Located on the coast of Morocco, the Atlantic Palace Agadir is a hotel with 328 rooms and suites. The hotel is nestled in a beautiful 10,000 m2 Moroccan garden in the center of the Bathing Sector, offering an intimate setting and a particularly peaceful atmosphere. There are several restaurants privatized for Pesach 2020: The Pacha, Oasis, TajMahal and Pool Bar & Terrace.

Our staff members always offer personalized and attentive service with a smile. They thus reflect authentic Moroccan hospitality and create a special and unique relationship with our customers. Acceuil-oiulpy086856nfu3bpvwxs5dvci3ehzq98v42kt4x0 lobby-panoramic-copie_orig-oipl41s7t5jfmi78tqly10g7htikimx3zuq6rf8f8k 506294-oivv3mg0f6iz94tqsdvx211a52b2kcl177eogkjcis 506295-oir5d728d5t9hsk9e4bf2z225jtqegm0fecnf0j1gk

History of the hotel

A man of culture, open to innovative ideas, from a large Moroccan family whose roots are rooted in religion, gave his time, his intelligence, his knowledge of men and the cultural wealth of his country to make his wish come true.

Construction work began in the early 90s, it lasted eight years and brought together men of great talent, an exceptional artist, the real Michelangelo of Arab-Moroccan art and a team of skilled craftsmen having all aim to stay true to the spirit of work.

The approach to the Atlantic Palace hotel is via a large tree-lined path. The establishment’s entrance is inspired by classic monumental architecture with arcades at the top of a marble staircase.

The large entrance hall of the hotel impresses with its 1,000 m². It is the obligatory passage for all customers, their first contact with the hotel and the meeting point for discussions.

Discover not only the walls and ceilings, columns and friezes, doors and chandeliers, carpets and seats that inspire meditation, but also the craftsmen who created them. These maallems (master masons in mosaic) are master craftsmen and visual artists whose techniques are transmitted from generation to generation. They have inspired poets and musicians and are able to combine and harmonize spaces, shapes and colors. The chosen geometric element (circle, triangle, spiral, pentagon or polygon) is repeated symmetrically along several axes. The combinations are traditional and yet constantly renewed, with floral patterns borrowed from Byzantine art and the perfect proportions of the golden ratio.