We have just returned from a fantastic 2 weeks at the Caribbean Village Agador in Agadir Morocco.
First impressions were the speedy check-in & spacious lobby with bars & plenty of seating. The porters took our luggage & showed us to our rooms, we have a disabled person in our party & we were treated to a complimentry wheelchair for the duration of our stay.
The rooms are beautiful & clean with a shower room, separate toilet, plenty of wardrobe space, TV with english channels, comfy beds & a lovely patio with table & chairs. Maids clean the rooms daily with fresh bedding every other day...they are well worth tipping.
There are 4 pools, 2 of which are heated, with plenty of sunbeds surrounding them. Some areas are terraced, so wheelchair users ask the attendant to reserve some on ground level. During ...
our stay, the pools were cleaned out with a pool vaccuum everyday.Read More
The food was EXCELLENT, the first holiday where we havent been ill. The Oasis is the main resteraunt, serving breakfast til 10.30, then a buffet style lunch & evening meal. The choice was excellent with dishes for all tastes, but there are chips or spag bol at every service for the less adventureous eater. The waiters are brilliant and respond well to friendly smiles, please & thank you go a long way, but if you tip them your table will be reserved with drinks of your choice waiting.
There are several themed resteraunts such as Moroccan, Tex Mex, Chineese, Sushi, Italian etc but these must be booked on the intended day of use...all well worth trying.
I think I counted 7 bars which are well stocked & staffed by some of the most friendly people ever. Once again, smiles please & thank you go a long way.
Then comes the BEST bit.
The animation team are just fantastic!!! They work long hours to entertain you, they do all the activities such as ping pong, volley ball, mini golf, tennis, darts, archery etc & even if it rains they organise indoor activities also. They will try to include you in everything including dancing, karaoke, silly games, arabic lessons etc. They will even come to sit & chat with you (thats how they learn English) & keep you company if you are on your own. If you want to be left alone, then a simple no is enough. The evening shows in the Amphitheatre are not to be missed from cabneret to traditional dancing, all tastes are catered for... dont be suprised of they rope you in on stage... just do it you\'ll enjoy it.
Although the hotel has a lot of steps, there are wheelchair/pram routes to 95% of all areas which are well signposted.
The beach is 250meters away but the prom is being renewed at the moment, so there is a small amount of building work in the area but it didn\'t affect us in the slightest.
All in all a great holiday, a fantastic hotel & the nicest poeple in the world... you can\'t go wrong!!!
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