Hotel Kenzi Europa  

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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.

TripAdvisor rating

Based on 146 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 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

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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double room

Double room sleeps up to 3.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3.

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wonderful place and great staff

spent 5 nights at the Kenzi Europa and it was great. room was large and modern with a balcony which overlooked the sea. We were there on B&B only which we thought was great. on arrival the airline had lost our luggage so we arrived with nothing but the clothes we had on but the staff went out of their way to help us obtain adaptors, toiletries, some clothes etc to keep us going until thankfully our luggage finally appeared. very polite and helpful staff. The pool and grounds of this hotel are beautiful and well maintained. Just a short walk from the beach and lots of eating and drinking places. Fabulous hotel would certainly returnMore

roman12, Edinburgh

Not a 4 star hotel

The hotel is clean and modern and the staff are very good and keen. Hamza and Rasheed on the animation team well done...both very nice guys. This hotel really needs to address it's catering standards to be even considered for 4 stars as the rooms and pool area are all reasonable, however the food is repetitive, plain and unvaried. As it caters mainly for French and Italian clients I am surprised that the standard is not higher. The hotel is well positioned for the souks promenade and eateries. Also just 100metres to The English Pub which is really lively and buzzing on a Saturday night...mainly with Morroccan 20 somethings with a bit of money to burn as the drinks here are roughly £4.50 a pint and nearly the same for a vodka and coke. I went for one week wioth my 20 year old twin daughters and this is long enough in this resort. If you want sun sea and activites go to the Canaries or the Med. Overall score for Agadir 6/10. Hotel 5/10.More

StephenGaunt, Bolton, United Kingdom

Good but not best

good clean hotel. Room was spacious, well cleaned every day,fridge, safe was playing on nerves needed for tecnichian visit to be finally repaired. Peaceful surroundings. Got a very good sleep. Stuff in desk prefered of course french speaking people but i got everything solved. check in and out went ok . Breakfasts were poor specially cofe, sad they dont have coffemaking facilities in room. dinners were tasty and lot of varieties of salad and traditional and internatonal dishes. Was nicely surprised i should say. all the time was lack of sunbeds around pool area but fortunately hotel has their own private beach so we spent most of time there. Waterpark worked only 2 times per day around hour at once so it was also confusing as we didnt find much information in english. And internet connection should be also better.More

Triinuriinu, Tartu, Estonia

Good but expected more

This hotel was more like an apartment. Room was clean and basic. Pool area was as in photos of hotel. Clean with activities during the day. We checked in in the evening and entertainment in the background was noisy which made check in a bit difficult for the staff. I found the staff were not so friendly at the desk but the reps / entertainment guys around the area were good.the chef cooking demo was good. Overall basic ,clean but goodMore

Brenda H, Dublin

money well spent

just returned from a week at kenzi Europa in Agadir,my wife and I are very happy with our experience.we arrived late on the Thursday night to a clean,modern hotel.after a quick check in we went to the room which was again clean and tidy,huge comfortable bed! perhaps tea/coffee making facilities would not go amiss in the rooms(long way for a brew on the 7th floor),though we never asked to be fair.restaurant was closed on arrival,so no food after a 6 hour journey but plenty of eateries open on the street outside where you can buy a decent meal from 60dh upwards so no great trauma there.(£4-£5).we went all inclusive and found the fare to be quite acceptable,always something on the menu to suit both our tastes and of a reasonable standard.the kofta tagine was a personal favourite of mine.look out for the square semolina pancakes too,nice with a dollop of yoghurt and jam/honey!to those who were harshly critical of the food,YOU went 3 star,if you expect gourmet cuisine get your hand in your pocket and go for 5 star,do not expect bacon and sausage either as it is a muslim country! STAFF.to the lady who said 'being served by peasants',madam you are rich in everything but grace and sense.the staff are pleasant,hardworking,clean and well presented.the only ones who disappointed were the receptionists.check your change and demand a receipt,there always seemed to be a 20dh discrepancy in there favour,quickly resolved on pointing out. ENTERTAINMENT not really our thing,but the staff worked hard to please and many of our fellow guests were 'having a ball',so fair play to them.some of the professional acts brought in were really good,dancers acrobats etc AGADIR nice modern town,plenty of bars clubs and restaurants.you will be pestered a bit by looky looky men,but we expected that.bargain hard if you're going to buy.jour et nuit restaurant (10 mins walk to the right as you exit restaurant)was nice for a change of scenery 300dh(£25ish)for 2 steak dinners,bottle of wine and a huge vodka.next to Libyan restaurant and pool hall.didnt think much of Agadir souk,got bored within an hour.the marina is a lovely spot though,worth a 20 min walk from hotel. MARRAKECH took a Thomson day excursion £63 p/p.brilliant!travel,lunch and dinner inclusive,excellent guide,mr akmed and his sidekick who hung back and dealt with pickpockets/pests quietly and efficiently!haggle really hard here,prices are massively inflated.i paid 350dh for a coat that was priced at 2000dh.beautiful architecture,great history and the real deal on morrocan culture,do not miss this! OVERALL a basic knowledge of French is an advantage,and even my VERY basic attempts were appreciated,though the hotel staff generally speak decent English.on the street most places will have at least one English speaker on staff.be firm in your haggling,decide what its worth to you and stick to your guns.most of all get out there and enjoy,pleasure is yours for the taking! I must add we met tourists from carribean village.not a single one of them was happy,but that's another story!More

michael d, Wakefield, United Kingdom

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