With 4 swimming pools and a beach on its doorstep, the Tikida Dunas is a water baby’s paradise.
This hotel has a standout setting. Not only is it on its own stretch of hourglass-fine sand, but it’s just footsteps from shops, restaurants and bars. The centre of Agadir’s only a 10-minute walk away, too.
There are 4 pools, 3 restaurants, and plenty of sports to try.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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Oceane Wellness and beauty centre*
There's so many treatments on offer here with massages, reflexology, facials, nails and waxing on the menu, you'll be spoilt for choice.
2 outdoor pools
Huge pools with wooden bridges and palm dotted islands are a key feature of this hotel. Pick a sunbed and parasol on one of the terraces or gardens surrounding the pools.
The buffet restaurant offers a varied breakfast with continental and wholemeal products. For lunch and dinner you'll find a selection of dishes on offer, plus there are on the spot cooking stations too.
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suite with sea view and balcony
Neutral shades and soft furnishings give these sea-view suites a warm and luxurious feel. There's a double bedroom with 1 extra bed, air-conditioning and satellite TV. Plus, there's a lounge, and a balcony or terrace offering a bit of outside space.
twin room with balcony or terrace
These spacious twin rooms come with a balcony or terrace bringing in lots of natural light. Air-conditioning and satellite TV are both included. There's 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
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Fantastic 30th birthday holiday
Me and my wife booked this for my 30th birthday. We looked at a few hotels in morocco and so glad we chose this. Staff are brilliant and can't do enough. The hotel is spotless and rooms cleaned everyday with unlimited bottled water in the room fridge. On the day if my birthday the hotel posted a small card wishing me happy birthday then set our table in the evening with rose petals a complementary bottle of champagne and a candle followed by a birthday brought out by some of the chefs restaurant manager singing happy birthday, totally in expected but a nice touch. You'll see a lot of reviews saying the staff only like or favour the French!? This is not the case. We did a few tours on Agadir (highly recommended) we got to know the history of it and the fact the majority of people that move there are French and French is spoken as a second language by all burburs. The staff can easily have conversations with the French as there English is basic but enough. The bar staff are fantastic and appreciate the odd tip 20MAD is only about Â£1.60 but when you take into consideration they only make Â£7.35 a day it's well appreciated. Ahmed in the bar actually came out of his way the morning we left to thank us shake our hand and wish us a safe journey home. Food is excellent (nothing a decent fried breakfast wound sort, only slight downside) but they do try and cater for all and remember your in morocco not uk and everything is sourced locally. You'll always find a great meal any time of day. Try something different we did and loved it. If there was any down side (and I feel bad saying this as they put the hours in 7am-12am) the entertainment is poor unfortunately nothing makes sense ?? But all in all you'll love it fantastic place More
Great place to escape and relax.
This was our first all inclusive holiday so had no idea what to expect. As a family with a toddler it proved the perfect choice as we were able to forget about the usual stresses and stains of life and let the hotel and its staff provide for our every need. We ended up hardly leaving the place as it had everything we wanted. Lovely room, 5003 looking straight out onto the beach which felt like a fantastic treat, as if we were in our own private sea side villa. Decent food catering to the mixed clientele of mainly French/British so quite smart really, grilled fresh fish, steak wide selection of salads and sautÃ©ed veg, lovely indulgent deserts and patisseries. One thing they need to improve is checking if you had finished as our plates were often whisked away when we had only gone for something extra, a frustration with a 3 year old who eats slowly. Nice play/pool area for the children with some nice staffforvthem to engage with although they could improve on what they have to offer/are capable of. Saw a few shows in the evening, not upto much really although the Moroccan show was good and the circus not too bad. Lovely bar area for a drink after the evening meal mind. We got lucky with the weather too, 30's for the first week then a bit cooler. I didn't want to leave and have found getting back to normal life dull, so that's a mark of a great holiday.More
The hotel itself was lovely and we arrived during a heatwave, which was an added bonus! The rooms were lovely and the food for breakfast and lunch were great. The food for the evening buffet was below average but the Moroccan restaurant food was lovely. Be warned however, you will more than likely be sat at a table with people you don't know, which was great for us! Another area that let the holiday down was some of the male staff. I went on a girly holiday, just me and one other, however I was bombarded with propositions from male staff which ruined the holiday for me. There was even one that waited for my friend to go get a drink and then woke me up whilst I was asleep on the sun lounger. I explained several times I was in a relationship but this did not stop them in their track. Some women may like this, but it categorically made sunbathing and meals quite stressful for what should have been a relaxing short break! More
Amazing resort, lovely, spacious & comfortable rooms. Pretty grounds to walk around with beautiful gardens. The swimming pool is stunning and massive although we didn't really get to enjoy it as the water was freezing in January. The food/buffet were above average. They also have a Moroccan restaurant where you have to book a table but it is still a buffet, just different environment! However, I will agree with the review below about the staff. The male staff do need to back off a bit and retain a more professional manner. More
Beautiful hotel, huge junior suite with an awesome view. Really good food especially the Moroccan Restaurant at dinner. Sometimes not too hot in June but really recommended. Agadir is a really nice town every time. Ø´ÙØ±Ø§ Ø¬Ø²ÙÙØ§More
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