Le Tivoli Hotel Agadir
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Traditionally Moroccan in style, Le Tivoli Hotel Agadir is an ideal base for families or couples looking for a good standard of accommodation in a lively, resort style hotel. The hotel is close to numerous shops and boutiques and just 400 metres from the beach. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, snack bar and a restaurant with an excellent choice of international cuisine. All guest rooms are air conditioned and feature satellite TV, telephone and balcony with magnificent views.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Heated: No
- Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Tennis Free: No
- Solarium Free: No
- Steam Room Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: AGADIR ALMASSIRA
- Distance: 25 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Listening
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 05:00
- Monday to Friday: 05:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Airport Name: Agadir Almassira Distance: 25 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 915 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Average, enjoyable holiday
Stay Date: 09/2017, Chris C wrote this review.
Just returned from a week all inclusive at Le Tivoli and in writing this, I remind myself that reviews are subjective and one's persons paradise is another persons hell... However had I not booked this hotel before reading the reviews, I would have… See more
Just returned from a week all inclusive at Le Tivoli and in writing this, I remind myself that reviews are subjective and one's persons paradise is another persons hell... However had I not booked this hotel before reading the reviews, I would have overlooked it and paid a lot more for similar experience at another hotel in this resort. We like many others, I read the reviews with dread of what to expect. However despite the lack of porter on our very late arrival and the lengthy wait to check in, we were pleasantly surprised by our nice, spacious and CLEAN room on 3rd floor of Bloc 1. Two couples that had also checked in same time of us were not so lucky with damp, dusty rooms with broken furniture on the ground floor, however considering they were told at check in that if they weren't happy with their rooms, they could be moved the following morning (and we didn't get such a mention of this for ours) I suspect they pre-emptied that certain rooms were not up to scratch. Overall, we had an enjoyable week with a small selection of pro's and con's. Let's not forget a 7 night, all inclusive stay for £239 each (£34 a day) you get what you pay for. PRO'S Staff - Front desk forgot to give us arm bands on arrival so after some confusion at the bar over paying for 2 soft drinks, once I tipped the polite bar man for his understanding, we were treated like royalty. Tipping is a way of life in Morocco, tip small and frequently and the service you receive is outstanding. We received a few looks from other guests that would demand/click fingers for service from the staff (occasionally to no prevail) whilst were waited on hand and foot. When you consider the average couple will eat and drink more in a few days than the staff earn a month, 5/10 direm tip occasionally, makes a big difference to them and the service they deliver. Room - as already mentioned, on arrival I removed my shoes and did the "clean test" walking around the room and wiping furniture with my hand... no dust or dirt found on hands or feet. Room was cleaned, beds made, fresh towels and toilet paper changed daily... give the cleaner a tip and you will appreciate the different little surprises and finishing touches they add to the room every day. Looked like it had recently gone through some redecoration and was up to scratch with most 4 * rooms we have stayed in before. Additionally, the furniture was a little dated but this added to the Moroccan appeal. Spacious balcony and TV had one good English language film channel showing recent releases (channel 12). CON'S Entertainment-animation team - group of 3/4 youngsters that play the same dance playlist loud all day whilst they hide in their dirty old tent in the corner of the pool area. Get to the evening and they move the speakers to the lobby, where they play the same playlist again. Appreciating they didn't change/swap team members in the week we were there, assume they are taking it very easy to make up for no days off. Hotel is great if you want to kick back in the sun with a book everyday, but if you want a little more entertaining without excursions, the animation team are not the ones to do it and need some managing to step up and create some entertainment. Food - first few days were fine considering you are paying about £35 a head per day for a room, unlimited drinks and 3 square meals, however by day 4 the repetitiveness took its toll. But, you pay for what you get and waiters especially looked after us very well. Even went and sourced a premium bottle of white wine free of charge for us when the standard all inclusive stock wine had run out (eyes were burning on us from other guests that didn't get offered this) that night. Safe in room - told on first night it would be activated in the morning. Despite asking twice a day, it took a stern snap from us 4 days later for them to call out a technician to activate ours. Most rooms/guests we spoke to had same issue, but seemed strange they still had a poster on reception counter advertising safes at €2 a day. Onsite shop - dusty, dark and about €1/€5 euros more expensive than shop over the road. Some crisps and snacks were out of date too. Private Beach Area - We visited 3 times, once with a steward present. We counted 6 sellers within a minute at one point trying to sell you anything from mint tea to wooden sculptures. Recommend you don't choose beds near the barrier so you can ignore the bi/minute "hello madam/sir, you wanna buy ......" however even a few rows back, the steward will shake hands and invite select sellers into the compound to try their luck and disturb/harass you. Unsurprisingly, these particular sellers are the most pushy which may be to cover the backhand to the steward for looking the other way. In summary, an enjoyable, cheaper holiday for those that make their own fun. You will pay twice as much for same experience in other hotels in Agadir so don't rule this one out if you are not overly fussy. Highly recommend Camel riding and day at Paradise Valley. Book private driver ones through trip advisor rather than tour operator that comes to hotel.. cost about £10 more but personal touch is well worth it. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, Munir U wrote this review.
A large group of us had booked to stay at the Tivoli hotel and right from the start we had encountered issues. When turning on the toilet tap dirt had come out with tiny insects (most likely to be maggots). This was all over the sink and not only tha… See more
A large group of us had booked to stay at the Tivoli hotel and right from the start we had encountered issues. When turning on the toilet tap dirt had come out with tiny insects (most likely to be maggots). This was all over the sink and not only that, the water in all of our sinks (4 rooms) had taken forever to go down. There were cracks and leaks in the ceiling and the sheets had dust all over them. Flush button was missing/broken and room lamps were missing bulbs. Room service was non existent as we had to ask several times for new towels or quick clean in the rooms. When leaving, we also had to pay an extra 200dh for "dirty towels". What was surprising was the fact that the manager on duty had lowered the price to 100dh which meant that they solely used a towel excuse to charge us extra. Will never visit again - disgusting customer service. Collapse
Disgusted. Worst experience ever
Stay Date: 09/2017, Asif S wrote this review.
Hotel was adequate but the service, lies, disgusting robbery tactics from the staff and manager ruined our first ever holiday. First our room had maggots coming out the sink and a broken toilet, with a leaking roof dropping water on to the white to… See more
Hotel was adequate but the service, lies, disgusting robbery tactics from the staff and manager ruined our first ever holiday. First our room had maggots coming out the sink and a broken toilet, with a leaking roof dropping water on to the white towels, after complaining about this and giving the hotel the benefit of the doubt we let it go. The tour rep, faoud took our money and disappeared not returning once, don't give anyone money upfront. the manager, shirt chubby woman at the help desk, (picture attached watch out for her) lied about the exchange rate to try and rob me out of my money, as she had given my friend a higher exchange rate 10minutes before, after calling him over and confronting with her denying repeatedly , and then saying I make mistake, I asked for a manager and was informed there were none available. On the last day out baggage was held hostage with the threat of police being called as we had to pay 200 Dirham's per towel used (20pound) as apparently they were dirty. After much arguments and threats we were forced to pay with the threat of missing our flights. STAY WELL AWAY. HONESTLY THE SERVICE AND STAFF WERE DISGUSTING. all after your money tbh. Collapse
Practically no wifi, rubbish food, no spa as advertised and no entertainment
Stay Date: 09/2017, a customer wrote this review.
The best parts about this hotel were its location - it's a short walk from the beach and the rooms were ok but not cleaned thoroughly and not enough loo roll or shower gels given so we had to keep asking for extra. Other than that I wasn't very impre… See more
The best parts about this hotel were its location - it's a short walk from the beach and the rooms were ok but not cleaned thoroughly and not enough loo roll or shower gels given so we had to keep asking for extra. Other than that I wasn't very impressed with it for a number of reasons. The food I felt wasn't great - no egg station at breakfast and the coffee machine broke down. There wasn't much variety in the menu and zero provision outside the scheduled hours (which wasn't great for us as we were there during the Eid celebration and had missed the slot breakfast by few minutes). The bar is ok but the range of drinks served is limited. I was disappointed in the complete lack f entertainment - all there was was a tent with a laptop playing a playlist of music...every single night. Really boring and the vibe was really flat. To me the absolute worst thing was the WiFi! If you like to be connected do not stay here! Only WiFi connection you can semi-confidently establish is in the lobby area where everyone lounges all day long. Forget being connected in your room - it's a myth! The WiFi that you do get in the lobby is patchy too. The staff are ok but in my eyes not too bothered about customers wants/needs. We didn't go in the pool. It looked ok but I can't give any real feedback on this. The spa is broken - I don't think they'll fix it. This hotel is the epitome of the phrase "you get what you pay for" which I've learned the hard way. If you just want a place to rest your head while you're in Agadir this may suit - if you're looking for a little more then I'd explore some other options. Collapse
Lovely rooms but food and pool not great
Stay Date: 10/2016, Amina A wrote this review.
Visited Agadir Morocco last year. Family room was lovely. Spacious and well laid out. The food was not nice though. Although we went all-inclusive, we must have eaten there twice in two weeks. The pool was in bad condition with missing tiles.… See more
Visited Agadir Morocco last year. Family room was lovely. Spacious and well laid out. The food was not nice though. Although we went all-inclusive, we must have eaten there twice in two weeks. The pool was in bad condition with missing tiles. There were drains covered with plastic colours between the adult and paddling pool. One of these was broken and my son, who was seven at the time caught his foot in one of the drains and fell. He hurt his ankle and leg because of the broken plastic. It is a miracle that he didn't break his leg. I wouldn't stay there again. Collapse
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