Caribbean Village Agador


This hotel has a spot close to the beach and comes with a handful of à la carte restaurants.

This big hotel is surrounded by manicured gardens, but has a great setting just off one of Agadir’s main streets. And it’s only a 5-minute walk from the beach, where the hotel has its own section.

Traditional whitewashed buildings and mosaic tiles give the place an authentic Moroccan feel. And you get the run of the hotel next door, so there are 3 pools in total.

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  • 4Floors
  • 343Rooms
  • 2Lifts
  • Buildings: 15 - The hotel includes 2 hotels: Caribbean Village Agador and El Pueblo Tamlelt.

All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full Board buffet meals. Snacks 13.00-16.00 and 22.00-24.00. 1 visit per week to each of the 5 specialist restaurants.


Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine and selected spirits, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.30-24.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Beauty salon*

Offering treatments such as manicures, pedicures, body wraps and hydro massages.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children, with 2 single beds and 1 bunkbed. This room comes with satellite TV with limited channels and daily daily maid service with towel change, linen changed twice a week. Fridge, kettle and hairdryer are on request and at a charge. Cots are also available.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child, with twin and single beds. This room comes with satellite TV with limited channels and daily daily maid service with towel change, linen changed twice a week. Fridge, kettle and hairdryer are on request and at a charge. Cots are also available.

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The truth!

Just got back after spending a week here. First of all remember this is a three star hotel. It's a pretty big hotel with lots if stairs, so if you have mobility problems make sure you say so when booking for a ground floor room, saying that we managed to negotiate them all with a pushchair. Rooms are average - basic, clean and comfortable they were cleaned each day by friendly polite staff. The hotel has several pools, each sunbed had a towel on it by 8am but fortunately there is a sign that says towels left on longer than 2hrs with no sign of the owner would be removed by the pool staff and to be fair they did just that - we tipped the pool guy and he always managed to find us sunbeds. Food in the main oasis restaurant is what you would find in your average canteen, but still edible - remember what I said about it being a three star. There is a snack bar that does burgers, hotdogs etc - worth a visit. We found that if you top the waiters they look after you. There are also several themed restaurants - Moroccan, Chinese, steak, pizza and fish, you have to pay in these but well worth it. We went on two trips (thomsons organised) - agadir experience and camel trekking, both very good although if you go on camel trekking ensure you spray yourself with mosquito repellant as they go past a river and we all got bitten several times! The hotel has its own private beach which is roped off - good as there are lots if beach sellers who are not allowed inside the marked area - otherwise you'll have them pester you every 2 minutes! We walked along the seafront during both day and night - much busier during the night but still safe to walk about. Would I go again - No - but that's only because I never go to the same place again. Would I recommend - Yes. More

mark s, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Amazing holiday

We are a family of five - one 19 year old and twins of 12. We decided to make the most of our holiday after reading mixed reviews. Ignore the bad reviews. Hotel - beautiful throughout and very ethnic. Always clean, in fact we were mesmerised at how hard the cleaning staff worked each day. The rooms had everything you needed and the shower was always hot. Food - Buffet was good - we always found something to eat. The kids miss having pancakes for breakfast and the omelettes were amazing. The Moroccan restaurant was lovely for a fixed menu. If you go into the same bit of the restaurant each time a waiter adopts you and sets up your table with bread and drinks every day. A little tip from time to time goes a long way. Beach - excellent private beach which did not allow the trades people on. You could order your sandwiches in the morning and they were delivered at lunch time. Basic, but we didn't eat much for lunch anyway. Free drinks from the bar where they really looked after you. Staff - All the staff were excellent. The bar staff remember what you drink every time and if you tip them even 20Dh you get even better service. They even taught us some Arabic. The cleaner was lovely even though her English was not good. She came to say goodbye as we left. The Animation team were great. No pressure to join in the activities but much more fun if you do. Even the lifeguards ended up friends with us. A very happy bunch of people with the attitude "Enjoy life". Trips - We went to Marrakesh for the day - so different from Agadir. An experience. Other guests - If you want to be with lots of English people, not the place for you. Mostly Eastern European, French and Belgian which we think makes for a more interesting holiday. Entertainment - dancing every day and night around the pool. We got very fit very quickly. The shows were good, although the sketch shows (only about two of them) got lost in translation. The Miss/Mr Agador and dancing competitions were hilarious. The nice thing about the evenings was that no-one got uncontrollably drunk, kids were included all the time and the music stopped at midnight. Very considerate towards the hotel guests. After watching all the other guests for two weeks my advice would be to smile at all the staff and say hello. You get much better service for it, even without tipping. They all work 12-13 hour shifts, six days a week and never stop. All for less than £200 per month. Appreciate them and they will be friends for life. My eldest daughter cried all the last day, which we found very funny, because she didn't want to leave. Take their philosophy on board and 'enjoy lif'e. We intend to go back at Easter and can't wait.More

louise_ilsley, Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel lovely staff

We stayed here for 2 weeks in July its a lovely hotel very big and with all the amenities its ideal for families or couples!! not for older people as there are a lot of steps around the hotel !!! the animation team at the hotel are the best I've seen in any hotel I've ever been there brilliant with both the adults and the children they have activities all day and entertainment every night there is something different on! The rooms are ok cleaned everyday! we did have to be moved due to my friend falling and hurting her leg to a ground floor room which was closer to the pool and really modern it was lovely nicer then the other room the reception staff could not do enough to help us they moved us by the afternoon fantastic service. There are 4 pools here but you do need to get there early in peak season as there are more people than beds!! The food in the hotel is nice breakfast was always good and you have a variety all other meals as well as the themed restaurants if you fancy a change. The weather is a bit hit or miss as well overcast till lunch boiling then in the afternoon and chilly at night so take a wrap. This hotel is not and Agadir in general is not for groups of Youngsters as there is nothing much to do once the bar shuts in the hotel unless you go down to the marina or go to the Hotel club which was only open 1 night whilst we were there due to ramadan which was disappointing!! We did venture out to the hotel across the the road called the beach club which did have a club and was open till 4am it was ok but nothing special!! Over all we had a lovely holiday and would recommend this hotel as it has lovely little shops and other stalls all around the complex but you do have to haggle they can be quite pushy and rude if you don't buy so be aware.More

MANDYHUGHES, Bangor, United Kingdom

Very nice

Just back from this delightful hotel. First arrival I was unsure of the type of hotel we had gone to, as the reception area and bar are a bit dated. On being shown to our room, the garden area changed my opinion of it straightaway. All the rooms are located in Riads dotted around the complex, and although quite basic we're well presented, and exceptionally clean. The dining room was a little on the large informal side, but served its purpose. Food was your standard all inclusive fare. The only let down being not much choice of mains. Chicken or fish, which was very nice, but a wider choice would have been preferred. 5 a la carte restaurants, Japanese, Fish, Moroccan, Italian and Steakhouse helped to compensate. The Moroccan being the best one. The pool area was surrounded by sunbeds, but you had to be up at the crack of Dawn to reserve one, despite a sign telling you not to, before 9am. The pool ar could be busy at times, but the staff were very friendly, and even remembered your drinks. Outside the hotel, there are a few shops, and a nice little restaurant that seats only 15. The prices are very good and for a 3 course meal, for four, with a beer a piece, and 3 bottles of wine cost us £110 for the four of us. The animation team are very good, and always on the go. Very friendly, and eager to mix nationalities. Would I return here, yes, I would, but want to see other places, and hotels within Agadir.More

Russell E, Halifax, United Kingdom

I personally wouldnt bother if I was you!!!!

I am going to try and keep this brief... We went here on the 16th june for two weeks. The weather was amazing this time of year, really hot with slight winds. Towards the end of the two weeks there were some fog that started creeping in the mornings, but we had had such good weather before this that it didn't bother us. The rooms are just ok. The décor was to be expected given that it states the rooms are in a Moroccan style, but the cleanliness was pretty poor. The floors were absolutely filthy, so I would take some cheap slippers you can throw away if you have booked this hotel. Also noticed the maids threw rubbish from the rooms in between the buildings where there are recesses. Not quite what you expect I guess! Although it has to be said that the maid we had was very pleasant, in fact, most of the staff were to be honest. I don't go on holiday to chat to the receptionists so maybe this is why it didn't bother me that they weren't interested in anything. Onto the food.... Absolutely Appalling. We stay All inclusive every year and by far this has been the worst of them all. The food is the same, day in day out. My kids even got fed up of the pancakes!! Admittedly some of the food was nice, especially the salads, but the monotonous of it was the problem.... Same as has been said, some days we struggled to get plates etc, but if you go early you will be fine. We also tipped the waiter so we had a table. We did this just to make it easier at meal times with 2 kids. Sunbeds were a nightmare to get hold of. I had to start and get up at 6am just to get them. Absolutely ridiculous! in our last few days they brought out deck chairs as there is just not enough beds to cater for everyone. At the end of the day, yes the price we paid was pretty cheap, BUT it doesn't excuse the fact we had to eat out most nights as the food was so poor, making our holiday much more expensive. We could have actually booked into a much nicer hotel with what we ended up spending there, which does annoy me slightly. Having said that, that's why we ate out most of the time and there are some fabulous places to eat. It is also very reasonable to eat out and we agreed that if we were to go again, we would consider self catering or bed and breakfast. I do feel like I have focused more on the negatives, but I have also included all the positives! its just that they are outweighed unfortunately. Morocco is a beautiful place to holiday, and there are a few things to do with the kids such as the little zoo, and the train. We would definitely go back, just to a different hotel.More

nix83, sheffield

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