Riu Tikida Beach has a prime spot on Agadir’s sandy beach. It’s also got two 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.
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. And whatsmore, the hotel has had a refurbishment ready for summer 2016.
They have made a good job of the renovations.
New look to the reception,dining room,bar and the rooms.
They have added a new pool and lots of new harem beds.
The staff are even more helpful and attentive.
Agadir is a place to relax, not a lot to do, then sun,sea,good food and drink who needs anything else.More
tim r, 186334
Staff are really welcoming as soon as we walked into the hotel we were greeted with a cocktail, then a smooth check in and they tell you all about the hotel. The place is clean and literally beaufiul,I loved the fact they have actual beds you can stay relax on as an alternative to the loungers around the pool, and you could take your pick at any time, pool towels are provided fresh daily as well so you don't have to take any. The staff can't do enough for you and they make your stay even more perfect and relaxing! The food is fresh and tasty and something for everyone. The entertainment is alright for the first few nights but the majority of the time it was the same guy singing every night and it became a little boring if I'm honest, they mixed it up a little and had a Moroccan night what literally emptied the room within half hour... But I can't fault anything else really. I would recommend this hotel if you want to go and relax and have a quiet holiday (more for couples)More
Great Holiday !!
Have just returned from this hotel after two weeks of relaxation. Cannot fault it. Arriving late Omar booked us in and was so helpful and happy even though late at night. The food was really good and varied, and catered for all. At breakfast Elghalick El ghalia, Fatiha and Fayza looked after us very well and were always very happy and polite. During the day Mohammed was brilliant on the bar and Ayoub was very good at the entertainment side and was not pushy if you did not want to join in. The rooms were spacious and had a big walk in shower. They were tidied everyday to a high standard and petals were either left in bathroom or on bed making it a nice touch. All in all I would recommend this hotel if you just want to chill. We met some really nice people and made some new friends too!! Just a pity that the flights do not go from Scotland.More
Helen B, 672156
We arrived home on 25/6/16 after 2weeks at this hotel, in fact we were on the next sun beds to Elaine J. and can only reiterate what she has already told you.
This hotel was superb in every sense nothing was left to chance.
Virtually every day we sat trying to come up with a reason to complain amongst ourselves about the hotel in some way, five people excluding Elaine and her husband failed, testimony to those looking after us.
Elaine was correct, the manager was everywhere at all times of the day, we even searched our room for him last thing at night!
We to have been regular Tunisian visitors, but this experience has raised the bar considerably in every sense.
Until someone comes up with a sensible complaint, view moans with scepticism any will/can only be from the professional moaners of this world.
As a party we are 100% for returning, we had with us a German friend who like ourselves is steeped in Tunisian holidaying, which they can still do incidentally, but she chose to meet us in Agadir.
She was also bowled over by the experience of the hotel.
I must add for balance the Night Club was closed for Ramadan, not that we would have used it, but there were others who I feel sure might have?
If anyone wants to ask a question please feel free to do so.
PS Hi to Elaine and hubby who on my recommendation is writing a book on how wives should wait on their partners when on holiday.......
His name is A your by the way.
Thanks again for the gift.More
There's honestly too much I want to say. We usually visit Tunisia but for obvious reasons we couldn't so hubby decided on Morocco. We went out to celebrate our 6th wedding anniversary and were welcomed to our big spacious, spotlessly clean, newly refurbished hotel room with fresh red roses and a bottle of fizz, now thats a perfect way to start a holiday! The staff couldn't do enough for you, even without tips (we always tip at the end of the week rather than daily) they do not expect tips but are very appreciative when they get them. Mohammad in the breakfast hall and the other Mohammad in the lunch beach hut are stars, always had us the same table, knew what drinks we liked and topped them up without asking. We cannot fault this hotel, there is nothing negative to say we loved every second so much that on our 5th day we got on our iPads and priced it up for next year.. A please and thank you go a long way and when asked how you are remember to ask how they are too, they love interaction with the guests. The manager was always on site doing bits and bobs which was reassuring, the pool entertainment guy (forgot his name sorry) was very energetic but never pushy, if you didn't want to do it he wouldn't keep hassling you. The pool was nippy but once you're in you can't tell the different and the evening entertainment isn't for those who want to party the night away but we did enjoy the songs and watching others dance and enjoy themselves. Staff speak mostly French but very good English too. Gosh I could write so much more but this is by far one of the best hotels we've stayed at. Food options were plenty and they are constantly cooking more food. Happy to answer any questions but if you want a relaxing calm and peaceful time away with no kids this is definitely the place to go. P.S for those complaining about the shop, it opened on 20th June 2016 but its mainly niknacks and they didn't have things like crisps/chocolate or newspapers but may do in the future. Oh and the hotel has there own ATM machine if you need cash out :)More