16 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
First Class Service
"The hotel is a fantastic place to stay. All the staff are really friendly, make a huge effort to speak English although they do appreciate it if you speak basic French. The food is fantastic, eggs are cooked to order at breakfast, traditional Moroccan Fayre for dinner with about three million different kinds of salads all of which are lovely. The entertainment team are really nice, but can be a bit sleazy with the ladies. Hilarious evening entertainment in the bar, and a beer costs just over a pound. Terrific! Bedrooms are imaculate, house keeping really thorough. There's a sign saying please don't bring food or drink in, but we were blatently walking in with bags of shopping, even take out pizzas and no-one really batted an eye lid. Definately going to return, never experienced such fantastic service, it's truly amazing. I don't know what everyone's on about when they said it's bad!"
- Travel date: Thu 22nd of June 2006
"My husband and I have just returned from a week long stay at the Anezi and were very pleasantly surprised. We booked a last minute get-away so were unsure what to expect, reading these reviews helped us a great deal so thought we'd return the favour. When we arrived as part of a large-ish group we were checked in quickly and bags were brought up very soon too. The room was great, 2 big comfy clean beds, furniture was fine, bathroom was spotless as was the whole room. TV had 2 English channels, a news channel and 24hr movie channel. Lovely view from our balcony which also had two outside chairs.
The food was fine - there was a large continental breakfast & omelettes freshly made and dinner was a good selection of pretty decent meals + a salad bar.
The staff were overall great, the guys in the bar and the entertainment team were excellent, the waiters in the restaurant were a bit offish. The evening entertainment is a bit limp & pretty repetitive. We had a week of spanish guitair and Mr&Mrs type/ dancing competitions. The rest of the resort isn't much better & things apart from clubs, shut pretty early (pre 1am). it is really near the beach though & there are lots of others places nearby to see & go for a meal. A walk down the main road takes you past all the bars & cafes & there is a good buzz about it. The locals were friendly and not too pushy - really nice people.
The pool & barside facilities are brilliant - you'll have a great week away if you go here.
One word of advice is negotiate a price in any taxi ride first - it's not unheard of to be charged 5x the proper fare- Good luck!"
- Travel date: Fri 26th of May 2006
Great stay @ hotal Anezi
"Heard not so good things about Morocco but thought we would make our own minds up about it. We stayed at hotel Anezi and there is not a bad word to say about it. All the staff were friendly and the room was very clean. The only down side was, you cannot purchase any drinks, crisps, or anything from the shop unless you have your room card... the bottled water was so expensive... anyway we both had a fab time and would definately recommed hotel Anezi."
- Travel date: Sat 8th of April 2006
Excellent hotel! (largest in Agadir). La...
"Excellent hotel! (largest in Agadir). Large rooms, well furnished and immaculately clean. We were on the fourth floor and had good views over the town, sea and swimming pools (the hotel has three of these).
The food served in the evening on the 10th floor was excellent - a large buffet with a wide range of main dishes, salads etc.
Changing sterling into dirham was the only niggle - the hotel did not have a large cash float; it was easier to withdraw the local currency from a cash dispenser in the lobby of the hotel.
I would highly recommend this 3* hotel - I thought the rating was a little on the low side - nearer to a 4*."
- Travel date: Fri 3rd of March 2006