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.

International buffet restaurant

Tuck into the delicious buffet spread, with dishes from around the world making an appearance. Please be aware that gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers at mealtimes.

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1 bedroom family room with balcony or terrace

These Morrocan-style 1-bedroom family rooms, come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. They come with a twin bedroom, bunkbed, and an extra bed. There's also satellite TV.

twin room with balcony or terrace

These Morrocan-style twin rooms, come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. There's also satellite TV. These rooms come with an extra bed.

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Getting Better.

It was quite quiet when we arrived in resort but plenty of maintenance was going on. Most of the rooms did not have air-conditioning, which is not great as the rooms got very hot. They were installing a few in some of the empty rooms while we were there. There was a lot of cleaning and much needed painting going on. The hotel was quite large but basic, but definitely worth the price as its not an expensive hotel. It is set back from the beach but its a short pleasant stroll to the promenade/beach. The food in the buffet was not the best and very samey but this didn't matter as there is fast food restaurant for lunch and in the evening there were 5 A La Carte restaurants to choose from that can be used once each per week. We went to most of them all twice in our 2 week stay and ate out a few lunch times to avoid the buffet. The food in the restaurants was very nice. Also in the evening after the entertainment there were pizzas at the pool bar. There were a couple of pools and shops in the complex and a couple of bars. Overall this was a nice hotel and location but not the quality of some of the others in the area.More

MandaGlo, 187069

Best ever

You don't go here expecting 4star this is a big hotel with staff as friendly as could be great pools plenty for the kids entertainment all day dancing lessons darts you name it they do it . The rooms are very basic and very morrocan but very clean bit of a shock after leaving plasma TVs and all our gag it's. This was the best holiday we have had to me it beats the Kenzi hotel our kids had fab time . The restaurant big and caters for most they will always cook you up pasta or pizza if you want.have been back three times so very sad to here Thomson will not be going there after this year. You are going to morroco not England so don't expect your English comforts .More

didler, 1096375

Lovely hospitality

A very nice resort for what we paid. Swimming pools every where. Some quit others not so. Food a bit of the same each day but freshly prepared and presented. The staff are so friendly and welcoming. People on other reviews complained of the steps. There are loads but if your aware of it, it shouldn't be a problem. There are little stalls inside the complex with the typical sellers wanting to sell you there merchandise but by smiling and saying no there weren't too bad. The beach and promenade are only 5 minutes walk away and are very clean. The only problem we had was for some reason the animation team would crank up the music at 11pm until 12..More

Adey2015, 186274

Good family hotel

Good food, lots of pools, excellent friendly helpful staff. Rooms basic but adequate, beds a little hard. Walking distance to the beach, some shops in walking distance. Kids club at edge of resort so didn't use it as seemed to far away from rest of facilities.More

Jill L, 186422

Caribbean Village. Easter 2016

Overall; Caribbean Village in Agadir was amazing value all inclusive holiday. We were a couple and had a great time. The room; was very large and we got an upgrade to a double with sea view on arrival. The bed was comfy with lots of space. The shower and bathroom were good although we had some issue with the toilets plumbing which is to be expected in Morocco. The resort; had 4 pools so it was always possible to find the right vibe for your requirements, from party (main pool) to completely chilled (Orangrie). It also had lots of activities some better than others with tennis and table tennis being excellent, the mini golf on ceramic tiles less so! The beach with all inclusive drinks was 5 minute walk. The wi-fi is a bit weak, so may not suit those who wish to stay connected. Its not in the room and only round some of the pools but this was ok it was nice to have a break and a defined time to use the internet..i.e after dinner on the terrace or in the main reception. The food; generally good with some real highlights such as home made pavlova, chicken pastilla, freshly fried doughnuts for breakfast. There was always lots of choice in the buffet. In the a la carte restaurants you don't actually get a choice and and were more mixed. The Moroccan was excellent as you would expect with a nice vibe, staff in national dress and nice decor. The steakhouse was good with perfect steak. The Japanese, Madame Butterfly the food was poor but we still had a nice meal. The staff were really friendly and a extra tip go for the afternoon snack bar, instead of lunch, which is waiter service in the sun and does a mean Merguez sandwich. Drinks were fine nothing was really nice touch to serve Moroccan wine from the Meknes region..very drinkable and i am sure will have a good future. The staff; they are really good..the animation team deserve special mention. Really they put such effort in to the evening entertainment such as a great performance of Mama Mia and a great dance competition, which was so much fun. In the afternoon the Agadir dance really adds a local flavour and brings people together round the pool. The Thomson rep, Hassan was very helpful, no problems and we booked a good excursion to Taroudant through them. The people: there a great mix of couples, families, big groups, small groups, nationalities, classes...a pleasure to see. Agadir: it was a nice place different to the rest of Morocco. Recommend Souk el Had, an easy taxi a classic Peugeot 205.. where you get down to real shopping with the locals without much hassle. The seafront was nice and really well used by Moroccan's mixed with some tourists. The marina is quite flash. Note Agadir is not a party place..drink is available in pubs but is expensive to absolutely ridiculous in clubsMore

Mr--B2483, 191259

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