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Elegant and impressive are two words which describe this sophisticated and spacious hotel. The hotel is a place where tradition, luxury and technology all come together to create a relaxed atmosphere. It has 650 rooms including 33 suites located in 1 central bloc with 4 lifts. Room service is available 24-hours. It is air-conditioned and has a lobby with 24-hour reception, a safe, hairdresser's salon, a well-equipped games room and a nightclub capable of accommodating up to 200 patrons, as well as bar, dining and conference facilities.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is set among palm trees right on the edge of the most beautiful beaches in Tunisia.
Distance from Airport
Enfidha International airport is situated 38Km from the hotel.
The rooms are oriental style, and come equipped with en suite bathroom with shower and separate WC, direct dial telephone, loggia, satellite TV (a variety of channels) and a mini-bar on request (at a charge). All rooms come with individually adjustable air conditioning and magnetic cards locking system. Suites contain a typical living room and two separate bedrooms.
Food & Drink
The hotel offers a large restaurant with table d'hôtes menu and a buffet service. There is also an à la carte restaurant with occasional shows, and seating for 120 patrons. The English pub Le Pêcheur has seating for up to 180 patrons. Beach restaurant can accommodate up to 300, and is open during the summer season.
Sports & Entertainment
Guests may avail of the gym, two saunas, massage facilities and daily entertainment program. There are also 4 swimming pools where guests can enjoy a refreshing dip and a games room.
My Husband (Fiancé at the time) and I actually stayed here in September 2012, this review is obviously a bit delayed but hopefully still helpful! The hotel was nice, not wonderful but nice, clean...
My Husband (Fiancé at the time) and I actually stayed here in September 2012, this review is obviously a bit delayed but hopefully still helpful! The hotel was nice, not wonderful but nice, clean facilities and good space in the rooms that were well air conditioned but it wasn't anything special, just very standard and quite plain. The other areas of the hotel were well maintained and the dining area was very large, and the hotel lobby was very open and gave it quite a grand feel with the big staircases and huge pool. The pool and outdoor areas were great, I really appreciated how they had cornered off the beach so people could not try to sell you things unless you went past a certain point, and there was the added convenience of an outdoor bar which made pool days nice and easy. We went just as the peak season was coming to an end so never had any problem with getting sun loungers or getting a good selection of food for dinner. The selection of food was actually great, there was always lots to choose from and it was always hot and fresh. The staff were always polite and friendly and made my husband and I feel very comfortable. Our experience in Tunisia outside of the hotel was not so good, we went for a walk down the beach and some of the local residents kept following us and asking why we were so 'white' and staring, one morning quite early I went to dip my toes in the ocean whilst my husband was sleeping only to be letched at by creepy men, and hounded by people trying to sell rugs and head scarves. We went out on a day trip arranged by the hotel to go on a pirate ship, the actual experience itself was fun but the men made me feel rather uncomfortable despite being suitably clothed. Driving to the ship was also a bit of a nightmare, it was in a very rickety old white van that had no seatbelts, worn seats and could only be described as something resembling Rodney Trotter's dodgy 3 wheeler. Once on the jetty waiting to board the ship, our group was bombarded by people trying to sell stuff and promotional people using monkeys and birds to try and get us to see a show (I am a veterinary nurse so I was rather offended by this)... Basically, out of the grounds of the hotel, everything was run down and it was quite clearly not a nice area. It was good to experience Tunisia but due to the fact that the men kept staring at me, and we were hounded everywhere we went, we would not go back as it is not a safe place to just be able to explore. Outside of the hotel grounds we felt on edge, unsafe, and just wanted to get back.
i want to thanks all the team of animation specialy the 3 good dancers nd comedian they make us happy and laughing all time (leo nd marwen and Gabi ) and the rest of the team. The hotel is so nice...
i want to thanks all the team of animation specialy the 3 good dancers nd comedian they make us happy and laughing all time (leo nd marwen and Gabi ) and the rest of the team. The hotel is so nice, it looks very good. Rooms are cleaning everyday, bathrooms are clean and nice. Every room has a clima and balcony. If you tell in the recepcion and give some money you will have a room to the beach. On the beach are seats for free, you just bring towels from home. Sea is clean ale hot. On the beach is a bar too. There is a restaurant too so you can eat there a lunch. All the stuff are good, they are polite. All the day is fun, this hotel is in the city so it is good for young people who want to go to disco and like night life. For sure i will come to this hotel again next year. :-)
very good resort type hotel, nice to stay here, food is not pure indian, but average, hotel locaton is also good, staff is average, but happy to help, i am happy to stay here, good hotel, fully...
very good resort type hotel, nice to stay here, food is not pure indian, but average, hotel locaton is also good, staff is average, but happy to help, i am happy to stay here, good hotel, fully recomed,
Stayed in this hotel a month or so back just after the tragic incident that occurred on the beach of Sousse. All I can say is the hotel was placed in a great location the food was good with a good...
Stayed in this hotel a month or so back just after the tragic incident that occurred on the beach of Sousse. All I can say is the hotel was placed in a great location the food was good with a good variety plenty of choice through out the day snacks on all day long from the pool area and beyond the bar staff were great given they were dwindling in number day by day not knowing if they would be at work the next day this has no reflection on the hotel more the fact what had happened a week earlier. This hotel accom 1600 we were among 300 guests and they were dwindling so it was inevitable that staff were been laid off. More about the Hotel A magnificent setting with huge columns and marble all round the pool was massive I walked around the grounds which were impressive but mainly closed off due to not enough guests in the hotel but lovely grounds all the same the room was roomy enough clean and tidy the cleaners worked hard. the restaurant was clean at all meal times food was fair to good most of the time not always up to temperature but still very tasty a good choice English and Tunisian great European choice hams cheese olives I would be very willing to go back to this hotel again. My only gripe is the beer im a beer pig and love nothing more that a nice beer / lager. This is not the hotels fault though if you check google it is all the same looks like its come from the pool sluice tank cloudy yellow but you get used to it and get on with your holiday. One other thing we got evacuated a day early the guy who does the money exchange refused to change my English money to pay for my taxi he had a bad attitude the only member of staff in the hotel who was not friendly Jobsworth. thanks for the help mate (NOT) I hope that people return to Tunisia again as the tragic events that occurred have had a devastating effect on peoples lives out there not only are the hotels suffering building sites shut down just about every trade in the towns and city's have been effected as a knock on effect