The Les Jardins d’Agadir ticks off a serene spa, a pair of swimming pools, and a restaurant that majors in Moroccan cuisine.
Even though this place has not long opened, it’s been kept typically Moroccan in style. Think whitewashed buildings with arched window openings, and high-ceilinged interiors finished in intricately pattered mosaics.
The property is set in lush, landscaped gardens, just five minutes’ stroll from Agadir’s sandy beach. An underground passageway connects the hotel and the shoreline.
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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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twin room with balcony or terrace
These twin rooms have a traditional Moroccan feel. There’s 1 extra bed in the bedroom. You’ll have air-conditioning from April to October. And outside there’s a balcony or terrace for that extra bit of space.
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I visited here last week (early April) with my two sons aged 7 and 15. We knew there would be mostly French speaking guests so that was fine. Some might agree actually nice to get away from the British tourists when on holiday :). The room was lovely and had a/c which worked fine. Towels changed daily and maid service good. All the staff were so friendly, and said 'bonjour' whenever they went past, whether it was the gardener or the animation team or the manager. The food at this hotel is all inclusive and to be honest I loved it the first few days then it got a bit repetitive. That said, for the price I wasn't complaining. There was free wine at dinner although it had to be searched for. No free cordials or cola. Every table has water on the table. In the afternoon free pastries by the pool. My children were very disappointed that ice creams were not in the all inclusive in fact not available by the pool bar at all. Very strange for an all inc holiday. There was a kids' club and whilst I suggested my son could go along he didn't want to. He is bilingual but speaks Dutch and English and very little french so it would have been hard for him. The ent by the pool was the usual aerobics, water polo etc and all in french. But that was nice actually. The water slides were brilliant !! The pool temperature was fine. A little chilly but the air temp was around 30 so it was very welcome. I went to the hotel spa one day and had a french manicure polish. Was overcharged though and the staff didn't seem able to resolve it. But it wasn't a huge amount and the price was very cheap at 60 dirhams about Â£6. But do be aware they overcharge sometimes. They do massages, facials etc too but I didn't try it. Now, outside the hotel is a main road and you have to go under the subway to reach the beach. There's a guard on the entrance which I found somewhat unnerving to begin with. Then you realise Agadir has armed guards patrolling the promenade. We went on the big wheel one evening which was cheap about Â£4. We went to nearby Banana Beach and did a camel ride for two hours one afternoon. Really good experience. Arranged through a tour company agadir camels. The rep also arranged us a trip to paradise valley which was up in the mountains. It was nice to get away from agadir for the afternoon and into the scenery. As a single female I didn't feel too unsettled walking round alone but you are very aware of the local culture and local women are covered. I kept a shawl on most of the time when not on the beach. It was a nice experience and lots of sun in April. Nothing worth buying as souvenirs so don't bother taking too much spending money ! More
Relaxing / Friendly
Itâs a lovely hotel. Very relaxing. My room was clean and immaculate. The food always looked good, Iâm a fussy eater but always found something to enjoy at each meal. Hotel staff were great, always helpful and with a friendly smile. The Animation team were fab, (Ashraf, a temporary member especially) and if they could speak English, then did. Yes, this hotel is predominantly French speaking. It didnât spoil my holiday but has in fact inspired me to learn at least some basic French. I would definitely recommend this hotel.More
Julie H, 186274
This is our second visit at this hotel. We are are a retired couple and this hotel suits our needs. Very clean rooms, plentiful choice of food, heated pool, brilliant animation team,and of course the winter sunshine. Adil, our server new exactly what service we preferred and never failed to deliver. Do your research as the hotel caters mainly for the French customers but by no means excludes the British customer. Excellent water park and slides for smaller children and the not so small. We were there during the French half term and watched the animation team entertaining the children for nearly all of the day from the small to the teenagers. Always happy and smiling. Plenty of sunloungers at this time of year. We are not smokers but did notice the lack of ashtrays around the pool area. Not accceptable for clients to use pool glasses as ashtrays then to be rinsed and reused for drinking. Lovely promanade to walk along and very security conscious both day and night. We speak very little French but this did not stop us enjoying our fortnight here as Moroccan people are a very pleasant and are willing to help. Would I recommend? Yes, but do your research.More
just had 7 days at this hotel. yes it is based on the French but morocco was once a French colony. food was good as well as every other service within the complex. you wouldn't go to paris and expect English spoken everywhere ????????? great timeMore
One week in Les Jardins
A very enjoyable week the weather for the first two days was none stop rain and the public rooms became very full and noisy as the hotel is geared up for outside activity then .thesun came out and the hotel was very relaxing staff very friendly but not many understood English excellent food and drink a very well run hotelMore
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