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This luxurious hotel is situated in the heart of the city of Agadir, just 100 metres from the golden sandy beaches and only 30 minutes away from International Mohamed V Airport. The beautifully appointed guest rooms all feature air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, minibar and safe. A variety of dining options are available to guests including the “El Ambra”, “Riyadh” and “Valentino” restaurants which serve freshly cooked Moroccan, international and Italian specialities. The “English Bar” with it's pianist, offers a relaxing atmosphere for guests to escape in.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Open to: Mar
- Open from: Nov
- Heated: Yes
- Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: AGADIR ALMASSIRA
- Distance: 28 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:00
- Monday to Friday: 06:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Airport Name: Agadir Almassira Distance: 28 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1282 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Perfect for couples
Stay Date: 11/2017, Mahamed A wrote this review.
Stayed here with my partener. Room and food was great. Wicked night clubs and beach a stone throw away. Don't be put off. All inclusive was spot on. Be aware of the street beggers not too intimidating. Staff spoke English and were very kind.
Stayed here with my partener. Room and food was great. Wicked night clubs and beach a stone throw away. Don't be put off. All inclusive was spot on. Be aware of the street beggers not too intimidating. Staff spoke English and were very kind. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, arch1960 wrote this review.
We stayed here 6th-13 November,I went with an open mind after reading all the reviews on Tripadvisor. We arrived mid afternoon, along with several other guests off the Manchester flight, to be greeted by a surly brusque male and stressed female on re… See more
We stayed here 6th-13 November,I went with an open mind after reading all the reviews on Tripadvisor. We arrived mid afternoon, along with several other guests off the Manchester flight, to be greeted by a surly brusque male and stressed female on reception, our passports were taken & everyone was told to come back in an hour. First impressions, large reception area with seating, very small bar,large resturant and terrace. We were given room keys , no information on where things were or times of meals etc. We were in block 2 on the 6th floor, large room,mega sized bed. Oh dear, the bathroom, broken toilet seat that slid around,ominous looking brown smear on the tiles by the bidet,brown stain on the toilet cistern,stains on the floor tiles & smears all over the mirror. These stains were still there the day we left, no way did the maid clean in here, yes, towels were changed & toilet paper& toiletries replenished but no way were the tiles or mirror cleaned.The floor in the room was never mopped either, I wiped the tiles & the finger marks in the dust stayed all week,this was in front of the wardrobe. In the wardrobe was a fridge & safe,the safe is 175dirhams a week. The fridge had a dirty towel in it,yet again this was still there when we left 7 days later,needless to say we never used the fridge as there was no socket to plug it in.The shelves in the wardrobe were rotten and sharp on the edges. Decent sized balcony over looking the Best Western next door, we never got sun on the balcony. This block is cold, several guests had asked for heaters in the rooms, as it never gets the sun. Food-- We were always up for breakfast around 7am, wafer thin cheese slices,1 type of sliced cold meat,salads,beans,eggs,pastries,bread,a toaster,drinks machine,fresh juice,panckes,3 type of cereals,1 of which was a mixture of the other 2 !! Lunch-- salads,paninis,burgers,quiche, same every day, veg,chips,pasta a couple of meat dishes & a fish dish. Small cakes, fruit salad & 2 types of ice cream. All the cakes we tried tasted the same, the almond tart was really nice. The evening meal was the same as lunch, except they seem to rehash lunch time dishes at night,example, grilled peppers at lunch came as pepper salad at night. Iam happy with salad everyday,but they dont offer cheeses or cold meats only at breakfast which I thought was odd. Mid afternoon they serve pastries & crepes. There are no snacks available ,no crisps,nuts ,no ice cream other than at lunchtime. The interior is very run down,needs a complete refurbishment. Only 1 lift was working & this was very jerky and juddery, there is no indication as to what floor you are stopping on inside the lift, when the lift stops you have to leave the lift to look above the corridor as to what floor you are on, several time we got out on the wrong floor . The grounds are well tended and there are plenty of sunbeds, towels are available,you pay a deposit for them though.There is a small childrens area, petanque,football & a tennis court. The entertainment is dire, its the same everyday, the animation team did their best but sorry not good enough,no variety. The bar is small & has the smallest selection of drinks Ive ever seen in a hotel, I have more variety in my home. The alcohol on all inclusive must have the minimum amount of alcohol in them to be classed alcoholic. The only decent drink was pastis/pernod which actually tasted alcoholic. You can get coffee but they only give you half a cup full each time. A couple of times I was ignored whilst the bar staff served other guests not on all inclusive. The bar closes at 11.30 pm . Reception, rude & brusque middle aged man, black glasses,slicked back black hair in a suit, ignored us several times or pointed us to move further down reception,but he had no trouble peaking or dealing with non europeans. 2 younger guys on reception wearing tunic style uniform often ignored guests & carried on chatting to each other in Arabic. Several of the guests we spoke to had suffered diarrhoea & sickness including couples from Preston,Bradford,Castleford & Barnsley,but who knows the cause, too many issues not to pinpoint one particular thing. We holiday 4-5 times a year & this by far was not worth the money at all, paid almost £900 for 2 of us for the week. First & last time we will stay at the Kenzi Europa. Collapse
Not a 4 star hotel.
Stay Date: 11/2017, pkirk2 wrote this review.
This is my own experience of the hotel following a recent stay. We were given a room in building 1. Although the room wasn't ready when we arrived we were asked to have dinner first. After finishing dinner we were taken to the room by a porter. There… See more
This is my own experience of the hotel following a recent stay. We were given a room in building 1. Although the room wasn't ready when we arrived we were asked to have dinner first. After finishing dinner we were taken to the room by a porter. There are 2 lift shafts of which 1 was out of order for the entire duration of our stay, the lift that was in service was therefore busy and erratic and felt very jerky when travelling. The room, although clean, hadn't received a deep clean and didn't receive one whilst we were there, even though the room was cleaned daily. Our room was situated with a view over the town square, at the rear of the hotel and was high enough up to quieten any noise from the pool area and garden, although nothing can quiet the sound of the call to the locals for the mosques. The bed was huge, really huge and comfortable , ample wardrobe space, a safe was in the wardrobe, the charge for using it was 175 dhms per week. The bathroom had the usual toilet, bath / shower ( not very powerful ), bidet, wash basin and hairdryer. The balcony was large enough to have 2 chairs and a table. We stayed all inclusive, the dining room was large and separated into 2 areas. Salad was available every meal. Breakfast was a choice of salad, hams ,cheese, cereals, toast or various breads, croissants and pastries, boiled eggs. Fried ages and omelettes were prepared by the chef at the counter, beans and tomatoes and fruits. Fresh juice was available as were fresh pancakes and crepes. Dinner was salads, chips, freshly meats ( mainly chicken or turkey )tagines, beef ragouts, panini, burger,pastas, fish, a barbecue every lunch of (on rotation) chicken, turkey, fish, sausage. The usual selection of deserts. The evening meal was similar to the lunch, just alternating between meats, most of which were cooked fresh at the counter. Waiting staff were plentiful and mostly courteous. The all inclusive drinks included bottles water and beer, soft drinks like coke. Also a variety of spirits were available, but only vaguely reminiscent of the name on the bottle. I usually stick to whisky but did not like the variety available, so went through all available spirits where I ascertained that only the pastis tasted as it should. However, no limits on what you wanted. Even tea and coffees were available until midnight. The garden was large and in terraced around the pool sections,the pool slides open for a couple of hours morning and afternoon. Activities were planned daily, but were always the same, the evening entertainment we didn't see ( out of choice). Sun beds were always available. A cash machine is available in the reception area or cash can be exchanged at the counter. Most of the hotel staff can speak English. The hotel is situated 30 seconds away from the beach but wedding avail ourselves of the Kenzi private beach. To get to the beach you do have to run the gamut of both beggars and lucky lucky men, which can be entertaining, and of course, the wonderfully erratic driving of the locals. The beach area, as is the most of Agadir, is well patrolled by the local police along with a couple of fully armed soldiers, they also patrol on quad bikes. Collapse
Thumbs up for this hotel !!
Stay Date: 11/2017, MariaM1710 wrote this review.
In reading some of the horrendous reviews "Worst Hotel Ever " I do wonder if these people were staying in the same hotel as me. Arrived on Saturday 4th Nov to quite a busy reception area, not a problem waited our turn & were given our room key & dir… See more
In reading some of the horrendous reviews "Worst Hotel Ever " I do wonder if these people were staying in the same hotel as me. Arrived on Saturday 4th Nov to quite a busy reception area, not a problem waited our turn & were given our room key & directions to our room on the 7th floor right beside the lift, which always worked & we couldn't hear a sound from it in our room. Location - Couldn't fault the location, it's in the centre of everything, across the road from the beach & market. We walked everywhere, day & night & never at anytime felt unsafe. Room - Spacious, clean with a view over the pool & sea, shampoo & soap provided, no shower gel so bring your own. Room is cleaned every morning & fresh towels left. Fridge & safe in the room, if you ask in the bar you can get bottled water & you can bring fruit up from the buffet & leave in your fridge for snacks. We left our patio door open all the time & had a lovely breeze. There is a charge for the safe. Sunbathing & pool - 2 pools, 3 areas to sunbathe, pool, garden & beach. No waiter service but heyyyyy I've legs & not beyond getting my own drinks. The hotel entertainment team are very respectful & not intrusive at all, If you wanted to engage it was there for you. Music was played around the pool, not too loud & a must for me - No entertainment staff yelling barely audible sounds into microphones !! Food - "Delicious", not one person I spoke to had food poisoning. There is fresh salads daily, crisp unwithered lettuce & tomatoes, waiters constantly buzzing around cleaning tables & serving drinks. Always a poultry dish & either beef or lamb available, plenty of fresh vegetables & pasta. You can see the staff cooking the food behind the buffet area & the meat & fish dishes are cooked in front of you. Staff - very courteous & friendly. They were never rude to me & I never saw them being any thing other than respectful to anyone else. The bar staff were always up for a chat when they weren't busy, asking how you were, were you having a good time, the usual chit chat. You can smoke in the bar, it's quite a small area & as a non smoker this didn't appeal to me at all. This would be the one thing I would change, as cigar smoke can be quite nauseating, so we always sat outside. Weather - It got quite chilly at night & when it was cloudy so definitely bring long sleeve tops or a light jacket. Checkout - Our pickup time was 3am. For 4 of us, the hotel opened the restaurant at 2.30am, laid on a waiter & fresh coffee, pastries & baguettes !!! I have NEVER had this type of service in any other hotel. We came here for some rest & relaxation which we got. This is not a wild loud hotel, if this is what you're looking for this is not the hotel for you. Would I return YES, would I recommend the hotel YES.. Collapse
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Stay Date: 11/2017, aaronj518 wrote this review.
Well I must say it's a good clean hotel place to be its down to earth food is good staff are good went here to visit our friends staying here we where across the road I would gave swap to this hotel any time.
Well I must say it's a good clean hotel place to be its down to earth food is good staff are good went here to visit our friends staying here we where across the road I would gave swap to this hotel any time. Collapse
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