Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Optional dining in the themed restaurants 1st May-31st October and Pecheur restaurant July-August.
Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.
Coffee and cakes.
Cool off in either of the two pools. The first is encircled with a capacious sun terrace, and the second is surrounded by landscaped gardens. One is a saltwater pool, and so the children don't feel left out, one of the pools has a separate kids' section.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner head to the buffet restaurant. With show-cooking stations and dishes being prepared right in front of your very eyes. You can choose to dine indoors in the well-dressed dining room, or out on the terrace. There are also themed buffets held three times a week in summer, and twice a week in winter. Highchairs are available. Please note - bottled water is not served from the bars.
These light and airy twin rooms, with their cream backdrop and bright colourful soft furnishings sleep up to three and come with a sea view. There's a balcony or terrace, plus a mini-fridge stocked with soft drinks and water. Air-conditioning is available from the 15th June to the 15th of September, heating is also available, too.
These light and airy bungalow rooms, with their cream backdrop and complementary soft furnishings sleep up to three. There's a balcony or terrace, plus a mini-fridge stocked with soft drinks and water. Air-conditioning is available from the 15th of June to the 15th of September, heating is also available, too.
The hotel and staff were perfect, the food was excellent and the whole hotel extremely clean. The standard bedroom was large and comfortable. The outdoor swimming pools were too chilly for much swimming though there was an indoor pool, the beach sellers did pester especially as it was quiet. Taxis to the marina were cheap and easy. We will visit this hotel again if travel restrictions are lifted. More
KRandNR, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Gutted the FCO and TUI will not let us travel
I am so sorry for all the staff here as they work so hard I do hope people from other countries are visiting.
We have always been made so welcome, just like a second home, that was on our return 2 no visit, staff remember you.
We had booked to return in February but now it has been cancelled by Thomson. Can't wait till travel restrictions are lifted so we can return. Please do not let the staff give up hope cause a lot of people from the UK can't wait to returnMore
davidstockport, Stockport, United Kingdom
3 nights stay at Riu Marhaba Hammamet
Hotel is great and the room is excellent. Kids club is good despite the lack of people to animate, natical base was closed. Only 1 out of 5 restaurants was working due to the lack of guests (20% occupation).More
Daly D, Houston, Texas
A great hotel, excellent service and tremendous value for money.
We visited this all-inclusive hotel 2 weeks before the outrage just further down the same beach in Sousse and although I am a little late in submitting a review, I now do so because I hope that it will encourage Brits and other nationals to return as will I once the travel restrictions are lifted.
We have been to Tunisia previously and have always found it to be incredible value for money, excellent accommodation and service. This hotel has been the best that we have experienced. It is a 5 star Platinum hotel and is an imposingly huge edifice in massive grounds. Security was almost non-existent, though I suppose that this will not be the case any longer. The Reception area was awe-inspiring and we were greeted with refreshing drinks on our late arrival.. Bags were taken to our accommodation (bungalow) whilst we were able to get something to eat at 11pm as the management had provided a buffet for such an event.
The rooms that we had were perfectly comfortable and well furnished. A couple of minor niggles were sorted immediately and without fuss. Throughout our stay, we found the catering to be of a high standard and there was always plenty of choice of good food. I must admit, that to my disgust, I heard some Brits complaining that there was no "proper" bacon for breakfast. Aside from Tunisia being a Muslim country, surely such people should not expect to travel to foreign parts and find everything is British-centred?
Bar staff were very attentive and always patrolling to see if you wanted another drink. Tipping is expected, although only a few dinars is involved. The staff are very poorly paid by our standards and rely heavily on the generosity of their clients. a 10 dinar tip to our maid was received with profuse thanks. It beats me at this time how these poor people are managing their lives without the support of British tourists.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Riu Palace and thoroughly recommend it to everyone and urge them to return when safety is assured.More
Had a lovely week at this hotel Service was excellent all staff friendly and helpful. Rooms were spacious and cleaned perfectly by the wonderful housekeeping staff food and drink was very good lots of variety . Beach was very nice . Travelled with friends for our 30th wedding anniversary and our friends birthday . Can't say much about outside hotel as we just went for a chilled relaxing week and for us this was perfectMore