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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Food & Drink
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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
At the spa centre they are offering treatments using Thalassotherapy techniques. You can choose from a variety of algae and fango body wraps.
Visit the Moroccan restaurant for traditional local specialities. Just see reception to make a reservation.
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.
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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.
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A superb Hotel for a short break
My wife and I stayed here just last week for a 4 night stay for our 24th wedding anniversary. From the moment we arrived we felt welcomed and the signing-in was quick and very easy. We were allocated accommodation on the 3rd floor and it was huge and spotless. A massive double bed, a large bathroom with shower and tub and loads of free toiletries. The balcony was big with a great view of the sea. The food in the restaurant was first class and the service second to none. All the staff were friendly and attentive but NEVER intrusive. It is a well run good class hotel and it was a real pleasure to stay there. Just outside the hotel there are local taxis and you can get conducted tours at a very cheap price. There is also a 'noddy' train that runs round the entire resort - the ride takes about 45 minutes and is a fun way to find where other places are located (16MAD - about Â£1.20). All in all a smashing short break and we would recommend the hotel and Agadir to anybody.More
Peter G, London UK
Great Hotel - but Food and Service makes it average!
Amazing to read some other reviews - almost seems like I did not go to the same place!? Firstly, I thought the dÃ©cor, ambiance and fragrance of the Hotel was fantastic - though it does take a little while to get to know your way around. A special mention for the room maid service which was brilliant. My Room had a pool and a sea view but no balcony, but it was such a great room that the lack of one did not bother me (and the bed was very comfortable). I thought that the pool area was absolutely great, a different selection of sunbeds scattered all over and a good pool (though bit too cold in February). BUT Important point - you definitely do not want to be in a room above the Disco unless you love loud music - I spoke to some (tired) people that did and it sounded not at all good! The location of the Hotel is great, a superb beach 30 seconds away, but beware the sellers as soon as you try to cross the Promenade to get there. The cats referred to in some other reviews I found were no problem at all. Having been on quite a few all inclusives before, I thought that the standard of the food at this Hotel was not great (in particular the breakfasts - I did not have one hot coffee all stay) and from my experience the service in the main Restaurant was pretty awful for all meals - I think it is fair to say that German (big tippers) and the French get better attention than the Brits irrespective of how much you tip. One special mention to the Thomson Rep Hassan who was the very best Rep that I think that I have ever experienced, he was funny, always helpful and generally superb (and he taught me how to haggle properly) - whatever they are paying him - it's not enough!More
Jay P, London, United Kingdom
First time - probably not the last!
Booked a week all inclusive with Thomsons, and found it to be excellent. Hotel spacious, food really good, location excellent, staff very attentive. Was worried by other reviewers who mentioned noise from the disco, so I email about a week before arrival and asked for a quiet room, which is exactly what we got. Never heard any noise at all from the disco - could have been closed for all I know!More
rayatkinson, Stockport, United Kingdom
Great service, hotel good, food ok
First time to Agadir, didn't really see much of it. The hotel is right in front of the beach, with a promenade dividing it. We sat on the beach early evening a few times as there are quite a few people using it and it was good to watch the sun setting out to sea. The service at check in was really friendly and all throughout out time at the hotel, the service was really good. We did tip, so not sure if that's why! The beds and pillows were really comfortable and I slept really well. The room was ok, nothing special really, it was kept clean by the housekeeper. There was no full length mirror, which was annoying. The food, we found disappointing. I don't eat meat, so I was limited for choice. All the non meat breakfast items were really greasy. There was a lot of salad for lunch and dinner, which was fine. Lunch was good, but I think dinner could have been better. The seating area was a bit like a canteen too. The hotel is adults only and for this hotel that meant the average age was probably 65. There were mainly French guests when we were there and quite a few of them could have done with some lessons in how to have fun! The nightclub attached to the hotel didn't open until after 1am, so we never made it there. The spa treatments were good and not over priced. The Shiatsu face massage was really good. Unfortunately it was cloudy the whole time we were there, but we enjoyed our stay because we had fun and the staff were really friendly.More
Second Visit Didn't Disappoint
My daughter and I stayed at this hotel last summer and were so impressed that my husband and I decided to try it for a winter break in January. We were not at all disappointed. The weather was lovely and warm and we had every breakfast and lunch outside, the evenings turned chilly after 4 pm. The food we found to be excellent and sampled all three evening dining options twice. The staff were absolutely first class - especially the waiters and the bar staff who just couldn't do enough for us. The cocktail barman remembered our drinks order from the very first day and the lovely waiter on the lunch terrace always found us a table immediately and again remembered our drinks order. We thought the tables in the main restaurant were far too close together - three tables for two was almost a table for six. We would have preferred a table for two to be a little more intimate. However, only a small point but one which I hope the management will note. Our room was slightly disappointing as we had requested a pool view and were given a room on the north side (no sun) with a side view of the sea. However, we chose not to complain as the room was very quiet. The room was very clean, the bed comfortable and the pillows and duvets were wonderful. Our only criticism would be the antiquated bathroom. However, we understand the hotel will close at the end of the summer for major refurbishment so this small problem will be sorted. In short, it was the peaceful and relaxing holiday we were needing and we look forward to visiting again once the refurbishments are finished.More
Amy F, Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
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