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


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.

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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1 bedroom family room with balcony or terrace

These Morrocan-style 1-bedroom family rooms, come with a balcony for that bit of extra space. They come with a twin bedroom, bunkbed, and an extra bed. There's also satellite TV.

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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A fantastic budget hotel. really pleasantly surprised.

I booked to go to the Agadur only about a fortnight before i flew, and only booked it, as it was cheap!, and all inclusive. Had read some previous reviews, and was slightly nervous. It was Brilliant.!! ( taking into account i paid £328, including a single supplement.). Arrived at about 3.00pm on the Thursday. Efficiently but friendly sign in, all explained, and shown to my room, Bedrooms. I was in one of the furthest block from the main pool( requested.) Large, clean, very clean, airy. Compfortable beds, great shower room, separate toilet and bidet, coffee table and chairs, balcony with chairs. Clean towels every day, room cleaned every day. Colour tv. More than adequate, seeing that i only slept in it. If you wanted a tea/coffee tray, you could hire one, ditto safe. No need for air conditioning. Could be a bit more modern, but that would slightly spoil it. Main Reception and Lounge. Fantastic. Compfy sofas and chairs, smoking and non smoking areas. Pool table. No tv. ( thank god). Had to go to the bar to get drinks for the first couple of days, then the barmen started recognising me, and brought drinks across. Good atmosphere. Swimming Pools. ( 4). Spent most of my time round the main pool. Clean, not too cold, loads of CLEAN tables and chairs. Always some background music, 2 bars, one for soft drinks one for booze. Not much of a wait for service either. Great staff. Ambled into the other pools, and they were a lot quieter. More than enough sun beds. Food. One main restaurant, and 5 speciality ones, where you can pre book. About the only thing that wasnt very good. Certainly edible, but nothing to say "Wow". All in all. Fantastic value, great, friendly staff,( who all speak at least 3 languages.!! ), very, very clean. I went as a single guest, am just turned 60, and am in catering management. Going back in March. It is a very good budget holiday.More

149hamish, Bath, United Kingdom

Cheap, yes! Cheerful, no! You Only Get What You Pay For!

We knew we hadn't signed up for any luxury when we booked this all inclusive resort (it was only £80 for x3 nights!)... but, contrary to most of the other reviews here (which baffle me!), all I can say is that it took awfulness to another level! We arrived at lunchtime & decided to grab a bite to eat before exploring the resort, but when I went to dry my hands I found the towels were so grubby I daren't use them! It wasn't that they hadn't been cleaned, just looked like they'd been washed in dirty water or maybe just over-used to within an inch of their life! We requested cleaner/newer towels at reception & they were quickly replaced, but with much the same. I'm afraid the towels were a reflection on the general state of the rest of the resort... functional but very tired. The same could be said of the bedrooms which were very dated with some faux-Moroccan tiling, scuffed paintwork & dusty curtains, and when we pulled back the bedspread, I'm sorry to say there was a stale smell emanating from the sheets. Again, it's not that they hadn't been laundered, but they just weren't clean & there was a definite smell that kept me awake & had me tossing & turning in the night. I'd hazard a guess it must've been years of stale sweat from previous occupants? Urgh, right?! Outside and around the resort, the swimming pools were clean enough (one very busy with animation activities, the other much quieter & less frantic), but there was lots of exposed, unfinished brickwork repairs which made it look tatty, tables & chairs were sticky with old alcohol stains, plastic covers on the sun loungers hadn't been cleaned for what looked (and felt) like ages, cups & plastic glasses seemed overly "cloudy"... there was just a general state of grubbiness & it was really off-putting. The only thing to do was drink as much of the free vino as possible in an effort to block it all out!!! Oh yes, the free wine was good! And the little shops in the main courtyard were great (we made friends with a few of the guys selling the traditional pottery, lanterns & jewellery); I must give a really big shout out to ALL the wonderful staff & hotel people we met whilst there... the Moroccan people are among the friendliest I've ever met. But the Agador Caribbean Village is old now & in need of some major care & attention. You can see shades of what it must have been like when it first opened... parts of it are quite Spanishy with dark wood against whitewashed buildings, but the newer parts with their dodgy chrome & red/purple decor & cracked fake leather seats & glaring bright lights, are just awful! It's in a great location with the beach & great restaurants (to make up for the resort rubbish) just across the road, but whoever owns this place needs a reality check to bring it up to speed with the other hotels in the area, most of which are amazing & all lining the beach nearby. Sorry to be so scathing, but it was so bad we actually moved out after our second night. Cheap, yes! Cheerful, no! We left feeling dirty & in need of a good scrub. I'm afraid I wouldn't go near this place again... book at your peril! More

TraceTravels, York, United Kingdom

Amazing time

Second Visit 1st time alone, absolutely loved it. I was well looked after by all the staff who showed the greatest respect for the France tragedy, kept us all safe in hotel we had triple security and good advice on where was safe etc. Room cleaned daily food although repetitive you could get a salad a bowl of chips or a spag bol there was always fish and chicken and at breakfast there were fresh croissants, pancakes fresh donuts and of course the omelet chef boiled fried scrambled or just simple cereal. if you want to pay - O'pelos on the seafront has a good one 3 course meal (steak)including cocktails wine and liquor coffees (to knock you off your feet)was only costing about £15 each. Im going back next year 28-32 degrees - colder on an evening - Perfect- Its a budget hotel it has lots of stairs its an all year round destination, If you want 4 - 5 star go down the road if you want friendly happy staff who will do their upmost to keep you happy then come hereMore

phebe123, Leeds, United Kingdom

Excellent value

2nd time at this hotel and can't fault the value yes the rooms are a little dated but cleaned daily as is all the hotel The food was good with a choice of restaurants providing you book in advance if not it's the buffet which I cant comment on as never ate in the evening the entertainment team work tirelessly and try to get everybody involved without being pushy I'm returning for my 3rd visit in February and can't waitMore

Lee S, Chesterfield, United Kingdom

Good value break

Booked this as a last minute getaway for some winter sun with my partner and we weren't disappointed. The hotel is actually one of three that all share the same amenities, though it didn't feel crowded at the time of our visit in early November. There was entertainment laid on during the day by the main pool and nights if that's your thing, but we escaped to one of the other quieter pools or better still to the Hotels fenced in area on the beach which kept us supplied with drinks and sun loungers. As you'd expect, there are street vendors but they respect the boundary and aren't particularly pushy as you pass them. The rooms aren't bad, all the rooms have twinned beds simply pushed together so care should be taken if you are to indulge in matters carnal. You pay for extras, such as kettles, hairdryers and the safe for valuables but we locked stuff into our cases and did without the rest. The food was great with a large selection to choose from to suit most tastes. The staff were very friendly and deserve a tip. We only got to try one of the themed restaurants, the Fish one, due to forgetting to book them. It was a fixed menu and nothing to write home about. We were told the others also had mixed results with the Moroccan and Chinese being the stand out ones. There's Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby and by the pool, though we never managed to log onto the latter. Did manage to get it in the room on occasion but it wasn't important and the break from constant anti-social media was actually rather pleasant. No real complaints about this place considering how much we paid.More

Sean502, Manchester, United Kingdom

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