Apartment owned by family of friends of mine for holiday rentals this is a spacious fully furnished ground floor apartment - about 20minutes by petit taxi to the centre of Agadir, beaches, grande souk, 10 minutes to the huge shopping centre of Marjane.
One double bedroom and one twin - spacious lounge-dining room with Moroccan sofas great for lounging, relaxing, having guests - use the sofas Moroccan style as an extra bed or two - with attached TV room with its own sofas for sitting and watching the large TV.
Lots of light in through the windows - security bars on the windows and separate key for the main entrance into the building
Great value theres a few of you - if you want the comforts of home on holiday, to cook for yourselves - stay a night or a week or two....
When we arrived we found a hotel for 450.00 MAD, the hotel was ok, if it hadnt been raining i think we might of look around for a nicer hotel. The name of the hotel was Pacam and as you can see by the picture theres no english flag, so of course there english was very poor. Our silly mistake.
If you know a local. I suggest renting an apartment rather than staying in a hotel. This will save you alot of money.
This is the pool of the hotel. When we suffered three days from the Shirocco it was the only only place to refresh.
This modern hotel in Agadir is built in old Moroccan style. It has comfortable rooms with shower, TV, phone and balcony.
It is just 250 m (800 ft) away from the beach
The hotel is clean with good facilities.
There is a bar opposite that is frequented by prostitutes and the people they attract.
The live music stops at 12, that is not bad.
The problem is the Nightclub in the Basement that continues till 4am.
No joke when you need to sleep.
The hotel sevices are also niosey further adding to the problem.
Breakfast is coffee, bread, jam, yogurt and a boiled egg.
I paid 287dh per night for a single room (£19)
I stayed in a two bedroom apartment in this aparthotel with my Mother and two children. There were very very very limited cooking facilities (just two hob rings), not even a toaster but we weren't too bothered as we wanted to eat out anyway. The apartment was cleaned daily, very tidy and spotless. There was a shower attachment but not a full shower and the water was cool at 'busy' times of the day (6ish). There were plenty of restaurants very closeby and a lovely little icecream place just across the road. One warning though - the man who sells jewellery in the lobby overprices his wares and refuses to haggle (be warned). Apart from this, we had a wonderful time in these apartments and would wholly recommend them to anyone travelling to Agadir.
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