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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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
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
Awful holiday . Worst ever
Welcome to france people no im not getting it wrong it was france. Everything catered to french guests and uk were 2nd class citizens Been to many all inc hotels and this is the worst by far. Food disgusting Staff poor Cleaning abysmal Birds flying around dining room with bird poo on walls and birds raking food off food areas with no one staff careing. Noise is horrendous until after midnight every night. Please read other bad reviews from other guests they are not lieing. Horrendous place We were ripped off and please do not waste your money going here The hotel had a list of my opinions and just laughed Ignorant/unprofessionalMore
My husband and I spent a fortnight at this delightful hotel. We were not aware that this was a french based hotel but as my husband speaks fluent French thankfully this was not a problem. (Perhaps this should be made clearer when booking) Also the majority of the staff spoke English. The room we had was very clean with a small balcony overlooking the pool area. The staff were exceptionally polite and helpful especially Mounir in the entertainment crew and Nabil the waiter who was fantastic, making sure all our needs were catered for. We would certainly return to this hotel in the future.More
lovely traditional looking hotel
Lovely hotel. Food was good, nice variety for a buffet, and open for long times. lovely macaroons for dessert! Could have done with some extra fruit, only apples and bannanas. Would've liked pomegranets as they were currently in season. Wine and beer in all inclusive was of a good quality. Gave out bottles of water whenever asked, so could take them out with us. Beautiful gardens and rooms. Staff - mailnly spoke french, but some of them had good english, and I never had a problem.No hassel from staff. As 3 girls on our own I did not feel intimidated, no unwanted attention. staff helpful booking taxi's etc. Most of the guests are french, and so entertainment was in french - great for me as I hate entertainement, so made it easier to ignore! Close to beach - short walk through an underpass which had security on it, so felt very safe. Nice walk to the local souk. Also worth noting I was expecting a lot of hassle, being 3 western women, but not as much as I thought, and felt safe walking around. Agadir has done a lot to stop tourists being hasseled, and people can be reported to the police if this happens. Agadir is still being built following the earthquake, there is a big cinema/ entertainment park under construction at the moment, I imagine it will be a lot more set for tourists in a few years. Close to bars. shops/ restaurants. Supermarket opposite. Wifi good in my room, bit patchy in my sisters, but not really an issue, was fine in communal areas. Nice quieter pool around the back. Rooms in little riad styles - highest 3 floors, and no lifts, so if mobility problems I'd make sure you ask for the ground floor. Some little steps on the paths around too, which are well lit, however worth being aware of. Overall loved my stay, would reccommend and go again.More
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