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.
Great room service , good food , lots os staff , great entertainment,excellent customer service,range of facilities, fun waterslide,friendly staff,spacious rooms , great balcony view, only fault was that the lift was a bit dodgy however overall this was my favourite hotel that ive been toMore
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The country was so friendly but Agadir beach was disgusting so dirty now for the hotel very poor, pool was freezing even in 40c temperature my son aged 10 only ate chips and ice cream fish every day and poor entertainment during the day. pool staff were cocky and towels on sunbeds at 5 am. children 8 plus had nothing to do in the evening it needs a pool table for the kids. my bed mattress had so many wee stains on it was a joke around the pool edge the gratings was all chipped and bits missing it needs a good revamp you have to pay for the safe too.
It was cheap and I got cheap!!!!
I liked morroco but not the hotel.
Good location and okay for solo travel
Room was okay. Heating was a little troublesome (it blow too much to another bed, but because I was travelling solo, I was able to change to another bed and then it was better). Heating did not warm bathroom, so floor was really cold when you got to bath or cleaning your tooth at mornings. Aircon was also very cold at the entrance of hotel. I liked a lot of food that was available in restaurant. Balcony of the room was quite nice. Most of service staff was good and helped me and some people that I met in hotel during my stay.More
Arackhaen, Turku, Finland
Great Family Hotel
Kenzi Europa is a really nice hotel it is really well maintained & has great facilities, it has tennis courts, basketball courts, 5 a side Football court, table tennis tables as well a darts board. There are 2 pools, 1 main large pool and a small pool the infant children.
The amazing animation team is there throughout the day, in the day they try and encourage participation in activities such as table tennis, water aerobics, darts etc and of an evening they provide dancing shows as well as the hotel also provides other entertainment such as snake charmers Moroccan dancers.
The food is good and varied, there could be more for kids (pizzas, nuggets etc) as some/most kids don't like trying new things like sardines, Tagines etc.
The Bar staff and waiters (especially Boubecca) are extremely polite and attentive.
Kenzi Europa deserves all 4 of its 4 stars. Our Room was quite spacious we had a double room + single bed & there was plenty of space between to walk around.
Outside there was a veranda which was lighted + had a table & chairs, we had really good views of the pool below us, the sea to the right and the Moroccan mountains to the left.
Inside the rooms, there was a large wardrobe unit which had more than enough space for everyone there were bedside tables a large dressing unit with mirror as well as a 40 inch flat screen TV. The whole room could be adequtely lit throughout.
The bathroom had a traditional marble Basin with a large area to both left and right sides of it for toiletries as well as complimentary toiletries provided, there was a fixed hair dryer to the wall and the whole of the sink unit was met with a large mirrored backdrop, adjacent to the basin unit there was a shower/Bath with fixed towel rail, at the end of the bathroom there where toilet and bidet units.
The whole room was kept clean daily by a maid service.
Whilst there We went on 3 excursions, our first was the 'Agadir experience' which was hosted by our tour guide Kamal, he was very friendly,
We went on 3 excursions, our first was the 'Agadir experience' which was hosted by our tour guide Kamal, he was very friendly, informative and funny we found out everything there was to know about Agadir, about the devastating earthquake in 1960 all the way to how many tonnes of sardines come through its ports every year.
Our second excursion was 'Magical Marrakech' We spent the whole day in Marrakech (06.30 - 00.00) our tour guide gave sound Advice before and during the whole of the day which is needed especially for the Marrakech markets and the haggling of items. Included in the price of the Marrakesh excursion is both dinner & Tea which were supplied by 2 different restaurants which at the time were both in the top 5 restaurants of Marrakech on TripAdvisor.
Our 3rd outing was through advice and this was to a restaurant opposite the Kenzi Europa called the 'Golden Gate', the food is 2nd to none that I've ever eaten & the hospitality is the exactly the same, all at a very good price, you will not be disappointed.More
Unforgettable Farrow family la fiesta! Hey Hey!
Having had family holidays in the UK for the past 10 years or more, we all decided that our family of 6 would go abroad this year. We all agreed on the hotel Kenzie Europa in Agadir, Morocco(what a great location & vacation). The wife & I chose all inclusive as our 2 boys & 2 girls would take a fair amount of feeding & watering. The hotel staff are excellent, very polite & extremely hardworking. The all inclusive package was bang on & fantastic value. The food & drink was plentiful & had a large variety. The rooms were cleaned on a daily basis, fresh towels everyday, fresh towels for the pool everyday(100 dirham deposit per towel). All the pool lads sorted your towels & sunloungers with no hassle whatsoever. The animation team were all bang on & made you feel like they were on holiday with you.The bar staff were all friendly & served with & smile. The Thomson rep was there almost everyday. All in all the Kenzie Europa has got everything just about spot on. The only slight improvement I would like to see next time is that the shop connected to the hotel would probably sell a lot more if they tried to match the fixed price shops. C u next time Kenzie, c u next time Agadir, c u next time Morocco, c u next time Thomson. Oh, & c u next time fixed price shop? Lol.More