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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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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There's a choice of slides here for kids to enjoy, including a twisty number, which flows into a separate splash pool.
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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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.
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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I spent 7 days in Kenzi Europa with my family in August 2014. We had visited Marrakesh and wanted to explore other parts of Morocco because we loved it! First impressions weren't great but by the time we left it felt like home. The hotel was clean, staff were attentive, the beach was beautiful and Agadir is amazing. The food was varied and full of flavour. The entertainment was the least thing I liked as it was very corny. The pools were well kept and good size. Thank you Kenzi Europa for a memorable and relaxed holiday.More
Chucksweets, London, United Kingdom
A relaxing and welcoming
The most enjoyable part of staying at this hotel was the excellent service, friendliness and attentiveness of the hotel staff. True they become more attentive with the help of tips but given the service they provide they are well worth it and deserve it. The food was varied, well cooked and attractively presented. We particularly enjoyed the salads. Our rooms were spotlessly clean and very comfortable, particularly the beds. Pool area very pleasant. Only criticism the bar and reception areas were quite draughty and poorly lit and whilst the entertainment for children looked fun and was enjoyable to watch there wasn't much on offer for adults unless you were in a couple and wanted to slow dance all evening. Nevertheless a great stay and feel very relaxed as a result.More
Colin54_58, Lewes, England, United Kingdom
Nothing Special, Can Improve
Stayed here with a few friends, in the summer, rooms were very nice overall the hotel was clean, with great facilities. The breakfast service was great with good quality food. The advantage of staying here is it is on the main strip with alot to do not matter what time you jump out to hit the streets, 2 min walk from the beach which was great but the beach is very poor with not much sand. But thier are great eating places on the beach such as Mcdonalds, pizza hut also a great ice cream palor. Staff were quiet rude when you asked for something had to wait for a hour to get some fresh towels, also they did not give us the required room we wanted.More
adnanamjad, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Great position and lovely grounds
The Kenzi Europa is very conveniently situated in Agadir close to the promenade and an easy walk to the marina. The rooms were very comfortable, modern and kept spotlessly clean by Samia. We were on the 5th Floor with a lovely sunny balcony overlooking the road. The grounds were well kept and the pools very clean. Towels are provided for a deposit. There is even a closed off area on the beach but no drinks facility.All staff were very welcoming and friendly especially the waiters and doormen. The comments about tipping are so true. Just a few dinar occasionally brings smiles and good service. We stayed all inclusive and the drinks were OK. The major drawback was the food. As we were there for 2 weeks the food got very repetitive and was of a very mixed quality. I know by staying here that a turkey is not just for Christmas as we were served it most days, sometimes as turkey but others with the label poultry! Sometimes it was OK and other not. The fish was exactly the same. Lunches were better than dinner. Breakfast fine but no variety but freshly squeezed orange juice and mint tea served by a man sitting Moroccan style on the floor were a nice touch. I am coeliac so the restaurant manager guided me to the food I could eat (usually turkey!).. The entertainment too was mixed but the area by the entrance where it took place could be cold so make sure if you are there in winter you take something warm to wear both in the mornings and evenings. Our Thomson rep Sandra was great and when our departure for Manchester was delayed she made sure we were kept up to date and stayed with us. We also booked the Hamman and massage which was excellent and a great 4x4 trip into the Atlas mountains where we saw the true Morocco. We really liked Agadir as a resort and will hopefully return but probably not to this hotel and probably bed and breakfast as there are some lovely restaurants at reasonable prices to take the opportunity of dining out.More
jennyandmike, Leeds, United Kingdom
First class all inclusive
My boyfriend and I stayed at this hotel last week. It was our first all inclusive holiday and i really could not fault this hotel. We had a great time. The bedroom was very modern and clean. We even booked a twin as no doubles available but they made this up as a double before we arrived by pushing the two beds together. The view to the sea was stunning. The food and drinks are endless and soooooo much choice. Lastly the service was brilliant. Everyone is friendly and helpful. Only thing I would mention is shop around for day trips if you are going to Agadir as the holiday package agents add on a fee where as the local companies are more cost effective.More
Lady_E605, Guildford, United Kingdom
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