Hotel Les Almohades Agadir4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
hi all very sleepy dull and quiet hotel we went all inclusive food was very limited repeated the chap in the bar looks sad not a nice place but me and wife had a great time the entertainment chaps were great the poolside bar was nice most of all the staffs were nice
hotel : very nice resort close to the beach only 5 min walk . food was okay friendly people except when you go out with family for walk by the promonad you get much husle and pushy people to buy stuff and activities .. to be honest we don't use to it we booked our holiday through on the beach and our transfer with jumbo tour group , thanks Noureddine for been an amazing rep he give us all information that we need in our holiday booked : city tour which is very good idea to explore the city and souk (Market) the kasbah . Camel ride sunset view and we did also massage and hamam with scrub it was realy the best . we will be back soon to this lovely country.
Good: Great entertainment personal. Nice venues on evenings. Good food. Big pool. Very clean. Bad: To get to beach you need to go out of hotel and over the road (you are not allowed to take any drinks with you). Small rooms. I was with 4 of my friends. 2 of us in one room and 3 in another. In other room they brought just folding bed for third person. I was shocked. Interned only in public not in room.
Firstly, I would like to warn you of a city tax that we had to pay for our room on arrival at the hotel of which we knew nothing about. This was £45 2 adults and 2 children. A lot of arguing which didn't start the holiday off well!!! Anyway, room basic but big enough for us. Rooms cleaned everyday. Beds very comfy. With a courtyard. Food was plentiful but unfortunately not a great deal for children apart from the snack bar which served freshly made pizza chips, fresh doughnuts and on one day candyfloss. Always plenty to go round. The drink was good, plenty of alcohol that weren't watered down by no means! The animation team worked long hours and did really well with the activities. They never made you do anything. Games from aqua gym, water polo, dates, Boules, football, mini disco and much more. Well done to them all. Only downside, music by pool become tedious after 10 days, same disc on repeat.....arrrrgghh!!!!! Pool cleaned everyday, very clean. A little cold but once in was fine. Hotel well situated 5 mins from private beach and promenade. 10-15mins walk to shops. 20DH by taxi 5 mins away to local market called souke. Promenade is quite long, hired scooters for 100Dh for an hour. A lot of people try to sell things to you as you walk along. We either ignored or politely said 'later' and they walked away. If you would like to eat out El touro just across road from back entrance of hotel very nice an les nil bleu further along the prom near McDonald's and kfc. Did the buggy rides which were great fun also the camels. Went to paradise valley. Which unfortunately wasn't quite paradise, a lot of rubbish laying about and plastic bottles. Overall had a great holiday. Downsides, apparently usually cloudy during July. We were there 10 days and got 4 sunny ones. But it was still hot and still tanned. A group of French children ran riot around the hotel causing upset with other children. We, and many others complained but was soon sorted not completely but it calmed down. Their families were also as arrogant which wasn't a surprise. More info should be given on arrival in regards to activities, map of town. This seemed to spread via the grape vine or only if asked for. Hope this info has been helpful.
Hotel was amazing food was good not 100% staff are always trying to help you. The animation team are 100% the best always helpful get you involved make you feel at home allways friendly with a smile on there faces would definitely go back just because of the animation team massive shout out to them
One of the most quietest resort i have been to. Checkout was fairly easy and was greeted with a welcome drink. We got shown our rooms before check in. We was on the fourth floor which didn’t have the best view but we didn’t mind. The person who showed us the room kept asking for a tip which we didn’t give and the man got annoyed and left. Room was decent size, the cleaning leaves a lot to be desired, wasn’t impressed at all. Pillows was hard as rock but did provide us with softer ones when requested. There was free safe to use. Rooms was cleaned each day. The location of the hotel was good as it had shops near by where you could buy snacks should you get hungry. Only 30 minutes from airport. The food was terrible on first day which left me worried but dramatically improved next day. The tangines were amazing. They had a lot of fish which was really good. A lot of British people didn't like this as they used to food without bones but i didnt mind as I'm used to fish with bones. My favourite food was the beef steak and mash couldn't get enough of it. They had different theme each night; morrocan, bbq, French, Spanish, Italian. If you are a fussy eater you will struggle here but then id imagine you would struggle in most counties abroad. They have a snack bar which was boring as they served same thing every day. Pizza and chips and fresh doughnuts at 4pm. Breakfast they would give omelette, pancakes which wasn't cooked properly which was disappointing. Entertainment team in particular the girls were really annoying wouldn't leave you alone; Abdul was nice, really friendly he was the best at the activities. The entertainment team in general need a lot of work on the activities they do especially at night they didn't have anything planned except dancing. Beach was only across the road as u come out of the hotel. The sun loungers was very uncomfortable which is why we barely spent time there. They didn’t have no toilets near by or a drinks bar. They did have restaurants near the beach and outside the hotel. Pool was fairly clean how ever I did see some woman cleaning her son's bottoms which he had done a no2 in. There was 2 pools one for adult and one for kids. There are a lot of French people who are rude and had no manners, would push in the restaurant and parents wouldnt say anything to their kids. By the pool parents wouldn't supervise their own children even if they was in danger of drowning! The poor life guard had to follow the troublesome kids around with their parents being unaware of what their children was up to. We had a massage and hammam which our holiday rep organised for us for 250 dirhams, a massage for 200 dirhams which was both so relaxing and soo good. We decided to look for a place to do pedicure and manicure which cost us 210 dirhams which was terrible. They managed to hurt my sister. Im assuming this isn't popular as it was hard to find a place which did it and when we did it wasn’t what we expected at all. The souk wasn’t anything special. It was quite pricey. It wasn’t as annoying as I anticipated and was very quiet. Only cost us 11.8 dirhams from the hotel. Ask for gate 5 to be dropped of at. Overall the hotel needs a lot of work to be rated a 5 star from me. Only good thing about it was the food I would say and location was pretty good. The entertainment needs a lot of improvement.
Hotel- small but clean very dated on outside but modern pool and lobby not alot going on during day just the pool snack bar and lobby..... Animation team- no complaints top marks brilliant really good all day 👍👍 Rooms- small but clean and cleaned everyday with a nice balcony and air con Food- diffrent style everynight ie spanish mexican morracon etc...only one restraunt for whole hotel but always get a table and waiters are really good 👍 Pool- small not that cold deep in parts and ok pool with water polo games etc lotsof kids tho. Entertainment- none... disco ok if your 5 not really for young couples or adults very family orientated so if your a family perfect. if your a young couple not alot to do at all and can get boring in the evening and if your not a pool person during the day aswell. Overall it was ok but could of been so much better a week is long enough as a couple i would say. But as a family hotel is perfect.
Myself and sister came to Agadir for a week of chilling which is what we got. Our room was dated but lovely and clean, we paid for the safe of which we were happy to do so. I think we were lucky after reading some of the reviews left on here...we didn't experience ants, cockroaches or seagulls knocking on out patio door. We were on the 4th (top) floor so maybe that's the best place to be? We like to try different foods and were quite impressed with the Tagines etc. The staff were very friendly and helpful and also the animation team...not pushy at all. The pool area was always clean and looked over by a lifeguard. However, i had last visited Agadir 4yrs ago and since then the resort has changed, it was busy and lively back then but now feels like out of season and neglected. No atmosphere, and bars and restaurants virtually empty. Don;t bother with a boat trip, it didn;t go far and the sea was choppy which didn't help the poor people throwing up over the side! We nicknamed it the 'vomiting cruise' and you don't get much for your money, we were really disappointed but i think this reflects of the poor tourism the country is going through. Such a shame as it was such a vibrant place before, i wouldn't recommend the resort at all, some female guests complained of being harassed by men on the beach.
Stayed at the les Almoshades beach resort all inclusive, first impressions were fine staff very welcoming upon arrival, the room is ok but could do with a better clean and there is no tea making facilities in the room itself not the four star I would have expected , The food is a bit hit and miss and quite a few dishes went cold very quickly and I found a hair in my soup which put me off quite quickly,the food that is cooked in front of you is better and I would suggest to use it as much as you can, omelette in the morning is a must but I had to buy my own chilli pepper to add to this as there are only a few choices, some staff can be a bit miserable but there are some that go above and beyond to make the holiday nice , Abdul the barman who works in the evening is a top bloke who always made me smile, the animation team need to brush up on the types of games they play during the day and a bit of French might help understand what's happening. The seagulls are very noisy and woke me up most days so I would suggest earplugs if you want a good nights sleep, if the hotel put spikes on the balcony this might stop them camping on your balcony area during the night and screaming in the morning. My party went in July before school holidays in U.K. But from non U.K. there were quite a few kids running around unsupervised by their parents and they were knocking on people's doors late at night and running away , thankfully this only happened the once. The souk market was a good day out and the cab was only 25 dirhams each way, our party had a massage and body scrub which was an hour massage and an hour body scrub for 300 dirham which was good value.
This was my first trip to Morocco and it is safe to say I will never ever visit again. My fiancé and I travelled to Agadir via Ryanair which was an ordeal in itself, after arriving at the hotel we were greeted at reception and asked if we would like dinner as the restaurant was due to close shortly, on arriving at the restaurant we saw the buffet and found all of the meat to be bones or grizzle with a miss match of sides and picked our way through paella (for me) and oxtail (my fiancé). The following morning we both woke up to find the bedroom infested with ants and I can hand on heart say I have never felt so ill, we proceeded to spend the following 3 days hung over or sat on the toilet and after speaking to the other English guests we found we were not the only ones. After speaking to other guest we were advised to stop eating the all inclusive food and et at El Toro and Le Brasserie on the sea front, after we did this we both got much better and were able to enjoy a few days in the sun. The bedroom was basic and very disappointing, there was no safe in the room just an unlockable box, no kettle or mugs for tea/coffee, the plumbing was all falling out of the sink, the shower head was broken and the ants came back every morning even though we complained to reception. To top it all off the maid proceeded to then throw away our belongings which she deemed as rubbish until I showed her what she had thrown away which was my jewellery. All bedrooms are meant to have a view of the pool or gardens however unless you count a flat roof full of seagulls nests as a garden view, this isn't true. They will also keep you awake all night long and poo all over the balcony. The hotel shuts down at 11pm, do not expect to be able to get a drink unless you go to the 'club' when expect half a drink in a plastic cup (including coffee!). The whole experience was awful and to top it off on leaving the hotel, the concierge staff then tried to pull our pool toys out of our hands saying 'you leave here, give to me, I have children'. I appreciate it isn't thriving country however I was shocked and very angry as I had wanted to give to a family we had made friends with however I felt I didn't have a choice. We also had read online that there was a 2 huge swimming pools (now filled in and replaced with one smaller one), mini golf (removed 18months ago), 2 restaurants (never existed) and other facilities which the reps in the hotel didn't even know once were there. The only thing I would compliment in the whole hotel would be the animation team, they were lovely and really friendly with all guests. They work far too hard for far too little and need more of a reward than the £250 per month I was told they are paid forwarding 6 days at 12 hours per day. From looking around Agadir there are much better choices of hotel than this, I was so disappointed I will be lodging a full complaint with the holiday operator.
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located within a 5-minute walk of Agadir Beach, Hotel Les Almohades Agadir is within a 15-minute stroll of Agadir Open Air Theatre. This 321-room, 4-star resort has 2 restaurants, a private beach, and an outdoor pool. Stade Al Inbiaate and Musee du Patrimoine Amazigh are a short walk away.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Main restaurant, which specializes in international cuisine.
Hotel Les Almohades Agadir's 321 rooms are air-conditioned and provide balconies, refrigerators, and safes. TVs come with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer free toiletries and bidets. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include phones and desks.
Hotel Les Almohades Agadir features a nightclub, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with concierge services and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly resort include a sauna, outdoor tennis courts, and free WiFi in public areas.
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43% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 240 reviews