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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  • 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.

International buffet restaurant

Tuck into the delicious buffet spread, with dishes from around the world making an appearance. Please be aware that gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers at mealtimes.

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twin room with balcony or terrace

These Morrocan-style twin rooms, come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. There's also satellite TV. These rooms sleep 4, with a bunkbed included.

twin room with balcony or terrace

These Morrocan-style twin rooms, come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. There's also satellite TV.

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enjoyable

its a wonderful hotel everything is there for all ages 6 swimming pools animation team excellent rooms kept well and fresh towels, food nice and the orangeterry coffee is lovley, six different themed restaurants really tasteyMore

nana0191, 190832

Lovely holiday

This is a good hotel, but a tad dated, however it is clean and tidy and the staff are very friendly and courteous. The Thompson rep on site is pretty much useless, he fails to turn up to his allocated time slots and is not very helpful if you do catch him. I complained to First Choice, but just got a bog standard reply saying nothing really. On the plus side there is a 24/7 Text/phone number for your information.More

Harley373, 1544636

Would Recommend for a winter break

Visited this place 11 years back for the New Year, and only got to return for this New year , Its Just as good as we remembered it, We had great weather then as it was this time ,perfect for sun worshippers, as you could sit in it all day, I saw some of the best tans ever, and this time we had a section roped off on the beach for our hotel, Great all inclusive package, great value, We had a big room with balcony , cleaned every day, the food in the main restaurant was wonderful, always something special on every lunch and evening , and every morning a big breakfast , the chef making the best omelets, , could not fault the food ,even if your picky there was plenty of choice, the red and white wine a bit rough, but the rosy, spot on, beer ok and spirits fine, ,easy enough to get served pleasant staff on the bars (one or two a bit grumpy as was the chap on reception) , but overall 95 % of the staff are very friendly and willing to work, , the pools and grounds are immaculate , its quite a big complex, our young lad enjoyed the animation team ,who worked all day looking after everybody, well done , it was a great holiday, they all so have themed restaurants that you could book each evening for waiter service we went in the steak /fish restaurant, the Moroccan , the Chinese and Japanese, liked the Moroccan best, i think ill stick to the main restaurant next time, , Got a few shops on site , but they need haggling with, as it is if you venture outside most ask 10 times what they will eventually settle for , One big tip , buy a phone card for 50 Durham (5 euro, it will give you 90 mins call time to England, landlines or mobile , , virgin wanted £4 per minute to use my mobile over there , they sell them t the little supermarket on site, all ready thinking of booking for this new year, More

LeeDarwenLancs,

Visit Morocco

Hotel was basic but nice. Room was ok - no a/c though. We were first floor so could leave balcony door open for air at night. Staff all friendly and helpful. I'm not a night-time entertainment person - certainly not the kind they had here. It was loud. Food was good - lots of choice every meal. Some food lacked spice but it was full of flavour. There were also themed restaurants which were average. Moroccan was good. Italian disappointing. I liked the range of shops at the hotel and that the staff weren't too push. Choice of pools - I settled at the Orangerie one which was quieter with no children (school teacher on holiday!). Lots of activity at the main pool if you wanted it.More

Jolies_Jandals, 780820

Go Visit Morocco

Basic Hotel rooms but more than adequate. Genuine and Very Friendly staff, most customer facing staff able to speak good English, (Arabic & French as Second language). Staff appreciate the odd word in Arabic and are quite happy to teach you. Typical AI set up in the main buffet restaurant, plenty of choice at every meal, good fresh food including lots of variation ranging from lots of lovely salads, local Tagines, chips, pasta, curry, roast chicken, pork, beef , gravy and always fresh vegetables. Nice proper French Bread, croissants, pancakes, omelettes, hard boiled eggs, yogurt and cereals for breakfast. Al-a-cart restaurants very easy to book via the dedicated face to face booking system. Our Fav's were Morocco & Japanese others were very average but still enjoyable, all with excellent service throughout, the Hotel obviously and clearly recruits the right people and trains them well, despite this the staff remain very very genuine and friendly regardless of the role they carry out within the organisation. I did tip those who I felt had gone above and beyond , which was suprisingly regularly (I don't normally tip), I found that any recipient of 10 Dirham (80p) coin were very appreciative and genuine. I did not tip to promote good service I tipped when I got genuine good service with out expectation of a tip. Change shop at the Hotel is spot on the rates they give you are always very good. Good tip if you are going to buy anything be prepared to barter hard, typically aim to pay about 25% of the first price quoted and always barter and pay in Dirham (approx. 14.5 Dirham to a pound Dec 2015). Got to give a big thank you to the lobby bar staff HI-YA and his comrades always made us all feel really welcome. Wi-fi is a bit patchy throughout the resort , for the best most reliable signal head to reception desk. 1.5L of Bottled water provided at reception desk between 7pm & 10pm every evening (little strange) water dispensers located at every bar throughout the hotel which can be used to top up if required. Top Tip #1 for a free excursion with low stress, visit the Valley of the birds (Vallie de Oiseau), opens approx. 11am, located an easy 10 min walk from the hotel, down the main road toward the Kasbar end of the tourist area. Entry is free, can buy Popcorn at the shop right outside the entrance for 2 Dirham a bag (Salted or plain) you cat eat a bit and feed a bit to the animals, bring a couple of 10 Dirham coins and let the kids have a ride on the Morocco Roundabout!!! and the sweet stall located in the play area! Top Tip #2 Visit "Ice Legend" ice cream bar (Located next to McDonalds on the promenade, slightly set back) has a huge choice of unusual and very scrummy flavours, 3 scoops in Waffle cone for 20 Dir (Less than £1.50) staff very friendly. Top Tip #3 Panini and Crepes sold at the Hotel stall outside the main restaurant are excellent and very reasonably priced - We took some Paninis (15 Dirham each) with us to the airport for eating before the return back to Blighty (a lot cheaper than airport food). whilst on about the airport security at the airport was very apparent and re-assuring. Surf school located on the beach near the Hotel section of the beach was excellent, (negotiate hard for a good deal - typical monthly wage is £200 per month!) and well worth a go, my kids were standing up within 15 minutes !!! Top Tip #4 a word to the wise -get a safe key from reception at check in, cost £15 per week !, we saw looky looky men, in the tourist areas, selling smart phones in the street, which were quite obviously stolen, don't let them have an opportunity to be selling your phones and pads etc. !! Got to say a really big Hi to Hassan and Rashid in the clothes shop located near the lobby, you really made my kids holiday.(Mini boss & big boss say Hi) Summing up: the star rating for the hotel is fair, staff and service exceed the star rating, food is typical AI with a good variety and quality.More

895PeterS895, 503858

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