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Reviewed 26 February 2017

This hotel has many good points but also a few not so good. If you play golf, you will be delighted as there are 3 courses in walking distance. If you don't play golf, you find yourself stuck in the middle of nowhere, 6 miles from Agadir, along a smelly river and nothing to eat of any quality for miles. The hotel restaurant is excellent but not cheap by Moroccan standards and you need to book your meal in advance, so are committed to a return to the hotel by 7 pm. This is not always convenient. The staff are excellent and friendly. The room allocated at first was near the roadside wall, hence noisy as there is no sound insulation of any kind. The room I changed to was much quieter. The hotel has a beautiful garden. The entire layout is charming and has style. Although the hotel itself is of a high standard, I would not book this again due to its distant location from anything but golf courses. It is not suitable for general tourism without a car.

Room Tip: Ask for a room towards the rear of the gardens away from the roadside wall.
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled solo
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Thank Franz O
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Reviewed 29 December 2016

Beautiful Riad, friendly and helpful staff. The rooms are large and well furnished, lovely bed linen and a huge shower. Breakfast was very good, lots of choice.
We only ate in a couple of nights but the food was very good both times, especially the fish!
This is a delightful oasis of calm, as others have said, I would thoroughly recommend it. You do need a car to get around.

  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Emma C
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Reviewed 9 October 2016

I chose this Riad because it was listed as wheelchair accessible on tripadvisor. However, when we arrived we looked at all rooms and whilst there is a ramp to avoid the flight of stairs at the front of the property, you still have 5 stairs to negotiate to the easiest of the rooms, plus you need to go up and down these several times a day to breakfast and dinner up at the main building. Architecturally it is gorgeous and the rooms and dinners are lovely. However, there is also a step up into the bathroom and a fairly wide tiled shower hob which I was unable to push my husband's wheelchair over. The other room's bathroom was not wide enough to even get a wheelchair into. An electric wheelchair would be out of the question at this property.

Room Tip: see above review
  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank jarn45
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Reviewed 8 October 2016

Being located about halfway between the airport and the tourist area of Agadir, Dar Maktoub would have been difficult to find if not for the detailed directions sent to us before our arrival by the lovely manager, Manu. Whilst not especially convenient if you want to spend time in Agadir, the location of Dar Maktoub was perfect for us as we were looking for a quiet, peaceful few days of rest and relaxation. As others have said, the gardens and pool were stunning.
As a group of 3 we had booked 2 rooms; 1 standard and 1 superior (for the extra room for 2 of us sharing), but when we arrived it was to find that the standard room had been upgraded to a superior and we were next door to each other in a small private courtyard that was shared with just 1 other room. Both rooms were spacious and beautifully decorated in traditional Moroccan style and had large bathrooms with complimentary toiletries. We had efficient air conditioning, flat screen TV and 1 room had a fridge but not the other. There were no hair dryers but this was not a problem for us. Also no tea/coffee making facilities.
A cold breakfast buffet was available until 10:30hrs each morning and eggs were also available on request. It was necessary to advise the staff whether we wished to eat in at lunch and dinner time as they buy all the ingredients fresh each day. If there was anything we didn't eat we only had to say so and a substitute was served. We always ate out for lunch but we ate dinner there 4 out of the 5 nights that we stayed. There was no choice; 1 starter, 1 main and 1 dessert but they were always, all, absolutely delicious and beautifully presented. There was a limited list of Moroccan wines that were surprisingly good.
Manu has a small but excellent team who were keen to serve our every need but although they were attentive, they were never intrusive. In fact when we asked for some ice at the bar we were also advised that if we ever wanted some when there was no member of staff present, we were welcome to help ourselves. When we wanted to eat out 1 evening Manu made the booking at our chosen restaurant and organised a taxi for us.
All in all this hotel delivered on all fronts; comfortable rooms, beautiful gardens and pool and smiling and attentive staff.

Room Tip: From what we could see, all the rooms were individually decorated and fairly spacious.
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with family
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Thank SurreyUmbrella
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Reviewed 25 June 2016

Stayed here for three nights as part of a nine-day tour of Morocco. It was a lovely place to stay. The room that we stayed in was spacious and clean, and the Riad's grounds were well-cultivated. The pool area was nice and the restaurant served delicious food every night.

  • Stayed: November 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Paul S
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