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Newest reviews for Paradis Plage Surf Yoga & Spa

  • Mouad
      United Arab Emirates
    August 16, 2014

    everything, the beach, the pool the activities for kids and adults, etc.

    breakfast was poor not much variety, Pool was totally inadequate for size of hotel and number of guests. Pool loungers were cramped and have limited space. early come early serve.

    7.9

  • Beverley
      United Kingdom
    July 24, 2014

    Chilled and laid back atmosphere with lovely rooms

    Pool was totally inadequate for size of hotel and number of guests. Pool loungers were cramped around the pool area with no privacy and limited space.

    7.1

  • Martin
      United Kingdom
    July 20, 2014

    Location, pools, beach, accommodation, staff, weather

    A slightly limited lunch menu

    10

  • Adriano
      Portugal
    June 12, 2014

    The food in the restaurant was very good and value for price with very nice presentation. Staff is very pleasant and helpful. Location at the beach.

    Nothing...

    10

  • Jamal
      Morocco
    June 10, 2014

    The beach restaurant is goog Good breakfast

    Bad smell outside on the road side

    8.8

  • Yvonne
      United Kingdom
    June 2, 2014

    Particularly helpful staff included Momo the surfing instructor and restaurant waiters. Beautifully designed, lush gardens, tasteful decor, huge rooms, private and peaceful. Great food. Really relaxed atmosphere. Wonderful massages. Great yoga with Warren in amazing setting on beach. Blissful holiday for all. Hotel beach not always surf able so would advise car rental to drive to other nearby beaches. Ample parking at hotel.

    We went at low season so there was only one restaurant available in the evening with the same menu each day. Some specials each day might have added variety (hardly a major life difficulty!).

    10

  • Pieter
      Netherlands
    May 19, 2014

    The room (or apartment) was magnificent. Nice beach, great breakfast and good dinner. Having the pool was great for the children

    Service on the terrace was very slow one evening (much better the next)

    8.8

  • Sanaa
      Morocco
    May 3, 2014

    Location& kids club& the hotel& good staff...

    8.5

  • Beatrice
      United Kingdom
    April 27, 2014

    Everything. The staff, the activities, the standard, the location, the surroundings, the way people looked after you. Whether you look for relaxation or fun activities; whether you are 8 or 80, there is something for everyone. Well worth it. I will be coming back.

    9.6

  • Natalia
      Germany
    April 2, 2014

    It is a beautiful place. Yoga room and the beach were amazing! Every wish that we had, the hotel staff made it possible. I am definately looking forward to my next visit at paradis plage!

    10

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    March 31, 2014

    Kitchens not fully functional.

    7.5

  • Marshall
      United States of America
    March 25, 2014

    I have stayed there several times over the last few years- I would have rated them excellent but in the last year there are fewer amenities in the rooms and the breakfast buffet was just right and used to have a cappuccino machine which is now gone. It was perfect- now it is still a good place.

    7.5

  • Johannes
      Norway
    March 23, 2014

    Great Place, nice spacious room, very nice staff, very good food, esp. recommend barbeque by the beach on weekends, very nice and calm atmosphere, would love to go back to Paradis Plage.

    10

  • Othmane
      Morocco
    March 17, 2014

    Yoga class is just amaaaazing

    Breakfast is poor for such a hotel Spa should extend opening hours

    8.8

  • Edward
      Norway
    March 3, 2014

    Nice wellcome and very friendly staff. Free upgrade to superior suite, -thank you, Ali!

    Located in the middle of nowhere with little/nothing to do or see in the vicinity of the hotel. Poor service in the surf shop

    7.1

  • Tanja
      Denmark
    January 10, 2014

    A splendid resort for both grownups and children. We had surf lessons on the beach with the surfschool and had a wonderfull time.

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      Switzerland
    December 29, 2013

    Extreme kindness of the whole staff. They really make your stay a complete relaxing breeze. Food was excellent. Lots of activities, sometimes difficult to choose from, as schedules for yoga, surf and spa clash.

    9.2

  • Mark
      United Kingdom
    December 9, 2013

    Nice hotel, right on the beach. I was there surfing so was good location as 5 min drive from Killers, and about 20 from Tamri. Room was massive and nice balcony. I would recommend this hotel to my mates.

    Girlfriend is a Vegi, surprisingly not much vegetarian choices available as she doesnt like Fish either. The resteraunt did make an effort to vary the one choice she had which was muchappreciated. I dont think this is a big negative as you can always drive to Tagazout but I think it would be something that the hotel should look in to.

    9.6

  • Maryke
      United Kingdom
    November 20, 2013

    This hotel was advertised as being in the surfing village of Taghazout which it is not! Although in a beautiful location it was very isolated. It was a 10-15 minutes taxi drive from the village which meant accessing the surf shops or restaurants difficult.

    7.9

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    November 12, 2013

    -hotel very near the nice and privat beach -hotel complex clean and well arranged -junior suite noble -good and fresh smell everywhere -cashpoint near reception -giant breakfast -parking near the room

    -beds to soft (old) but clean -kitchen big but not equiped at all

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      Netherlands
    October 29, 2013

    Great rooms and apartments. Awesome décor, new, clean simply beautiful. Fabulous SPA facilities and staff.

    Restaurant. Average food, only serves dinner or any food after 7.30p however there is a movie for kids at 7.15p but you cannot feed your kid before so only after the movie at 9pm. Not stock with enough variety so at every meal either they don't have cold beer or several dishes on the menu. I think that is just overall bad management and organization.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      Morocco
    October 22, 2013

    the facilities the rooms the location

    the service in the restaurant was very slow the breakfast buffet had hardly any fresh fruit

    8.3

  • Anna
      Switzerland
    October 7, 2013

    Virtually everything :-) I will be going back I am sure...!

    The menu was a bit 'samey' for a week long stay and too Western, they need to include local food

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    September 3, 2013

    Nice location away from the usual tourist areas. Nicely appointed rooms and communal areas. Fantastic hammam/massage. Good location for surfing when there's sufficient swell. Plenty of visible staff. Our room was really nice with a great sea view. Breakfast buffet was pretty good (get there early before it gets a bit disorganised and things run out).

    Staff and management not particularly organised. Food only so-so and not much variety. Drink options not as varied and easy to access as in Agadir (they do kind of have you hostage at this resort). When we visited there was a terrible sulphide smell that I'm assuming came from the drainage system (other people have mentioned this).

    7.1

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    September 2, 2013

    Paradis Plage turned out to be a hidden gem in a tiny little town nestled between the stunning Atlas Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. My family and I had a fantastic 4-day visit - and we wished we could have stayed longer. The rooms were spotless, comfortable and well equipped. The staff was outstanding and any requests for service were quickly responded to (unlike many hotels in Morocco). This is truly a great spot to just relax completely and rejuvenate. There are no noisy nightclubs or casinos - no rowdy guests - no service barriers to hurdle - just beautiful views, wonderful food and lovely staff members. A special thanks to everyone who made our stay so nice! I highly recommend the evening buffet, yoga lessons, and even swimming lessons for children. The dining staff was super sensitive to the needs of my highly allergic son and went out of their way to make sure his food was safely prepared. Their kindness was really welcoming. Many of the staff spoke flawless English, too, which was a nice treat. The beaches were clean and safe and the resort pool was well maintained and not too crowded. The fire in the evening right on the beach where guests gathered together and relaxed was one our best memories of our trip. We cannot wait to go back.

    The trip to the resort can be a bit of a challenge to those not familiar with Morocco. This is not in Agadir proper - rather about 40 minutes outside of the city. We drove from Casablanca (an amazing 6-hour drive with views that are stunning - get a guide book so you know what you're looking at) and landed in the town at night. The two-lane highway to the resort is sandwiched between the mountains and the ocean - lighting is minimal, drivers are a bit nutty, and the use of guardrails is, well, sparse. I highly recommend you get your own car and take your trip during the daylight hours if you're not used to the unpredictable "fun" that is Moroccan highway driving (rule #1 for Moroccan drivers - there are no rules). Don't miss a trip along the coast to some of the smaller towns past the resort - the sea views are spectacular.

    10

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