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Overview
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.

Rooms
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).

   

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based on 373 reviews
 

Cheap, simple hotel

15 April 2015

The hotel is really cheap so you get what you pay for. The room was okay even though we had some problems with small ants and it was quite cold because it's winter. Bed was comfortable. WIFI in the...

The hotel is really cheap so you get what you pay for. The room was okay even though we had some problems with small ants and it was quite cold because it's winter. Bed was comfortable. WIFI in the reception area. The pools were cold in february. Friendly staff, the bartender doing night shifts is really funny. If you didn't order breakfast, don't bother to try the hotels since it's quite expensive for what you get. Just walk to the resturants in the "square" and eat great meals much cheaper.

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November Morocco Break

7 April 2015

Went to Agadir in Morocco for a cheap weeks holiday last November. Stayed at the Tagadirt Hotel. Loved the place. The hotel was nice an quiet. Rooms clean and comfortable. Was'nt 5 star but was clean...

Went to Agadir in Morocco for a cheap weeks holiday last November. Stayed at the Tagadirt Hotel. Loved the place. The hotel was nice an quiet. Rooms clean and comfortable. Was'nt 5 star but was clean and in a great location. pool was quite during the day and temps were 28 degrees most days. we did a trio every second day. breakfast was ok , meats, cheese, breads, salads, omlette, pancakes. Heard some people moaning but if you want 5 star meals then pay for 5 star . Loads to choose from and we found if we booked through the hotel rep we paid 25% less so ask at reception for hotel rep for excursions. 3 course meals down the town ranged from 5 euros to 40 euros . it depends on how posh you want to go. drink is got from local off licences . in the hotels and resturants it is very expensive so not worth it. Some begging going on but nothing over the top and you get used to it. Just ignore any beggers or people asking you into shops . don't talk to anyone who asks where you are going as they will show you and ask for money in return... sounds cruel but thats the way it is there...All in all had a relaxing week.

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Worse

28 March 2015

One of the worse hotel in agadir.we booked half board but food is crap.just basic room no TV no lamp and thair is no door in shower room.very disappointed.if someone booked this hotel need to read...

One of the worse hotel in agadir.we booked half board but food is crap.just basic room no TV no lamp and thair is no door in shower room.very disappointed.if someone booked this hotel need to read reviews first.

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Great Hotel, very good value

17 March 2015

Stay here in March 2015, found the hotel to be very clean and the hotel staff were very friendly. Little noise from the bars at the back off hotel but not unbearable. Rooms were cleaned each day and...

Stay here in March 2015, found the hotel to be very clean and the hotel staff were very friendly. Little noise from the bars at the back off hotel but not unbearable. Rooms were cleaned each day and towels changed each day. There are lots of steps in the hotel, so not really suitable for disabled people, but staff are always on hand to help.. Beer at the hotel is just as cheap as the resort bars.. We were half board and found the food to be good with plenty of variety. The hotel is within short walk of the beach and bars. Staff were very friendly and made our stay enjoyable. The hotel is within 5 min walk of both the beach and Bird Valley "Zoo" which is free. Don't buy your trips from the rep, there is a Moroccan lady who visits most evening and her trips are cheaper and she has English guides. take a kettle there are none in the rooms, also there are no fridges. Hotel is tired but is cheap, anyone saying this place is dirty are wrong, the place is very clean. Great views from the terrace areas of the seafront

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Additional Information

  • Timezone Africa/Casablanca
  • Language Arabic is Morocco's official language whilst French is widely used. Many Moroccans in the northern part of the country speak Spanish.
  • Currency Moroccan dirhams (MAD/DH)

Facilities

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Aerobics
  • Air Conditioning
  • ATM
  • Bar
  • Breakfast
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Buffet Restaurant
  • Cafe/ Snack Bar
  • Cots (On Request)
  • Currency Exchange
  • Doctors / Medical Centre
  • Entertainment
  • Family Hotel
  • High Chairs
  • Kids Club
  • Kids Playground
  • Kids Pool
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Laundry Service
  • Lounge
  • Luggage Storage
  • Mini Golf
  • Pool Bar
  • Pool/Billiard Table
  • Reception
  • Restaurant
  • Romantic
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Shops
  • Sunbeds
  • Swimming Pool
  • Table Tennis
  • Terrace
  • TV Lounge
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Tourist Information

Weather

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.

Jabs

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

Electricity in Morocco is 220 Volts, alternating at 50 cycles per second. Two round pins.

Visa

British passport holders do not need any visas to get into Morocco.