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. There's a balcony or terrace overlooking the garden, plus a mini-fridge stocked with soft drinks and water. Air-conditioning is available from the 15th of June to the 15th of September, and heating is available, too.
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.
We stayed at the beginning of April in a bungalow room(309). It was spacious and had a great view of the smaller pool and the beach. The hotel is very clean and well maintained. The staff are very friendly and efficient. the food was very good and there was a variety of choice. the Tunisian wine and beer was very nice. There was a very good reception welcome from the Manager and staff at the meeting with the Thompson rep who was excellent also. Would definitely go here again!!More
Jason K, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Palace name a shame
On arrival as a riu class member you would think that is a little help as you trust a brand no but positives first some staff try hard to help can't find much more to say food its like full board only with drinks snack during day a pancake no its a palace riu brand for me its like aldi staff pool room no problem food not up to standard of a palace I've been seen could be low season causing problem but its a palace should not cut corners More
Service excellent great loation
Beautiful spacious spotless room with a real North African feel to it. Extensive grounds, landscape pool areas & suberb beach. Super service, best I have every experienced in an all inclusive property. Right from the enthusiastic and genuine welcome from the General Manager to his food service team and bar staff. Reception staff could not have been more helpful either. The Tunisian restaurant was very good- local food to start and delicious steak for main.More
What a fantastic holiday.
We are still at the hotel although wish to thank all the staff for making our stay a fantastic one.
Hotel staff can not do enough for you where you are welcomed with a smile and every request is met if possible.
Food is fantastic and loads of variety even for people who only like plain food.
Only regret is that we have only booked one week which is not long enough is this wonderful place. A big thank you to all who have made our stay perfect relaxing chilled weeks break. No wonder people keep on returning year after year.More
Currently staying here for 11day holiday. Hotel is fantastic, staff friendly and attentive, food is excellent. Don't bother with Thomson organised trips - poor value for money, get taxi (cheap) and do your own trips. Speak to fellow holidaymakers and share experiences and tips of where to go etc.More