My husband I booked a week's stay at Residence Le Corail and we liked it so much, we ended up staying on another 3 days. The price was right, and we really liked the fact that it had it's own kitchen so we could cook our own meals. It's actually classified as a 'speciality' hotel. It was more like an apartment than a hotel room, but it had 2 pools, and beautiful gardens surrounding the complex. It was located in the heart of Yasmine Hammamet (south) within walking distance to restaurants, shops and tourist attractions. The staff were friendly and I would definitely go there again.
The room was simple and very clean, upon arrival the room maid came to make sure that everything was to our satisfaction which of course it was! Hot water stops after mid-night until around seven in the morning, but it didn't affect us. We arrived in the afternoon just past lunch time, but there are some eating places and small shops, the closest ones are about 3 minutes walking from the hotel (on the left-side near the junction). Dinner at the hotel has a good selection of food, both continental and local. Some dishes are freshly made on demand, for example pasta, grilled meat and brik (a Tunisian local snack, deep-fried pancake with fillings, delicious). The waiters in the restaurant are very friendly, and all the dishes have names in English displayed, dining there you won't be disappointed. Staff in the hotel are very welcoming towards tourists, we can't speak much French but that didn't matter at all - receptionists speak good English and were helpful at giving us advice on how to get around Tunisia.
The staff were very friendly, the room was lovely and kept clean , and as I travelled alone, it was a good central position to where I know in Hammamet. The hotel is one I would stay in again definately .
"Good for young couples-but remember the ear plugs"
We really enjoyed our stay here. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable. The staff were polite and always helpful. Dinner in the restaurant downstairs is a must.
Breakfast was a big let down. Really bad quality pastries and bread and horrendous coffee - it was luke warm at best. At night the club down the road is very loud. However if you're a deep sleeper or pack a pair of war plugs, you'll be fine.
Robert from London, UK
Ideally located between the resort of Hammamet and Nabeul on the eastern Tunisian costline, in the green setting of its …More
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