Sofitel Agadir Royal Bay Resort
What We Love
- Hammam and argan oil massage in the Daniel Jouvance Spa
- Fireside shisha in the Le Riad bar and cocktails in the Le So nightclub
- Nightly music and performances give insight into Moroccan culture
- Beachfront location, but the hotel is also within strolling distance of the bars and restaurants on Agadir’s central boulevards
What To Know
- Rebuilt following an earthquake in 1960, Agadir is a modern resort city; it lacks the traditional ambience of other Moroccan cities
- There are more than 300 rooms and suites — do not expect an intimate boutique hotel
- European families descend en masse during the Christmas holidays
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Inspired by traditional Berber architecture, the Royal Bay brings to the heart of modern Agadir a sense of the ancient calm found in the Moroccan countryside. Hand-crafted cedar doorways, arches, fountains and domes create the feeling of a sumptuous palace or riad — as imagined by architect Chan Sau Yan, whose other buildings include Singapore’s landmark Tokio Marine Centre. The decor amplifies the sun-drenched splendor, with antiques, artworks and Moroccan carpets, poolside palms and fires flickering in the balmy evenings. The dominant color is orange; it’s seen everywhere, from the seats in the alfresco restaurant to the towels at the beachfront pools. It reflects southern Morocco’s citrus groves and year-round sunshine. While this five-star Sofitel hotel is a perfect spot for dedicated sunbathing, it’s also easy to pass the days with water sports, golf or daytrips to the Anti-Atlas Mountains and the Sahara.
In the Area
Agadir’s long, golden beach is the best place to spend time; available activities include windsurfing and jet-skiing. Within walking distance of the hotel are the Musée du Patrimonie Amazigh, which displays Berber craftwork and artifacts, and the Mémoire d’Agadir museum, which commemorates the earthquake that devastated Agadir in 1960. At sunset stroll up the seafront promenade to the marina, which has excellent restaurants including 33Yacht Adress, or embark on an excursion to the 16th-century kasbah overlooking Agadir. For an authentic experience of Morocco, take a taxi two and a half miles inland to Souq al-Had, where a jumble of stalls sells everything from local crafts to herbal potions.
How to Get There
What a great hotel and the swimming pool is so beautiful and the food is just great the personal are so nice especially the reception team wafa Khadija Mimi Loubna asma asma RP Hamza Sarah thank you for everything sofitel is the best
My holiday in Sofitel Agadir counts as a very memorable experience. The hotel is very big and has plenty of rooms and restaurants. The pool area is great and a lot of sunbeds and towels are available.
A big thank you to every member of my stay.
My first experience in Agadir was in this beautiful property on the beach.
The hotel is a very traditional Riad with an intimate setting. I arrived very early but my room was already prepared for us with rose petals and fruits.
O cant stress enough how friendly and helpful the staff is, i will be back very shortly.
Thank you Sofitel Agadir for a wonderful experience.
i spent a lovely week at sofitel royal bay wobderful experienxe with perfect weather i will definiyly come back for the summer i loved the romm and especially the vizw was amazing i loved also the fish restaurant la nasse great food and service , the only issue during my stay wqs the taxi drivers in the front of the hotel entrance were so expensive
Good service . Everyone here is joyful the personal have been on my service 24/7 . I highly recommend this hotel . It's so luxuries in all it ways . The atmosphere is so classic . The personals their looks are fancy . So wonderful!