Welcome to Kenzi Azghor, your Ouarzazate “home away from home.” Kenzi Azghor aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Kasbah of Tifoultoute (1.9 mi), located nearby, makes Kenzi Azghor a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Ouarzazate landmark.
Kenzi Azghor Hotel is a hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The hotel features room service and a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Ouarzazate. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out La Rose Des Sables Restaurant Pizzeria, which is an Italian restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Ouarzazate is also home to Taourirt Kasbah, a popular architectural building that is not too far from Kenzi Azghor.
Kenzi Azghor puts the best of Ouarzazate at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Don't hesitate to book at this hotel, you will like it for sure. The staff are very professional, the rooms are very clean & comfortable and the swimming pool is just amazing. This is the third time we stay at KENZI AZGHOR and we will be back again.
This was one of the worst hotels on our two week tour to Morocco. Really disappointing! Everything is old, worn down.... The food was barely edible...I can't say even one good thing about this hotel Try to avoid!
We were in Ouarzazate for just one night so it is difficult to judge the quality of the hotel and its amenities based on a short stay, The room was fine, beds were comfy, and the bathroom was basic. The shower worked and the toilet flushed. The dinner and breakfast buffet was basic and to,erable. If we wanted first class accommodations and dining experiences and were willing to pay the price, we would not have traveled to smaller cities in Morocco. The attraction of the Kenzi Aghour hotel is its location and proximity to a wonderful spice shop just a short walk away and in the opposite direction is the night market that goes on for blocks. It has open air vendors selling a variety of goods and many small shops that carry Moroccan arts and crafts, spices, jewelry, clothing, and a wide variety of foodstuffs. More time should be spent sampling local goods.…
While on a 2 week tour of Morocco, we stayed in 7 different hotels in as many cities. Most of our hotels were 4 and 5 star and absolutely wonderful. This one however was a major disappointment. Apparently there aren't many hotels in this area and this supposedly is one of the best. Yikes ... very old, paint coming off walls, everything very worn and the entire building smelled old. The food was average and our room was adequate with a very slow internet. Just very disappointing compared to the other hotels we were fortunate enough to stay in. This one definitely needs a face lift.
This is a very average hotel, clean rooms, but very dated and in need of better internet connection, more plug-ins, better white towels(ours were grayish). Our biggest problem was that our room was the first one above the reception area and we heard all the noise from the large open spaces below, plus every person walking past to get to their strangley-layed out rooms. We were told that this was a "humble" hotel, yet clean. That would be our description, too. The dining area looks out to a beautiful pool and setting, the best part of the hotel. Breakfast, as was stated previously, was good, nothing special however.
The layout of this hotel is a little awkward and it was not intuitive to find our room. The room was nice, basic, standard. They have phones now unlike recently prior. The nicest part of the hotel is the pool area. Beautiful view of the town from the back terrace. Pleasant place to relax. Dinner and breakfast were fine. The hotel is in a walking distance to all the attractions of Ouarzazate including the Kasbah and the souk.
We spent a night there and this hotel has some pros and cons - hair dryer in the bathroom but not a safe, good dinner but very dull and dissapointing breakfast. We liked the night club with 2 player and a good choice of coktails and drinks.
This property has a lovely back deck with a pool, but the rest of the property is sorely lacking in wi-fi which is limited to only on section of the lobby and amenities in the rooms. The towels are very rough and threadbare. The breakfast is basic. I would call this a below average accommodation. The staff is nice enough, but the rooms are very difficult to find. It was the least attractive property on our Gate 1 tour. It's kind of a step about a hostel.
We arrived with a group tour on November 7, 2018. The hotel is in poor condition. The room had no phone so our wake up call was a knock on the door. No hair dryer in the room. The internet only works in lobby and is poor. The spa was a disaster! The broken glass on the entry door was my first clue. It had been abandoned. If you can find something else to stay I would encourage you to do so.
Cosmetic aside, it was an older hotel with great architectural details. It was clean, the food was satisfactory, and the staff was very helpful. It was walking distance to the town square and the Medina. The internet was only available in the lobby, there were no elevators if you had mobility problems. But they rear terrace had a magnificent view of the city of Ouarzazate. Nothing luxurious, Good value for your money if you are on a budget.
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