Yes, the hotel needs total refurbishment; yes, there is one snooty receptionist; yes, I had serious problems because I am veggie BUT if you travel you should try to experience the local atmosphere. This seems to me a Moroccan hotel. The tourists are incidental. When I was there the place was full of men from the king's entourage and then of fishermen visiting a maritime industries' exhibition in the port of Agadir. I was there as a lone woman and could not have found more friendly and helpful people (except for said receptionist). I had a problem (not with the hotel) that needed the site rep. He came back repeatedly until everything was sorted out and even e-mailed me to check how things were going. There were two main problems in the hotel (1) the set menu simply did not cater for veggies and (2) until I go them trained, the cleaners insisted on removing all towels by 10 a.m. but the clean ones didn't turn up from the laundry until, sometimes, 2p.m. Trips, massage, etc? Like everything - and everywhere - else, you need to shop around. Everything in Agadir is a long way from everything else and you either walk or take a taxi. The only place of real interest is the soukh, so only go if you want to lie on the beach all day or use the hotel as a budget-priced base for excursions. Oh, and I was told you could even get a better price in the hotel, though I don't know how. I do know some people have been going there every year for well over 30 years.
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