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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  • 343Rooms
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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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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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Good hotel in good location

This is a great place to stay if you want to be near the beach with the meals all included in the booking. The main pool is noisy at night time though so try and get a room away from the pool. The food is the same sort of thing most days but isn't a bad breakfast or lunch and you can book other restaurants like the Moroccan one which is lovely. If you are expecting fine dining and a quiet atmosphere then this isn't the place for you as you get what you pay for. Rooms are good even though they could do with a refurbish to update them but your away from the room most of the day anyway. Only a 5 minute walk to the beach. More

Richard247, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

all inclusive hoilday

myself and my two teenage girls have just come back fom ten days at this hotel. After reading the reviews just before we left we were all very worried what we were going to. But on arrival all the staff were very helpful and showned us to our room and showed us the areas we needed to know ie food hall,bar and pool. The hotel was very clean and the staff very helpfull. But a small tip helps 10 dh which is about 60p in english. The food was ok, not to my taste but we never went hungry. The beach is a 5 minuite walk from the hotel and is beautiful. you will be aproached by locals to buy different things always barter and arrange a price that suits you. I read some awful things about the state of the hotel camel but after seeing her and talking to the owner he is very much loved part of his and the hotels family and you can see how well she is looked after and how much he is loved. there are 3 beautiful pools and plenty of sun beds. once we found our favourite pool we tipped the pool man who then saved our beds for us.The entertainment is on every night and the staff work very hard especialy in the heat. The wifi is a little hit and miss but you can get on with a little patience.I would go back to this hotel and recommend to my friends and family. I hope the bad reviews on this site dont put people off as it really is a beautiful place.More

michelle s,

Hotel with Pluses and Minuses,also Please Help Save the Poor Cats there.

My Wife and I stayed here for two weeks from 30th June to 14th July. The transfer from the airport was depressing; so much poverty, not until we reached the Agadir area itself did that initial shocking image improve. On arrival everyone had to pay 16.50 dirhams per person per night in tourist tax; nice welcome! Which brings me to my first point reception; where I paid this tax, they delivered very poor customer service, without even a smile, whenever, all through our holiday. However our room was changed quickly from two singles to a double,we still didn't have any view though. After the massacre in Port El Kantaoui Sousse,in neighbouring Tunisia; exact place where we had a great holiday in 2010, we were understandably apprehensive about venturing out, but did even on the first day. The nearby beach, over a busy road was long and sandy and the waves were huge and good fun to jump over, you could base yourself at the sun loungers in a sectioned off area of beach that belongs to the hotel. The promenade had armed police stationed every 800 yards; reassuring. Still locals would come up to you wanting to be your guide or to sell you things, a polite but firm no thank you, and they disappeared. Three places of note Uniprix, a medium sized good value fixed price shop for souvenirs in Agadir, through the free,and interesting,Animal Park,up from the promenade,and another walk to Marjane another fixed price big food and clothes supermarket. Sadly,we didn't go on trips to Casablanca, or Marrakech, as we would have liked to; as we didn't want to take any chances again after the too recent Tunisian sick events. Moving on;the shops in the hotel grounds were OK and you could barter there. In the hotel area also its pools were good ,but we preferred the small pool as opposed to the big one; which was quieter and more secluded. Get your towels down by 0800;as sunbeds go quick. By the small pool there was a bureau de change where the rate was better than UK;so I advise get your currency in Morocco only. Talk about money;the staff bring the reputation of the hotel down by expecting tips all the time;so I suggest you only give two big tips to you favourite two staff who have made a difference,at the end of your holiday only;like I did.They will eventually catch on and be more competitive; breaking the tip culture. Back in the hotel the food was better at the 6 A La Carte Meals on offer per week, included in the all inclusive deal, but if you go to the main restaurant;The Oasis get there early for lunch and evening meal for best choice and guaranteed hot food, that doesn't apply for breakfast;where the omelettes are great. Entertainment;I'm afraid the Animations team are just good dancers not entertainers, although their nightly shows at about 2200,for about an hour were good. The night club wasn't opening until 21/7. Table tennis and mini golf were included in the all inclusive package, and were good fun, but the tennis was not included and guess what;no one was on the courts! There is no Wi-Fi reception as hard as you can try, although you're supposed to pick some signal up separately near reception or near the big pool but unfortunately you can't. Should you have any problems go to Nadia in Guest Services; she smiles and puts you at your ease, don't deal with Leila there she is like my receptionists description. This hotel has a feral cats problem, only the tourists feed the poor moggies,there staff don't appear to there should be a neutering programme, they border on being emaciated, and unfortunately won't live for long. Jack who apparently owns the hotel would have to be involved,as even the hotel's only star Nadia in Guest Services couldn't help; after being approached by another guest,who suggested an animal charity could help with in getting the cats neutered. This problem was even worse outside the Animal Park I mentioned earlier,near Uniprix,they were just lying about,there they were emaciated and the sight of them was distressing. Concluding;this is where the French come for their holidays,the Brits make up only 25% of the guests. The weather was hot and sunny for 10 days, and cloudy but warm on the other 4,fortunately no rain! One night outside it was so nice like having a warm fan heater blowing in your face! We will go back to Morocco; to a better hotel, but regrettably not this one. I'm sorry I can't recommend it until it improves, perhaps Jack the owner could do something, I hope my comments help.More

Richard H, London, United Kingdom

not what i was expecting. weather :/

the hotel was lovely and clean, our room was great for two people but couldn't possibly imagine anymore people in that size room. a family also staying had four people in the same size room including two teenage boys. food was average and expected in an all inclusive resort although there was a lack of fresh fruit, i wouldnt have the burger though they arrive raw. The cats didn't bother us at all but there are a few. my main issue was the weather: it isnt a mist its fog, it didnt clear by 11 in the morning either. out of seven days we had one day of sunshine. the sun either broke though early and left again by 3 or arrived at around two or three. The beach was amazing, a short walk away but a great way to spend time. The entertainment team deserve more credit then they get they were amazing. Please note - tipping is not a must! i refused to tip until the end of the week depending on service. everyday a table was saved for us at the buffet, the cleaner always left enough of everything and the bar staff always had a drink ready for us; this was without a tip. had we have not met an amazing irish family our holiday would have been very different, a holiday is what you make it and for the price it was a good one.More

hayley t, Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom


The hotel is as it says like a village. It is absolutely massive. There are about 6 different restaurants; Moroccan, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Steakhouse and a seafood restaurant. Also there is the main dinner where people (usually who have gone all inclusive) can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food hall is...massive. There is a lot of variety in what you can eat. There are three pools. The main pool guessed it...massive! There are also loads of activities around the main pool. And tons of sunbeds around each pool. There are various games to participate in. There is mini golf, tennis, basketball etc. The staff were absolutely lovely, so nice and polite. The evening entertainment was good as well. Would certainly recommend. More


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Caribbean Village Agador
Rated: 3.5 /5 based on 1528 customer reviews
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