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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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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Good family resort

This resort is ideal if you have children or young people in your group. For the older age group a challenging place to go. There are lots of steps everywhere. I will add that there are ramps and alternative routes but they arn't all that well signposted. That is true for the whole site, lots of maps displayed, but they can be a bit confusing. The family entertainment goes on all the time around the largest of the pools, best avoided if you are looking for peace and quiet, but in other areas of the complex there are peaceful areas and shady seats. The best place to chill out is the large tent. Its a cool shaded area all day long with large cushioned settees to flop onto when it gets too hot or noisy. Around 5pm there's mint tea and biscuits handed out to everyone(very popular). As others have said the food is plentiful and varied. There are good standby foods of pasta at every meal, It can be a bit of a crush at times, but if you can wait it's a bit slower later. The food quality is just as good later. Try out the specialty restaurants, but book early to make sure of your place. The beach is a short walk away, across a busy main road, but once there the beach is huge! A long sandy beach, that's clean and tidy. The tide goes out a long way, and comes back in quickly. As far as swimming in the sea, only for adults as the waves are big and strong (remember it the Atlantic), great fun in the waves for body surfing. Long wide promenade for easy walking. Great for those looking for a family break, dont go looking for peace and quiet.More

taffma2, Coventry, UK

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Overall the hotel was okay, although I'm not happy with the price Thomson charged for it, as we could have gone to much better hotels for the same price. We had an okay holiday- but it was mostly because we made it fun for ourselves; exploring, beach, quad biking, horse riding etc. The hotel acted as an okay base. The hotel is quite worn and shabby, the rooms very basic. There is no air con so bare this in mind. Our room view was of a busy road (lovely) and on the top floor with no lift. The door also didn't seem secure and the maid kept not locking it. The resort allows smoking everywhere so constantly smells of cigarettes which isn't pleasant. I have no problem if people want to smoke but having designated smoking areas instead would have been nice. The food was poor. The bar was poor and we could never get served over aggressive Germans. The entertainment was shockingly bad. We went to bed early most nights as there was nothing to do. It was also very loud which was annoying. After speaking to a few locals it is known that Caribbean village is a rubbish hotel. I would say if you really want to go to Agadir to stay in one of the three Riu resorts which all looked stunning.More

Emily B, Barnsley, England, United Kingdom

I would go back to Agadir but not to this hotel

General hotel - Stayed here for 14 days with my partner. It is a nice hotel with quite large grounds and a number of really pools so it's not too difficult to find sunbeds if you put towels down before breakfast about 8:30 (although maybe we went as they were just coming out of the busy season). The hotel also owns a private section on the beach which was nice but it seemed as though all the hotels had one so it's nothing exclusive. Having said that I would describe the hotel as really lacking in certain areas. Even though they provide all of the services you would expect they are basic. We have been to other all-inclusive hotels for a similar / lesser price and this was by far the worst value. From speaking to tourists from other hotels I would put this down to a hotel issue as opposed to a Moroccan one. Room - When we first arrived we were let in to our rooms but they hadn't been readied in time. Bathroom fine but rooms extremely basic and worn. Can be forgiven slightly because you only really use them for sleeping in. Food - Awful, monotonous, bland and little choice. Not really fussy eaters but couldn't enjoy a meal from day one. Spoke to numerous English tourists in the hotel, all of which agreed. Had to order cutlery the majority of the time so we could eat. Only ate in there because we had paid to. A La Carte restaurants were generally slightly better than the buffet food but still not great. There were 6 but would only say 3 of them were OK. Wouldn't say the food reflected Moroccan cuisine at all because we ate out of our hotel on a number of occasions and the food ranged from good to generally very good. Restaurants outside of the hotel were exceptional. Entertainment - We never really go for the entertainment but again it was monotonous. Almost the same songs / dance routines every night at the main bar by the pool and way too loud. Music stopped 12 at the latest so not too bad again but we felt for the people who had rooms close by. Staff - No complaints. If you tip the right people you will get a much better service. Only slight thing was we received our towels at about 18:30pm every day even though the rooms were generally cleaned at about 10:00am. Maids would come in the room without knocking and one night 3 people came in to our room whilst I was in the shower, my girlfriend went to see what was going on and they just talked amongst themselves for a while in the corridor and then left again without acknowledging her. Would just be nice if they knocked first. They also left our ground floor and accessible back door unlocked a number of times which we wouldn't discover until we got back in the evening.More

Simon A, Sheffield, United Kingdom

You get what you paid for and more

We had a fabulous holiday. It is a three star hotel not the Ritz but for the price you will not get better. The staff were great (of course it helps if you tip them but it always does especially in these countries), food fabulous with a great variety for all palates and lots of activities. The only disappointment was appalling service at reception but ignore that and you'll have a great time. Looking forward to going back soon.More

Chris P,

Not the best

Hotel - Tired. Shabby. Entertainers just try and get you to dance. Loud and the foreigners are all drunk, dancing like idiots. Not amazingly clean/ Location - Okayish, resort centre about 10 / 15 minute walk away - Don't bother going. Men will whistle etc, and if you ignore them, they tell you to **** off!!! And you'll find Russian clubbers, drunk out their faces, dancing provocatively. The beach was a 5 minute stroll away, Food- Didn't enjoy the Moroccan dishes, so the 'specialist' restaurants were not to my taste, me and my friend came out of them hungry each time. The buffet restaurant wasn't the best, it had various dishes to offer, but none to my liking. I'm not fussy, but I just found the smells / look put me off, and when people are greedily hanging around it, it puts me off more. I found that I didn't use my all inclusive much at all, in fact we only visited the lunch buffet once, and that was at the end of the week so we could say we had actually been. When I came home, I scoffed food for days!! Pools - Well what can I say? Colonised by foreigners. You will NOT get a sun lounger. There is a notice stating you cannot be away from loungers for more than 2 hours, but none of staff implemented this rule. The foreign people there were awfully rude.. not that the English are any better at times. Room - We were on a top floor, I didn't mind that, but it was a long flight of stairs! The rooms definitely need upgrading, my door looked unsafe - it had a crack in it, people would be able to look in. The showers were grotty and the beds were very hard. My cleaner was a lovely lady, although she didn't speak very well English at all, she always tried to talk to us and make us feel comfortable. Tip - Definitely tip the cleaners. They really appreciate it, you can tell they get paid so little. Wouldn't go back. Far nicer hotels. I was just on a budget, due to travelling with a friend.More

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