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Best Hotels in Agadir

Agadir Introduction

A resort destination in the foothills of Morocco's Anti-Atlas Mountains, Agadir serves up laid-back living on the country's southern Atlantic coast. The big draw here is the Blue Flag beach – a powder-soft stretch flanked by a seaside promenade teeming with al fresco eateries and buzzy bars. Those looking for a more traditional experience find spice-scented souks and colourful bazaars just a stroll away from its contemporary waterfront. Overlooking it all is the Agadir Kasbah – built in the 1500s but ruined by a devastating earthquake more than 400 years later.

Hotels in Agadir

Whether you're looking for a bargain break or are happy to splurge, there are plenty of hotels to go around. As a rule hotels near the seafront are among the priciest, but luxury extras such as on-site spas and yoga studios will leave you feeling like it's money well spent. If your budget means that you're looking strictly at cheap Agadir hotels, it's still possible to find a property with a pool, though it will likely be further from the beach. Can't decide? Agadir's 3-star hotels land you somewhere in the middle, with decent amenities and fair rates to match.

Where to stay

Although there are a few discount hotels further inland, visitors to Agadir don't have a huge number of neighbourhoods to choose from. Most of the suburbs surrounding the city's downtown are purely residential, leaving holidaymakers to bed down in the designated tourist area around Avenue Hassan II and Boulevard du 20 Août. While properties in this area are not particularly authentic, especially since the city's reconstruction post-1960, these Agadir hotels tend to be within strolling distance of both the beach and a wide choice of dining spots – many serving up fresh seafood bastilla and juicy lamb tagine.

What to see

While it can be tempting to find your perfect spot on the sand and stay there, Agadir is a city that begs to be explored. It's possible to visit the city's historic Kasbah under your own steam simply by hiking to the top – the views make the effort wholly worthwhile. Back in the city, squeezing in a little of the local culture is a must – and best experienced by soaking away your cares while sipping mint tea in a hammam, enjoying a traditional camel ride or getting lost for a while amid the bustling, fragrant surroundings of Souk El Had. If a little outdoor time is on the agenda, there are few better places to be at one with nature than the Souss Massa National Park, where a sprawling expanse of rippled sand dunes and bird-rich wetlands surround the Oued Massa River.

How to get to Agadir

Whether travelling from Manchester or London, holidaymakers yearning for souks, sun and sand can reach the city in around 4 hours via a direct flight to Agadir – Al Massira Airport. Many of the luxury hotels in Agadir will lay on their own transport from the airport, though it's easy enough to get to the city by yourself if you've gone for a cheaper option. Taxis are abundant at the airport, with cheaper options again found on the main road outside. For something a little comfier, private transfers are another choice. Either way, you can expect to be at your hotel within around 40 minutes.