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Just returned from the Igouder Aparthotel with family of 3adults and 3kids and had a great time.The weather was unbelievable for Oct./Nov.We had two ground floor,1 bed,apartments which were very basic and I don't think you would be able to cook any food in them but they were clean,we had constant hot water,no matter what time of day or how many of us had showered,they were very quiet,the cleaner came in each day and the bedding and towels were changed on a regular basis.The pool area was brilliant,the pool was cleaned every day and the sun loungers came with cushions and were free.There was never anyone else in the pool so it was like having our own private pool,the kids absolutely loved it cos they could mess about to their hearts content without annoying anyone.The situation of these apartments are unbeatable.Lovely views over the sea,5mins.walk to the beach,bars and restaurants and only 10 minutes walk into the Talborjt area of Agadir where there is a superb selection of cheap bars and restaurants.All the staff at the Igouder were so nice,friendly and helpful.I must mention Abdul on reception.Top man.Please don't go expecting 5*luxury.You get what it says on the tin.We paid £660 for two apts.for 14nights which is excellent value and would stay here again.

This place is terrible , very dirty , lights held up with tape , shower/head was broken and also dirty , the bath was'nt even cleaned , the walls in the bathroom was black with damp and also the shower curtain was all black spots from damp..the kitchen and all in it was is a terrible state , the bedroom was the same with an open window next to the bed..the lock on the front door was broken and rusty.... I refused to stay here and booked out again within 30 mins and had to find somewhere else to stay 5pm ...PLEASE PLEASE DO NO BOOK INTO THIS PLACE.

Good location, 5 minute walk to the beach. Rooms are large and clean and serviced daily. Although advertised as a 'self catering apartment', I wouldn't like to have to cook with what they provide - including a 2 ring camping type electric hot plate. Rarely had anything above luke warm water and had numerous cold showers. Having said that, it is very cheap, it is clean, functional and the staff are very friendly and helpful. I didn't go on holiday to sit in my apartment, I only went in to change or sleep. Opinion? You get what you pay for - this is excellent value for money.

Don’t even try to book , I was always curious to see how is looks this hotel inside . So I booked a room and I really regret . Everything’s worth to give -2 if is possible . Looks like a jungle in agadir city , floor dirty , bed sheets disgusting, toilette , shower , whole things in very poor conditions. Honestly I don’t understand why this hotel kept 3 stars on rate ,very surprising . Please if you looking to enjoy your stay in agadir add more few pounds or sometimes less and look for onther hotel . Try to avoid Tagadirt hotel , Igoudar hotel , sud Bahia Hotel , Rihab hotel . No hot water what the .......

Having read the reviews, I was dreading arriving at Igoudar. We needn't have worried. We arrived very early due to public transport but were allowed to stay in the hotel until the room was ready. The staff were very helpful and checked us in early. We were given rooms 921 and 922 which were both very clean and had very comfortable beds which is all I had hoped for. The room decor is old and basic but you get what you pay for! We slept with the windows open and heard no noise at all. If you want a 5 star hotel experience then there are plenty of 5* hotels nearby. We didn't use the hotel pool as it didn't look too appealing. We had family staying at the Tagadirt, which is the sister hotel a few minutes away so used this pool instead which is much cleaner and looks nicer. All in all we had a lovely few days stay at Igoudar. All of the staff we encountered were warm, friendly and welcoming. If you want a basic, clean, comfortable room which is just a 10 minute walk from the beach, this is the place for you. If you are expecting luxury for budget prices, go elsewhere.

We arrived at Igoudar Appart-Hotel with our 1.5 year old son in the middle of the night after a extremely exhausting flight with two large suitcases, two small suitcases, a backpack, and a stroller. The night portière must have immediately seen his opportunity and when we wanted to check in he demanded that we pay him in Euro and in cash. We explained that we are from Sweden and don’t use Euro normally but that we could pay in Euro with our credit card. He then changed his mind and demanded that we withdraw Dirham from the cash machine just outside the entrance, claiming that they did not have a card reader (there is a sign right next to the desk saying that they do but we were too tired and exhausted to see it at the time). According to the exchange rate we should pay a specific sum but then he added “taxes” so the total sum became 25% larger. We were of course more or less forced to accept this as there was no reasonable way that we could find a new hotel at that time of night. We got a room next to the road, and not far from a neighbouring night club, and consequently there were little sleep during the nights that we stayed there. The room itself were in a terrible condition. Igoudar Appart-Hotel was probably built during the seventies and doesn’t seem to have been properly renovated since. This means there was missing light fixtures and old lamps were just suspended from old crusty electrical cables coming directly out of the wall/roof. Worst was that some of the power outlets were no longer properly attached to the wall which presented a deadly danger to our little boy, who likes to investigate everything that he encounters. There were also no warm water for most of the day and no water at all in the morning so when washing our little toddler we had to choose between washing him in ice cold water and having him cry through the whole ordeal or wait an hour for the old stow top heater to warm enough water to wash him properly. The cleaning maid would only give us one (very short) roll of toilet paper and when we complained she said it was the rules set by the management and that we should go down to the lobby and ask for a new roll every time we needed more. Needless to say, with two adults and a toddler one short toilet roll a day is not enough. When she cleaned the room she didn’t bother to change the water first which meant that our room was stinking of old mop water and I had to crawl around the floor in the whole apartment and wipe the floor with a towel. When my wife went to the lobby to complain, then instead of apologising, they laughed at her, so I guess not changing the mop water is management rules as well. The towels were from 2012 according to the tag on them and after six years of hotel use there were little left of them and they were not useful for anything else then as rags to wipe the table etc. We decided that we wanted a receipt of what we had paid when we arrived because we started to worry that they might ‘forget’ that we had already paid so we asked for it at the lobby and then it turned out that the night portière had only logged the original sum and put the “taxes” in his pocket. We then wrote a review of our stay so far and sent it to Expedia and apparently the owners of Igoudar Appart-Hotel (the “Groupe Sahara Hotels” which also runs the nearby Hotel-Club Tagadirt and a some other hotels and businesses) were less then pleased so the next day the manager was on site and apologised and offered us either the “taxes” back or a upgrade to a better room. Since we didn’t want to stay in what was effectively a death trap for our child we chose the better room. This was a mistake. The new room was considerably better, quieter, cleaner, and it had warm water. However, only one of the power outlets in the bedroom worked and that one that did work had the grounding pin on the French CEE 7/5 socket broken off. If we had been there when it was cold and had been forced to plug in the electrical heater that were situated on the wall next to the plug, and the heater (which was very old) would have malfunctioned, the whole outer metal casing of the heater could have become electrified and electrocuted anyone that had touched it, which is of course not ok if there is going to be children around. Since we didn’t need the heater we just ignored it and tried to finally enjoy our vacation and relax, but it soon became apparent that we would not be allowed to enjoy our stay… Outside each apartment is a small patio with a table and a rack for drying towels, clothes etc. but at the new room these were missing. So we went to ask for them. My wife stutters due to abuse and trauma that she suffered in her childhood and while asking for the table and rack at the lobby desk they said (paraphrased from Moroccan) “Ok, let’s just do it so we don’t have to have her here at the desk stuttering any more”. The table and rack never materialised during the remaining three days we stayed, every time we asked for it was either “ok we will do it soon” or “not my job, ask the next guy”. We were going to stay in Agadir for six weeks since my wife is from a nearby town but didn’t feel like booking a hotel for the whole time at once in case we wanted to travel a bit but had planned that Igoudar Appart-Hotel would be our base while we stayed in Morocco. This would have been our third stay at Igoudar Appart-Hotel so we already knew that the hotel is old and worn and were already prepared for that. However, when we asked if it would be possible to stay longer the response was that yes we could but we would have to pay in advance since the card reader was ‘broken’. When we questioned if that was true (we had seen them use it just recently when checking in another couple) they changed their answer to “Internet is too slow so we don’t want to use it” so it became rather apparent that they were just going to put the money directly into their own pockets. So, after having been practically robbed, abused and insulted in such a way as we were there were no way that we were going to stay any longer, so we found a new hotel where we will be staying instead for the next five weeks. So in short: At Igoudar Appart-Hotel they will try to steal money from you when you check in, insult you when you complain, and try to steal money from their employer as well. The hotel is also a death trap for children and any families should stay far away from Igoudar Appart-Hotel.

Stayed here twice and the latest time I stayed here was not as nice as the first time I stayed here , it was not as clean and staff were not as friendly , it’s okay if you are just dipping in and out of agadir but not for a long stay

This hotel had gone downhill drasticly since we visited last time. I would not return here again even though some of the staff were very helpful when we had to get back to England very quickly only 3 days into our 2 week stay We had been put on the top floor with only one tiny high up window in the sitting area, the water tanks burst and we were unable to leav the appartment while it was being sorted out, we were told we would be moved as this room was not a good room to give guests, the basin was very cracked and the appartment was not very clean.

There is not maintenance, the first was dirty, the second smell like it has being close for months, the 3 room the counter top in the kitchen fell off, the towels are like 10 years old, no toilet paper, to top everything a night club will keep you awake till 3 am. The pictures online must have being taken years ago, if you come here don’t expect much because you won’t get much. Half the light don’t work, very old fridge The front counter even told us the new owner is not interested in any renovation, only profit

Don't be fooled the picture online about this place must have bring taken years ago, the place look nowhere near realty, very run down place, we had to move to deferent room because the first one smell like it has not being occupied in years, just walk in the kitchen and a piece of the cement countertop fell on the floor. No towel, went back to reception we got some probably so old that they are fallen apart too just like everything in this place. This is a 2 star at best, the front counter told us the new owner refuse to spend anything on maintenance and it show everywhere.

Blvd du 20 Aout Agadir

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Agadir Beach
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Outdoor pool
  • Concierge services

Located in Agadir Bay within a mile (2 km) of Agadir Beach, Igoudar Appart-Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Agadir Marina. The 167 rooms at this 3-star residence include kitchens, patios, and living rooms.


All 167 accommodations feature kitchens and patios. There's space to spread out with a separate bedroom, living rooms, and dining areas. Bathrooms offer free toiletries and bidets. Electric kettles are also available.

Property features

Guests staying at Igoudar Appart-Hotel enjoy an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is available for MAD 10 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and concierge services. Other amenities at this family-friendly residence include a terrace, laundry facilities, and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

Family Apartment

Full 2 | Twin 1 | Sleeps 6

Standard Apartment, 1 Bedroom

Twin 4 | Sleeps 4

Apartment (3 persons)

Full 1 | Twin 1 | Sleeps 3


Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

65.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 211 reviews

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