Ratings based on 64 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 out of 5
89% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by mehdi

Best hotel in Tunisia, can t go wrong with this on

Posted 30-Jun-2014
Pros: good service
Cons: We had a room that smelled a little because of aeration problems, certainly not due to the cleaning ladies who did an excellent job.
Very good service and excellent food. The beach menu is a bit so so, but over all its all worth it
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Decent hotel

Posted 20-Apr-2014
Decent hotel but is not value for money. It needs to step down a notch in its prices
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Charlotte from Canada

Very good place quiet but lots to do

Posted 17-Apr-2014
Pros: Staff, very visually beautiful, not your typical high rise which was nice.
Cons: Would have liked it if the pool was heated. We were there in April and Ocean was still too cold as was the pool.
Location: Good location walking distance to town and lots to do on property as well if you like to stick around hotel. We ventured out for most of our stay.
We really enjoyed our stay here. Staff were very helpful and kind.Would have a view of the ocean but the hotel is set in such a way to keep it peaceful and very full of lovely trees and courtyards.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Nice clean hotel...Close to the beach

Posted 09-Mar-2014
Had a good time there. .. Close enough to the medina... You can get to it via a nice walk on the beach. .. we were there odd season so it was lovely and quiet
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Noodle from Paris

Value for money hotel by the beach

Posted 19-Feb-2014
Cons: Fix all the little imperfections so that it would really be a 5 star hotel
Location: Nearby, there isn't much. A few local cafes, restaurants mainly for the locals. Hammamet Yasmine is about 10 minutes away by taxi, great for tourists
Young bloke here in Tunisia working, so I decided to take a weekend break to Hammamet to stay by the beach and relax. Went to this hotel because it was decently priced and the reviews were positive. However, when I got there, the staff weren't as welcoming to me as they were to their other "older", Ralf Lauren, Prada, Gucci wearing guests. Snotty came to mind. Bare in mind, I was dressed appropriately To the hotel itself... I could see that this hotel used to be a 5 star hotel, but I wouldn't give it this rating anymore. First problem I came across was the card power switch. It wasn't very well fixed to the wall and heard sparks every time I went to put my card in or get it out. Second problem I found was when I was running a bath; the overflow hole wasn't connected. So all the water ended up on the floor. Other than that, there were minor imperfections here and there, things that I haven't seen in other 5 star hotels. The good stuff now... Breakfast is amazing, great variety of choice. The semi-private beach is lovely. Lovely golden white sand, clean water, clean beach, plenty of space (it wasn't peak season), the views from the pool/bar are stunning. They have a good choice of drinks and if you don't want alcohol, even though it's not on their menu, they can make you virgin cocktails. The rooms themselves are very clean. Just the right size, not overly big and not small. Overall, for the price I paid, I'm satisfied. I just wish they would have been more welcoming
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by tamsin cook from buckinghamshire

Good pools and beach

Posted 07-Oct-2013
Clean, friendly hotel with nice pools and good private beach. Limited restaurants due to late in season, eager helpful staff with good overall services. 5 star pool facilities but 4 star internal decor and maintenance . Could do with some aesthetic work but good overall. Spa was nice and well priced. Very popular with Europeans
3 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from USA

Nice but not 5 stars hotel

Posted 17-Sep-2013 on Hotels.com
I just stay for a week it was good but price is high not recommanded as 5 stars probably 4
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by MsAnon from London, UK

Quiet, relaxing - very indulgent

Posted 24-Jun-2013
Pros: Beautiful coastline, stunning beach, gym facilities and lots of swimming
Cons: Quite remote from historical/cultural sights
Location: Very reliant on the tourist industry, so not much to see in the local area - very popular with sun-seekers
I stayed at this hotel in June - but even then it seemed quite quiet and peaceful. Local families turned up to use the beach and pools at the weekend, but otherwise it was pretty low-key (those looking for a party destination may be disappointed). The medina (souk, museum) is about 30 mins walk away along the beach, which is a nice walk - but there isn't much there unless you're really into shopping and bargaining. I didn't get as much hassle as I'd worried I would (as a single woman); I got a few compliments, but nothing too aggressive. The hotel staff is helpful and courteous, although the restaurant food seemed over-priced. I went to the mini mart about 5 mins away on the main street to pick up snacks a couple of times instead. You won't need beach or pool towels as these are supplied, and staff nearby will set things up for you; it's a free service, but you might like to tip a few dinar in return. The hotel has an exchange service at reasonable rates, and an ATM - but you can't change from TDN to other currencies (and you can't leave the country with Dinar, so you'll probably only want to change small amounts at a time). Avoid the hotel-provided taxi to/fromthe airport - they charge around £40 per private car for the single trip, but you can arrange shuttle transfers from the UK/elsewhere for around £10. There's quite a hard sell on the spa services; my massage wasn't particularly cheap, and a little too hands-on ... but a nice change from lying on the beach.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Alex from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK

Live it but watch out for Sundays

Posted 19-Jun-2013
Pros: Rooms, style and overall approach - definately cool
Cons: Sundays!!!
This is our little luxury bolt hole for a gorgeous getaway..been many times. One thing to note is that because the hotel is 'the place to be and be seen' on saturdays and Sundays it does open to members who are not residents. These people are definately 5 star types but you might find that service drops for residents as the focus shifts to members. Defibatrly on beach where front row beds are 'reserved' for members! Frustrating at first but once you know this, Sunday is a good day to go elsewhere :-) that said we love it and will be back again next year!!
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Personal Event
by Miss Kyeme

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 10-Jun-2013 on Hotels.com