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 1045 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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Stayed at this resort for a week and was surprised at the negatives comments read about it. Staff were so friendly and loveable, very hardworking and ready to help. The resort was lovely and cleaners were out cleaning the grounds daily. The maids were sweet and hard working. Lots of cats around so please bring cat food for them as they are not fed. Was very sad to see starving kittens. The rooms closer to the pool area were hard to sleep in due to the music all night. Requested a room change and we got one inside the hotel area but it was still noisey as arabic music was being blasted near it until about 3 or 4am. The shower was blocked in the new room and overflowed throughout the hotel room but the Maintenance worked efficiently to fix it. Had to pay for the safe in the room, about £16, beach towel, hairdryer must be rented with a deposit. Room towels included. Overall, excellent location, excellent holiday, would return and would reccommendMore
Sasa180, London, United Kingdom
value for money
OK stayed here 28th November 2013 to 5th December 2013 with F/C .Single traveller Arrival was fine coach dropped of 2 min from hotel which was no hardship,took few mins to book in and was then taken to room by a pleasant porter. Room was good size and clean and was cleaned daily by maid,Plenty of hot water and a TV that although seen better days it worked and had bbc1/2 itv for the occasional rainy day.Bed was firm but ok. I was late for lunch on arrival and ate in the snack bar burger and chips washed down with a beer all was good. Dinner was reasonably good though limited variety always hot meat dishes available rice pasta and veg and plenty of salads and desserts . Breakfast was as I would describe as continental croissants , cold processed meat, bread, pancakes, omelette, a bean thing and a warm white sausage ?. Lunch was similar to dinner . Overall the food was very good and you do get what you pay for and it was hot (the stuff that should be hot) and always in plenty, the only area I would moan was the breakfast just a slight lack of hot meat. Drinks well only drank Tea, Beer, wine and water but the tea was good, there were plenty of water stations and you could get a bottle every night to take back to room. Beer was good mainly in bottles and some draught only problem was the silly small glasses they serve it in when in the restaurant .Wine was drinkable. Swimming pools , well there was one heated pool working which was a good size and was a reasonably quiet area. The main pool area didn't seem to be used much by guests, other than seagulls whom it appears get free use of the pools to bath and wash daily - not sure how hygenic that is but the staff didnt seem bothered. Plenty of sunbeds around pools etc. and the private beach area is very nice though no amenities. The entertainment staff are constantly on the go and provide entertainment for many day and night . The grounds are well kept as are the tennis courts etc . Overall I would recommend the hotel. It is value for money and please don't expect the Riu and you will have a great time.More
marky291, London, United Kingdom
A fantastic place
I could not find fault in anything. A fantastic place to stay and so much to do. The animation team are brilliant. Everyone is very polite and friendly. Great place if you like the culture. So much to see and learn More
dawn v, uk
Great Value for Money :-)
Arrived at the Caribbean Village Agador on 18th November for a 2 week stay. I have to say that I was not expecting much after reading the negative reviews but I was pleasantly surprised. I can't believe people have complained about not getting dropped off right outside the hotel - it is less than a minute walk to the entrance! Our room was very basic, but I was expecting this so that was fine. There was also a strange smell in the room but after a while you couldn't smell it anymore - certainly wouldn't let this spoil my holiday! The room was a good size though and we found the beds to be very comfortable. Our room was cleaned everyday to a good standard by our friendly maid. The hotel grounds are lovely and well maintained, very clean. There are 4 pools in total but only one was heated so the others were freezing! We tended to stay around the 'relaxing' pool as this was the heated one and it was away from the noise around the main pool. You can only get soft drinks around this pool but this was fine as we don't drink much in the daytime. There seems to be a lot of people (French I think) who are return visitors here and may spend a few weeks here at a time. We found one of these people very rude and I'm sure she thought she ran the place - If anybody made any noise around the relaxing pool she would sit up and 'shhh' them! She especially seemed to hate it when kids were in this pool! However, the other pools were far too cold for the kids so you couldn't blame them for using this one! The noise didn't bother us one bit! If you want a sunbed in a good position then I'm afraid you do have to join the 7am sunbed hoggers! Some people were claiming a sunbed and parasol and then not even using them which meant that people actually using the pool area had no chance of getting a parasol for shade-quite selfish really! Food - We found the food to be very good for 3 star AI resort. There was plenty on offer and most of it was very nice. The chicken tagine was lovely. It did get a bit samey after a while but we were there for 2 weeks so expected this. We never had a problem getting seated in the canteen but did find it better to go in a little later as it was bedlam earlier on-no fault of the staff, this was more caused by rude and ignorant people who like to barge past you when you have food and drinks in your hands! As for people complaining about not having a knife and fork on their tables - don't be so lazy, there are plenty of cutlery boxes around the canteen, how hard is it to pick some up yourself! We tended to sit in one area every time as the waiter was great and even got drinks for us which was a help to us but not expected-he did this without tipping although we did tip after a few days as he was great and deserved it. We tried all the restaurants except the Fish one. Madame Butterly and Orient Express were ok but nothing special. The Steakhouse was really nice, as was the Pizzeria and the Medina. We never felt rushed in any of the restaurants. Staff - All the staff we encountered were very friendly, helpful and worked very hard. It is true that if you tip in the lobby bar you get upgraded to glass instead of plastic but I personally preferred the plastic as the glasses were too small and made the drinks taste too strong. We didn't have a lot to do with the animation team but we could see that they do a very good kob and work very hard to ensure people have a good holiday. The guy in the drugstore was great fun and a really nice guy. Our rep Hatim was the best rep I have ever encountered-he made time to talk to everyone and was very informative in his welcome meeting-he even gave us a tour of the hotel and showed us how to get to the beach. Whilst we were in Agadir we did 2 trips. We went to Marrakesh with a tour company outside the hotel which was great but a long day. We also went to Paradise Valley waterfalls which were beautiful. We arranged this trip with one of the white mini bus taxi's outside the hotel and it was much cheaper than we expected-we arranged it with a guy called Kamel and he made sure we had a great day - he even made us a tagine in a Berber hut whilst we were swimming. The large walled Souk is definatley worth a visit but be prepared to haggle. We went 3 times and the prices were much much better than the shops and stalls in the hotel. This year we wanted a cheap relaxing holiday as our last 2 holidays (Cuba and Jamaica) cost us a lot more. This is just what we got and for what we paid I cannot fault this hotel (just maybe some of the rude guests who go here!). Lovely weather, lovely people and a great setting. I think some people must set off on their holidays wanting to find fault with things as some of the claims in other reviews are ridiculous!More
Alisonda, York, United Kingdom
BRILLIANT FANTASTIC HOTEL AND PEOPLE
People that say negative things about this hotel are people who expect to pay a couple of hundreds pounds and get the HIlton hotel. NEVER going to happen to sorry to break the news:) This hotel is very clean, the room are very nice and big at the agador, the tamlett one I have visited and there are smaller but often have a nicer view than agador. The people there are lovely friendly and couldn't do enough for you even without tipping they are genuine. Especially Tarek at the shisha bedouin tent, Adhil from the pool bar :) and Iliyas for the animation team, my husband and I had a fantastic holiday thanks to all those people. food yes is very much repetitive but at the end of the day if you are going to spend 14 nights in a cheap all inclusive hotel you do not expect to have a la carte every night. the morrocan and the chinese was very good tagine to die for….. and entertainment was fun and kept us moving at night when yes in november the evening are windy so chilly (hoodie required) but if you dance the sun dance you will be fine. Amazing country amazing people and lovely weather .More
Audrey D, St. Albans, United Kingdom
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