The Agadir Beach Club combines four star luxury, a beachfront location, and close proximity to a colourful mix of restaurants, shops and bars - it's an ideal choice for a vibrant and fun holiday in Morocco.
Agadir is one of Morocco's most popular resorts and boasts a delightful seafront promenade and plenty of shops and places to eat and drink, and to really savour the unique atmosphere of this part of the world. Guests at the Agadir Beach Club will find themselves right in the heart of everything, as well as enjoying excellent on site facilities, four star luxury and a golden sandy beach.
There's an enviable selection of amenities at the Agadir Beach Club - all designed to ensure guests have the very best holiday in Morocco. From the impressive, tree-lined pool to the tranquil spa and private beach, you'll find lots of places to relax and unwind.
When it's time to eat, choose from five restaurants, each with their own distinctive ambience, as well as four bars for a pre- or post-dinner drink. You can also utilise the tennis courts and fitness centre to keep in trim whilst you're away.
Twin garden view rooms benefit from a balcony or terrace, as well as air conditioning, satellite television, telephone, mini bar, safety deposit box (safe is at a fee) and a hairdryer. Twin sea view rooms are also available at a supplement.
This 4-star hotel is ideally situated on the seafront promenade of the popular resort of Agadir. Guests can enjoy the wide range of facilities on offers, including a choice of five restaurants, a swimming pool and a spa. It provides the perfect base for a holiday to Agadir with many local restaurants, shops and bars close at hand, as well as the golden sandy beach.
Me and my partner came and stayed for 7nights bed and breakfast. Breakfast was lovely was thinking bout upgrading to half board or all inclusive but worked out cheaper eating out at evenings and using the pool bar in the day. Drinks were expensive £4.50 a pint! Coffee was lovely.
Location is ideal on the beach however u do get hassled so stay within the barriers on the beach and you won’t soon as your out of the barriers they miver and miver to the point where u get annoyed...
Restaurants in the area are expensive but if u walk along the promenade they go cheaper. We walked up to the marina where we located the posh shops like Zara and coffee bars where the locals live.
Poolside was lovely as the hotel is large the wind doesn’t affect you when sunbathing and the pool was a good temperature.
The room was amazing and big we had a family suite as we don’t share a bed and the two beds were comfy and there’s also a sofa bed in the lounge. It’s nicely decorated throughout and looks like a 4 star the cleaners work hard and make sure the hotels standards are kept upto scratch we couldn’t fault it.
The shop in the hotel is reasonably priced and have a good selection of Cigerettes ice cream and drinks. The hotel has a strict policy about no food or drinks to be taken into the hotel however we did but hid the bag in my handbag. Bring alcohol from the airport and drink in your room it’s a lot cheaper than drinking at the hotel.
Overall we had a very enjoyable stay we had a quiet room overlooking the beach sideways. Would I come back? No unfortunately not and that’s not due to the hotel at all it’s down to i didn’t really enjoy Morocco. You have to haggle everything I got a leather handbag down from 900 dirham to 300 Dirham ( around £28) and scarves at reasonable prices and gifts.
A huge hotel. A nice and big lobby. A big swimmingpool and a few meters from the beach...
Lots of places to eat in the poolarea. Live music every night in the bar. Nice and friendly staff. Breakfast was great. Lot to choose. Nice and clean.
I really enjoyed my stay at Agadir Beach Club. Frankly, it's the kind of place that if you are looking for things to complain about, there are plenty: The room towels were thin; the bed and bedding, though fine, was far from nice; the Wi-Fi in our room was, at best, occasionally spotty (though if you were in the lobby, it worked like a charm).
HOWEVER, if you are looking for positives, especially for a family holiday, there were tons. The staff - especially the entertainment team - was insanely friendly and were all fluent in plenty of languages including English...
They chatted with me and my 4-year-old, joked with us, and genuinely seemed to enjoy interacting with us. Someone else on here described it as a "cruise ship experience" and I got the same feeling. My wife said it was classic European resort, which, as an American, I can't really comment on! It definitely had a classic feel - in the decor as well - and I found it charming for our situation.
Oh, and the service staff was also great: I never struggled to get a beer! In fact, they were usually brought to me.
Meanwhile, the location was great: midway along the boardwalk (or whatever that pathway is called) meaning you could easily walk anywhere we wanted to get to, including plenty of restaurants and bars within five minutes on foot. The hotel was across the street from the beach, and had a bit of private roped off beach access.
That said, we rarely went to the beach because the pool was amazing. Large and relatively shallow all around, giving the option to either swim or just walk around. Also pretty sure it was a touch heated which made it easy to dive in (though maybe that was just a benefit of being so shallow). Plus, they had an extra shallow kids section that was attached to the main pool but separated by a wall. Most of the clientele was older, but our kid always found a couple other kids to play with even during the quiet time of year we visited.
Overall, for the price (inexpensive by our standards) we got a great value for what we did. Your mileage may vary if you have more posh expectations, but we would definitely return!
Location is very convenient to the beach, though once in the hotel everything else seems far away -- it's like a cruise ship! Mostly German tour groups, though there were some domestic tourists as well. The hotel is old -- actual keys, few elevators, few electrical outlets, terrible wi-fi, little A/C, strange hot water plumbing. But it is well-kept and clean, and the swimming pool is gorgeous...
Several choices for restaurants, but all food seems the same mid-range mid-price inoffensive. Lack of wi-fi makes it impossible for business travelers like me.
Our travel agent booked us into this hotel for our one night stay in Agadir. The hotel looks lovely from the outside and it is close to the beach. It is definitely not accessible so don't even consider staying here if you can't walk a long way or climb a lot of stairs...
Our first impression of the service was when the porter gave me a disgusted look for not giving him a paper money tip - all I had were large bills and I wasn't giving him those. The hotel is sprawling and separated into numerous pavilions. It looks like it was built after the earthquake of 1960 and is still decorated in the 60's era. The rooms are tiny, with few electrical outlets - we had to unplug lamps to charge our phones/cameras. The wifi was so bad, I got a message to "move closer to the source and try again". I have never seen that message before. Getting a beach towel means paying a deposit at information in the main building then going to the pool service to get the towel, returning the towel to pool service and then going to the cashier (not information like they tell you) to get your money back, it's not really worth it if you're only here for a night. We had a nice meal in the fish restaurant at extra cost. The breakfast buffet is sprawling in area but the food choices are limited. I would not recommend this hotel for one night, and I think the food would be boring if you stayed here longer.