This place is just off one of Agadir’s main restaurant streets, and 5 minutes’ walk from Agadir Beach. Despite the name, it’s Moroccan through and through, with traditional flat-roofed buildings laid out, village-style, in huge gardens. Facilities are shared with the El Pueblo Tamlelt next door, so you get 3 pools, each of which has its own bar serving cocktails. There’s a buffet restaurant overlooking the big main pool, plus 5 à la cartes, including an atmospheric Moroccan number that’s all arches, metal lanterns and tiled floors. Bedrooms, meanwhile, come with Moorish touches like mosaic tiles, plus satellite TVs and balconies or terraces.
Based on 1087 reviews
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- Buidings: 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 & 22.00-24.00. 1 visit per week to each of the 4 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.
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a great holiday for price we paid
Stayed here in february for 2 weeks, on arrival you walk down a side road to get to front of the hotel this was not a problem. The reception is a bit dark and although friendly check in staff they were slow to do check ins and as several people arrived at same time extra staff to help with check in would be good. Our room was clean and tidy although my partner and I didnt have the best room view we were happy with it, it was cleaned everyday and towels if left to be changed they were and the cleaning lady was happy to give extra tollet paper when we needed it. The animation team were fantastic and worked really hard my partner entered a couple of the competitions in the evenings, and we enjoyed the shows they put on, they will ask you to join in activities but leave you to carry on if you are not interested. The food was a bit hit and miss , salads are a plenty always fresh chips and pasta dishes and tagines of fish, chicken and beef, at breakfast the omlettes and eggs were cooked fresh , more variety of bread would be good, we were lucky and had a lovely waiter who laid our table for us every evening and our drinks were waiting for us. The only problem is if at mealtimes you are not in restaurant at the right times it is a struggle to find a table and also the tables are not cleared quick enogh and sometimes you had to wait around for plates, cups and cutlery . if you go out the back of hotel you will meet rashid he does trips cheaper than your rep and you also get a good service we went to taradut and marakesh with his company and no complaints. overall me and my family had a great time yes it needs attention in some areas but that didnt spoil our holiday and yes I would stay here again, lovely gardens, friendly staff, very clean and you dont have to tip to get service at bars, restaurant or to get a sun bed.More
BEST HOLIDAY EVER
We would like to write a review as we have read some of the comments on here and feel that a lot of people are moaning for the sake of moaning. First choice offer this hotel as a 3* hotel and that is what it is... If you want RIU standards then you will have to pay RIU prices. We stayed at the hotel for 7nights in Jan 14. On arrival, we were dropped off on the main road as the hotel is set back and the coach is unable to drive down the road. This was not a problem nor a dirty road. Once in the hotel yes the reception area is a little dull but when you look out the large windows and see the sun and gardens you don't mind this so much. The reception staff were all very helpful and made us feel very welcome. The porter took us to our room and we tipped him £2. We were more than happy with our room. On the first night we forgot to get a bottle of water in the allocated time slots, however, the security guard on duty that evening went out of his way to get us a bottle. Food: as this hotel is all inclusive, you expect the same as any other all inc that you go to - repetition. The food was hot, there was plenty of choice and the chefs were all really friendly and again made us feel very welcome. Bars: the pool bar staff were all really lovely and we had lots of laughs with them. We never had a problem getting a drink. I came down really ill with a sore throat and one of the bar men made me this hot lemon drink and the next day I felt fine. We didn't really drink in the reception bar so cannot comment on the service. We also never tipped at the bars and the service was never any different for us. Pool man: the lovely guy who looks after the sun loungers/pool was amazing, we used to put our towels on a bed before we had our breakfast - while we were eating he would lay out our towels nice and get us a ashtray. Again, we never tipped him and never received any other service. Beach: the beach is beautiful and we would thoroughly recommend a trip down there. It's just a 5 min walk out the back of the hotel. Entertainment: the animation team are a credit to the hotel.. They work so hard with just one day off out of 7. They are not pushy, if you don't wish to get involved they will not try and force you. We particularly loved the evenings,dancing the nights away to merengue, salsa and the hotel club songs. If you wanted to carry the night on there is a nightclub just outside the entrance to the hotel. It's great and is just like a small club that we would go to in the UK, be careful it is extremely expensive - so make sure you drink plenty before the all inc runs out. All in all, we had a fantastic holiday. Thanks to everyone... The bars staff and the entertainments team especially. We booked our second trip 3 days after arriving home and will be back out again at the end of March 14. If you do decide to book this hotel, we hope you have a great time like we did :) More
AmazingAgadir, London, United Kingdom
Just come back from Caribbean Village. We had a lovely time and didnt want to come home. Hotel was a little tired but could not fault it, just needs a lick of paint. We are booking to go back in May. It is in a very good location. Food was always hot and plenty to pick from. Pasta and chips a plenty for the kiddies! They also have a snack bar area with lovely burgers sandwiches and salads. I would recommend staying. Good value for money.More
henry3015, Mold, United Kingdom
A week is a long time
I returned from here yesterday after staying a week. I somehow wish that I hadn't booked the holiday. Though most staff seemed friendly enough (especially to the kids and young women). My first room I was in was awful (right next to the amiphtheatre), no air conditioning and hearing the disco till midnight. Ant-infested rooms and dirty towels. When I was changed rooms the next day after giving a list of complaints, whilst it was better, I still had more ants than I care for (I've been well bitten by them as well!!), getting the bedding changed didn't happen. And as for the food, it was mainly luke-warm and poor choice. I ended up eating out a few times, not good given it's all inclusive. Even the themed restaurants were not that much to write home about (I'd rather a half board plus with better standards of food rather than all inclusive). As for the two indoor bars, the non-smoking one was closed so everyone had to use the smoking one. To be honest, I don't want to think about this holiday again and don't get me started on the poor service from the First Choice rep, the towels on sunbeds stuff, etc. Thankfully I was only there for one week..... one week to long.More
Alzie2014, London, United Kingdom
Cheap and cheerful
I've seen quite a few negative reviews on here about this resort. Did they not realise that the price they paid would reflect some of the faicilities? My wife and I stayed here for 5 nights on the first part of our Honeymoon. The hotel was a bit hit and miss, but overall good value for money when you consider that it is all inclusive. The food was somewhat bland on the whole, but plentiful. A word of caution:You will almost certainly end up with an upset stomach some stage during you stay. There is a small chemist a few minutes walk away on the main road that speaks good Enlgish and you can get the equivalent of Imodium for a small price. There is a snack bar at the rear of the pool bar so you are never likely to go hungary. The guy who does the omlettes in the is a legend! No issues getting served at the bar. There werecomments previously about tipping to get a better service - I found no difference in the service on the days that I tipped to those that I didn't. The traders in the small shops on the grounds were an absolute pain. Just be polite but firm and they soon get the message after a day or so. Don't, as my wife did, say "maybe later" - They remember it for the duration of your stay and will hound you every time they see you. There is a large supermarket about 25 minutes walk away if you want to stock up on things (take a right out on the main road and keep on going). There is a small shop in the resort that sells basic things that should serve most needs though (slightly more expensve, but not too bad). The entertainment team worked relentlessly through the day to keep eveybody entertained. I found the music a bit too loud for my liking, but that is probably me turning into a grumpy old man. There is also a camel called Chocolate that hangs around for rides for a small fee, the owner looks like Saddam Hussein and they are both easy to spot. There are a lot of stray cats in the resort who apparently are subject to a cull on and off by the staff. I like cats and they largely kept themselves to themselves. Try the mint tea they serve in the afternoon, it's lovely. Not as authentic as I'd tried elsewhere on our trip, but tasty enough. The beach is a good 15-20 minutes walk away. We went for lunch in one place for a change and became very glad that we were all inclusive. The string of restaurants churn out a steady stream of mediocre food at inflated prices. Don't come to Agadir and expect to experience Morocco - you may as well be in Tenerife, it's just a tourist resort, nothing more and nothing less. Would I stay again? Yes Would I stay elsewhere if I had the extra cash? Definitely - you get what you pay for in this place. It is what it is, warts and all.More
Squidgy66, London, United Kingdom
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