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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Based On 1498 reviews

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  • 15Buildings
  • 4Floors
  • 343Rooms
  • 2Lifts

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

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.

Drink

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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Great Holiday, excellent for a 3 star resort

This is a great hotel. Excellent value for money. The hotel is very clean and the rooms were clean and a good size. No issues at all. The hotel staff are very helpful and work very hard to accommodate your needs. The pool is a good size and the animation staff work hard to help people enjoy their holiday. Nice relaxed atmosphere. The food was good and had a variety to cater for everyone. Excellent for 3 Star. I fell in love with Chocolate the hotel camel, he/she is very sweet and very clean!. Would definitely recommend this hotel and would like to return one day. We travelled before July 14 but no other selection available. We travelled with Thomson Holidays, as usual.More

Janet C, Surrey, United Kingdom

Great location, brilliant for a 3 star resort

We really enjoyed our stay of one week in June, and cant really understand the negative reviews I read before booking. Yes the rooms are a bit dated but our twin room had everything we needed and was kept clean on a daily basis. The main dining buffet area had a good selection of food with lots of salads which we love, plenty of fresh cooked vege, meat and fish choices, pasta and chips and a different freshly cooked choice every lunch and dinner. Breakfast was more a continental choice with fresh fruit and no big English fry ups on offer, which we were happy about. Omelettes and eggs on demand if wanted. There were also four other themed restaurants on offer which you had to book for . We really enjoyed the Moroccan meal but thought the fish was pretty average. We did not try the others as we were more than happy with the food offered in the buffet. The hotel is set in lovely gardens which the staff are maintaining every day. All of the public areas were cleaned every day and the staff happy to help with anything. The animation team worked tirelessly keeping the kids entertained and involving anyone who wanted to take part in various activities. They also did shows in the evening but we didn't go so I cant comment on them. Overall we had a great holiday and would return here again. We think it is worth more than a 3 star ratingMore

CathyM35, Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom

Good value for money

We really enjoyed our stay of one week in June. It was a very relaxed holiday, the staff were lovely and after tipping them they catered for your every need. The place was spotless and the food was lovely. My only complaint of the whole week was that there are no diet drinks on the all inclusive deal, I know not a great problem you may say, however I am diabetic so it was a problem, ended up having to buy coke zero from the shop which then obviously went warm pretty quick and tastes like full fat coke. Other than that though all was fine.More

DawnMKopite, Wirral, United Kingdom

Good value, helpful staff, cheap, hot, enjoyable over all.

My friend and I stayed at the Caribbean Village in Agador from 13 to 20 June and it cost us under 400 quid each including airport transfers by taxi, from Alpha rooms. After reading some reports on TA I wasn't expecting much, but it was a nice surprise. There are ATMs at the airport, so no need to take Dirhams with you. Check-in was slow. Seems like only 1 guy wants to have responsibility for checking everyone in! I had booked 2 rooms for myself and my friend. The guy said it was only 1 room. I had to stand my ground and say it was 2. Eventually he relented and gave us 2 rooms, and our AI bands. The hotel should have more people checking guests in for goodness sake! The first room was above and faced the 'quiet pool' (3202) and smelled of smoke. I have no idea why they don't have smoking and non-smoking rooms, or just make them all non-smoking and tell people to smoke on their patio. The other room wasn't so bad and faced the side. Both rooms were clean and were kept clean all holiday by us and the maids. Towels were clean and thick. There was shower gel/shampoo/conditioner in the shower, but I didn't use it except to wash my bikini bottoms. My friend’s room had an air con unit. Mine didn’t, I don’t know why. We didn’t need it. Restaurants: Main restaurant food was good. Omelettes, bread, croissants etc in the morning, decent lunch and dinner. Plenty of salads and veg. Soft drinks at breakfast and wine at lunch and dinner. The restaurant staff were all happy and smiling. The wine guy was happiest of all. Perhaps they should put him on reception?! The Animation team worked tirelessly to keep guests interested; ping pong, tennis, volleyball, water polo, yoga, Agadir dance round the pool, games and kids' club. Every evening they put on activities for the kids, next to the bar. Games like musical chairs and dancing etc. One night the animation entertainment was so loud you couldn't make yourself heard at the bar. It was seriously loud! The next morning we heard people discussing this and saying there had been loads of complaints and that the specific guy wouldn't be allowed to do it again. The music always stopped at 10:30 or 11pm, so wasn't an issue. Good wifi around the pool. don't connect to 'wifi piscine', sonnect to 'wifi', for good reception. Whilst there we used the Steakhouse restaurant and the Moroccan one. We got a set menu, all very tasty, no complaints there. It aint Michelin star, but it's okay. If we were not too hungry at 12:30 we waited until 2pm and went to the snack bar for a burger or tuna sandwich and salad. The staff there were very cheerful and helpful. Down by the ‘big pool’ there was a guy who got sunbeds and an umbrella for us. We tipped him 10 Dirham a few days. We tipped various staff 10 to 20 Dirham some days, but not all days. We tried to be fair and tip for good service. I don’t mind this at all. Think about when you go to the USA and a 20% tip is always expected, and you’re given a dirty look if you don’t tip high. Drinks at the bar were Pastis (Pernod), vodka, Bacardi, wines, beers and soft drinks which is acceptable. They stopped service for about 30 minutes during Ramadan so the staff could eat, but they didn't advertise when this would be! So it was completely random and slightly annoying. A couple who had been coming to the hotel for 15 years said there were only about 500 guests there and it could accommodate 2000. I wouldn't want to be there as one of 2000 guests as it would be pretty crowded. We saw about 10 cats and kittens whilst there, and they were not any problem. Not 'overrun' in my opinion. There are shops in the village complex and stalls. I bought a white, cotton top and my friend bought 2 items. The owner started at 300 Dirham each, but we'd seen the top in a shop near the marina for 130, so we said "100 each as we're buying 3 things?" and he eventually agreed. The other things we bought were Argan Oil cream and some Ras el hanout which is used in tagines; £6 for a bag about the size of my fist, about 500g. it’s £2 for 35g at Tesco! We used the private beach a couple of times but it was quite windy there. Again, there's a guy who will dust the sand off beds for you. If you go to the beach, across the road, there is a roadside shop which sells razors, sunscreen, diet coke (10 Dirham/60p), water (5 Dirham/30p), sweets and crisps, and they are very friendly. The shop in the hotel was a bit more expensive (400 dirham for a large tube of Pringles), but they’re convenient. You can get an iron or room fan at the beach towel building. No idea what or if they charge for these. A towel is 100 dirhum, which is returned when you return the towel. It's strangely only open for a couple of hours from 3pm. We got a taxi to Taghazout (pronounced Tarazoot) one day which cost 150 Dirham (£10) for the 20k (12 mile) each way. The taxi drives right into the village and you have to walk back to the beach (about half a mile) and then walk back to the taxi rank when you want to go home. We did see a bus to Agadir, so I guess you can get that if you can find a bus stop. The orange taxis can't take you there, as they are only for Agadir town. You need a 'big' taxi; usually an old Merc or whatever, from the stand about 50 yards down from the hotel. They have a tariff card, so you know it's a set price. They are building a massive golf resort in Taghazout, so in a few years it'll be a LOT busier there. We walked down the Promenade a couple of evenings. The first time we went all the way to the marina and all the shops were open and there were loads of people enjoying the evening. The second time was the second day of Ramadan and all the shops where all closed. Some restaurants were still open and trying to get people in. We just showed our AI bands and said, "Sorry, we're all inclusive and have eaten". They were not pushy and took this well. I noticed that a glass of Moroccan wine was 300 dirhams (about £1.80), so very reasonable. One thing to be aware of is that when you return home you need to scan your luggage at the front door of Agadir airport, not inside. You don't have to take out your liquids etc. A bit different to most places. Monarch (who we flew with) had only 1 desk open, so check in took ages (even though we had already booked our seats online, there was no online check-in or scanners, so we had to queue). Easyjet had 5 or 6 desks open, so they had no queue and one of their guys even jumped on to a Monarch desk to help out! I've never been impressed with Monarch, but they're cheap and they fly from Manchester, so that's life. Food and water at Agadir airport is extortionate! A small bottle of water was about 2 quid! One woman bought a sandwich and a drink and was told it was 200 dhiram (£12). She was really shocked and had to use her credit card to pay for it instead of the last of her Dirhams. No Boots the Chemist meal deals here! All in all, a massive site with loads to do, helpful and friendly staff, and excellent value for week of guaranteed sun. I’d go back, but not in high season. I'd rate this hotel as 3 star. If you want 4 or 5 star then book the Riu down the road, but it would have been 700 quid and not 380.More

michrich, Staffordshire, England

avoid at all cost

we had worst holidays ever in this resort. very very very slippery surfaces throughout whole hotel, I've slipped three times :/ I'm very lucky I haven't fractured any limbs! Lobby and main restaurant are literally like ice rinks! Food - below average. Edible but, you'd be better off eating outside the hotel. Rooms - air con didnt work, heater didn't work. We originally were placed on the ground floor where patio doors didn't close at all :/ no safes in the rooms to stowaway precious items. 4m deep pool in a family resort with no life guard? hmm... quite close to the beach, on the beach there is a hut with drinks and snacks from the hotel. i really cant say anything positive about this place :/More

samski84, Rugby, United Kingdom

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Caribbean Village Agador
Rated: 3.5 /5 based on 1498 customer reviews
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