The peaceful Hotel Kenzi Europa offers smart interiors, a fun pool scene, and a by-the-beach setting.
You’ll find this hotel along a leafy avenue in the downtown area of Agadir. It’s got a quiet setting, but it’s only a few steps away from shops and restaurants, and just a touch further from a sandy beach.
Looks-wise, this place is sleek and contemporary. The lobby bar features a glossy monochrome floor, electric blue walls and chrome pendant lights. Rooms, meanwhile, are dressed in deep purple and silver.
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected locally produced alcoholic and soft drinks - bar open 10.00-23.00. Snacks at set times.
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There's a choice of slides here for kids to enjoy, including a twisty number, which flow into a separate splash pool.
It's here in this modern and stylish restaurant that you'll find a range of international dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Evening entertainment programme
There's a variety of evening entertainment available, including live shows with African dancers, belly dancers and snake charmers.
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These double rooms are decorated and furnished in a contemporary style with neutral toned walls and richly coloured soft furnishings. They can sleep up to three.
These twin rooms are decorated and furnished in a contemporary style with neutral toned walls and richly coloured soft furnishings. They can sleep up to three or they can be sold as a single.
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We stayed at Kenzi Europa October 2014 for 2 weeks. My husband, 2 daughters aged 12 & 14 and I had a wonderful stay in Agadir. The water slides and pools were where my youngest spent a lot of her time. She loved them! on our 2nd day my eldest daughter and I had played waterpolo been on the water slides, joined in the water aerobics, swam and even had time to rest on the sunbeds before the sun had even started to set. My girls also played on the tennis court, played pingpong and darts etc. You can do as little or as much as you want. There is entertainment every night which was great for the first week but by the second week we already knew what to expect. So we went for lovely night time walks along the beach. The staff in general are friendly and helpful with a few exceptions mostly the odd 1 or 2 miserable bar staff. That being said all the staff did work hard and very long hours. The maids were very good, they would come back later if you were not ready to have your room cleaned. We did tip a few of the staff because they were very good from the start without first having a tip, they really did earn it, and once they started getting tipped (roughly 20 MAD max) the really looked after us. The animation team were really good with the children and my youngest said they made her stay more fun and she didn't want to go home. The hotel decor was a little tired in some areas i.e. bathroom but going off some of the reviews we read the food was much better than we expected, especially the desserts they were delicious but by the second week we had got a bit bored with the selection and ate out a couple of nights. Still would recommend going all inclusive though, my daughter particularly loved the pancakes served between 4&5pm and the bottles of water are included so it was worth it just for them alone. There are restaurants and shops right on the doorstep. My husband had his hair cut at the barbers thats connected to the hotel, the man was very good and did his hair exactly as he wanted.The location is fantastic less than a 5 min walk from the beach and there are plenty of places to hire bicycles from. We love cycling so we hired bikes a few times, cycling or walking up or down the promenade was lovely. We went on some of the excursions arranged by our Thomson holiday rep Hassan (who was also very good). They were really enjoyable especially the beach buggy on the sahara beach. The best views were from rooms that were higher up, we had a great view of the beach and pool. We were on the 6th floor overlooking the pool and it didnt get a lot of sun but the views or the mountain, beach and pool more than made up for it.More
Angela B, Manchester, United Kingdom
Hotel Kenzi Europa - Fantastic
I booked a 10 night stay at the Kenzi Europa for my wife's 50th as a surprise and were not disappointed. The location, 100metres from the main promenade. The hotel, a little outdated but more than made up for that with fantastic staff & service. The restaurant had a different theme every evening with a varied menu, something for everyone. The rooms spacious, but not enough coat hangers, as per most hotels. Clean towels and bed linen when requested. The main pool was clean, the children's pool also. There were also water slides but these were closed. Different activities every day poolside as well as aquarobics. All in all very nice and considering returning. Very good VFM.More
waynep1964, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Stayed here for one night at the end of a surf trip in Taghazout. They sorted all 5 of us out with our own rooms for Â£45/night without reservations, quite reasonable! The room was finished to a nice standard, spacious with comfy beds, nice bathroom. The reception staff and porters were all really nice and helpful. They helped one of our group out when they got their wallet stolen in the nearby English Pub (avoid!). The breakfast had quite a lot of choice and was to a good standard. Didn't visit the spa or pool so can't comment.More
grandwizardtheodore, Liverpool, UK
From the lift creaking loudly up and down all night to the poor service at reception I cant say much in the way of good things for this hotel. We asked 4 times for a TV remote in the room and staff were dismissive to the point of rudeness. We were kept waiting at reception often and the noise from the lift sounded like a baby elephant in a bath. The buffet breakfast was poor. After our stay we wrote an email of complaint and surprise surprise received nothing back.More
Chloe S, London, United Kingdom
first time in morocco so we didn,t know what to expect,but well were we surprised ! if you've read some bad reveiws of this hotel ignore them, the staff are very friendly ,the rooms are well equipped (no tea and coffee making though ) and very clean .have to say the most comfortable hotel bed i've ever slept in.food wise your in morocco your not going to get english food ,having said that there is a wide choice that caters for all nationallities and it is very good.on the downside the entertainment was a bit bleak but that could be due to the time we went .my one bit of advice if you do go to agadir is witin the first 3 days you are there get a hammam massage , book it through your rep ,it works out to about 40 quid and the tan you will get after is fantastic .all in all we would go back to this hotel as it is a great location has great staff good food and wonderful rooms we would reccomend this hotel to anyone.More
charlie k, coventry
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