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, each with its own cocktail bar.

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  • 4Floors
  • 343Rooms
  • 2Lifts
  • Buildings: 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 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.

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All are included except where indicated.

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Beauty salon*

Offering treatments such as manicures, pedicures, body wraps and hydro massages.

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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.

twin room

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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nice hotel / complex

This is a very nice hotel complex with all sorts of things going on tennis courts /crazy golf / gym /sauna /turkish baths / the list is endless and the animation team where fantastic for the kids what i liked most of all was when the kids where doing dances such as the conga they where lead by one of the staff and another member was a couple of kids back and so on so when the kids went out of view you knew that they would not come to any harm they also had a childrens play area and that had a guard on the gate now i come to the moaning part the restaurant or should i call it the canteen its the only hotel where you had plastic tea and desert spoons and plastic side plates the meals where plentiful and people had mounds of food on the plates but it wasn't to my liking so i lived on pasta and some sort of bolognese without proper meat i think it might have been soya meat yuk and not to forget chips i life safer all in all not a bad holiday apart from the food and the canteenMore

alsilverfox, merseyside england

Just returned from carribean village

Just returned from the carribean village hotel agador, had a fantastic holiday there not a large variety of food but always something to eat,good bar service from friendly staff good pool but sun beds a bit thin on the ground lol. Friendly hotel helpfull staff all round,would defo return here *****More

ianm481, Atherton, United Kingdom

Where do I start ..............................

On arriving at the hotel we were informed we must pay a local tax ! and that our room was not ready for another 2 hours, when I stated I was not happy we were offered a room straight away. On first impressions the hotel looked nice . Then the problems began we went to the restaurant to get some lunch, here is where the problems began, my little boy suffers a severe nut allergy , when we booked love holidays informed us that the hotel would cater for him. How wrong could they be we were informed that all he could eat was chips and rice and nothing else. After the second day the D&V started which was obviously down to the food and numerous people who I spoke to had this. We then decided to start eating out which when you book a all inclusive is not what you expect to do. We found it difficult in the hotel to get plates and cutlery and the hotel was so busy it springs to mind that the left arm does not know what the right arm is doing. There is a lot of rude people at this hotel which makes the whole been on holiday experience not a good one. Had it not been for the people we met whilst there it would have been a very long ten days. The toilets near the pool were diabolical with excrement smeared up the walls , no toilet paper etc. The entertainment is in French which is no good for English people as we couldnt understand a word. I really do not think that we would visit this hotel again, all in all a very poor service.More

Sarah K, Lee, United Kingdom

5-12 July 2014

Firstly the drop off/pick up point for this hotel is about 50 m from the hotel entrance. Reception. Dark and dismal very slow check in due to form filling in and taking the daily taxes. At other times very quick and helpful. Room 3206. Small with just enough storage for a week. Beds were hard but surprisingly comfy. Room facilities tv with 1 English channel.Very good shower loads of hot water.Separate wc. Small but adequate patio area with a table and 2 chairs. As for noise after midnight was total silence. Rooms are cleaned daily and towels changed as necessary/daily if required. Aisha the maid is very friendly and always had a smile on her face. The room seriously lacked 2 things. A fridge and air con. Bars. Lounge bar was dark and cool with plenty of tables and chairs. We found the bar staff friendly and efficient. However measures of spirits seemed a bit small. Pool bar. Very busy at times. Friendly quick staff. Small tips are greatly appreciated, larger personal tips get you noticed a little quicker. Food. Lots of average/poor reviews so we weren't expecting high class cuisine. Breakfast was not very good for choice, good fried eggs, omelettes and croissants. Lunch and dinner 5 or 6 salads every day a good choice of meat and fish dishes plenty of veg, rice, pasts and chips. The tagines are particularly good.. Beer on tap on request, everything else is help yourself. Tables are sometimes hard to find at busy periods, just ask one of the dining room staff and they will clear a table for you. Knives and forks seem to be you own responsibility which we found a little odd. Once again a small tip is very much appreciated.10 dh or 80p ish. Specialty Restaurants. Asia awful give it a miss. Medina the opposite we thought this was the best food of the holiday and wish we'd eaten here on more than 1 occasion. Main pool has 2 sections a stand up depth and a separate deeper ares. Cleaned daily. Sun loungers were being snapped up at 6.30 am so be prepared to get up early. However when Mohammed the pool guy starts at 7.30 towels are removed if the sun loungers are unoccupied. So be prepared to explain that the sun loungers were free when you got them. A big plus was the mattresses, very comfy. Didn't use the fitness room or partake of the entertainments so can't comment. Salammbo the attached club was worth a visit good music, good atmos, good mix of holiday makers and locals. A bit expensive for drinks though. Overall a good holiday. Every member of staff we came into contact with was very nice.More

pedrito65, liverpool [the beatles]

Some helpful advice

- The surrounding area outside the hotel has little to offer. A few restaurants scattered around, some stalls and shops. If you venture outside the hotel you will be hounded by taxi drivers, shop keepers, restaurant owners, street beggars etc. who desperately want your money. You can not have a relaxing walk anywhere in Agadir without being hounded. -Tipping is a way of life in Morocco; take this into account when considering how much spending money to take with you. Regardless of how big or small the service is - a tip is expected. - Agree a price before you get into a taxi. - When local people offer to show you where a shop or something is say, "No thank you." They will expect money for their 'service.' - If you buy any leather whilst in Morocco, ask the shop keeper to put a lighter onto the leather to prove it's real leather - a lot of fake leather is sold at real leather price! - Whilst shopping, never pay more than 40% of the price. Haggle, Haggle, Haggle! They will eventually give in! - You will be offered drugs whilst on the beach or outside the hotel. - When you go to the beach stay in the area specifically for the Caribbean Village guests, we went a few meters away from this spot and my bag was stolen. This is a regular occurrence on the beach, don't take valuables with you. - Take hand sanitizer with you everywhere you go. - Pharmacies only sell painkillers, you can't get them anywhere else- best to bring some with you. - Sunbeds are all gone by 7AM, get up early to reserve a sunbed! - It's probably best to leave your taste-buds at home. The food tends to be repetitive, although you will always find something to eat! - Morocco has westernised to a certain extent. It's okay to wear shorts and a top just as long as it still looks respectful and doesn't show too much skin.More

Sid N, London, United Kingdom

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