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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  • 15Buildings
  • 4Floors
  • 343Rooms
  • 2Lifts

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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3 outdoor pools

A main pool and 2 other pools - one is heated 21st November - 21st March for year-round swimming. There is a kids' section of the main pool too.

Beauty salon*

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

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double room

Double rooms sleep up to 5.

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.

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The animation crew was offensive and always drunk. My daughter was playing ping pong with one of the crew members and they were wearing a shirt that said F- Me on it. My daughter is only 10 years old and found that offensive. My oldest ended up playing football by himself while 6 crew members sat and watched instead of joining in. The lobby of the hotel is smoking and non-smoking. There was no divider for the non-smoking and it was not enforced if someone was smoking in the non-smoking area. Even saw a couple of staff members smoking in the smoking area. We would not chose this hotel again. One other thing their internet service sucks..More

April K, Yeovil, United Kingdom

Had the best holiday

After reading so much negative comments we were getting worried about this resort.Only I have learnt we cannot always go by reviews and need to experience it ourself.we came as a group of 12 (mixtures of adults and children), and had the best holiday we could have imagined.Yes the resort building is aged and the rooms too, but the cleanliness made up for it all.There was a lovely feeling within the resort and how friendly everyone was.We preferred eating at the oasis as we were a rowdy bunch and didn't like the food in the themed restaurants much.The waiters were all very lovely helpful and we did tip the waiters and maids too.We only used the swimming pool once as it was quite cold to swim outdoors.Our younger kids loved the kids club which they visited twice.Beach was about 10 mins walk.we went on excursion from the tour guides outside the hotel who's prices are very reasonable and they were very friendly and nice too.The souk we great also, need to do lot of haggling in the souks to get a good price.I could go on about the resort and Agadir itself as we had such a lovely holiday and 7 days wa too short.The city itself is breathtaking and amazing. The only negative feeling I am left with about the resort is the staff in reception all were very miserable looking and didn't even crack a little smile.Maybe they didn't like our big group or they don't know what customer service means.As they are the first point of contact and they didn't meet to our satisfaction.I will definitely come back to Agadir again, whether I come to this resort not sure, as the first people you meet can put a dampener on your holiday.More

parvin30, London, United Kingdom


Beautiful and very scenic,loved the place and seafood was gorgeous..must visit paradise valley but wear comfy shoes, definitely do quad biking,loved going to marjane..liked the souks,the market is a great place to haggle,but in general haggling is required,night entertainment in the resort by the animation crew was fabulous, the alacarte restaurant wasn't nice,if you do like bland food,then Morocco is ideal and if not take chillies with you..More

Sophistica ,

Adrian Feekings

Just returned from a two week stay with my wife and 1 1/2 year old and we all had a wonderful time. Read this and save yourself some time when you start your holiday. If you are going to this complex, remember it is a 2star plus, don't go expecting swans made out of towels on your bed or air conditioning, do however expect good service, and polite staff. In the buffet restaurant, cutlery and crockery are taken from tables as soon as they think you are finished, so hold on to coffee cups and plates as there was always a shortage. Don't be put off by the que for the omelette chef, he is very good and can do 8 at a time so you won't have to wait long. Allow yourself a couple of mealtimes to get to know the layout of food areas, once you have your bearings,your mealtime will be more relaxed. The wine is good ( both red and white are perfectly drinkable) but the glasses in the food hall are thimble sized, if you take a plastic beaker from the pool area, it's self service and you can pour yourself a reasonable drink. The entertainment is loud until 12:00 so if you have young children, make it known at check in that you would like a quieter room away from the main pool. We found the best selection of food is available in the first hour of meal times, so get in earlier rather than later. We ate out a lot and if you go up to the marina area, some of the smaller restaurants are very reasonably priced ( 2meals with wine £25-35). All the eateries we visited were child friendly and had child seats ( except the English pub)! And we only popped in there for a drink. And you can go in any restaurant for just drinks if you like. If you want particular info, I'm on Facebook so look me up Adrian Feekings, and I'll try to answer any specific questions. most of all, the Moroccan people were fantastic, please don't be blinkered by our media coverage about religious groups, morocco is a Muslim country, but Agadir is a modern and open city, alcohol was available at all the places we ate, hand holding is common place as is light petting ( by Moroccans and tourists) and my daughters favourite Peppa pig sun hat offended no one. We would not hesitate to go back, and as the flight time was 3hrs :15 mins, it's much better than Egypt. One last thing, the sellers along the promo aide, and in the hotel itself will want your attention, be polite, and a " maybe later thank you" with a smile will be accepted. But a " no thanks I've already brought one" is just as good an answer........ Oh yes, don't forget to too early, 20 or 50 dhiram notes are good amounts ( £1.25 -£3.50) This will ensure attentive service in the food halls. By the way, we didn't try any of the hotels speciality restaurants as we wanted to venture out to see more of the city, it's worth it if you can. Enjoy and Have good time :-)More


Great Holiday You Cant Complain for the Price Paid

We booked this hotel for a family holiday with friends, we had a great time, when we first arrived the weather was a bit cold and cloudy but two days in the sun arrived and we had a great time. The rooms are basic but have everything you need and are clean, the food is typical of all inclusive really, the a la carte restaurants aren't really what we would call a-la-carte but it makes a change to try them! The only complaint I have really is the ice creams which are referred to are not included and you can't even get ice cream at lunch or dinner unless you go to one of the special restaurants, so that was disappointing. The entertainment team were not great, they spoke in French most of the time and with a mainly British audience it was a bit annoying, however we didn't let this ruin our holiday as the kids entertained themselves in the pool. The beach is absolutely lovely and the sand is the softest I think I have ever been on. You do get hassled but if you say "no" they tend to leave you alone. We felt very safe being out and about in Agadir and had no worries about taking the children along with us when walking outside the hotel and along the beach. All in all you will have a great holiday. You do need to pack cardigans and jumpers for the evening as it does get chilly.More

KatyR281, Wickford, United Kingdom

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Caribbean Village Agador
Rated: 3.5 /5 based on 1444 customer reviews
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