Royal Decameron Tafoukt - All Inclusive4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Another wonderful stay at The Tafoukt....the staff were amazing as always, they work so, so hard....everywhere is exceptionally clean, the grounds and pool are beautiful and the food is plentiful, lots of choices and it’s delicious...I choose to stay here primarily for the cleanliness and friendliness...it’s second to none!.... My only gripe is sometimes cross contamination is visible...like a maid who used the same mop to clean the toilet floor and then everywhere else in the room ....and the waiter who changed the bin in the outside dining area and then proceeded to set tables, handling cutlery etc....without washing his hands or using disposable gloves....it might seem trivial to some... but it’s so important for good hygiene control! Also, please more signs, announcements, etc in English ....like the dinner and lunch menus that are written in chalk...as although the majority of guests are French, there are a small group of us that are non-french speakers... Lastly, a thank you to the staff at reception...their professionalism is a credit to the hotel....
I did a solo holiday end of April for my birthday, 3 nights. This hotel was amazing. It’s like a palace, it’s so big. It has a sports bar with a pool table, a chill out area, a massive reception with sofas, a massive pool and sunbathe area, and outside bar, outside snack room. The rooms don’t get WiFi, only the reception/bar area does, so you’ll find a LOT of people in reception most of the day. It has its own little market with shops inside. My room was massive. 2 beds together to make a huge double. Really clean and modern. There is security everywhere so I felt so safe. All the staff were amazing and friendly and helpful. The all inclusive part was amazing. The food was SO good. It was my first time going all inc and I’ve always dreaded it cos I always see bad reviews, but the food here was amazing. Lots of choice, hot food, salad, local, general stuff for kids. I think it was an extra £50 in total for me to do all inc for 4 days. I recommend you do it. I booked a trip on my last day and the hotel let me keep my case there whilst on the trip but also let me keep my all inc wristband for dinner before my flight. I’d technically checked out at midday so they didn’t have to do this. The hotel backs on to the beach. There’s a McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, and kfc 2 minutes away. Every day the staff did things like Zumba and yoga. No other entertainment though. The location is really good, but to be honest there’s not much to do in agadir if you’re not doing a tour so don’t worry too much about location. I was all inc so I didn’t have to worry about restaurants being close etc.
It's very beautiful building. Nice architecture. Especially very Moroccan design in the hall. It was interesting to see some ethnical staff on the wall but unfortunately they we're covered with a layer of dust. Anyway the workers were wonderful, good customer service.
Visited this hotel for the first time for Christmas,had a great time, all the staff were very friendly and attentive, the hotel is right on the beach,the food was very nice and a good choice,this is a all inclusive hotel so no need to exchange a lot of local currency, all in all a very good holiday.
We had 3 couples joining us for a bit of winter sun. Overall the checking in experience was good, however we had friends who also came but via the transfer bus and they didnt arrive until later, the restaurant closed at 10pm and they should have been told to go straight there and get soem thing to eat and then finish the checking in procedure. In the end they got to the restaurant at 3 minutes past 10 and were told they couldnt have anything. The room was looking tired and it was a struggle to close and open the curtains and blackout curtains. however the beds were very comfortable and the lighting very good in our room, the feedback from other friends staying though was that the lighting in Block 5 was very limited and rooms dark. The entertainment was very good and the dance troop and other people really went out of their way to put on a good show and round the pool activities. However it was done in French and as such a lot of English speakers did not get involved. All of the inclusive drinks are in plastic cups, for safety you would expect this but it would be nice at night to have glass in the bars. Saturday night is a bus night for locals and as such expect it to be noisy until the early hours for rooms overlooking the areas that locals congregate, but after that the rooms were quiet. The food in the buffet restaurant was always very good and a good variety. You can go to the attached restaurant for on night in the week but the experience was not that good and we felt the food in the buffet was better. The pool is cool as it was early in the year and is unheated, but clean and we were always able to get a group of beds together. You will be approached by street traders when outside of the hotel but we found they all went away when we said no thanks (Non Merci!).
I spent 4 days with family in February Tafoukt, staff are friendly, nice, the swimming pool wasn't heated! the Moroccan food tasty unlike other options, but not really varied, but good quality/price. what i didn't like at all was the smell in my room, wasn't pleasant in some times, it came from the toilet or the bathroom.
The public areas of the hotel are of a high standard and very well maintained. The staff are always very friendly and helpful and the food in the restaurant is always plentiful with great choice. It is one of the closest hotels to the modern centre of Agadir and all the grounds are also maintained beautifully. The entertainment staff are great and work very hard to keep you entertained throughout the day and evening. However the rooms are very basic, hairdryer next to useless, none of the little touches you usually expect eg flannel in the bathroom, cotton buds, even pen and paper do not exist. Furniture has been knocked together by local carpenter. In the bedroom is just a bed - that’s it! in a suite only 1 TV in the living room. If you had children with you then you couldn’t watch once they had gone to bed. None of the excursions advertised off the lobby are in English so you feel excluded. Biggest issue no WiFi other than in reception. As the hotel is made up of 7 separate buildings it’s a pain to have to walk out to reception every time you want to check for emails. For all these reasons I would rate it more a 3 star than 4 star hotel- but staff work very hard to make your stay enjoyable.
We booked the hotel as it was a very decent price for the reviews it received and all around it seemed just right for a week in (hopefully) winter sun. Despite 2 days of rain and 1 of iffy weather, the other 4 were good and at least 2 would be termed hot weather, around 25-27 degrees. The rain was actually entertaining, sitting playing cards watching the deluge! Room- Initially we were placed in a room overlooking the front of the hotel and the main road. Now I like a bit of people watching and so, with it being a large, clean room with balcony and sofa, we went with it. Until night time; there is a disco below the hotel and it goes until 4-5am!!! Every day. After 2 nights I couldn't deal with the thumping base. When we asked to move the reception staff were very helpful and that afternoon we moved to the brand new block near the beach/restaurant. A smaller room with no balcony and no sea view, but a solid night's sleep was far more beneficial! The beach- it is not a lovely clean sandy 'kids' beach by any stretch of the imagination. It is used heavily on weekends for football. The patch that the hotel took care of was well preened and was pleasant enough to sit at. Be prepared for hawkers selling all manner of things, however a friendly 'non merci' was enough to move them along. Having said that, we did by some fantastic blankets/throws from one gentleman. Two huge ones for £12 and they appear to be hand made and good quality at home now. Would be £100 in Dunelm or similar! In general the proemnade (which we walked all the way to the very top of the beach and back) is well paved and pleasant, but the resort itself is very litter strewn. The pool- It's a simple affair, no slides or anything like that but it was clean and no overly busy even though the hotel seemed somewhere around 2/3 full. The terrace around the pool was clean and nice to sit out of an evening, with a pool bar also. There were activities through th day. Anyone who has ever stayed in a Francophile hotel will know the sort of things that go on. The hotel itself- Very clean, cool and never felt crowded. There is a sports bar off the lobby showing the football games from around the world. Don't assume your team will be on though! We went ten minutes up the road to The English Bar (sounds worse than it is!) for the Champions League game. This is a pretty expensive spot though, but had every conceivable match on and a good mix of locals and holidaymakers.Back in the hotel, there was another lounge which was decked out in traditional Morccan style with huge silk drapes and upholstered sitting areas. Food and Drink- SUPERB! The food is amongst the very best we have ever had on all-inclusive. The variety precludes me from going into full detail here, but rest assured there will be something for everyone! Breakfast and dinner we took in the restaurant. Usually, we went to the little pizza bar just outside for a simple lunch. Pizzas were excellent.The all inclusive drinks were fine too. The beer certainly wasn't a pilsner, but more akin to a carling or a fosters. I wouldn't drink either of the latter at home, but for free, it certainly did the job. It's a local beer in bottles but poured into a glass. The bar staff were superb, bouncing from Arabic to French to German to English. Great guys. The spirits were also very platable even if they were hard to tell apart! Anywhere that serves a fresh mojito with plenty of mint and ice will do me! The town- we went on a bit of a wander on our last day to see what the place was really like. We walked uphill away from the beach and did about a 2 hour circle route past the palace gardens, the football stadium and back round. Like most tourist destinations, get off the main front and it's not so pretty, but it was good to see a bit of the real Morocco. Had a great time haggling in French for a chess set. A beautiful piece hand made and got it for a bargain (although the souk owner didn't think so!). All in all a very pleasant hotel away from the disco, food of genuinely superb quality and for the price, it's a solid 3/5. Perhaps with some better weather and an effort to clean the beach and prom, this would have ben a 4* review.
We stayed here for a week with our 10 year old son. Parking and check-in were smooth and easy. We had no difficulty not speaking French. We had to change our first room since it had construction behind it and got pretty loud but the second had a nice balcony and ocean view. The staff were apologetic and happy to help. The rooms are decent, not very fancy but serviceable. The property is small but well maintained and pretty. The pool area is small and the pool is not heated so we did not use it much. Pool chairs were easy to find but they kept running out of pool towels later in the day. The beach is just behind the property, across the boardwalk and there are chairs and umbrellas reserved for the hotel. Food was actually good for an all-inclusive. They had different international cuisine every night and our son, who is picky, ate well. We did try the a la carte restaurant which was very simple and not great. There is also a pizza place open 11-5 and crepes from 4-5. I wish there had been some sort of food available from 5-7 since that is when we often returned hungry from tours. Also, the boardwalk is full of cheap restaurants so all-inclusive seemed a bit unnecessary. Evening entertainment was hit or miss. The dance nights were good, Moroccan night was great, variety night and karaoke could be skipped. Most were in French. We had hoped to book trips through the hotel but the tour desk seemed very uninterested and unhelpful so we went across the street to Desert Valley Tours. Overall, a decent stay in a nice place. Not sure that we would return, but not because of the resort.
Me and a friend visited for a 5 day break before heading over to Marrakech. Hotel was really nice, very clean and helpful people. The food was always plentiful and delicious, we stayed in one of the rooms just outside the hotel which suited us well as had a nice balcony and situated a little away you do have to walk through a small souk but this was quite and before 10 and after about 5 or 6 the shops were closed. In any doubt after a seeing us few times they no longer tried to get us into there shops. My only complaint would be that one our last full day we spent a few hours on our balcony chatting and playing cards and one guy from the entertainment team opened the window above us (rooms at the top obviously is where they stay) and asked us to be quiet as he was on his break and wanted to sleep. This all baring in mind it was 4pm in the afternoon and we were just 2 people playing cards not having a wild party. I seemed a bit off and made us some what uncomfortable. But this was our only issue throughout our stay. Still a 5 star rating from us
- Steps from Agadir Beach
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Agadir Bay, Royal Decameron Tafoukt - All Inclusive is adjacent to Agadir Beach with other popular attractions like Agadir Marina within a couple of miles (3 km). This 214-room, 4-star property has 2 restaurants, a private beach, and an outdoor pool.
Enjoy dining at Cafe del Mar, one of 2 onsite restaurants. You can get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
The 214 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including balconies, minibars, and phones. For entertainment, guests can expect to find satellite TV. Hair dryers and desks are other standard amenities.
Royal Decameron Tafoukt - All Inclusive features a private beach, a nightclub, and an outdoor pool. If you drive, take advantage of free parking. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with luggage storage, concierge services, and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this all-inclusive property include a children's pool, a health club, and free WiFi in public areas.
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79.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1567 reviews