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.
Nice hotel, excellent customer services, the manager himself ensured all guest were happy, room was extremely clean and tidy and updated, plenty of things to do for kids, big choice of different foods. All inclusive was ALL inclusive :) the only down side is the SPA in ground floor. Its a little bit ''crap'', wouldnt call it a spa more like a diy room :)More
We stayed at the kenzi Europe hotel for 7 days which is a four star hotel I don't think I would rate this 3* from the day we landed to the day we departed never had Diet Coke in restaurant food wasn't too good bake beans aren't bake beans cooks are very slow, the glasses smell not much variety for vegetarians. Lift broke down a few times we were on the 6th floor I would never stay here again. More
Beautiful people in a beautiful place
This is a great hotel to stay in Agadir, the reception staff were incredibly friendly and helpful, excellent service from all restaurant staff and I loved the food and local wines
The hotel is large, good facilities, excellent location, just over the road from the beach.. Free wi-fi is available I was on the fourth floor and it was excellent. Great rooms, large and clean.
Though I never had children with me, watching the care and attention provided by the entertainment staff to the children was absolutely amazing I would recommend this hotel to all families and all who are not looking for a week of total peace, there is always a little activity going on,
The entertainment was excellent and you are made to feel a part of it. I honestly have to say the service provided to me and given to others during my stay was outstanding. Everyone was not only so helpful but just so attentive to all needs and requests beyond what was necessary
I only spent 3 full days in the hotel but would have been very happy to have walked through their doors and stayed until time to return home,
Ben in the restaurant went out of his way to help me when my glasses broke and had me a full replacement within 48hrs, Amine tried to teach me to salsa (very good teacher but very poor student) and rescued me when in need of a hat
I just had an absolute fantastic week and left a little of my heart there but also bought a little of theirs back <3
A week was just not long enough.More
Good times and cheer in Agadir
Agadir is a beautiful destination if you are inclined to travel to Morocco. Clean beaches, good surf and a pleasant atmosphere, barring the occasional nighttime sellers of illegal fare. I stayed in the Kenzi Europa. If you are a family looking for a safe, clean and centrally located hotel then this might be your choice. If you are single then the many small ones might get the better of you. They have a water park out back, an interactive entertainment at night for the whole family and the Consulate of Ireland is in the Hotel. That was a surprise. Pleasant and helpful staff and right next to the beach. Loved Agadir but as a single traveler I would choose to stay at a different hotel maybe. As a family, a great place.More
Sean C, 186609
It ticked all the right boxes
If you come with no silly expectations that 4* is the same as in the UK, you find this hotel ticks the box.
We asked for inter-connecting rooms which were spacious and clean. Yes the bathroom could do with some updating but how long do you actually spend in there? Our rooms on the 4th floor could pick up the free wi-if (which many previous travellers have moaned about) which worked fine. The rooms looked out towards the promenade and we got the sun right through to sunset.
The grounds are well kept daily.
The main pool is heated so it just takes the chill off it but it's not really warm. The slides pool was freezing!! There are plenty of sunbeds but shamefully some British visitors put towels down on some, way before the area opens... Do people really still do this?!!! If you get a bed on top of the hill, you get the sun for longer and its away from the noise.
The entertainment team were excellent and worked tirelessly... Don't expect Las Vegas but just go along with it.
The food was good. Breakfast you have a man outside freshly squeezing oranges for you and a chef making 2 different versions of pancakes. Inside a chef cooked eggs and omelettes for you (they do like to under cook them when they see a queue but tell them you want it cooked through and they do it).
Lunch, which was the best meals of the day had a bbq outside.
Dinner had a different Tagine every night and they did different themes nightly... The rib of sirloin on Tuesday's was great.
If you want the waiters to look after you, tip them 20 dirhams (approx Â£1.50). Every night, we had a carafe of wine on ice already on the table.
The hotel has its own private section of the beach but sit in the middle as you just get pestered by beggars and sellers all the time.
The beach is amazing.
The marina is worth a visit along with the souk market (approx 25 mins walk away).
Temperature end of March was never below 25c and not a drop of rain.... Perfect!