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.
These rooms have a light and airy feel with neutral decor. They can sleep up to four, in a split level room. 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.
These junior suites with sea view have a light and airy feel with neutral decor. They can sleep up to four, in a split level room. 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.
The worse ever stay i have had in a long time. I got threatened by the reception staff that they beat me up. The cleaners never change your bed sheets. The staff is always after your money. Food is rubbish. It mean to be 4/5 star more like a 1. An to top it off every time i leave my room an come back my stuff be moved around. Watch out for the staff member in my picture he rude an will try fighting you an askingfor money.More
ozzy786786, Birmingham, United Kingdom
A most enjoyable and relaxing holiday
This year my sister and I went to Agadir Morocco. We chose well. The hotel was very lovely. Lots of greenery and plants and not just a concrete edifice. Our room was on the 1st floor but actually on the same level as reception from the street. Our twin beds were together as a double so we moved them apart a little and when we came in from the beach the next day we found the furniture had all been very tastefully moved about to make us comfortable. The wine for the all inclusive was very good indeed. Much better than we expected. So often the wine on offer is not good, just drinkable. The pool was great although the pool bar was alcohol free which seemed to us rather silly as nobody used it. The bar at the top was giving alcohol and it was only a few steps away. The staff could not have been kinder or more helpful and again Thompson's were great. The day trip to Marraquesh was far to long, pick up 6.30am and return 11.30pm. We were all exhausted. It was great to see the square but there was too much wandering about mosques and old buildings and the streets off the square were very narrow and full of people dashing about on motor scooters. On the whole I thoroughly recommend this hotel.More
PhillipAldridge, Cussy-le-ChÃ¢tel, Bourgogne, France
All seemed OK until we needed a sunbed, you really do have to be up before 6AM to reserve one. The hotel policy clearly states that they are not to be reserved!
Approached the hotel staff to be told - it's the English....and if there's one on a bed just move it! Not helpful at all. Thomson Rep not interested either!
Restaurant staff generally good with a few exceptions. Themed restaurants nothing special.
Wi-Fi only in reception and slow
Would I come back? Not to this hotel, but yes to Morocco, a lovely place.More
Scarborough6875, Scarborough, United Kingdom
I went away for a relaxing holiday with my boyfriend and found this hotel great. It is clean and spacious. Staff were so friendly and welcoming, they would do anything
to help. The locals are also friendly.
The beach is beautiful and the pool is relaxing. However, if you do not get up at 6:30am you will not get one of the bed-type loungers. You should be able to get the normal ones though. There is also a lot of people trying to sell things on the beach but you just say no thank you and they move along. Neither of these impacted our holiday as you could just use a normal lounger and we just told sellers we were not interested.
Would recommend visiting Pure Passion, a local restaurant. They did the best steak I've ever had. Can be arranged through the Thomson rep. The restaurant will pick you up via taxi and drop you back after at no additional cost.
Hatim the Thomson rep is very helpful and I would recommend going to the introduction meeting as the excursions are great. We went on the camels and visited the Caleche and Medina, Mohammad the tour guide we had was fab!
Hotel entertainment was good and waiters would remember your drink orders and keep you topped up throughout the night! Just remember to tip, doesn't have too be much.
Would totally recommend this hotel to family and friends, but would make sure you are not above the disco as I emailed before arrival to request a room away from the disco as I had read reviews on here previously. Consequently, we were no where near the disco and had a pool and sea view! More