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- Much of the city was rebuilt after the 1960 quake, but there are reminders of its history scattered around Agadir. This includes the local inns and B&Bs such as the Riad Atlas Kasbah.Â This B&B reflects traditional architecture such as that found in the historic Kasbah seven kilometres from the new city centre.
Sofitel Royal Bay Agadir
Nestled amid gardens and adjacent to its own private beach this stunning hotel combines Berber architecture with modern luxury. All rooms, suites and villas feature ornate furnishings and elegant touches such as Bose soundsystem and l' Occitane amentities. Superb facilities include two outdoor pools with heavenly daybeds, a sublime spa centre offering custom-made treatments and a state-of-the-art fitness centre with hamman and sauna. Boasting numerous restaurants and bars, guests can also enjoy a variety of dining experiences.
An abundance of waterfront luxury
With a seemingly endless stretch of sandy beaches and 300 days of sun, Agadir has rightly earned a reputation for being a beachfront escape. This city embraces its coastal position, with much of its accommodation based on the waterfront. Soak up the subtropical sun, stroll along the vibrant beach promenade, or sample the many hotels and cafes looking over the beautiful blue waters.
While the beachfront offers a huge range of accommodation to suit all travellers, you may want to splash out on a luxury resort to relax in style. There are a number of 4- and 5-star options to choose from, including two Sofitel locations. Both offer contemporary opulence, relaxing onsite spas and easy access to Agadir's beaches.
Stay at the heart of the city
The coast is a big draw card for Agadir, but you may want to consider a stay within the city. It maintains easy access to beaches and offers plenty of accommodation. It was largely rebuilt in the 1960s due to an earthquake, which has resulted in a modern grid layout similar to that found in New York. Visitors can easily navigate the tree-lined streets with their low-rise buildings that blend 1960s futuristic design with Moroccan flair.
This distinct building style is well represented in such hotels as the Ibis Agadir – a great mid-range staying option with a 3-star rating, onsite restaurant and resort-style pool. Venture even further inland to find the Paradis Nomade. It is a charming boutique hotel perfectly positioned amongst the foothills of the Atlas mountains.
Getting to know traditional Agadir
The Riad Atlas is positioned inland, offering guests an authentic Berber experience with an emphasis on comfort. Stylish suites are available as is an onsite restaurant and salt-water pool. It is also only a few minutes from the Memoire d'Agadir – a small museum dedicated to the 1960 earthquake.