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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Food & Drink
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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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DONT GO UNLESS FRENCH OR VERY EASILY SATISFIED
Just returned from a holiday at the club marmara and wish I had stayed at as does my wife. First of all there is a great deal of inaccuracy in the Thomson website description. No mention of the hundreds of steps around the hotel, the connection to the beach is from the furthest point from reception you can get and then only takes you to the other side if the road, you still have a long walk to the beach. There are no cocktails in the all inclusive. There are 2 restaurants but the Moroccan one has to be paid for. There is a wide variety of food with a different theme each night, but each night is virtually the same menu. The hotel itself is very very French with almost no English spoken except for the senior management and even then it's a struggle. The main buffet restaurant is akin to a cattle market with people pushing in to get to the food, which is invariably cold and putting it onto cold plates doesn't help. The entertainment in the evening is overwhelmingly French with the British guests totally ignored, to the point that we were not given any information at all. During the day the poolside entertainment is totally in French and even though you are asked to join in its not easy to understand. The all inclusive is a very basic choice, 3 spirits, wine and soft drinks plus coffee. The spirits appear to be diluted or very weak. The rooms are reasonable but no lifts and lots of steps and walking to get to them. Don't waste you're money on this hotel spend a bit more and go to a proper one.More
CHEAP AND CHEERFUL PREDOMINANTLY FRENCH
Have just returned from two weeks at this hotel as a group of four adults. Unfortunately there are a lot of negatives but this is due to Thomsons not the hotel itself. The hotel is a French hotel and Thomsons should not be selling it to British guests until they have some English speaking staff in place. All the signs are in French and none of the staff or animation team speak English. We like to join in the fun and games but were unable to do so due to the language barrier in fact we were not even asked to join in and felt ostracised because we are English in fact we spoke to one couple whose young child was refused entry to the kids club because no one could speak English and "they wouldn't be able to converse with her". With regards to the entertainment again language barrier a problem, we found one member of the team Aziz who went out of his way to try and speak English to us but it was very frustrating when in the afternoon they done a quiz round the pool and all we could do was sit and watch while all the french guests clapped and whooped with delight at stuff.The hotel itself is very nice with lovely pools and gardens and the food was fine. The rooms are spacious and clean. The main bar is very spacious but not enough seating just a vast empty space and the All Inclusive stops at 11.00pm but not really a problem as we just got extra drinks in just before 11.00!. Checking in was a bit of nightmare with a young girl on reception who we only saw the once and when we asked where our room was she just waved her hand and said "over there" and pointed towards the bar/restaurant area, we then spent 20 minutes walking round the resort with our luggage trying to find our room which we eventually found with the help of a man tending the gardens!! I will say our room was lovely with a view over the pool. We would go back to Agadir but would definitely stay at a different hotel where there is dual nationality spoken. If Thomsons get their act together and put in some English speaking staff this would be a lovely hotel.More
Great holiday and a very good hotel
My husband and I spent a week at this hotel at the end of April. Our experience was very good. We had a very nice room on the ground floor and a patio with two chairs and a table where we enjoyed some peaceful sunsets. Yes the animator do speak French, but it is a French resort where there are very few English. While we were there I think that the English were maybe a dozen including us. It is not correct saying that the staff do not speak English. Maybe they are not very fluent in it but they all try their best and all are very helpful and friendly. What I do not understand that English require that everyone else speaks their language. Maybe because I am not English myself (my husband is English) and I speak several languages among which French I have no problems going anywhere abroad. I enjoyed the food and I must say that the patisserie is just superb. The best time to get to the restaurant is as it opens before it gets busy. All in all we had a great holiday and we are planning to return to Les Jardins d'Agadir next November. I have to thank all the staff at the hotel for their courtesy.More
Did I go to France or Morocco
I honestly wish I'd have taken the time to read the reviews on this lovely "French" hotel If your expecting a Taste of Morocco then don't book this hotel The British are totally alienated with only Two of Animation who could speak English Aziz and Medhi and Felix and Katy trying there hardest to at least try and help us It's such a shame as it really is a good hotel with good food and service But when two waiters and the chef serving the food couldn't understand enough English to tell you what you were eating it does put you of trying things and as all the signage for the dishes were in French made eating in the restaurant not a very good experience All the day time activates was all in French. Shows on the night were all in French .Music around the pool was manly French Families with children couldn't use the kids club as Faty who was in charged Spoke no English what so ever and made it obvious she didn't want British children there Obviously Thomson want our money when we book our holidays which in the past I've never had a problem be it in there shops or via there App But to be told by the Rep Chris from the Palace hotel in the airport on our homeward journey "we should have researched ourselves"This is very nice thing for him to say about his colleagues who we trust when we are booking our holidays and to have faith in them knowing there job .More
Not for the British
Just returned from this hotel never again. My friend and I felt totally excluded and alienated cos we were British,all the entertainment was in French and not many of the staff could speak English. After a few days of complaining just a few members of the animation team did try to include us a big thank you to Aziz,Katy and Medhi for trying much appreciated. As for the manager of the animation team DemitrI shame on you.I really can't blame the hotel for everything Thompson are at fault too they should have informed us. The hotel itself was ok,you get what you pay for it was clean the food ok. The bar was closed at 11pm if you wanted drinks after that time you had to pay,No cocktails were included in the all inclusive package either,We all look forward to a cocktail on holiday. It was quite a disappointing holiday.More
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