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 1127 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.
Family room sleeps up to 4 adults or 2 adults and 3 children, with twin beds, 2 single beds or bunkbeds for children and a single sofa-bed. 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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We stayed at the Club Agador for ten days from the end of March to beginning of April.
I would say that all things considered the hotel is 3* - it is by no means a disaster zone, but we've been to similar places for the price and enjoyed much better facilities. If you're looking for a good base in Agadir to go exploring with the safety of knowing that you'll have AI facilities back at base and you aren't too fussy about high quality then this should suit you absolutely fine. If you want to feel a little bit more luxurious, then I'd go elsewhere. I personally wouldn't recommend this hotel, but if someone was going, I wouldn't put them off either! Good points: - For an AI hotel, the 'Village' feel is quite nice. The six a la carte restaurants mean you can mix up your evening meals instead of going to the buffet each night. - Five pools mean that you can swim peacefully or mess around if you want to. Lots of sunbeds. - Short walk from the beach (very close indeed to the lower end of the hotel, quite a bit further to the top end!). The souk, marina and bird sanctuary are all an easy walk away. - Reasonable food - five or six meat options a night, with staple 'English' food the same every night (spaghetti bolognese or chips). It was always hot, and the fish option was usually really tasty. - Outdoor areas kept clean and tidy. Bad points: - SECURITY - the one key point that might put people off is that one day we returned to our room to find the maid had left our balcony doors open (definitely not us, as I remember closing the doors very carefully that morning). Our room was on the first floor, and a window with a wide ledge underneath would have made it very easy to access. - Drinks - there are no menus for drinks available under AI, and only one cocktail that the bartenders know, so if you want something else you have to list the ingredients. - Tidiness/orderliness - We're not the kind of people who usually fuss about these things, but Agador is definitely showing its age. Cracked plaster, loo roll holders falling off the walls etc.More
LucyR8, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Basic but comfortable
Spent a week at the Caribbean Village last November. The room was comfortable and very clean, but a bit cold at night. Food was good, especially in the selection of themed restaurants. Although the shops in the hotel complex are pricier than around town (be ready to haggle, aim to settle around 15% of the starting price), it's also a lot safer -pickpockets are rife - if going into town, try to get a group together as there is safety in numbers. Like many hotels, it. Has a private area on the beach; if possible take a lounger away from the perimeter rope to avoid being pestered by wandering traders, but it's safe to leave your stuff there if you want to swim or take a stroll as there are staff there during the day manning a small bar and for security.More
ForbesLopez, Llandrindod Wells, United Kingdom
Dissapointed with rooms
We booked a family room with garden view thru lastminute.com.when we arrived we were allocated to room overlooking the street. We asked for a different room and they were nice enough to give us different option.unfortunetly the next day we noticed that we have ants bites as there was a lot of them in every corner of the room. Family room is a one room with one double and one single room so we decided that we will look for another hotel mainly because of the room and lack of privacy as we were sharing small space with teenage daughter. Otherwise the hotel have lots of amities. Two pools mini golf tennis etc. you don't have to even leave the resort as there are little shops with souvenirs and resident camel the Chocolate. Overall if you not that fused about rooms this place will be for you. More
Very very good value
Went to the Carabbean Village in mid April for 1 week. The holiday cost about 2,200 for 5 of us and for that price you would be pushed to find a better deal. The 2 roomed apartment was as previous reviews have stated, dated but were kept very clean by the maid. The food was what you would expect for the price, there could be queues at busy periods but if you get yourself sorted with where to go to get items it is not a hassel, as others have said the omelette man is good. There were several themed restaurants (all set courses) the pizza and steak were ok but nothing special but the Moroccan restaurant is well worth a visit. The animation team are what made the holiday for us doing a great job keeping everyone entertained. My kids all want to back and as we do go quite a few holidays this says something about this place and we will be going back. Best advise I could give anyone is tip little and often and you will receive very good service. Also the hotel has a private area on the beach a couple of mins away from the hotel, well worth a visit as it is a really great beach.More
DavesV0rd, Melaka, Malaysia
Average don't speak English well!!!
Arrived late Thursday a week ago and within 5 minutes was offered weed and nearly pick pocketed. Check in process lengthy. English is bad was given wrong room at hotel(also had no towels or toilet paper)changed after a day then had original room made keep Harassing us for towels from original room she kept coming back had to complain to rep(hateem he vas very good). Food repetitive and basic- a small tip goes along way £1 a day and they will lay table bring drink etc no tips and u have to do yourself. Hotel itself ok lots of pools.shops in hotel about 3 times price of local shops so get out and about! Overall a disappointment vs Tunisia( stayed twice before) More
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