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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Rating for hotel, outside hotel not safe @ night

I went here with 8other girls (aged 30-50) the hotel itself is lovely, 5nice pools although we stayed round the biggest as the others were very quiet. There were the animation team 2/3 times a day who danced to their local song around the pool and tried to get people up with them... Just say no if u don't want to its fine. Food - all inclusive option I always go AI and this was fine but that's it, dinner the Buffy part is poor but breakfast and tea time were good... there is a little burger place next door that u can go too anytime this is nice, although one day we were there the staff were having an arguement and at one point one of the staff (a manager I think) punched a staff member in the chest - not professional!! There are 5 a la carte restaurants but there is only 1 set menu for each, to get the restaurant u want u need to book the day before and u have to eat at 7pm they literally close the doors at 7 if your not there your not there! Drinks.... Yes served in plastic cups but they are the solid plastic cups and this is because they don't want glass around the pool... They don't know what dark rum is but do have Bacardi, beer, whiskey etc... Bar around pool bar at night has music and animation team get everyone up dancing - ok for the younger ones Bar near reception serves in plastic and glass but no music and very Smokey! WiFi ok through day can connect between about 11am and 3pm after this im sure it gets turned off. you get bottled water (1.5ltr) on arrival per person and every night at 7pm from reception found this excellent as usually have to buy it! Rooms ours had 2single beds pushed together and a bunk bed even though only 2in room think they all standard! no fridge in room or anything to make a bru with so take your own... Only 3 plug sockets 1behind tv 1near bed and one in bathroom... Toilet and shower seperate which was useful for getting ready. If you visited the beach and told the staff in the morning they would make you a packed lunch and they would find u where ever u r on the beach at dinner time and bring it to you! Great! There are stalls throughout hotel grounds, some can mother u a lot but a polite no or I will come back later usually works well... We deeded up in hawaiin outfits whilst there's and had lots of blow up items for a 50th birthday everyone loved this and staff found it hilarious (it's not the place to do this at night outside hotel grounds) Towels they tell u they are included but u have to put about £10 down for then which u don't get back until u return the towel... U can swap your towel every 2days ... Don't lose the receipt. Night time... If you go out at night there is a British pub down the road we were one of very few British in there but a great night none the less, 2 Moroccan guys walked us home saying it wasn't safe which we thought was weird but they were very nice ... The next night we went out walking home at 2am a man jumped out of a car and because we didn't want to talk to him he spat at us and called us some not very nice things at all... This night we were with some Scottish guys who worked there, they walked us home saying it wasn't safe!? Got back to hotel, right outside hotel doors a man jumped out from no where grabbed me and tried dragging me down the street, there were 8women and 5men and that didn't stop him, when he realised he wernt getting anywhere u couldn't see him for dust! The security at hotel were more concerned that we were trying to get the Scottish guys in hotel (which we wasn't) needless to say we didn't go out at night again. I wouldn't return as I don't like feeling unsafe ... If u are going for a holiday where u stay in the hotel ground I would recommend this hotel, but otherwise I would think twice More

sdemaine86, Manchester, United Kingdom

Hotel unsafe

On arrival, after entering the front door, there was a staircase of about 14 steep steps. Not good for people with mobility problems. No lift and we had to struggle with our cases down the steps, very dangerous. The rest of the hotel had lots of steps and some were very slippery when wet, bannisters if there were any were not ideal, again some areas had no ramps. Around the complex, there were paths for wheelchairs then suddenly there were steps and no way could a person in a wheelchair navigate the steps. When it rained, some of the paths had tiles so when wet were very slippery. Hotel aware of slippery surface as signs were put out and staff were constantly trying to wash away the excess water in heavy rainstorms. Again a dangerous place. The food was absolutely awful and the veg was luke warm,not much meat and when they did try to cook meat they burnt it, smell was awful. I did not eat well and had a few hypo`s because of the food. On the good side, the cleaners and dining room staff were brilliant. The whole of Agadir was very clean. The animation team were lazy and one of them tried to touch up a female guest, this was reported. The animation team should all be dismissed and replaced with a better team who will entertain the guests. The reception staff were not helpful. There was shops around the complex and the vendors were very pushy and would not leave you in peace. The pool areas were ok but again lots of steps down to the pools. The pool bar opened when they wanted not when publishedMore

Ralph P, Gosport, United Kingdom

For the price it is excellent

The hotel is clean, the staff very friendly and most of the restaurant food is great. For the price you cannot beat it. We paid 260 quid and stayed a week. I don't know how they afford it. We drank from the free bars daily and ate tons of food. The wifi is terrible though. Especially in reception it constantly drops or becomes unusable. Which when it rains like it did the first half of our holiday was frustrating. As the people of Morocco don't see rain often so when it happens there is nothing to do. The animation team are friendly but could be a bit annoying. We would be entertaining ourselves playing cards and they would come over asking us to dance and be begging us to do it. I think it's fine for them to ask but it got a bit annoying when we they kept asking when we were already entertained. The hotel needs more sign posts there are very little signs to where anything is. The heated swimming pool was amazing and needed because all the other pools were colder than ice and noone was in them. We did go kn but couldn't last longer than a couple minutes. The best restaurants were la medina and the Chinese restaurant. Both were so very tasty and in lovely settings. The pizza place was disappointing with little cheese on the pizza. The steak house was great steak but everything else was meh. The pudding I'd recommend you avoid was very nasty. Other than that the cleaning ladies were very good. The bar staff were also pleasant. I'd recommend tipping them they make your stay much more enjoyable. Only 20 or 50 dhs as a one off. You don't have too they will still be nice but if you tip they might bring drinks to you etc. The other thing I'd say is if you go out the spanish pueblo entrance watch out as there is a little souk. Which can be annoying if you just want to go to the beach. I'd advise exit via the tennis course. It's only a 5 minute walk to the beach. I'd walk to the marina end as more is going on and less people trying to sell you stolen phones and crap jewellery. Plus you'll have a good view of the hill with God, king and country written on it. Have fun good cheap holiday. More

jakhello147, Dorchester, United Kingdom

average all inclusive

hotel is on several levels (lots of steps). Not a place for disabled or wheelchair bound. It rained on my stay and the walkways had to be repeatedly swept clear of water (apparently the first rain in 3 years?). Rooms are in main block which has lift or arranged in small courtyards (3 floors no lift). Pools are good and in November/December lots of sun loungers available. Little shade to be found. Food was quite bad at the buffet, I suppose you get what you pay for. I understand the themed restaurants are better. Staff generally happy and helpful. Rooms and hotel in general kept very clean. Rooms in courtyards(riads) are roomy twin bedded have separate toilet and shower. small balcony, pay for safe, tv with 2 English channels. The main route to the beach included 3 flights of steps and a 200 meter walk between two hotels. The hotel has loungers on the beach and free soft drinks are available.More

MastG, London

Not bad hotel

Hotel clean, staff nice, but the entertainment team rubbish. They stick together doing same things all the time. If they ask you to dance and you say no they do pester you. Nice restuarants just outside the hotel. Le Maxwells and Little Norway. Very nice food. More


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