Kenzi Club Agdal Medina Hotel
(Marrakech (Morocco)) 4 4 Star:
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Nestling in the shade of the silver olive tree groves, overlooking the breath taking Atlas Mountains, the Kenzi Club Agdal Medina Hotel is encrusted like a precious jewel in a ten hectors’ setting, to combine a full range of leisure activities with the best in contemporary design, with the prestigious Kenzi Club Agdal Medina Hotel.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 60
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Heated: Yes
- Free: No
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:30
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 5347 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 12/2017, relaxed48 wrote this review.
Just spent 5 days here. Amazing staff so friendly especially amination team they couldn't do enough for us. Had room with shared private pool and staff on hand all day. Weather been great until today and now raining! Preparing us for return to London… See more
Just spent 5 days here. Amazing staff so friendly especially amination team they couldn't do enough for us. Had room with shared private pool and staff on hand all day. Weather been great until today and now raining! Preparing us for return to London. Would thoroughly recommend Collapse
Good, but definitely not 5*
Stay Date: 12/2017, Emma G wrote this review.
We wanted a relaxing week out of London, and it was definitely chill. Good things: our brilliant super-smiley waiter at breakfast and lunch, who always found us a table and remembered coffee order etc,the dinner at the Moroccan a la carte (SO MUCH FO… See more
We wanted a relaxing week out of London, and it was definitely chill. Good things: our brilliant super-smiley waiter at breakfast and lunch, who always found us a table and remembered coffee order etc,the dinner at the Moroccan a la carte (SO MUCH FOOD, not to mention the excellent Royal Couscous, plus great service and a lovely musician), the peaceful Privilege riad (and amazing service for drinks and food there too). Beautiful gardens. Good sized rooms, large bed, house wine okay. Not so good: room not serviced until 5/6pm of a night, one day ran out of loo roll, hit and miss as to whether mini bar would be topped up or not! Food average, variety of food very average, and when it was Prophet’s Day... feeding frenzy comes to mind. A ten-minute wait for an egg... And kids running around everywhere! The ‘cocktails’ at the pool bar didn’t have any alcohol in them. No matter what you see poured, there ain’t no alcohol in there! Shuttle bus to Medina good, but be aware of the touts that accost you as soon as you step off the bus, they are not from the hotel, despite what they suggest (and it is a little annoying that the hotel themselves don’t do anything to warn you of this fact). If you can, brush up on your French before you go, it is not a necessity but we found it helpful. The spa - well, the spa was more of a hustle than a spa! We booked relatively expensive massages (£50/50mins essential oils massage) and still had to pay another £10 on top to use the cold swimming pool with a few jets. It was not that comfy in there, or the threadbare robes and man-size crocs (I am a size-4-wearing woman and had to take them off to avoid slipping down the marble stairs) and the customer service on the reception desk left a lot to be desired. Therapists were excellent however. All in all, we got what we paid for in this holiday deal, great for a cheap last-minute break but don’t expect actual 5* treatment. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, Sezz91 wrote this review.
My boyfriend and I stayed here for a week in the middle of November and absolutely loved our time here. The weather was nice, not too hot but warm and pleasant. As we went out of season the resort was quiet and we didn’t have to worry about finding a… See more
My boyfriend and I stayed here for a week in the middle of November and absolutely loved our time here. The weather was nice, not too hot but warm and pleasant. As we went out of season the resort was quiet and we didn’t have to worry about finding a sun bed at all and meal times weren’t too busy. The staff were really friendly and helpful. Upon arrival everything was explained to us about the meal times and the free shuttle into town and we were driven to a room on a gulf buggy and our bags taken inside for us. We were surprised at the amount of entertainment and activities put on at the hotel. Quite a wide range. We took part in a few of them and really enjoyed them. The language barrier doesn’t get in the way too much as my boyfriend who speaks no French at all was able to understand and take part as all the animation staff speak English. A special mention to the animation staff who work from morning until late at night with a smile on their faces. They’re very welcoming and friendly and make an effort to chat to you whilst your chilling by the pool or having a drink in the bar to make sure you’re having a good time and to encourage you into the vast range of activities. Special thanks to Yousaff who noticed we were newbies on our first day and gave us a warm welcome. The food is nice with a wide range of cuisine. The themed nights is a nice touch so the food doesn’t get too samey. The wine at dinner is very nice, we recommend it. Oh and make sure you have the mint tea too! The alcohol does taste watered down as it does in most of these kind of places but it’s not terrible. Just stick with the wine if you’re that fussy. Our room was really nice and the maids decorated the bed differently every day; once we had rose petals, another time they created a heart shape from the bed covers. We were given bottled water most days and once received a bottle of wine. Sometimes though they forgot to give us water but we took this from the restaurant when we didn't have any in our room. The smaller pool is heated so we stayed around there. The larger pool isn’t and is quite chilly but this wouldn’t be an issue in the summer heat. Overall a very nice holiday and we hope to visit again. Collapse
Winter Sunshine at Kenzi Club Hotel
Stay Date: 11/2017, rappers100 wrote this review.
I have just returned from Marrakech having stayed a week at the Kenzi Club Hotel Agdal Medina in the last full week of Nov 2017. The hotel is located about 15mins from the airport in Marrakech. The weather was still good, no rain all week, 25C dur… See more
I have just returned from Marrakech having stayed a week at the Kenzi Club Hotel Agdal Medina in the last full week of Nov 2017. The hotel is located about 15mins from the airport in Marrakech. The weather was still good, no rain all week, 25C during the day, getting cooler around 6pm, and you definitely need a jumper or coat after 8pm this time of the year. Most of the locals are wrapped up warm at this time. You won't have many worries with this hotel. It is quite a large complex, we stayed in the Roseaire Riad which had its own pool and snack bar, but found the water too cold for us, so we used the pool next to the snack bar which was heated. There is also an indoor pool within the spa which is heated, but you need to pay extra for this. 100DH's onto your bill. The room was large enough with a balcony, although the view wasn't exactly breathtaking. We could see the planes landing at the airport in the distance, but don't worry there is no noise issue with planes taking off. The staff were friendly and would greet you in the morning and were very helpful if you needed something. The food in the restaurant was nice, well presented and cooked, but get there early as it got cold quick. Only the tajine delicacies are kept heated whilst on display. But you did seem to get a lot of the same for lunch and dinner. They also had themed days. i.e Italian night, Moroccan night etc.. Tip: The coffee in the mornings was usually barely warm. You need to specifically request a hot one or you will just get a jug off an empty table! The best coffee is available from the pool snack bar. Outside of meal times you can get drinks and snacks at the pool snack bar, but food is limited to omelettes, crepes, ice cream, small pastries. The hotel has a majority of French guests, so French is the main language spoken, but this was not a problem as most of the staff spoke enough English to understand what you wanted, and menus and notices are in both French and English. The main bar doesn't open until 6pm (whilst we were there anyway), but the cocktail drinks tasted awful. Other drinks are OK if you can do without alcohol. At this time of year the entertainment is in the bar rather than on the outside stage. The entertainment team work really hard during the day and night to keep you amused. They put on a show each night although the routines were a bit samey on some days. Not much to do otherwise at night. Only 2 English speaking TV channels, one was sky news. We went 10-pin bowling at the Opera Plaza Hotel, 40DH's per person per frame. It opens late so worth a visit. There is also a go-karting track opposite the front of the hotel. It looks closed down, but it isn't. Costs 250DH's for a 10min session. Cheaper if you book more sessions at the time. Opens from midday until 8pm at this time of year. Definitely worth a visit if you are into motor sport. The Souks are best done at night for the visual effect. Lots of haggling and bargaining over prices. Never take the first price seriously, and offer less than half to allow wriggle room for yourself. You'll be amazed how the price drops when you start to walk away! To get there just take the free shuttle bus outside the hotel, which drops you off behind the Koutoubia mosque, just a short walk away from the square and souks. Yes, people will hassle you and some will even follow you around as your "guide" leading you to certain stalls in the hope of some financial reward. Always be nice, and just be firm with the no thank you's if you don't want to buy. There are many restaurants around and worth doing to avoid the eventual monotomy of the all inclusive food at Kenzi. Menara Mall is worth checking out. It has a number of well known restaurant chains in the front and a plush but small shopping mall on 3 levels inside. I believe it shuts at 6:30pm at this time of year and 11pm in summer. We used the excursions available from the hotel. Pricey, but way more convenient. The agent is in the lobby from about 09:00 and there is also an ATM in the lobby to get the cash to pay for your excursion as he only does cash! Camel rides, Quad biking, Guided City Tours, Atlas Mountain Tour, a visit to the Waterfalls and more are all on offer here. Overall, Kenzi Club Agdal was a very good choice even in November. We enjoyed our stay there and would return although it would preferably be in the summer. Collapse
Average hotel stay
Stay Date: 10/2017, Balle S wrote this review.
My husband and I visited Morocco in October to grab some winter sunshine. The rooms were of a good standard and the pools were clean and fun. The food however was very basic and on some days, not particularly nice. This hotel is definitely catered fo… See more
My husband and I visited Morocco in October to grab some winter sunshine. The rooms were of a good standard and the pools were clean and fun. The food however was very basic and on some days, not particularly nice. This hotel is definitely catered for families and not well suited for couples. Overall, a nice stay but we would not visit again. Collapse
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