There are so many reasons to look forward to a holiday in Agadir including the wonderful weather, vibrant local culture, great beaches and blue skies. Choose the El Pueblo Tamlett as your base and you'll find peaceful surroundings and friendly atmosphere and still be only 200m from the beach. The bustling centre of Agadir with its many bars, shops and restaurants is also within easy reach.
The El Pueblo Tamlett is found in a peaceful part of the popular resort of Agadir, close to the beach with its warm blue waters which look so inviting? This hotel is a great choice as the El Pueblo Tamlelt shares a wealth of facilities with its sister hotel the Caribbean Village. Guests get maximum enjoyment from a total of 9 restaurants, 4 bars and 4 large swimming pools. All of which means that you can dine somewhere new every day, cool off in different surroundings and really make the most of the excellent facilities here.
Accommodation at the El Pueblo Tamlelt is arranged in a village style around the pool and is interspersed with lush tropical gardens. Comfortable ensuite twin rooms all boast a balcony or terrace and feature satellite television, telephone and heater.
When you're not lazing on the beach or chilling out by the pool, there are plenty of other options to keep you entertained. With 4 tennis courts, mini golf, table tennis, volley ball, badminton and darts all available, you'll be spoilt for choice on how to have the most fun.
That's really what a holiday at the El Pueblo Tamlett is all about. Find the very best way for you to really relax, enjoy yourself, and unwind in the glorious Moroccan sunshine - and you'll soon feel right at home here.
Located in Agadir, the El Pueblo Tamlelt shares a wealth of facilities with its sister hotel the Caribbean Village. The hotels boast a total of 9 restaurants, 4 bars and 4 large swimming pools. Accommodation at the El Pueblo Tamlelt is located in a peaceful part of the resort and is arranged in a village style around the pool and tropical gardens. There is a beach just 300 metres away and the centre of Agadir, with its bars shops and restaurants is within easy reach.
If you want a really lovely up to date,wheelchair and reception friendly hotel,this isn't it. Was there for 2 weeks and from the word go, the impression wasn't good. The rooms are damp,dated and in disrepair,and needs a lot spending on them...
The reception staff have a lot to be desired,giving you a load of B/S, and the run around when asking for a safe deposit box which, supposedly they have in every room not true. The beach is not a 100 metres unless you fly like crow. The pool staff, the restaurant staff and, the gardeners work really hard to keep this rundown hotel afloat, unlike the reception staff who do not give a good impression at all. I'm afraid to say that I wouldn't recommend this hotel at all.
Family room was a bed next to us for my 15 yr old rooms clean enough staff friendly but if your not fluent french forget it pool cramped bathroom dated and it’s all one hotel with the Caribbean village all stuff shared 3 of us ended up with food poisoning really let down with the food not much choice ended up with cheeseburgers for lunch then paying for cheese paninis as the food really was that bad beach was lovely but was really put off when we walked along the promenade with 3 armed policemen
On arrival we were given a bit of paper with no explanation on what was needed then pay local tax ,then given room key taken to the room as soon as you opened the door the smell of damp hit you there were broken tiles on a step which led to the bathroom but then there was another step into the bathroom. Bath had shower within it but no curtain so room would get wet when having a shower but in general all of the room was dirty, back to reception to complain given another room key this one was up 6 flights of stairs this room was cleaner but still not good . Taken to a 3rd but this was as bad as the first one smelled of damp ...
So we decided on the 2nd one because it was the best of the 3 apart from the stairs not a real problem for me and my wife but the couple that was with us are not so good on there feet so it was real hard work for them. Both rooms had air con in but no controls so could not use there weren’t any safety deposit boxes in the room and we were told to come back tomorrow at 10 ,next day at 10 excuse was no keys come back at 4 . At 4 still no joy so we said we would have to inform our insurance company that we had no secure place for our money or passport all of a sudden they told us a safe would be in our room within half hour but our friends had to wait till next day not good. Now food main restaurant there was no verity cooked eggs but no sausage or bacon only tinned meat so was out for breakfast it was lucky they had themed restaurants for evening meals other wise that would of been eating out as well all staff except the reception staff were helpful and the sister hotel reception staff were also helpful as they gave us a air con control as long as we took it back to them . I can honestly say that this is the worst holiday I have ever been on yes I would go back to Agadir but not to this hotel. If we were French we might have been treated better !!!
Very poor dinners served in the main restaurant starting from 19.00 o'clock from Monday to Thursday.Only one type of meat tasty and the other dishes served tasteless .Very small and poor selection of dishes.On Friday and weekend when Moroccan guests come to the hotel the food is much tastier and larger selection of dishes for example three kind of tagine and cous-cous ,sauce with raisins.Why do you treat Polish and French tourists so badly and give them such a poor food? There are so many of them in the hotel and they pay considerable money for staying in this hotel.
I went to this hotel 7 years ago , when it first opened, it was very good at that time, very clean, good selection of food, drinks, entertainment , pools clean . Sadly in the years since everything has gone down hill. I have just come home from a weeks stay, I booked the el Pueblo Tamlelt not knowing this is in fact the Caribbean village Agador, same hotel two names...
Anyway this time was very different, the food was awful no choice same things served day in day out. No choice of drinks local beer no spirits ,cocktails, if you want quiet time forget it the place over overrun with sea gulls that scream 24\7 an I do mean scream !!!!. The staff do their best the place is now basically set up for for the French .Wi-Fi is none existant anywhere in the hotel as promised , rooms are now dated balconies dirty beds like sleeping on a brick ! Oh and make sure to take a tin of fly spray when you go into main dinner -hall as place is plagued with them . Its 3 so you get 3 you get what you pay for , I wouldn't recommend this hotel unless your French !!!. People slam doors 24\7 because of way it's built lots of court yards this makes every noise much louder. You have to be very good at saying no to the shop owners every single one of them wants to sell you argon oil , be prepared to barter on prices they start stupidly high, take your phone to check the exchange rate ! Know what your willing to pay or walk away ! Or get ripped off !!!.