Hotel Kenzi Europa  

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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Based On 518 reviews

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  • 7Floors
  • 236Rooms
  • 4Lifts

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

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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Outdoor pool

There's a choice of slides here for kids to enjoy, including a twisty number, which flows into a separate splash pool.

Buffet restaurant

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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double room

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.

twin room

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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Beautiful hotel and grouinds, very friendly staff always smiling

Just returned from a holiday with friends in Agadir, we stayed at the Kenzi Europa. The hotel and grounds are both very well maintained. The grounds are really lovely and were a pleasure to look out on from our balcony. We were on the second floor in building 2, the room beds etc. were spotlessly clean and towels were changed every day. Some of the towels have seen better days but were clean and although a bit frayed still did the job of getting you dry. The chambermaid was always smiling and pleasant to speak to. Hotel staff are not all well paid so if she does a good job for you tip her at the end of the week they really do appreciate it. Make sure you give her the tip though she may not get it if you leave it in the room. Try for a higher floor if you want peace and quiet as it can be a bit noisy at night depending what entertainment is on. We found all of the hotel was kept very clean which is reassuring in a hot dry country. The dining room staff and waiters are all very helpful, again a little tipping day to day will guarantee you excellent service though even when we didn't tip we still had excellent service. Nothing is a problem for them. The food I found to be lovely and suited to a hot climate, plenty to choose from at breakfast including freshly squeezed orange juice - and oh boy did they get through some oranges each day, freshly made pancakes cold meat and cheese salads eggs hard boiled or fried and omelettes made to order the list goes on and as others have mentioned the fresh mint tea served traditionally in glasses from a guy sitting on the floor - try it - it is so refreshing. Coffee is from a machine, third option down 'latte' is one of the best cups of coffee I have ever had. We found plenty to choose from at both lunch and dinner and how much do you need to eat when you are eating three self service meals a day. I really enjoyed the Moroccan meatballs and the fried calamari. In some shape or form there was chicken almost every day but I never found the selection at all boring. My only criticism and this is not down to the hotel was the behaviour of some other guests who it seemed had to shout all of the time making some mealtimes very noisy. I think this hotel has a secret rose grower -fresh roses were all over the hotel and what a lovely touch the flower displays are gorgeous, there is a fresh rose on every table in the dining room and they were changed as soon as they started to wilt a really nice touch. The all inclusive drinks package we found to be good value, the white wine, beer and Kenzi Cocktails kept our spirits up and bottles of water were given out whenever we asked for them. There was entertainment in the lobby area every night some of it better than others but we were never bored A final word of praise for the animation team, they work so hard to make your stay special, they may join you at your table in the dining room, make room for them they are lovely to talk to. We booked the hotel through Thomson Holidays their rep Hassan has endless local knowledge.More


Brilliant location and extremely friendly staff!

We visited for a lads holiday for 5 nights, this hotel was situated in the perfect location. The hotel was extremely close to majority of the food places such as McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Bollywood Restaurant(DELICIOUS) and was only 20 dirhams away from other great palce such as Al Baghdadi Cafe at Le Fontain or Marina. Marina was our favourite daily visit for breakfast with really nice cafes. Apart from food places the hotel also was right opposite the beach so access to doing water excursions such as jet ski'ing was minutes away. The hotel staff was extremely friendly, although they was very pushy on receiving tips(typical in these types of countries thou). Hotel was not as clean as we expected for a 4 star, the rooms are very dated but as we spent minimum time in the hotel we did not actually care. The biggest flaw i have is no wi-fi in the bedrooms only available in the lobby this was a great issue!More

Harris K, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Good fun when the sun is shinning!

Stayed here for 7 nights in June 2015 and will give a mixed review. Check in ran smoothly but wasn't overly impressed when we were informed that after 10pm we would have to pay for our drinks even though we had chosen the all inclusive option. Our room seemed smaller than we anticipated. The room had an empty fridge and safe that you had to pay to use and there was a large old generator on the balcony. The beds were a decent size and very comfortable. The flat screen TV was a nice addition and the shower was powerful. Being in Africa, we were expecting wall to wall sunshine but this was not the case for 2 days. it was grey, overcast, windy and too cold to sunbath. We were miserable and found many things about the hotel to moan about but on day 3 the sun came out and it was "all good"! The pool area is super clean with lots of sun loungers and the water slides are a must do! The entertainment team were brilliant! Nada always had a smile, Amine Ben was playful and good fun - you have to try his water aerobics classes. Aziz is helpful, funny and a lovely man. Khalid and Ahmed - great entertainers! There was entertainment laid on each night, if you are up for a laugh and yearn to line dance then you will enjoy it (we did!!) During our stay, there was a large group of 'older' guests in fact most of the guests were 'older' people and they were too much fun! We met some lovely people and enjoyed being two of a few English speaking guests. Lunch was the best meal provided. The grill counter was delicious, lobster, snapper, chicken I thought the breakfast selection was really poor and uninviting although the mint tea was gorgeous and the freshly squeezed orange juice was lovely. We didn't think dinner was very good at all and although we only got back last Friday, I cant remember 1 evening meal that was memorable. The beer is good, red wine as well but it was all about the 'Kenzi cocktail', we drank gallons!!! Lots of restaurants along the promenade, we had a beautiful 3 course seafood meal. The Factory nightclub we heard (on the way back to London) was good and played RnB music. We booked a day in Marrakech with a tour group outside of the hotel and would not advise you to do the same. It was not structured, was a waste of a day and money. All in all a good 7 nights and hotel worth a visit because of the hardworking, friendly, entertaining staff. Sharon and Andrea....aka 'Jamaica'More


Mid road hotel but clean and friendly staff.

There was a mix of holiday makers from Europe...very few English speakers. It was World Cup so the hotel made sure the big TV screen was on for all visitors. This made for a great atmosphere in the evenings even though they did have their own hotel entertainment which was as you should expect! Breakfast every morning had a man making fresh mint tea, a man preparing fresh eggs to order and another preparing freshly squeezed OJ, which was the best OJ i've ever had! No need to do All Inclusive because the other local hotels (4&5 stars) have lovely restaurants worth a visit. The pool area was great fun for kids and big enough to satisfy the sun seekers. Rooms were clean but basic. The hotel is close to the beach and a good location.More

Sim_Mcs_World, Essex, United Kingdom

Blatant sexual harassment from staff

Stayed here for 5 nights. Good location as right on the promenade,very clean and nice pool area. However all this was over shadowed for me by the orange t shirt staff who felt it was there job to be inappropriate and harass any female ranging from 15 to 50. I myself felt very uncomfortable and witnessed other girls put in uncomfortable situations by male members of staff. Even when made perfectly clear that you did not appreciate this attention these staff members were not deterred. Most definitley will not return as I felt more than uncomfortable. Did not feel like I could relax as I was constantly ensuring I had my husband close by on the hope it would prevent them from approaching me.More

Victoria D,

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Hotel Kenzi Europa
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