This hotel’s beachside setting is complemented by a big pool and a choice of places to eat.
White sands and blue water spool the coast just outside this hotel, so the sea views are first-class. About a 5-minute cab ride will get you to the heart of Mahdia, and there are shops and restaurants even closer.
There’s a spacious main pool. And, as well as a buffet, you’ll find a Tunisian à la carte and an Italian trattoria close to the sand. Activities range from aerobics to volleyball.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner head to the buffet restaurant. Sample dishes being prepared on the on the spot cooking stations, right in front of your very eyes. Enjoy the themed buffets held three times a week in summer, and twice a week in winter.
Rejuvenate and invigorate your mind and body with the many luxuries offered at the spa. Arrange a massage, relax in the Turkish bath, turn up the heat in the sauna, or take a dip in the indoor saltwater pool, heated in winter. Pamper yourself at the beauty salon and choose from a variety of services.
These light and airy bungalow rooms come with whitewashed walls and colourful soft furnishings. They can sleep up to three with twin beds and an extra bed, plus they have air-conditioning from June to September.
We got there late in the evening and we were offered dinner (we were starving)! Food was good/okay. Everyone can find something they will like or you can go visit the shops opposite the hotel (however they are expensive so go into town). I loved the country as well as the beach and the hotel! It was very clean, you can smoke anywhere and you would never found ash or left of cigarettes! Staff was very funny and tried their best for us to enjoy the week.. Whether was amazing.. There have been some stuff which wasn't perfect but then again nothing is perfect. We have done so many excursion as we had a Thomson rep (you can talk to them even if you didn't book with Thomson). On the other hand we planned our days ourself and went to see the Friday market in the morning(it's worth it and don't forget to bargain!!) we also did a lot of water sports which you can just book on the beach with the guys. All over it was a very good week and I wish I could go back there however after what happened in June I wouldn't recommend to fly to Tunisia for now! I travelled in June myself and the incident happened whilst I was there however the staff was nice and protective. We were not allowed to leave the hotel without any good reason and police was everywhere (beach, outside hotel gates, near the shops etc)...More
mo774, London, United Kingdom
Lovely and one more time lovely!
Me and my hubby had a a brilliant time together at this hotel. When you travel a lot u already know from the beginning you like the place or you don"t.We like the place: Room was clean,food was good,people were friendly and ocean,beach and weather were just a dream came TRUE!!! Even if it was something minor i am not going to bring it up,because we really enjoyed our time.And I have no reason to complain and haven"t got any.We all were looked after very well :))) Read the reviews please and think twice before you book if this place for you. But us?... we had very nice and relaxing time!Thank you Riu El Mansur for this!More
lfroschka, Toronto, Canada
Lovely hotel, average All inclusive food, nice beach area, lovely spacious room, ok staff & nice pool areas and helpful pool staff. Surrounding area very unclean and felt unsafe when we travelled in to Mahida Town (returned after 30 minutes) very dirty place. Male staff were far too troublesome to the younger British women and it felt quite uncomfortable witnessing the almost stalking behaviour. Would not recommend it to single girls but as a couple it was fine. Visited in June 2013 for a week.More
phil_maria_2012, Coventry, United Kingdom
1st Solo Holiday since my Wife Passed away.
This was my first solo holiday as being married for 35 years we only went on holiday as a couple. This was a totally new experience for me, although a good holiday it was strange being on my own, I did meet a nice couple whilst in resort on this wonderful "all inclusive" holiday. I would definitely visit Tunisia againa in the future.More
Philip M, Sittingbourne, United Kingdom
DONT EVEN BOTHER
This is the most horrible holiday we've ever had, it was the first relaxing holiday.. we've been put off for life. The staff only know in English "I love you" and "Beautiful", this is a real help when you just want to ask were something is. The Wi-Fi doesn't work at all. The rooms are dated, we lived off chips for a week. Also we left some mints on the table in the room and came back for them and they had gone.. If you do go on this holiday, I advice take your own food & cover up as the staff in the hotel stare and don't take the lift as me and my friend nearly got trapped in the doors of the lift & don't book extra trips as no one speaks English! We went quid biking and the bike wouldn't turn on and they didn't understand and there were monkeys tied up.More