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The Studiotel Afoud located in the center of Agadir, is a fairly modern hotel with 70 rooms. The studios have a small fridge and a kitchenette so you can prepare meals, but eating in a restaurant costs about 5 euros. If you go to the market, you will pay the tourist price for all your fruits and vegetables, plus with the cooking time, I don't know if it is worth it to pay more for a kitchen. For breakfast it is convenient. It is a tall building with balconies on the top floors with views of the ocean and the rest of the city. Downstairs has a pleasant garden with a swimming pool.
The modern Solman Hotel occupies a large building half a block long on the corner of two major avenues of Agadir. I would have liked it more if it was a small hotel in a remote seaside village, but Agadir is a major tourist destination and has to accommodate a lot of people in a lack of space. The interior is much nicer. The rooms are quiet so that you can barely hear the street traffic. They are also clean and come with a private bathroom. It is a three star hotel and you pay from 45 euros per night in low season. There is a good level of service and the taxi station is nearby.
Massa Hotel Agadir is in the Talborjt Nouveau in a nice pedestrian plaza, which has several terraces of restaurants and also services, shops, and banks. It is a convenient place to get to and from Agadir, because the agency of CTM (the country's most reliable buses) is right behind. But other than that is just a small guesthouse with cheap prices - 10 euros per night for two people, and 8 euros for one person. If you stay more than three nights, you can ask for a discount. The hotel has a terrace, but it's more to clean and dry your clothes than anything else. The beach is a 20 minute walk away. In the hotel you can find young couples looking to save money, as well as some seasonal workers.
The Azour hotel is in the center of Agadir, and is a large modern building, 15 minutes walk from the beach. You're close to the craft centre and the Talborjt Nouveau district, the new part of town, built after the earthquake destroyed Agadir in 1960. It's not a trendy place, but it's where the local people go out. To experience the typical tourist parties, you'll have to go to the beach in a taxi (20 DH). The hotel has just reopened after a major renewal and has some apartments with basic kitchens and living rooms, as well as ordinary rooms.
The Tiznine Hotel is a small hotel that is in the neighbourhood of Nouveau Talborjt. This is a quiet neighbourhood, where you can enjoy an authentic Moroccan atmosphere by night, and is a more pleasant place to spend a few days than the big hotels on the coast. There are several shops around, including an internet cafe, and the beach is a 20 minute walk away. The hotel charges 13 or 14 euros a night for a clean, small room for two people. The rooms have a private bathroom, or you can pay less for a shared bathroom.
When I went to Morocco, I stayed at the Occidental Allegro Agador. Morocco is a wonderful country with very nice people and, due to the low prices, you can fulfill your dream of feeling "rich" at a luxury hotel with private beaches. It was a beautiful and inexpensive holiday destination and I had the chance to try plenty of new things (jet ski, camels, quads, souks, etc.).