Club Al Moggar
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Club Al Moggar is ideally situated only minutes away from the town centre of Agadir, close to the airport and overlooking the stunning beach making it a perfect location for a relaxing holiday. The hotel offers 410 spacious rooms with balcony or terrace and fully equipped with telephone, television, air conditioning, heating and safety deposit box. Hotel facilities include swimming pool with snack bar, night-club, bar 'Tissi' with musical entertainment, and a choice of restaurants serving a range of international and typical local dishes.
- Air Conditioning
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Open from: Dec
- Heated: No
- Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Tennis Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: AGADIR ALMASSIRA
- Distance: 27 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:00
- Monday to Friday: 06:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Pets Allowed Free: Yes
- Nearest Airport Name: Agadir Almassira Distance: 27 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 964 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Nice week away :)
Stay Date: 09/2017, georgiairose wrote this review.
Me and my boyfriend stayed here for a week at the beginning of September when we arrived we was told we had to pay some more money.. which was like a tax, I wasn't aware of this. The room was very basic! (Try not to book the promo room!!) but we didn… See more
Me and my boyfriend stayed here for a week at the beginning of September when we arrived we was told we had to pay some more money.. which was like a tax, I wasn't aware of this. The room was very basic! (Try not to book the promo room!!) but we didn't spend much time in there so it didn't matter to much, it was always clean which was good. We found when we ordered drinks from the pool bar area we'd pay and the barman would say he didn't have any change for us and to come back later.. I think they do they so you forgot about it... don't FORGET!! We did find that when we ate out in restaurant they wouldn't bring the change back once we paid unless we asked for it. We booked a few excursion with the Rep Abdul which were really good! We did the Mini Sahara which I'd recommend it was so much fun! The camel ride was interesting! And the city tour was also really good! Overall you do get what you pay for with this hotel! It's basic but always clean. We did have a lovely week break away here. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, marekbudzisz wrote this review.
Hotel is located near beach, two pools and nice garden. Monotonous breakfasts and very delicious suppers. Nice service. Some of rooms are dark and small. Prefer to buy room with sea view on first floor.
Hotel is located near beach, two pools and nice garden. Monotonous breakfasts and very delicious suppers. Nice service. Some of rooms are dark and small. Prefer to buy room with sea view on first floor. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, H45549 wrote this review.
Hi I stayed at this hotel for 1 week it is 2** hotel not worth the price u pay the food is very bland as is most morrocan food so can't really say hotel food is bad because generally thier food is bland but they keep serving same food 3 days in a row… See more
Hi I stayed at this hotel for 1 week it is 2** hotel not worth the price u pay the food is very bland as is most morrocan food so can't really say hotel food is bad because generally thier food is bland but they keep serving same food 3 days in a row which is a let down and boring. I stayed in a family room which had 4 beds decently sized room also hotel has 2 pools which are again good size but can get very busy. best thing about this hotel was the back entrance n exit leads straight into the beach which is were all Restruant are located along the beach kfc, macdonalds, Indian restaurant etc. Now onto the bad points the hotel staff are very rude which was very disappointing there was cockroaches on trolley trays which they use to push food so after noticing that I ate out the remaining days also so many steps all over the hotel and rooms are not 100% clean also ac does not work properly in the rooms. One last thing there are lots of beggers near the beach make sure u take change if ur going to the beach also keep in mind every shop has a different price for no good reason people are just looking to rip u off so please be carful I realised afterwards I over paid on so many items excursions etc so make sure you haggle. overall I would give this place a 2 my suggestion would be pay the extra £100 and get a 4 or 5 star hotel Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, Cara Y wrote this review.
Me and my boyfriend have just returned from Al Moggar on Tuesday, after having spent 10 days there for the end of August, we are in our early twenties and were having a couples holiday. Overall we enjoyed our stay in Morocco however there was issues … See more
Me and my boyfriend have just returned from Al Moggar on Tuesday, after having spent 10 days there for the end of August, we are in our early twenties and were having a couples holiday. Overall we enjoyed our stay in Morocco however there was issues we experienced with this hotel that we thought we should put into a review for those looking to stay here. Firstly, the hotel resort is beautiful, very large with two big pools. Lots of nature and near the beach. The hotel is family friendly so there were quite a lot of kids around the pool areas when we were staying, so this should be expected in peak summer. The pool with the bridge is split into 3 or 4 different sections with bars under the bridges which you cannot tell from pictures, so its more like little connected pools rather than one big one. We were unfortunate to have an issue on the first night we arrived concerning our room. We are a couple so when I booked this holiday in January, I called the hotel and asked that we would be given a double room. Obviously as a couple away together for 10 days in a four star resort, we want to be sharing a bed. The room we were given initially was not a 3 star room. It was a very small, undecorated and bare, and a twin room with two single beds. We called reception and were told they were sending someone which we thought would be to move rooms, we waited for an hour, unpacked still having just arrived, before going to reception to ask what was going on, we were told to come back to reception the next day at 12 to move to a double bed room, meaning we could not unpack until the next day. The room we were moved to was a significant improvement from the previous twin room, and was what I would call a four star. The comparison made the first room look like a hostel not a hotel room. A guy staying next to the initial room we had told us he was also complaining, which made us think there are a specific set of rooms in the corner of the resort that are worse than the others (so just hope you don't get put here!) I was annoyed I was given this room considering we were staying for 10 days and I had booked back in January for us, and called, but we were relieved to be given such a nice room after complaining at least. The only other serious issue we had with the hotel was with staff working at the pool bar. We loved going to the pool bar at the beginning of the holiday, the food and drinks were lovely. One afternoon me and my boyfriend decided to go from our room for a couple of cocktails at the bar, we took 400 Dirhams with us from the room (about £40), as we knew this would be enough to cover what we could possibly end up getting. This is all we took to the bar with us, two 200 Dirham notes in a clear plastic wallet. We had 4 mojitos each which was 200 Dirhams (about/just under £20). The waiter did not give me a receipt when telling me the bill and I misheard him thinking he said '280 Dirhams', so handed him both our 2 200 Dirham notes (400 Dirhams). We were sitting waiting for our change for some time before asking where it was, and was then told the actual price of the drinks was 200 and we had misheard. At this point we had already handed our 400 dirhams over, so asked for 200 back. This is where it got difficult. The waiter was adamant we only gave him 200 even though we knew we had given him our 2 200 notes as this was all the money we took to the bar with us. He just kept repeating that he had checked the money before putting it in the till which we knew wasn't the case because the notes were wrapped up in each other when we gave them to him, and he had merely handed it over the bar to the manager of the bar, who then put it in the till, but had nothing to say once the confusion started. Anyway, we unwillingly argued back and forth with the waiter, trying to explain that the notes had been wrapped up together and he had not noticed, but his ignorance was astonishing. Not before long me and my boyfriend gave up as we are not ones for arguing and fit was not going anywhere. We realised we were not getting our money back from him and it was one word against another. Nothing was done to try and check and it felt like we were being completely dismissed - the till was not cashed to check the amount, we were just wrong in their eyes. (As if we didn't know how much of our spending holiday money we had just handed to them). The next day we spoke to the manager of Al Moggar, Mr Hassan, hoping he could help and really seemed as if he would when we first explained the problem in his office. Unfortunately all he did was simply walk down to the pool bar, heard the staff say they were given only 200 again and just sided with them. He exact words were 'This is difficult because they say you give them 200 and you say 400'. And that was it really. No investigation no checking of tills. It wasn't even that much money but it was the principle of how the situation should have been handled, me and my boyfriend are 21, and felt if we had been older or a family with kids, wouldn't have been dismissed so easily and basically told we were wrong about the situation even though we knew we were not. You can imagine how frustrating this was, especially coming from a 4 star resort. This really dampened our time at the hotel and meant we could not return to the pool bar after how badly they handled the situation. Other than these two issues we loved the hotel location and appearance (once we had changed rooms) and feel like the hotel is probably a great stay unless you run into any issues, because trying to deal with them seemed difficult. Other points to include would be that wifi only works in the lobby and is weak if a lot of people are in there. Location of hotel is great because it is right on the beach promenade The beach opposite is quite commercial and gets very busy; we preferred Tagahzout beach. We found that excursions were much cheaper at a shop right next to the hotel than the hotel itself, you will have an information meeting at the beginning to try and get you to buy some before seeing anything else, I would advise to wait. Collapse
great relaxing hotel
Stay Date: 06/2017, John P wrote this review.
My wife and I stayed at al Moggar in June this year and it was great it was a quiet time for the hotel and we had plenty of room by the pool, talking of which we had a room ground floor a few steps from the pool the room was huge with a double bed … See more
My wife and I stayed at al Moggar in June this year and it was great it was a quiet time for the hotel and we had plenty of room by the pool, talking of which we had a room ground floor a few steps from the pool the room was huge with a double bed and 2 single beds,great air conditioning it was like walking into a freezer which was lovely to us as it was boiling outside the pool food was fine and we loved the Hotel restaurant food great we only ate out once as the food was so good there was plenty of choice and breakfast well who can turn down fresh doughnuts !!! It was the most relaxing holiday we have had in a long time and the waiting staff were so friendly the rooms were cleaned daily also fresh linen every day. Collapse
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