Club Al Moggar
(Agadir (Morocco)) 3 3 Star:
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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 1021 reviews
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Stay Date: 02/2018, Mounir L wrote this review.
Worst hotel I've ever been to. The people in the reception should NOT work at a hotel. My God, so rude!!! The rooms were awfull! Had to change room twice since the rooms smelled like old socks. The hotel area is nice, but the front desk, rooms etc is… See more
Worst hotel I've ever been to. The people in the reception should NOT work at a hotel. My God, so rude!!! The rooms were awfull! Had to change room twice since the rooms smelled like old socks. The hotel area is nice, but the front desk, rooms etc is quite the opposite.. I will never visit this hotel again. Collapse
Much quality for a very modest price
Stay Date: 02/2018, Jan B wrote this review.
The Al Moggar Garden Beach hotel in Agadir received so many bad reviews here, that I made my first booking with some anxiety. I am happy to say that my experience as a guest in this hotel proves them all to be quite wrong. From the very first contact… See more
The Al Moggar Garden Beach hotel in Agadir received so many bad reviews here, that I made my first booking with some anxiety. I am happy to say that my experience as a guest in this hotel proves them all to be quite wrong. From the very first contact at the reception, my friends and I had a great time here. I'd like to begin with a special thank you to receptionist Khadijja. She has an excellent command of the English language and she was very friendly and helpful throughout our stay. The hotel occupies one of the best locations in Agadir: right on the beach and close to the Marina. It has a spacious and well kept garden with two swimming pools, one at each end. Our clean rooms at the top floor of the 700 building have a balcony with much privacy and a fine view of the beach. The rooms have a good size flat screen TV, air conditioner and refrigerator. The rooms are large and the beds are quite comfortable. Breakfast buffet offers a large variety of dishes which can be enjoyed in the dining room but also on a large terrace in front. The same can be said for the dinner buffet, but as we are staying here in february, after dark it is too cold to eat outside. Which brings me to my only negative remark about Al Moggar: the dining hall is big and noisy, but I guess that cannot be helped. All this comes at a very reasonable price. So let me finish this review with a word of advice to all these sour reviewers: if you want five star conditions and treatment, please expect to pay five star rates which are at least four times as high as the rates we payed at Al Moggar Collapse
Hotel almoggar beach club
Stay Date: 01/2018, joe k wrote this review.
Just had a week H/B here and wasn't disappointed it is a large complex and you need a day to see what it offers I had a sea view room on the bottom block which was a 2min Walk to the beach front and the bottom pool was at the back which is the quiete… See more
Just had a week H/B here and wasn't disappointed it is a large complex and you need a day to see what it offers I had a sea view room on the bottom block which was a 2min Walk to the beach front and the bottom pool was at the back which is the quietest house keeping Very good and is done every day towels etc up to date TV not that I bothered with The buffet breakfast has a good selection from fried eggs to pancakes etc a large pastry selection also cold meat cheese salads the evening meal also good selection always something for the fussy eater with the hotel being large there are inevitable crowds waiting for foods being cooked outside depending what time you go The panaramic bar outside terrace has a brilliant Agadir bay view from E-W I'm going back end of February for another week Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2018, a customer wrote this review.
Went with family when we arrived first was welcoming ask which is good in the dining one of the waiter name I’ll took his name batch he is very helpful and cleaner lady I think name is hasna issaheli very nice lady they work very hard bless them. Fo… See more
Went with family when we arrived first was welcoming ask which is good in the dining one of the waiter name I’ll took his name batch he is very helpful and cleaner lady I think name is hasna issaheli very nice lady they work very hard bless them. For then I can give 5*** Now comes to the Bad experience No WiFi in the room bathroom and sink is blocked. Worst part receptionist the man I will attach a photo of him he his so rude when he see any white person or his own rich person he approached them smile nicely. He needs more training how to do customer service he don’t have manners that’s his job an he will face lots of Customers requests it’s natural as a hotel receptionist. They needs to upgrade more things I’ll definitely not booking with this hotel again for my next trip. Not even my family members not even my friends I’ll tell them to avoid this hotel. -First 2 photos of the very rude receptionist . ******* 3rd photo of the waiter name he is very good and very helpful to every single customers in the dinning thumbs up �������� Collapse
Would Return But Only B&B. Needs Improvement
Stay Date: 01/2018, pin4apple wrote this review.
Just arrived home from a week in Al Moggar. Me and my partner stayed for 7 nights, half board. Firstly I was impressed with the hotel grounds and the main hotel itself. The Wi-Fi in the main lobby is very good. Our room was bland and needed updat… See more
Just arrived home from a week in Al Moggar. Me and my partner stayed for 7 nights, half board. Firstly I was impressed with the hotel grounds and the main hotel itself. The Wi-Fi in the main lobby is very good. Our room was bland and needed updating but the cleaner, cleaned every day and she was very pleasant and we trusted her. The room itself was big and we pushed the 2 single beds together. We had a very good sleep throughout the whole holiday. We could sit outside and view the beautiful mountain Kasbah. There was only 1 English channel on the tv and this was the news. There is a safe in the cupboard and that is it. No hairdryer. No kettle. So take this on-board as it's not easy to grab a tea or coffee in this hotel. The bathroom grout was very black and grubby but was cleaned daily. The shower is one you can pull off the hook which is great and is very powerful, this was a big thumbs up for me. We had clean towels daily. The aircon wasn't working but it was cool at night anyway. Our block was quite peaceful and we had no issues in it at all. The smaller pool was right outside our room. It is a nice size and a bar that opened at 10am. The barman always looked fed up and grumpy. There were always sunbeds and chairs to sit on. We noticed this pool out of the 2 was the quieter one and music was played low. The bigger pool always had children around it as there was animation there. We found also that the locals tend to be around the bigger pool too. There grounds are very well kept and the gardeners, like the cleaners, work hard. They cut hedges into beautiful items. We saw a tortouise walking around and a baby one. The beach is within easy access. It is at the bottom of the hotel grounds. At night the gates are closed but you can ring a bell and the guard let's you in. There are 2 security guards at the front and back. The front of the hotel is on a main road and we didn't realise we had pulled up. There is a takeaway on-site. Spa and gym. Lots of cats. Which I don't mind. There are steps all around the hotel. There are long slopes but I don't think this would be ideal for someone in a wheelchair. The dinner hall is large and you can eat outside. We had breakfast and dinner here. Breakfast was eggs .. omelette, fried or scrambled. Pancakes. Or Yorkshire type puddings. Pieces of bread or rolls. Tomatoes, cucumber, one type of cheese and one type of spam type ham. Cereal. Milk and I think that's it. We didn't mind eggs for first 3 to 4 days but did get bored of it. You also have tea and coffee and orange squash. Dinner I found a bit shocking. Not so much the food but the fact they charge you to even drink water. Even though you paid for the half board option. You Do Not get any drinks whatsoever. A small bottle of water was £1.50 and outside the hotel you could but a very large bottle of water for 50p. Please be very aware of this. We saw alot of people bring their own water or wine in. Don't ever buy the water from the hotel, it's 3 to 4 times the price of the shop just outside. Dinner again got a bit boring. The fresh cooked food wasn't too bad but the food overall wasn't really changed and to be honest made me go off it by the 4th day. You literally just had whatever they cooked outside and inside was rice, a few vegetables. Bread. We did eat out a few times so it was mixed up for us. But for the price you pay you can afford to eat out too as it's pretty cheap. Weekends are manic. It is dog eat dog. All locals seemed to come at the weekend too. There is people running into each other. Cups etc run out. People are rude and the food goes quickly. The queues for the eggs in the morning can get long so go early. We found the staff a mixed bag. Some were polite and some couldn't be bothered. We also noticed there are hardly any English and found they don't really cater for us. It wasn't a real big issue for us. The hotel has lots of French, Moroccan, Scandinavians, German. But not many English so nice to talk to fellow brits when you meet one. Top tips. Buy your alcohol from the airport when you land or go to the shop across the front of the hotel. The hotel prices are very expensive. There are no fridges in your room so we left ours on the balcony. Take antibac with you to wash your hands at all times. Nearly every time I came out the toilet to wash my hands a woman would walk straight out without washing hers. I found this revolting and sadly I did get very sick 2 days before I flew home and still only recovering. I don't know if I got the bug here or elsewhere but you need to know the hygiene there is disgusting and some people are just pigs. We never really swam in the pools as they were freezing. We were very lucky to have hot weather of up to 26 degrees. It only really gets hot from about 12pm to about 5pm. The nights are chilly so you must bring a jumper or coat. Same as the mornings. They can be chilly. Overall I was impressed by the hotel as going by other pictures I wasn't very hopeful so this was a plus for me. Bad point is hygiene, mainly of the guests but no one seems to care when handling food. It's free for all at feeding time and I can honestly say I got the brunt of something I ate or someone's poor hygiene. I would go back, armed with antibac and medication. I wouldn't go half board again. It's just not worth it when so many restaurants serve lovely food so cheap. Plus you get free WiFi in all of them. I wouldn't recommend the elderly here because of the steps plus if they got sick. I wouldn't take my own kids here if they were little either. But as we are a couple we were able to just get on with it. At our own leisure. The highlight of this hotel is the view of the kasbah and being around the centre of everything. It's a great base hotel if anything. Collapse
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