For those staying on an all-inclusive basis, the hotel's restaurant offers a buffet for all three meals of the day. The space itself is rather dark and the tables are fairly close together meaning not much intimacy. What's more, there is no terrace so al fresco dining in the evening is not an option. There are various themes for the buffet, including Moroccan, French, Italian and fish and each has several varieties so you will almost certainly not eat the same thing twice during your stay. For those guests who do not have access to the buffet or for those who just fancy a change, there is an à la carte menu available featuring a dozen or so specialities such as fish soup, veal escalope or entrecôte steak. During the day time, between dips in the pool, you can also find sustenance at the snack bar where light fare, such as sandwiches and pizzas, is offered.
For those night birds amongst you, you will be pleased to hear that the Omega has one of Agadir's biggest nightclubs on its premises. Beirut, which claims to have a select entry policy, features a round dance floor at its centre, numerous intimate seating niches and pillars covered with glass mosaic tiles as well as golden cushions and other elements which give the place a bit too much of a bling bling feel! A mix of Arab and international music is pumped out each night along with a wide selection of drinks at the bar. Just a warning: the staircase leading down to the club is dark, long and narrow.