Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
5.0 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Fabulous!Posted Mar 11, 2013
What a wonderful hotel. The hotel itself was lovely .. I have never stayed in a nicer smelling hotel. The rooms were large and airy. The staff were so helpful although sometimes a little slow. The Spa was a relaxing idyll. The restaurant food, although not cheap was outstanding.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Wonderful upmarket boutique hotelPosted Jan 27, 2013
Location: Right at the end of town so you need a taxi to get to the centre
Wonderful boutique upmarket hotel. Quite pricey but wonderful staff and facilities. Loved it all. Breakfast is stunning but quite expensive if not included as part of a package.
for Couplesby Jill from Chesterfield
Spoil yourself !Posted Dec 18, 2012
Pros: The food, the staff and the furnishings
Cons: Swimming pool needs renovating
Location: 10 mins walk from the beach but with sea views in a quiet and safe location
A fabulous experience. The hotel was magnificently furnished and the quality of the staff was second to none. I have stayed all over the world in some of the finest hotels and this is right up there with them. The breakfast was outstanding and the food in the restaurant was top class.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Brussels
A beautiful experience from start to finishPosted Oct 4, 2011
From the moment you arrive you are surrounded by a truly lovely environment and well-mannered and helpful staff. The decor, the layout and surroundings are all welcoming. Our room was on the 3rd floor with sea views. Each has a slightly different touch but all feature Moroccan decor, large comfortable beds and the smell of roses and jasmine everywhere. The staff are young, enthusiastic, well trained and extremely polite. Being young, some lack a bit of experience, but are keen to learn and to please. The spa facilities are first class as are the staff. We took a four-day package of treatments: pampered to bits for a very reasonable price. The hotel isn't on the beach but little more than 5 minutes on foot or 1 minute (and 50 cents) by orange cab. I can't imagine a nicer experience in Agadir - or elsewhere.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 23, 2011 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Dublin, Ireland
Posted Apr 25, 2011 on Hotels.com
The Riad Villa Blanche opened for business in February, and it is evident that there are still some teething problems. The hotel itself is absolutely stunning, from the entrance at the front door to all the public areas. The bedrrom was absolutley 1st class with all the facilities that you would expect-beautiful bathroom with separate walk in shower and jacuzzi bath, separate WC (unusual nowadays) and walk in wardrobe. The only complaint would be that some of the rooms (1/3 approx) look over and are closely overlooked by a residential area-the remaining have either a sea view or look over the nearby hotel but at sufficient distance away. We were greeted with a welcoming Kir Royale which was a most welcome touch at 7.30 in the evening. The bar and restaurant areas are once again beautifully decorated. We dined in the restaurant 1 night. Although it was experimenting with a Degustation menu we settled for 2 courses. The food was reasonable, with the prices high for Agadir. Personlly I am not convinced that the residents will want this type of menu. The outside pool are is very limited, which is understandable as it only caters for 28 rooms-we normally stay in the Sofitel and are therefore spoilt with this type of facility. Finally-one complaint-we left an adaptor in our room when we left and relocated to the Sofitel which is only 500metres away-we were kindly dropped down by Florent the manager. The adaptor was found and left in reception, where it was when I called to see if it had been found. The Riad is charging top market rates for Agadir and I would have expected that they would have dropped it down to our new hotel. Overall-well worth the experience