Hotel Riu Tikida Beach  

Riu Tikida Beach has a prime spot on Agadir’s sandy beach. It’s also got one of the best pools in the neighbourhood.

This place wins big points for its location. It’s on a sandy beach that stretches for 9 kilometres, and the hotel has its own stretch. And when you fancy venturing out, it’s just a 15-minute walk to Agadir’s shops and souk.

The huge pool is the star here, closely followed by the restaurant line-up, which includes a gourmet seafood place. Activity-wise, there’s a good mix of sports and classes, while evenings are all about live shows.

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Based On 1055 reviews

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  • 1Building
  • 4Floors
  • 233Rooms
  • 3Lifts

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks until 24.00. Tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

Facilities ► View all

Thalassotherapy centre*

At the spa centre they are offering treatments using Thalassotherapy techniques. You can choose from a variety of algae and fango body wraps.

Moroccan restaurant

Visit the Moroccan restaurant for traditional local specialities. Just see reception to make a reservation.

Spa*

Head to the spa for treatments that will leave your skin feeling like cashmere or take a dip in the pool the choice is yours.

Rooms► View all

twin room

These rooms have a light and airy feel with neutral decor. They can sleep up to three, with twin beds, plus a single camp bed on request or they can be sold as a single. There's air-conditioning, central heating, a small fridge, a satellite TV with limited channels along with daily maid service and towel change. The linen is changed every four days.

twin room with limited sea view

These rooms come with a limited sea view and have a light and airy feel with neutral decor. They can sleep up to three, with twin beds, plus a single camp bed. There's air-conditioning, central heating, a small fridge, a satellite TV with limited channels along with daily maid service and towel change. The linen is changed every four days.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Absolutely incredible weekend

Went with my sisters to celebrate a birthday. All inclusive was brilliant. The food was amazing and the staff couldn't be nicer or more eager to please. The little Moroccan restaurant is a lovely experience. When we went it was adults only which was great. The funniest bit was the entertainment where I swear the singer was Alan Partridge. Not approapriate if you want lots of night life but great for a relaxing, indulgent long weekend.More

DonnaH48, Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Good value hotel with great facilities

Arrived here last week for a four night break. Wasn't disappointed. I emailed in advance requesting a quiet room south facing and this was acknowledged and sorted for us. Bath robes were a nice touch. The afternoon terrace restaurant Olivio was fantastic. Sitting in the sun having bbq and drinks served was a great afternoon and one that this hotel had cracked. It was a great concept and felt really good fun. Did take the day trip toMarrakech and must say it was a long tiring day but we thoroughly enjoyed it. I decided that I made the best choice to stay in Agadir on the beach front rather than my 4 nights in Marrakech. It was lovely but anymore than a day would be too much. Good service, drinks good and food was better than average. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and could of done with a few days more. Only disappointment I really do believe the French clientele are giving a warmer service. maybe this is because they can understand the language better but this is not to say we didn't get a good service it just wasn't as warm if you catch my drift.More

Tracy B, London, United Kingdom

Pleasant

I arrived after 9pm at night and check-in was slow because I had to print off my booking confirmation on arrival to give to them. Lucky that i had an iPad to do this. I don't know why this was necessary. I booked through Hotels.com. Because I arrived so late the hotel restaurants were closed, but they had prepared me a simple plate of cold cheese, meat and a little bread, as well as some water, which was thoughtful and welcome. The room was large, spacious and functional, but no balcony. If you do want a balcony, then make sure you ask for one before you arrive. I was unlucky as most rooms do actually have a balcony, but ask just in case! The fixture for the shower head above the bath is in a truly non-sensical place. There was a free safe in the room, and I had a pleasant pool and sea view. The breakfast buffet was very good, but the hot buffet was not quite ready at the supposed starting time. A continental breakfast is ready earlier though. Otherwise, in the evening, I preferred the fish and Moroccan restaurants, rather than the main buffet restaurant. You have to book these, but they are included in the price (all inclusive) and you get table service. The fish was slightly disappointing, but the Moroccan food was very tasty. The two restaurants were surprisingly quiet, but I recommend you try them. Lunch was also good. The grounds were pleasant and the location next to the beach was great. The pool is heated slightly and the hotel has a private beach, which is basic and not particularly cared for, but secure at least thanks to two employees who sit around there. You can walk to the town and along the beach to the marina and fishing port - about 30 minutes. The on-site spa is decorated nicely and the treatments I had there were handled in an efficient and firm rather than pampering manner. Value for money was ok. There is no independent travel and tours info in the hotel for independent travellers, but many reps can be found at different times who work in different languages, for different companies. For English speakers you have the choice of Thomson only, as far as I could see. I recommend a day trip into the Atlas mountains to see the Berber villages, etc. There is wifi in the main lobby and close by, but none in the rooms, which is disappointing. Check-out was fine and the airport is 25 mins away by car. A white taxi can be found easily outside the hotel, which costs 200 officially. Cheaper than the in-house taxi service which costs 300. The age profile of the clientele is generally 40s upwards.More

StuartJTA, Geneva, Switzerland

Our Moroccan trip!

Hotel was nice, food was okay, drinks not bad but non branded available. Rooms lovely decor wise but not very clean - and the view, we overlooked a dumpster! Staff were great, night entertainment dated, we traveled as a couple with friends (in our early 20s) and entertainment wasn't really suitable for us. The beach was nice but you get hounded by people sellings shirts hats and they became very nasty when you said no! In honesty I wouldn't travel here again, I didn't feel safe enough to go out and see the place itself but I didn't feel unsafe in the hotel itself. Pools were lovely but loungers not always available.More

Sam C, Manchester, United Kingdom

Pay no attention to bad comments

It's our final day here and we have had a brilliant week,food is amazing,drinks amazing,after reading some of the comments about the French getting preferential treatment and the English getting ignored we was a bit worried,all I can say to that is its complete nonsense,yes the French tip but I haven't tipped once and you will find that a simple "hello" "please" and "thank you" gos along way, rooms are comfy and cleaned everyday and we will be coming back in the next few years,we're aged 38 and 33 and it's a perfect place to relax,BTW cats are not a problemMore

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