Moorish style architecture gives this hotel a distinctive look. The Tagadirt offers an excellent location near to all amenities, along with basic, yet comfortable, accommodation. This is a great base to enjoy the beach or explore Agadir. This hotel is perfectly suited to customers looking for budget friendly accommodation. The hotel is a little dated in style but maintains comfort and has great staff. The hotel is built on a small hill and therefore has many steps throughout the complex, customers with walking difficulties may not find the hotel suitable.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 250m from the beach
Distance from Airport
The airport is located roughly 25km from the complex.
All rooms are open plan and feature a safety deposit box (local charge), plus bathroom with bath and shower attachment. The rooms sleep 2/3 or 2-4 with bunk beds. The apartments have the same equipment as well as refrigerator and kitchen materials.
Food & Drink
The main restaurant serves buffet breakfast and dinner, and lunch is served in the snack bar by the swimming pool. The hotel also has a Moroccan restaurant with a supplement once a week, a poolside snack bar, a bar in the reception and the Green Bar with entertainment every night. The hotel is situated in the tourist area which has restaurants, bars and shops.
Sports & Entertainment
Swimming pool, sun terraces, sunbeds, parasols, mattresses, shower area and entertainment: table tennis, weekly folklore dances, bingo, quiz nights. Also reception and lounge, luggage store, TV area, exchange office, concierge, porter, dry cleaning, laundry service. Doctor available (on call).
This was our first visit to Morocco and was my daughters favourite holiday :) The hotel itself is in lovely Moroccan style and yes it is a little dated it's not the ritz but in my opinion when I...
I was here for over 3 weeks. Much of what you think of this hotel depends on what room you get. Some get little or no daylight and have no outside space whereas others have stunning views and sunny terraces (although only the top floors have their own terrace - most are shared). They are good about moving you if you are not happy though. The hotel is quite attractive and the rooms, although a bit tatty, are very nice. The main downside of the hotel in January is that it is freezing. There are heaters in the rooms but they vary greatly in size and are on a timer and only on from 6.30pm till about midnight or 12..30 and if you had a large room with a tiny heater this was not enough to warm it up at all. A lot of rooms seemed to have heaters that would stay on and a few days before I left, after I had complained several times, an electrician was sent to take mine off the timer. It was so much better though still not exactly warm. Before that I was sleeping in loads of clothes and using wine bottle as hot water bottles! I don't think it is usual for night temperatures to be that cold at the time of year (pretty much the same as the uk although the days were warm) and obviously there would be no problem at other times of year. It was a pity that the public areas were also very cold. There was no heating and doors were wide open in both the dining room and the bar/ reception area. Mostly people did not use the bar much except for using wifi and the one night there was some entertainment as it didn't feel welcoming and football dominated a lot of the time so there was rarely any music. The other major downside of the hotel was the food. Breakfast was fine for Morocco and the bread was lovely and fresh (though the rolls and croissants in the hot trays were hard and horrible) You could have fried eggs or omelettes though sometimes there was quite a queue. Some days there were also pancakes and others flatbreads. Other than that there was salad and some spam-type stuff and there was only cheese once a week. The coffee was pretty horrible and the juice was squash. No mint tea unfortunately. Evening meals were pretty awful. The salads were lovely and fresh. I don't know what the meat was like as I don't eat it but the fish was awful - overcooked scraps - and the vegetarian option was always without exception spaghetti and not nice tomato sauce. Any veg offered was always very overcooked except the boiled potatoes which were sometimes undercooked! This hotel was very cheap so you couldn't expect too much but much nicer food could have been produced just as cheaply if they had decent cooks. Having said this a lot of us paid little more for half board than for B&B so it was worth it for the salad (and to get something for the cats!) You could eat out pretty cheaply. I found the waiters unfriendly but they seemed friendly towards people who bought drinks with dinner and presumably tipped them. As many people have said, there are a lot of steps. Wherever your room is you first have to go down four flights from reception to the pool area. The furthest you would go after that is down another flight and then up 3 or 4 flights. What was a bit annoying was that the only toilets open were in reception so if you were by the pool you had to either go up there or to your room. The pool area was a brilliant sun trap - hot when it was quite cold outside the hotel. Most of the sunbeds were broken like you've never seen broken sunbeds and there weren't many - not helped by a lot of people taking them off to their own terraces. There were porters who would take your luggage to your room and help you if you move rooms but be aware there are none there in the night. I had to leave at 4am to get a coach to Marrakech for my flight home and it nearly killed me getting out of the hotel. I had told reception what time I was going and asked what number to ring for a porter but they didn't tell me no-one would be there or I would have allowed more time.
Avoid this hotel in winter. The rooms are very cold and the dampness makes it even worse. The included breakfast buffet cosists of cold beans, fried tomatoes and rice. Stale bread and poor...
This was our first visit to Morocco and was my daughters favourite holiday :) The hotel itself is in lovely Moroccan style and yes it is a little dated it's not the ritz but in my opinion when I travel around the world I like to experience there style and culture. We got a fantastic deal here for 10 days half board for the two of us flying from London in April all in £400! Good points: *Moroccan style *Great value for money *Open bath with window to look out at the night I bought some lovely candles to enjoy too. * great value lunches friendly staff *usually kittens (not everyone's taste but my daughter loved feeding them in bush) take plenty hand sanitizer they are clean though lol *Walking distance to very clean Agadir *Friendly staff and travellers *Lovely little park for kids with hideout my daughter loved :) *friendly pool guy who is very helpful * some entertainment and big screen * Book swap hut just outside lovely guy runs it. *Good free wifi * fantastic deals from rep to Marrakech etc *Agadir beach very clean and safe area * lovely entertainment closely on the beach in the evenings Bad Points: *food hit or a miss but always edible * 10 mins walk to beach * be cautious when booking spa through rep in hotel we went to a not so nice place I walked out of. Found one myself which was fantastic in Agadir older town near mosque just jump in little taxi here one that the locals use and great value and 5* can't remember the name but it's on a corner and down a wee ramp with waterfalls to walk in. We personally loved this hotel and holiday and I would go back for a great deal again. Just bare in mind it is basic Moroccan style but great value. If you want 5* and prefer posh non cultured hotels look for on the beach front of Agadir and stick to 5*. Overall great value and excellent holiday. If you have any questions. Please ask :) x
I was unsure what I thought when I first arrived as I was disappointed with the room and I was right to be! The music from the local bars till 3am, my own collection of ants and no cover for bathroom...
Avoid this hotel in winter. The rooms are very cold and the dampness makes it even worse. The included breakfast buffet cosists of cold beans, fried tomatoes and rice. Stale bread and poor service. The staff is trying their best, but this place is pitiful and outdated in so many ways. The surrounding area to the hotel is shabby and barren looking in winter time. Spring, summer and autumn is much better, because of more tourists and therefore more shops open. Beware of "extra" charges for the most peculiar things... When I asked a piccolo where I could find a taxi, he insisted on carrying my small camera bag outside and then demanded a tip. When I gave him one (1) Euro, he started yelling and called me cheap. I will never come back to this hotel, also called Tivoli Hotel. Avoid the gym and massage at all costs. The gym is a joke and has only old, broken equipment. The massage cosists of a lady who clumsily rub you with olive oil in a cramped room.
Nice room, very friendly and helpful staff, but boy was it cold in the evenings and early morning. It was the first time I had ever sat in a hotel dining room with my coat on - and I wasn't the only...
I was unsure what I thought when I first arrived as I was disappointed with the room and I was right to be! The music from the local bars till 3am, my own collection of ants and no cover for bathroom window to name some of the issues. The following day we requested a room change and what a difference! Much better location, quieter, better view and much more appealing. For what we paid I certainly can't complain, food was repetitive but edible, rooms clean but could do with abit of tlc, comfortable and clean public areas, polite friendly staff and great location. Will return again.
If you're preparing for a summer holiday, then be prepared to bring plenty of sun cream as the peak months of July and August mean Agadir will typically reach a sizzling 28° Celsius - more than enough sunshine for a fantastic tan!
There'll be an average of around 10 hours of sunshine per day during the peak summer months, but the town is also well regarded as a highly popular winter destination. For example, temperatures in January will usually reach a warm and comfortable 20° Celsius, which means you'll still be able to enjoy a sunshine holiday even in the middle of winter.
Typhoid - Vaccination recommended 10 days before travelHepatitis A - Vaccination recommended 2 weeks before travelDiphtheria - Vaccination sometimes recommended 3 months before travelTuberculosis - Vaccination sometimes recommended 3 months before travelHepatitis B - Vaccination sometimes recommended 2 months before travelRabies - Vaccination sometimes recommended 1 month before travel
Electricity in Morocco is 220 Volts, alternating at 50 cycles per second. Two round pins.
British passport holders do not need any visas to get into Morocco.