The Hotel Kenzi Europa is tucked along a leafy avenue in the downtown area of Agadir. The surroundings are quiet, but there are shops and restaurants on the doorstep, and the beach is just a couple of minutes’ walk away.
The interior designers of this place went for a sleek, contemporary look. Bedrooms are dressed in deep purple and silver hues, and the piano bar comes with a glossy monochrome floor, electric blue walls and chrome lighting. The outdoor grounds are just as polished, with manicured gardens framing the hotel’s swimming pool.
At mealtimes, you can head to the Valentino buffet restaurant. It offers an around-the-world spread and showcases Moroccan specialities once a week.
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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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With several slides.
Valentino buffet restaurant
Offering a range of international dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Evening entertainment programme
Including live shows and entertainment.
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A lazy week in Kenzi
We stayed in this hotel for a lazy week. It was fun. We swam in a pool, played tennis and table tennis. Made walks to Moroccan Agadir, played with Atlantic waves and made a trip to As Sawira. Food was ok. The room was cleaned and new towels provided, every day. The staff was nice and helpful. They have an animation team there. One of them, Aziz, was fantastic always helpful and ready to solve problems. If in trouble ask for him and he does speaks English. Everything went smooth and easy when it was nothing out of ordinary. But if it is something special, like an early breakfast (because your plane is taking off on some ungodly hour) be prepared for problems or ask your favorite waiter for help. And take Flag Special with your dinner.More
Jacek2084, Warsaw, Poland
Long weekend in Agadir!
I recently stayed at Kenzi with my friend and was really impressed. I had heard good things from my parents who had stayed there before. From the minute we checked in until we checked out, the staff were attentive, helpful and friendly. The pool area is lovely and nice and quiet in April. The breakfast was good and I looked forward to the pancakes and mint tea each morning. The location is great too, not too far from the beach and a nice walk to the marina. Will definitely stay here again if I go back to Agadir.. which I hope I do!More
AMM246, Leeds, United Kingdom
A regrettable holiday in Morocco!
My wife and I spent a week in Agadir at the Kenzi Europa Hotel from 10th to 17th Feb. It was a Thomson's holiday. The holiday was also to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Everything about the hotel was nice except the food. The staff were polite and helpful, the room was clean & spacious and the entertainment was good. We especially loved the solo performance by the exotic male Moroccan dancer! Our room on the top floor was lovely with a beautiful view of the sea and the kasbah! The only negative point about the room was that it was nearly the lifts and I have never come across lifts that was more noisy in my whole life. You could wake up in the middle of the night thinking you were in a lions' den. The noise of the lift was akin to a lion's roar! And the food was repetitive, very limited choice, and very bland. I had expected the Moroccan food to have a little more punch & flavour, but this was totally bland and tasteless! On the 4th day of our stay, disaster struck for us! I fell ill with severe abdo cramps and diarrhoea. This was the first time ever in my life that I contracted proper Gastro-enteritis and it was real nasty. For the next 4 days, I could not stay more than 20 feet away from the toilet. I blame the fish I ate in the hotel but can't be sure. I spoke to the restaurant manager Mr Yousuf who seemed a very nice man. But that did not help to lessen my suffering for the next few days. We went on an all-inclusive holiday and I practically ate nothing for more than half the time we spent in Morocco. Mr Yousuf told me that I was only person who had any trouble with the food, but I guess he wouldn't tell me even if there were more. The highlight of our holiday was to be a trip to Marrakech which had to be cancelled. Thomson did kindly refund the price of the trip after I produced a medical certificate (for which I paid about 50 pounds to a local doctor who made the hotel visit). However, we were really sad to miss the Marrakech trip, a city we really would have loved to visit. And when we returned home to Birmingham after a disappointing trip to Morocco, our house had been burgled ! ! But that is another story.... !More
Jacob L, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Not a four star!!!!
Just back from Kenzi Europa. Hotel is misrepresented as a four star standard. Simply isn't so, perhaps four star Agadir standard, but remember this is a third world country so think two and a half or three star at best by European standards.( please note Sunway Holidays!!) Accomadation is basic but adequate for a week or two. Staff are very nice and do try to please. Food is basic . Amazingly with an abundance of fruit in the souks, this hotel had very little choice of same. Wifi is only available in the foyer and the speed is poor at times. Entertainment in the foyer is loud and suitable for young children who want to stay up late with Mommy and Daddy!! If you like "four star treatment " don't stay here . If you have young children who need a robust child friendly place to holiday then this place is for you . Overall it was a disappointing stay and though I will return to Morocco , I shall not be staying in the Kenzi Europa. More
Carmel M, Southern Ireland
It was amazing hoilday and I would advise you to go there!
The food, staff, size and the friendly people were amazing there were always there to help and it was right near the beach which it Perfect, there was this guy called hamza and he is brilliant with kids. More
Harryrobertson05, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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