The Tulip Inn Oasis Agadir really is a charming oasis of peace, occupying a prime beachside location in this popular Moroccan resort. As well as enjoying an excellent selection of four star amenities and a delightful private beach just few steps away, when you want to strike out and explore, the vibrant resort of Agadir with its excellent amenities and picturesque marina are an easy stroll.
From the expansive mountain and sea views, to the warm waves lapping on the beach, the glorious sunshine, and the bustling resort and promenade - this really is the ideal place to enjoy Morocco at its best.
Don't let the name fool you - the Tulip Inn Oasis Agadir certainly isn't a small country inn, it's a bright and airy hotel with lots to offer guests when it comes to enjoying a fantastic sunshine holiday. As well as a spacious tulip-shaped pool, there's also a stretch of private beach too, both of which are excellent choices for lazy days or cooling off.
If relaxation is top of your agenda on holiday, you'll want to spend some time in the wellness centre enjoying a little pampering and perhaps an invigorating sauna or massage. Alternatively, why not let off a bit of steam with a fitness centre work out' That's also a great way to unwind.
For more sedate pursuits, chill out and enjoy some live music in the lounge, maybe with a cool drink from the bar in hand? There's also a choice of two restaurants here at the Tulip Inn Oasis Agadir, perfect if you want to dine closer to home rather than head into town.
Rooms are tastefully decorated with air conditioning, satellite television, telephone, safety deposit box and French balconies. There's also Wi-Fi if you want to stay in touch.
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This 4-star hotel is ideally situated near to centre of Agadir and just 200 metres from the beach promenade. The hotel is within easy walking distance of Agadir's picturesque marina, with many shops, restaurants and bars close by. Guest facilities include an attractive swimming pool, a private beach and a wellness centre.
Friendly, helpfull staff! Well organized and willing to think with you.
Nice room with small balcony. Comfy (hard) bed and good pillows. Mini fridge, TV and desk with mirror...
4 towels, shower gel, shampoo and soap. Daily (good) cleaning (and flowers on my bed) WiFi in the room (comes and goes, but mostly good
Asked for a sunny balcony and got one of the few without sun :-( 2 outlets: 1 near the toilet (?) Can be noisy from the terrace downstairs. Good pool with shower en sunbeds. Many options to sit outside. Breakfast is okay. Lunch and dinner not a lot of vegan options. When they where out of things I can eat, they offered me the buffet for a very reduced price. Good move :-)
Environmental friendly: washing towels on the floor and lights with sensors in the hallway
Hammam, massage, madi / padi, beauty and hair salon ATM in lobby Guards in front of the door
Stayed with my girlfriend for 7 nights. Staff is nice and helpfull. Room was clean and nice for the money. Only problem was some work for about 5 days from 9:30 am it was rly noisy...
We didnt complain but its something that should not be happening.
Stayed here from last week in October-first week in Novemeber. Had a sea view, but the noice from the road kept us awake, no double glazing to dum the sound. Satff where all first class and very helpful and friendly...
Noisy toilet when flushed and filling back up with water. Get the little red taxis, went everywhere for 20Dirhams (under £2.00) Very cheap for food all over Agadir, and just a 5 minute walk to the beach.There are people trying to sell things on the beach, but when you say no, they walk away, and dont hastle you. Beds are hard and lunpy and take a bit of getting used to. Staying at the Hotel De Roses next year in February, so see what that will be like.
well here I am again just back from Agadir & my favourite hotel there Oasis I have tried other hotels in the resort but always return to the Oasis even on one trip a few years ago midway through my trip?! As usual the staff there were brilliant they are by far the hotels greatest asset & should be acknowledged as that. There are a lot of changes going on in the Oasis at the minute on my trip before this one they were totally revamping the dining room it is now completed and looks fab, however this is just the beginning anybody who has stayed in the Oasis in the past would have to admit that the bedrooms needed a revamp well watch this space the work has begun on the 4th floor & to say it is an amazing job is not doing it justice, the director of the hotel Mr Saaid is very involved in the entire project I was very lucky to get a room on the 4th floor & even though the rooms are still the same size they feel twice as big the lighting has also improved & the decor is totally changed anyone who has stayed there in the past and felt the rooms were claustraphobic I would suggest you try a return visit you will be pleasantly surprised, the bar is as always busy and now they have music 6 nights a week it is moroccan music and not too loud so easy to sit back and listen to the pool area and pool bar are wonderful as always and off course the gardens around the pool are always kept very well I could do with one of the gardeners myself here at home ??!! yet again my visit was magic and cannot wait to get back in January, before I finish I cannot forget Mohammed the Jeweller in the foyer of the hotel as usual he had some beautiful pieces to show me I have been buying bits of jewellery from him for 20 years & they are all still as good as the day I bought them so it is well worth calling in to him during your stay so roll on January looking forward to seeing you all again
Average stay with good location.. Walking distance to the beach. Rooms are not that great and beds are very uncomfortable but, you get what you pay for...
Cheap budget hotel. Decent swimming pool. Very old aircon but still works. No safe in the rooms.