Hotel addressAV ABDERRAHIM BOUABID
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- Tel. (+212)528/232842
- Fax. (+212)528/232849
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ibis Agadir - hotel reviews in Agadir
Hotel code: 2031
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"Right next to Souk"
1st December 2012, DaveArboleas_Spain, Arboleas, Spain
Follow direction to souk from main through road. Bit noisy and not the best location. Parking is a minor problem. As in all Ibises I've stayed in on this trip to Morocco, there is free Wifi in all rooms
"Below Ibis standard; Basic service issues need improvement"
21st July 2012, PAlmeida55, Portugal
The Ibis Moussafir Agadir is below other Ibis hotels, including e.g. its sister in Fes, where I had stayed in May 2012. The rooms and other areas start dating and cleaning is not spotless as I am used to in all Ibis hotels. Breakfast is also a bit below average (again, the one in Fes, not being exceptional by any means, was a bit better).When checking in, the staff had to look 3 times for a room for me before getting to one clean and ready for a new guest. The room was spacious though. On check-out I paid with cash and requested to have the credit card slip which I had signed at check-in as a guarantee destroyed on my presence (it should have been provided without need to ask). After a lot of search and phone calls, the slip was not found. I consider this to be a serious breach in the confidence relationship between the hotel and its clients and showed my discontent for the situation. And also said to the Reception responsible that if I shall ever return to that hotel I shall refuse to sign any credit card slip for guaranteeing payment. Either they will trust me (as I was forced to, by leaving without having the slip destroyed), or they will loose the client. As simple as this.
"Value for money"
18th April 2012, Klaebu
This IBIS hotel is value for money, and it is ok for a one night stay when travelling by car between the North and the South of the country. The surroudings are not the best but the property itself is very pretty as it has the Moroccan design and furniture of the oldest IBIS hotels in Morocco. It has mostly been great maintained. Rooms and breakfast are ok.Even if there are smoke free zones in the restaurant, it is very difficult to stay in this hotel for a person sensitive to cigarette smoke. The conditions can be terrible in the reception/lobby area. We have stayed in this hotel about 10 times during the last 6 years, and the the experience is the same every time.Parking conditions at the hotel are not very good but thanks to the staff and the "guardian de nuit" it has worked out well every time for us.
"Ibis hotel Agadir"
4th March 2012, marionvalder, Plymouth, United Kingdom
Good location for arrival and departure, about equidistant from grand taxi stand and bus station -10dh in a petit taxi or very walkable if you know the way. Close to the souk. The No 4 bus (Agadir has a beautiful new clean bus fleet) goes from behind the souk to near the beach. Hotel food is a bit pricey for my budget. You can get really good cheap meals in central Agadir, check out the restaurants in Place Lacen Tamri -also good pizza joints near the Uniprix supermarket. The bus station does a good breakfast. In fact the bus station does all sorts of good cheap food.
27th January 2012, Berlin, Germany
Friendly stuff; Hotel proper and clean; Would be great to have some one more german TV channels until our next stay: GOOD BREAKFAST, WE WILL COME BACK SOON...........................................................................................................................................................................
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