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We have a range of budget places to stay in Agadir from as low as £9 per night
Based on previous Agadir accommodation searches, the average starting price is £40
Want to splurge? At the top end in Agadir, we have 13 places to stay with prices starting at £88
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Agadir is £40 per night.
27 rue El FétouakiExcellent 90%
Chemin Des Dunes Bp 901Excellent 90%
Etoiles 141 Bloc E 5 - Cité Dakhla AgadirAwesome 88%
johnbede80 It feels like you are staying in someone"s house because the staff are so friendly and kind. Dominique is incredibly helpful and even got up at 7.30 in the morning to drive us to the bus station, and also had breakfast ready for us too. If you want somewhere quiet and relaxing, out of the sun then this is the place, but be prepared for a long walk (or short taxi ride) to the beach. In all, a charming place to stay and we would recommend it to anyone staying in Agadir.
Chemin des DunesExcellent 90%
KM12 Route Agadir Essaouira Tamraght Oufella, TaghazoutAwesome 88%
Cité Founty A1Excellent 90%
Baie des Palmiers Cite Founty P5, Secteur touristiqueExcellent 90%
Douard Tissaliouine Tamraght Agadir/ Tamraght/ TaghazoutAwesome 85%
stijn.degerickx Not easy by foot, but a great place to stay when you are looking for a lowbudget yet very neat "hotel". The eveningfood there is highly recommended, plus everyone is extremely helpfull. Again, we had a nice stay!
KM 27 ROUTE D'ESSAOUIRAExcellent 90%
sandy_buis Followed recommendations on Travellerspoint about this hotel and agree this is a pretty good deal. Well located near city centre and beach, good-sized clean room, lovely terrace to take breakfast on and friendly staff. Probably lucky to have got a room facing the courtyard and not the road which is quite busy indeed. Would recommend it if you don't look for a 5* hotel!
B.P. no. 1039 Cite FountyGreat 80%
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