the clubs and pubs. Communication with the touring guides could improve. I would recommend writing down any tour excursions to avoid miscommunication. Coffee in room would be a benefit and WiFi in the two pools at the back of the hotel could improve the experience. However, our experience was wonderful and highly recommended.

We have just returned from a 10 day holiday break in this wonderful hotel. It is the fifth time that we were back and as always we had a perfect stay. The rooms are lovely and cleaned daily, the restaurant offers a great choice of foods. All the staff has been very attentive and did their utmost to make our stay memorable. A particular thank you to Hisham at Reception who could not do enough for us. Very polite and helpful in all matters. Thank you Hisham!

I was very pleased by friendly welcome from hotel. Overall conditions were great considering resonable price of stay. Hotel guests were friendly and cultural. Hotel service was professional and nice. 👍

Stayed here for 9 nights. Overall it was a nice resort, and we would recommend it. STAFF: Were all really helpful and accommodating. It is true that many staff do not speak English, although most speak a little. Several speak it fluently and it's not hard to find them via reception if needed. I don't know why you would come to an Arabic/French speaking country and expect to encounter English speakers everywhere. I don't speak French, but know some Arabic, and that helped a lot. Just learning a few phrases helps. The staff do an excellent job of remembering guests. Somehow almost every server, at the tables and at the food stations, knew to greet us in English. The guest relations person always remembered us and said hi when we saw her. ROOMS: We were given a room at the back of the property, which we asked for as we thought it would be quieter. But, it was across the street from the Atlantic Casino, which was not quiet at all. People were coming and going every night until 7am. We used a travel white noise machine and that helped drown out most of it. The rooms are cleaned well daily and the housekeeping staff is the same in each building, so we got to know them and had no issues getting extra toilet paper or whatever we needed, even if we didn't need our room cleaned that day. FOOD: Was pretty good. Each dinner has a different theme. By far the best dinner was the Moroccan night, as the food staff are mostly Moroccan. There were a few repeat dishes over the course of the week, but not enough to make us leave hungry. I appreciated being able to get an omelet or eggs at every breakfast. I would have liked to see fresh fruit at breakfast (not just fruit salad, which was always pears and grapefruit (???) or fruit syrup). They offered fresh fruit at every other meal. The food signs were almost always in French and English, and we had no issues knowing what things were. It is true that many of the French guests are automatically served wine with lunch and dinner. This is because they are regulars and the servers know them. We were not served wine initially, but once we requested it a couple times, the servers got to know us and asked if we wanted it. There isn't a prejudice against English speakers, it's just that you need to ask for things. The culture is different - the servers are mostly there to clean up tables and give wine or utensils if requested. They aren't there to fetch you food or stop by your table and ask if you need anything, like in a restaurant. Just ask them, and they'll get it. ENTERTAINMENT: We didn't stay for much of it, since it's not our interest and we don't speak French. We knew it was all in French ahead of time and have no issue with that. What we did stay for, usually the mornings, was (I agree with another reviewer) bizarre. The animation staff did the same annoying song/dance multiple times per day. They often tried to get us to join, then seemed sad that we didn't speak French. It was not a big deal, we just found it strange and humorous most of the time. We didn't use the kids club, as we don't speak French. But now I am thinking that the kids club staff probably did speak English, as most of the animation team I encountered spoke it. I'm sure they would try to accommodate this if requested. AGADIR: I don't understand the reviews complaining they had to stay on the resort the whole time. There is a lot to do and Agadir is, compared to other Moroccan cities, very clean and safe and easily navigable. The beach is lovely, there are historical sites to see, great restaurants, a very large souk, and the locals are very nice welcoming people. There are hagglers, as is the case in most developing countries, but I found them to be less numerous than Marrakech. OTHER GUESTS: This was the worst thing about this resort, and it's not really in the resort's control (although I know they advertise extensively to certain groups). Some of the guests were rude and pushy, and did not know how to form a line. Waiting for popular dishes at meals was very irritating, as everyone would crowd around and push their way to the front. People would cut us off constantly while walking through the dining hall. It was especially bad towards the end of our stay, when there seemed to be a turnover in guest population, and several large groups arrived. They were loud and obnoxious and there were a lot of them. I think this may have been during the French winter break. Guests are probably not this bad during other times of the year.

Spent 18 days at this hotel. Beautiful rooms situated in blocks designed as a traditional Riad, set in lovely gardens. Food was good, mainly based on a Moroccan theme with excellent vegetable dishes, but also European foods such as roast beef once per week, lamb etc. Always a fish option, with freshly grilled sardines available at most lunchtimes.The negative aspect is that everything is largely targeted at French guests. We were the only English, and although I speak French I found the entertainment bizarre.The wifi in the rooms is frustrating and fails to work 50%of the timeHowever, overall very good and we would stay again.

The resort, pool, rooms etc were all pretty good. The buffet food was also very good with a wide selection,,,lots of tagine and a bottle of wine with dinner if you like. The free alcohol was a bit rubbish, delivered in small cups in day time from a warm bottle of spirits with hardly any ice, and a pretty small horrible evening bar. Most staff were very nice, except a few of the younger male entertainment staff seemed to be paying particular attention to girls aged 12-16, touching and holding their hands etc, which was a bit alarming to say the least.

Rue Oued Souss Agadir

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Agadir Beach
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Located in Agadir Bay within a 5-minute walk of Agadir Beach, Hotel Club Jardins d'Agadir - All Inclusive is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights like Agadir Marina. This 4-star resort has 393 guestrooms and offers conveniences like 2 restaurants, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.


This resort is home to 2 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.


A flat-screen TV comes with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a balcony, a sofa bed, and a minibar.

Property features

Hotel Club Jardins d'Agadir - All Inclusive features an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a fitness center. If you drive, take advantage of free parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with concierge services, securing valuables, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach resort include an outdoor tennis court, free WiFi in public areas, and a kids' club.

Room options

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Hotel Club Jardins d'Agadir - All Inclusive

Rue Oued Souss, Agadir, 80000