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The hotel was renovated in 2013, and is great in terms of the quality / price ratio. The restaurant is great for dinner, better than the other nearby options. There's also a beautiful pool, original decor, and a breakfast buffet included in the price. I'll be back, and I hope to find the same quality in the future. Free parking.
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 Nejma Hotel in the center of Agadir is a fairly modern hotel with western-style comforts. It's on the Avenue of the Armed Forces, only about a 10 minute walk from the beach through some calm parks. There is a 24-hour reception service, which can recommend travel agencies and car rental agencies. The rooms are simple, very clean, and roomy. There are 63 rooms, 40 of which are studios, and each one has a small lounge and a sofa. Up to 4 people can sleep in a studio. They have a TV, a small fridge, and a basic kitchen to prepare the food, but it's easier and cheap to just eat out. In the low season, prices are 400DH for single room, 500 for double, and 600 for a triple. Add 30DH for the high season.
The Tour du Sud is a medium sized hotel next to the main mosque in Agadir. The neighbourhood is called Nouveau Talborjt, and it's a nice place, with a lot of locals, and not many tourists. The hotel stands in a renovated building (formerly Hotel de Paris). It's a two-star hotel with clean rooms, and fairly cheap as it's farther from the beach than the big chain hotels. To get to the beach, you can either walk for 20 minutes or take a taxi for 5 (which costs a little more than one euro). There are two courtyards in the hotel, with shady trees. Ask for a room on the ground floor if you're worried about the heat, although you should keep in mind that temperatures in Agadir aren't as high as in Marrakesh.
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.
The Canary hotel is in the area of Talborjt Nouveau, a little bit away from the coast and the beach of Agadir. It is a cheap hotel which has single and double rooms, for 7-8 euros per night. They're clean and tidy, the cheapest ones with a shared bathroom. Under the hotel is a nice square with several restaurants and other hotels, but the neighbourhood isn't a particularly good place to go for a walk at night; I prefer the coast. The hotel is basic, and doesn't offer breakfast or lunch, but the staff are friendly and helpful, and there's a discount if you stay for a week. Some workers stay here during the week, returning to their villages at the weekends.
Agadir is the Torremolinos of Morocco, but in the old part of town (relatively old, because an earthquake destroyed virtually everything in the 60s), a bit farther away from the beaches but with a local atmosohere, you can find a cozy 2 star hotel with an attentive staff, clean rooms and a small garden.
The hotel is on the Kamal Hassan II strip, to limit the Tallborjt Nouveau district. It is a 3 star hotel with 128 rooms. Some are triple for four people, which face the street and have phonic insulation, while those which face the pool have a balcony. The beach is a 10 minutes walk away, there are several shops and restaurants nearby. The rooms are simple, with inexpensive décor and furnishing, a small TV, a desk, and a private bathroom. The hotel has a restaurant with a buffet if you bought a package, and one that serves a la carte. Near the pool they also make snacks. The double room costs 45 euros per night, the triple 55 euros. There is up to 30% discount in low season depending on when you go for a visit.
The South Bay hotel is in the center of Agadir, about 10 minutes walk from the beach. It is a large hotel that offers mainly all inclusive packages for European tourists. The air-conditioned rooms are a good size with a private bathroom. It has Western decor and it seems just like any chain hotel without any charm. Downstairs has a bar and a restaurant with shows and live music at least one night a week. The hotel has a swimming pool, a sports hall, and a lot of activities organized for guests. There is a smaller pool for children. The single room is 40 euros per night, the double is 45 euros, and the suites are 70 euros. Children under 2 year stay for free, and children under 12 stay for half. Breakfast can be purchased for 3 euros.
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.
This residence is in the centre of Agadir, in a large avenue with quite a bit of traffic. There aren't many affordable options closer to the beach. You can book in advance, but you must do it at least three weeks before arrival, and pay a deposit of half the price. In low season, excluding the month of August, a single room is 380 dirhams, and a double 440. You can add an extra bed for 100 dirhams more. Breakfast costs 36 per person, and dinner 130, but I recommend you eat at one of the many restaurants on the nearby boardwalk. In high season, add 20 dirhams to the price per room. The rooms are modern, and the higher floors have ocean views.
The Odyssee Park is a resort that is on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, in the town of Agadir. It is a modern resort, organised around a pool. It's guarded day and night to keep out the souvenir sellers that tend to pester tourists until they feel they have to buy something out of desperation. The hotel people are very nice, and most of the guests are French and German. It's five minutes walk from the beach, which is 6km long and one of the nicest in the country, and it's also close to some great nightlife. The rooms have a small balcony where you can have breakfast. They are air conditioned, and have been renovated recently. A double room is 60 euros, a single 40 euros, with breakfast included.