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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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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Offering treatments such as manicures, pedicures, body wraps and hydro massages.
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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 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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just returned from this hotel having spent 10 days there and I`m glad to be alive. Let me describe the room door system,you need the key to get in obviously but if you forget or the wind blows the door shut before you have chance to remove the key you are totally TRAPPED inside !!.This happened to my wife and I ,second floor room no way out.The phone to reception did not work so we were trapped in room for 4 hours until a `neighbour` noticed key on outside of door and knocked. I that was not bad enough on being released from our prison I noticed that the fire alarm was removed from the block of rooms and that there was ONE fire extinguisher for 24 rooms. This was in the block containing room 3314 and I looked around the `village` and saw ALL rooms had the locking system .If there had been a fire in the block my wife and I would have been killed because we were virtually locked in a prison cell !! The village is that badly built that even after 10 days we still got lost due to the signs giving totally different directions to places and the amount of steps there is ridiculous ,although there are wheel chair ramps they are practically vertical The food is cold,tasteless and greasy and the staff are lazy and indifferent ,I ordered a hamburger in snack bar and after waiting 25 mins I asked a waiter where my food was he replied ` its not my problem ` Aithough the private beach is nice there are not enough sun beds ,we witnessed at least one fight a day between angry French men accusing each other of stealing sun beds....the best entertainment of the holiday The only plus is that the alcohol is strong and plentiful ,if you don't mind waiting ages while the bar man (just one )chats to the waiters To sum up this is a fire hazard waiting to happen,one day someone will be burnt to death,trapped in locked room or a small child will be trapped inside with parents unable to get in. I really don't know why First Choice have this dump on their books !!More
Dont let the b,strds grind you down.
Its a good job a holiday is what you make it. As All inclusive hotels go this certainly is not one of the best. service deliberately slow at the bars and food in restaurants very repetitive and of a basic standard. Main dining areas vast and like cattle sheds. Too cosmopolitan, definitely cater more for the French and Russians. Service improved dramatically if you were prepared to tip the equivalent of 40 to 80p every time you were served with a drink. Cleanliness of pools and public areas very good, rooms cleaned to an acceptable standard. Staff and locals pleasant. Agadir and the part of Morocco we visited were really nice and the promenade and beach exceptionally clean. Would return to the country but not the hotel.More
johnwales1950, Newton Abbot, United Kingdom
Bad food and awful service, don't waste your money
Just returned from a two week holiday in Caribbean village agador. The hotel is known to all the locals as the Agador resort. First impressions were pleasant, nice well kept and clean complex. 4 pools, pool bar, nice beach area, Buffett and several book able restaurants. Our views quickly changed after a couple of days into the holiday. The room was ok, basic but always clean. Hotel complex was maintained daily and kept immaculate. Beach area was up kept daily but very cramped with all the sun beds and additional beds added during the day. The food was awful, catered mainly for the French and Russian. Not much choice and similar food repeated every day. Large queues for every buffet and quality of food was very poor. Lack of cutlery and cups daily. Ala carte restaurants were also awful, we couldn't stop laughing at how poor the quality of food was. Only good thing about the food was the Moroccan restaurant, food and service was good. Everyone we spoke too had been affected by a stomach bug at some point through their holiday, luckily there was a chemist across the street which was a life saver. Don't expect to get served quickly at any bar in the hotel, wait in the vast queues until the bar man can be bothered to start serving. Majority of the staff we met were very rude and made you feel very uncomfortable and in the way. Not what you expect when you are on holiday and in an all inclusive hotel. We are not very picking and hate to complain but this hotel was ridiculous. The staff were more bothered about chatting to each other or txt on their mobiles to care about the guests. Don't waste your time or money staying here, book into one if the many Riu hotels near by that look brilliant! More
Don't go if you don't speak French
The hotel is very spread out and the rooms are on a Riad theme. Plenty of stairs,very little ramps so disabled access is very poor. Rooms are very basic - two single beds, wet room and a seperate toilet.No hairdryer or kettle, but both avilable to rent,plus deposit. There is a strongbox and a rental is due for your stay in advance. There is an assortment of pools around the complex,and johhny foreigner delights at claiming his space early,even saw chap wandering off to mark his spot at 0730. Food - large self serve canteens and the menu is not that varied. Waiting staff hover around waiting for an "in advance" tip. They will quite happily bring you drinks and food esp if you speak French.Breakfast is a scramble and the Omlette man works overtime-when he is not sticking his fingers into the omlette fillings. Lunchtime - that will be chicken and pasta and a variety of salad. Cannot see why they had a chap issueing triangles of cheese one at a time? Bars- even if there is a group of you, they will only serve two drinks at a time - unless you are French, in which case the will bring thwm too you.The two drink rule applies for soft drinks as well, Heston Blumental look a like suffered the wrath of the barmen when he ordered two drinks AND two soft drinks for his boys - two at a time is the law. In house street traders will rip you off without blinking. Local Souk (closed Mondays) is a 20 Dr drive in a Orange Petit Taxi (13.5Dr to £) Confirm price before getting in. Dont dont dont point at anything in the Souk - you will be wearing/holding it in seconds and you have just become best friends with the trader - haggle for everything. Airport - be ready for a hour or two wait at passport control,loads of booths with no one in them. Those that have a body take forever and in one case, two chaps were looking at a feature film and not checking in the tourists.Similar for the leaving,they will not be rushed. As a cheap holiday, there is better in Agadir, Rui Hotels seem to have their act together.More
peteRN1975, Plymouth, United Kingdom
Harrassed and pestered - Sooo glad to be back!
The hotel is large and spread out, with a number of smaller pools which is great but that's all I can say that was good. I've neveer stayed anywhere where so little is included in 'all inclusive' - food we had to pay supplements for, icecream and dessert we had to pay for entirely, activities other than swimming? you guessed it, have to pay for! The hotel also 'kindly' invites many local traders inside the grounds of the hotel on a rotational basis to sell local produce and souvenirs. On the first day this seemed a great idea to see what the area had to offer but OMG!! They were pushy and aggressive and inside the hotel so could approach myself and the children at the pool or mealtimes or just generally when we thought we had some family time. They were also so much worse than just street traders in that they had a captive audience. We went to souks and markets and the traders were tough sellers but took no if you weren't interested and negotiated as we had expected them to. The traders in the hotel started prices ten times higher than street traders, made a big deal about giving a 'discount' but then if you said no, even firmly, they simply turned up at your hotel room instead. On one occasion a trader picked up my daughter and offered to return her once I'd bought something!! Speaking to reception about this actually seemed to make things worse as they were entirely on the side of their traders and indeed called them over to 'discuss' the matter with me so there were 5 or 6 men all talking at me, then they escorted me to see why they were such good value, by taking me to their stalls! Maids let themselves in whenever they felt like it. My son was laid up in bed one day so had put the do not disturb sign on the door and she still opened the door, walked in, started kicking him out of bed so she could make it - never with clean sheets I hasten to add. They seem to only get changed between guests, and towels only if you asked reallly nicely. On top of the fact that everyone at the hotel seemed to be suffering from stomach bugs intermittently from the 'all inclusive' food. There were 6 a la carte restaurants to try out, which we did to try and get away from canteen food but they were only marginally better. As a family we enjoyed one and although was table service at the others we were made to feel they were doing us a favour. I have never been so relieved to leave a holiday - so much so that we were packed and out of our room 7 hours early and spent the afternoon in the airport instead. The town is great, the surrounding areas of Agadir has a lot to offer and the climate is even good because the seaside mist in the morning means anything like sports or trips could be done in the morning before the hot sun kicked n around lunch, but steer waaaay clear of Hotel Agador, Caribbean Village, or Hotel Tamlet (all names for same resort).More
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