This beachside hotel comes with two pools and a buffet restaurant that does a weekly Tunisian night.
Just at the bottom of the hotel’s palm-filled garden is a sandy beach. Plus there are shops, bars and restaurants within walking distance, and the centre of Sousse is only 10 minutes away by taxi.
There’s a trio of pools, one with a section for children. The buffet restaurant takes care of meals, and there’s a beach bar for lunches as well. In the evenings, there are shows and a nightclub opens up.
Make a splash in either of the pools. The first is rectangular and encircled with sunbeds and parasols. While the second is a saltwater pool and is more ostentatious, with three waterslides, and a little bridge across the middle. The children have their own end of the pool.
Energise your mind and body with one of the many luxuries at the thalasso and spa centre, found at the sister hotel Royal Salem. Try a massage to help unwind, or turn up the heat in the sauna or steam room. Whether it's a special occasion or you'd just like to treat yourself, take a visit to the beauty centre where you can choose from a range of services. With a variety of treatments on offer, you’re sure to leave here feeling invigorated.
These modern twin rooms are neutral in colour and come with air-conditioning from mid-June to mid-September as well as a balcony. In addition, there's an extra bed in the bedroom. You'll also get Wi-Fi* and TV shows BBC prime and Super Movies.
I was staying there with my relatives, we enjoyed! I was really satisfied with the service. I advice you to choose this place if you are travelling with your family. It is situated not far from the sea.More
Went with my partner on a last minute deal, not expecting very much tbh given the low price. We were very suprised by the standards of the hotel and Tunisia in general, very civilised, very clean and very good service. We made our own way to El Djem and Tunis by train, which is much more interesting than guided tours, and cost us the princely sum of Â£8.70 for two first class return tickets! We had an 'expensive' meal in the grand theatre restuarant in Tunis ( starters, cuttlefish, steak and wine ) that was the most we spent on a single meal ; Â£12.30. Tunisia is a gem, in fact you could live out there all inclusive in a four star hotel on Jobseeker's allowance. Lovely people, although it very much helps if you speak a little French. I'm making plans to go again soon, no matter what the desk jockeys at the FCO say.More
Love this hotel
This is such a lovely, modern yet cosy feeling hotel. The rooms were lovely and spacious and most importantly...clean. Reception staff are so friendly and helpful and the bar staff are just lovely. The animation do there best to get you involved with everything and they aren't too pushy either. The hotel is close to shops and you can use some of the facilities of the sister hotel which is next door. I really enjoyed my stay here and would love to go back again.More
Worst holiday ever from start to finish .Arrived mid afternoon and was greeted by a flock of over welcoming waiters fighting to carry our suitcases then demand money after I had politely told them there was no need as I was capable of carrying my own suitcase and had no dinars' to give them the reply I got was English money will do I found this very off putting straight away .Room was basic and clean the food I found disgusting and repetitive was either undercooked or overcooked so I stuck to toast eggs and cheese for 7 days .The drinks were the worst watered down I have ever tasted I'm not a big drinker by any means but even I could have drunk there from morning to evening and felt no affect at all .Entertainment well not got much to say on that at all as it wasn't entertaining .Everywhere you went shopping was a nightmare getting hassled by silly men dragging you into their shops which I found scary so stopped going out which meant we were stuck in a hotel with nothing to do rotten food and drinks not my idea of a holiday would never return to Tunisia didn't like one thing about the place and found the men very intimidating and untrustworthyMore
Amazing Freindly Staff
We first arrived late at night and the music was booming we were tired and confused and my Girlfriend was almost in tears thinking we had walked into some chavvy 18-30 nightmare. But in the morning we explored. We found a great little quiet pool and courtyard where we could relax and read, the beach was nice if a bit dirty but the beach restaurant was great. The thing that made this place stand out though were the staff. Always friendly always willing to help. They were great and I really feel for them following the recent problemsMore