- Showing rooms from hotel
- Flight found
- Caribbean Village Agador, Agadir
At a Glance
Board basis explained
Board basis explained
...means that included in the price are all main meals, most drinks, which tend to be local varieties available during bar opening hours.
...means that breakfast, lunch and evening meals, are included in the price.
...means that your breakfast and evening meal is included in the price. In some cases you can choose to receive lunch instead of breakfast - the hotel will confirm this upon arrival.
...means that breakfast is included in the price.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price, but you will be provided with catering facilities in your accommodation to cook light meals.
...means that no meals or drinks are included in the price.
The Caribbean Village Agador is beautifully situated in Agadir, approximately 25 km from the airport. It is a wonderful restful holiday destination made for relaxation. The Caribbean Village Agador is located 1 km away from the town centre of Agadir. The beach and the promenade which is lined with restaurants and cafes are 350 m away and Agadir port is 2 km from the hotel. There is a Golf Course 7 km away and the airport is approximately 25 km from the property.
Rooms at The Caribbean Village Agador are tastefully decorated and come equipped with amenities to make the stay as comfortable as possible. These include air-conditioning, a minibar, TV and phone. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms.
The Village Agador has a restaurant serving a variety of Moroccan cuisine and guests can enjoy a drink from the bar in the hotel garden or on the terrace.
The hotel offers a fantastic array of facilities to ensure guests' utmost comfort, including 4 swimming pools (including children's sections), a choice of restaurants, a bar, a TV lounge as well as meeting facilities for those on business. There is an entertainment program suited for children and a playground is available for young guests, and activities such as ping pong, tennis or billiards are available for older guests. It is a perfect place for a getaway that will turn dreams into reality.
Local tax to be paid directly to the hotel at €1.80 (19.80 MAD), the charge is per day and per person (over 15 years).
Help with hotel, flight or payment?
Call us now
- Internet access - wireless
- Free WiFi - Public Areas
- Free Wi-Fi
Pool and Wellness
- Spa and wellness centre
- Swimming Pool - Kids
- Number of outdoor pools 4
- Steam room
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Beach/pool umbrellas
- Hair salon
- Arcade Games
- Kids Club
- Billiards or pool table
- Tennis on site
Food & Drink
- Room service
- Number of restaurants 6
- Snack bar/deli
- Coffee in lobby
- Poolside bar
- Coffee shop or café
- Bar / Lounge
- Swim-up bar
- Free breakfast
Services & Shops
- Tour assistance
- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities
- Luggage storage
- Car rental
- Business services
- Beauty services
- Express check-out
- Babysitting (Surcharge)
- Medical assistance available
- Currency exchange
- Express check-in
- Dry cleaning/laundry service
- Caters to families
- Gift shop
- Photocopy machines
- Caters to couples
- Number of floors 4
- Security guard
- Multilingual staff
- Check-in time starts noon
- Total number of rooms 769
- Pets not allowed
- Conference center
- Designated smoking areas
- Caters to groups
- Check-out by noon
- Shopping on site
- No elevators
- Check-in time ends midnight
- Safe-deposit box at front desk
- Number of buildings/towers 14
- Caters to seniors
- Minimum check-in age 18
- Television in lobby
- 24-hour front desk
- Refrigerator (on request)
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Alarm clock
- Coffee/tea maker
- Hair dryer
- In-room safe
Internet, TV & Phone
- Satellite television service
- Direct-dial phone
- Free movie channels
Rooms & Comfort
- Window opens
- Extra towels/bedding in room
- Air conditioning
- Cribs/infant beds available
- Smoking permitted
- Wake-up calls
- Cribs/infant beds available on request
- Extra towels/bedding
Bath & Shower
- Shared bathroom
- Makeup/shaving mirror
- Bathtub only
- Shared bathroom with sink in room
- Shower/bathtub combination
- Private bathroom
- Shower only
- Turndown service
- Agadir Open Air Theatre 0.34 miles
- Musee du Patrimoine Amazigh 0.44 miles
- Stade Al Inbiaate 0.45 miles
- Club Royal de Tennis 0.46 miles
- Shems Casino 0.49 miles
- Vallee de Oiseaux 0.51 miles
- Casino Le Mirage 0.55 miles
- Synagogue 0.65 miles
- Royal Palace 0.77 miles
- Jardin de Olhao 0.85 miles
- St. Anne's Church 0.88 miles
- Mohamed V Mosque 0.89 miles
- New Mosque 0.89 miles
- Agadir Beach 1.02 miles
- Agadir Fishing Port 1.30 miles
- Souk El Had 1.44 miles
- Agadir Oufella Kasbah 1.64 miles
- Golf Club Med les Dunes 2.76 miles
- at_a_glance_airport Agadir AGA30m
Hotels and Apartments in Agadir
Tourists love holidaying to the beautiful Agadir resort in Morocco all year around owing to its warm and pleasant weather. The resort is best known for its lovely sand, sun and crystal clear sea, catering to every taste and even the most discerning traveller.
Travelers preferring accommodation in luxurious resorts, cheap hotels or self-catering apartments will easily find their perfect abode with bit of extra research and prior booking. There are many bright, Moroccan styles houses to lush hotels featuring modern amenities and services. Choose you accommodation in the beachfront where most expensive properties are available and if you seek to enjoy cheap hotels in Agadir, book your stay away from the touristy grid in the Nouveau Talborjt. The hotels here are good yet affordable and offer facilities to suit every person and every budget traveller. Atlas Amadil beach hotel and Hotel Argana are luxurious property while New Farah Hotel and Les Palmiers are budget-friendly properties in Agadir.
Agadir is a bustling city on the south coast of Morocco, boasting year-around sunshine and white soft beaches. Visitors here like to enjoy swimming on the ocean, spa therapies and water sports. This famous beach resort is ideal holiday destination for families, couples and solo travellers seeking complete relaxation. Every year, many tourists visit this resort as Agadir is most “European” of all Moroccan cities. In addition to the pristine beaches, the city also boasts beautiful and clean streets, spacious walleyes and lush green parks.
Explore the city on foot to discover the cozy cafes, restaurants and shops like a local. Agadir town is known as a leisure tourism destination yet there are many historic buildings which are worth seeing during this trip. Planning cheap holiday to Agadir is easy if you book your stay in one-month advance from authentic source. Cheap flights and hotels in Agadir can be booked on the Alpharooms website.
Where to stay
Agadir is a popular city in Morocco, a modern holiday resort, famous for is white sandy beaches, warm weather and traditional bazaars and souks. There are plenty of accommodation in Agadir which are perfect fit for families, couples or solo travellers. From cheap hotels in Agadir to luxury resorts and self-catering apartment there is something to suite every taste and budget.
Mostly the hotels and apartments in Agadir are situated on the beachfront promenade but book your stay away from the beach if you are looking for cheap accommodation options. Booking ahead in the peak seasons like during summer, new year or Christmas can help you avoid the last minute rush and of course you can skip pricey deals. Cheap hotels in Agadir are available in Nouveau Talborjt, while luxury hotels are mostly situated in beachfront, south of the centre on Rue Oued Souss and Chemin des Dunes.
What to see
There are lot of interesting things to do on your Agadir holiday however, walking through the picturesque streets of city, sunbathing on the golden sandy beaches and exploring local markets remains the main attractions for travellers. This modern resort is best known for its beautiful beaches, which are some of the best in Morocco. Relax on the beaches and swim on the crystal clear water in the warm weather.
There are many interesting cafes and restaurants to savour traditional or European cuisine and sampling some delicious cocktail. Take a refreshing break and explore the city’s wild marine life, picturesque harbour, modern building and floral parks. If you seek something different, indulge in the city’s traditional charm by visiting its colourful souks, spas and mosques. Choose your accommodation in Agadir close to the beaches to enjoy a relaxing stay.
Visitors will enjoy a laidback nightlife in Agadir. The city is filled with fashionable clubs, bars and cafes that are ready to amaze its guests. You will have good time enjoying exotic drinks, cocktails and Moroccan meals in a relaxed ambiance you choose to visit any of the beachfront restaurants.
Many cultural programs and other entertainment events are also organised every day. Those who are interested in gambling can visit, Le Mirage casino, which features a wide range of gaming tables. However, if you want something relaxed and peaceful, clubs like Atlas Club and Papagayo are a good pick. Tourists and locals who love loud music and want to party until dawn, Flamingo disco can be really interesting venue. Many bars also host live music and traditional belly dance performances, so don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the entertaining nightlife in Agadir.
What to eat
Visitors will be delighted to see so many good places to eat that serves a selection of different delicacies apart from the famous Moroccan cuisine. If you seek something extravagant, waterfront area is where most of the luxurious restaurants, cafes and pizzerias are available.
Try traditional cuisine at the Chateau Briand, which is perhaps the most famous restaurant here. Fans of seafood will also have many choices to explore as most restaurants serve fresh fish and salads. For Italian cuisine head to the Le Petit Dome restaurant and relish traditional pasta and fish dishes. Many cuisines from around the world are available in this town however, during your Agadir holiday you simply must try the Moroccan delicacies, which will surely please even experienced gourmets’ customers.
Shopping is one of the highlights of Agadir holiday and there are many good markets to buy Moroccan products. One of the biggest and busiest market in Agadir is Souk El Had market, where tourists and locals can find almost everything, including products like olives, sweets, fresh vegetables and fruits to clothes and traditional handicrafts. Also, the market is a good place to shop for cheap leather products, shoes, bags, accessories and other local products. The product which is most popular with tourists here include hand-made pottery. If you’re looking for some upscale shopping, there are big stores, shopping centres and supermarkets. To buy unique and attractive souvenir, check out the L’Echappee Belle Etape Berbere store, where the products sold are simply amazing.
Things to Know
The Agadir holiday resort boasts warm weather and blue skies throughout the year that makes it a popular beach destination in Morocco. Apart from the beaches, the city has rich history, which is well-reflected in its Kasbah Mosque and traditional Berber villages. This is a family-friendly destination and there is something for everyone to enjoy. Young people visit this place for its lively nightlife and serene beaches while families enjoy all the amenities in this modern resort. Getting around in the town is very easy, as you can mostly enjoy it on foot through the avenues and beachfront boulevard. However, local taxis and buses are very cheap and efficient way to explore the faraway places.
Fast Facts About
- Nearest airports: Agadir – Al Massira Airport (AGA)
- Flight time: 3 hours
- Language: Arabic and French
- Currency: Moroccan Dirham (Dh)
Caribbean Village Agador Reviews
- Customer Reviews
- TripAdvisor Reviews
Add a review
01 November 2015
The hotel is set in very pretty grounds with several pool areas and pool bars serving from 10.30 each day. Rooms are clean; the maid comes in daily to change the towels etc. The drinks on offer are limited but include enough variety to keep most people happy. The staffs are always pleasant and helpful to all nationalities, young and old. The food is ok, nothing special but edible, you can always find something. It is just s short walk down to the huge beach where there is an area reserved for the hotels guests. They also serve soft chilled drinks as well as beds and umbrellas. A lovely place to relax and unwind for a holiday!
The best thing about my stay was...A very warm and relaxing break away
05 October 2015
Good hol for the price you pay
I was worried having read reviews, but was pleasantly surprised when I got there .Room was dated and had no air con but was not an issue for amount of time spent in there. staff all friendly hotel and grounds were kept clean. plenty of room around pools no matter what time of day. For the price we paid for a week all inclusive you really cant grumble, would be happy to stay there again.
The best thing about my stay was...Good staff good location good price
02 August 2015
very nice hotel
this is a large friendly hotel, the staff are nice and very helpful, the gardens are a pleasure to walk round always clean and tidy ,the food is ok could always find something to eat , the drinks are the basic local type not a lot of choice but again ok, the rooms were a good size and fitted out ok, did not have anything to do with the entertainment but the animation team seem to do a good job keeping people happy, the staff are what make this place everyone of them are friendly and helpful , a good place to spend your holiday.
The best thing about my stay was...the staff all of them
20 July 2015
Loved it. Staff very friendly, place spotless. Pools were fantastic and the animation team worked so hard. Something to do all the time here.
The best thing about my stay was...Pool
15 July 2015
We travel here every year but this year food a bit of a let down,staff friendly,polite and always willing to help and not just for a tip.Weater exceptionally hot,rooms very clean but basic.
The best thing about my stay was...Weather and staff
06 July 2015
What a lovely Hotel, the Staff & Animation Team were really great, & if we didn't want to join in and rest on our sun loungers that was fine The only thing I would change was a little more variety in meats (or to do a bit more of the grilled chicken as that was lovely) there was always lots of pork and turkey that was very strange looking & tasting ? Also the restaurants that we had to book were closed or full when we wanted to try them out for a change
The best thing about my stay was...the atmostphere in general
29 June 2015
Lynn B, Yorkshire
10 ladies of various ages had a wonderful time at this hotel. The rooms were comfortable and clean and the food and waiter service were very good. Excellent hard working animation team who never stopped. We particularly enjoyed aqua gym during the day and dancing at night. A big thank you to Mohammed the pool man who was always on hand with sunbeds and parasols. We will definitely come back.
The best thing about my stay was...The friendly staff
26 June 2015
Hot, decent hotel, food okay, pleasant stay.
My friend and I stayed at the Caribbean Village in Agador from 13 to 20 June, including airport transfers by taxi, from Alpha rooms. After reading some reviews I wasn't expecting much, but it was a good 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: General 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. Whilst there we used the Steakhouse restaurant and the Moroccan one. We got a set menu, all very tasty, no complaints there. 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. 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. Acceptable. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.
The best thing about my stay was...rest from work. and guaranteed sun.
20 May 2015
Amy, wigan, Wigan
Just returned from a week in caribbean village agador and it was disgusting! I saw rats in the garden area as you walk towards the pool from reception. There where cats everywhere even under the tables in the restaurant! The pool area was not swept or cleaned the whole time we were there. Drinks are liked to wine larger or watered down rum or vodka no cocktails available. The food was horrible also the same each morning lunch and tea every day! The room however was spacious with huge private balcony. The place also smelled was awful to sit around and the childrens mini dicso was a joke only lasted 10 minutes!! Safe to say i would never ever visit this place agaib nor recommend. Could not wait to get home for a real meal!!
The best thing about my stay was...the large private balcony
01 April 2015
Went to agadir with 6 lads for a stag week, thought we'd do something different rather than usual. Quad, buggy and fishing all excellent. Stayed at carribean village and couldn't fault it. Spotless rooms and hotel,lovely pool, staff freindly. Went in march so can imagine hol season hectic. Beer and spirits were good quality not watered down. Highly recommend
The best thing about my stay was...atmosphere at hotel
Email my results
Please enter your email address and we will send you a link back to your search results to check live availability.
Email my results
We have sent your search to your email address.
Email my results
There was a problem sending the email, please try again later.