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5/5Perfect2 Reviews
Hammamet|1.72km from downtown
Arriving by taxi with friends. Easy check in and very pleasant staff. The place is a warren and our porter leads us through gardens, courtyards and down corridors to our room. It has two single beds! We express surprise as we thought we'd booked a king room. He winks, slides a door open and reveals an enormous bedroom with equally big ensuite. We like his sense of humour. We liked everything about this place. Though a little dated I think some of its architecture is quite cool. It's a cheap and cheerful resort. If you're looking for a chilled out place this ticks all the boxes. Breakfast is excellent. Made to order eggs from a sweet breakfast chef. Delicious pastries, meats, cheeses, fruit plus lots of interesting vegetable stews and good coffee from a machine. Beach is perfect. Well attended by the chair master and the boy waiters that run around taking orders. Pirate ships bob around on the horizon and security wanders up and down in a low key way. A gentle and reassuring reminder of where you are in the world. We spent three days here and I could have doubled that. Swimming, sunbathing, reading, swimming with shoals of silvery fish, pizzas & cocktails. No one hassles you here. Vendors walk the beach selling towels and doughnuts but you have to wave them to you to purchase. There are a few options for evening dining. The pizza place was great one night. Dined by the pool another which was a little different but fun twist on traditional tunisian fare. Recommend The Sinbad.
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4/5Very Good15 Reviews
Hammamet|2.07km from downtown
We live + work in Tunis (we are ex pats from Canada) assigned here 1 year. We were excited to book a 'staycation' weekend experience here in Hammamet before the borders + airport reopen (to take advantage of the covid19-free situation) and so we did the drive down. The Good: Love the beach access and there's two towels available plus security and staff to assist you and watch your things while you're in the ocean. The Pool was impressive too and our kid loved it Staff: Very friendly and professional. Staff and valet guy also very helpful with our bags, room choice and assisting with parking and retrieving our car. We were initially greeted by a woman/manager at the entrance when we arrived after noon on Saturday who took our temperature (fever check) and greeted us. The Check-in process was a bit weird .. I submitted our passports and was told to wait for the room keys (perhaps they were busy with other stuff). We were provided with some welcome drinks/refreshments too which was nice but there was little to no interaction regarding our Gold rewards status and our room choice. We had simply booked a Superior room with King bed but were given room 102 initially which was neither. The Valet/bag guy said...don't worry ..stay here and I'll fix it for you. Quickly he ran back to the lobby on our behalf and came back to help us to nearby room 106 which had a larger bed (Queen perhaps) and it was good enough for us (Small family of 3 including our 3yr old boy). Anyways upon arrival in the town of Hammamet we could see that this definitely one of the premier hotels in the area to choose from. Now the BAD stuff. Management take note: Room 106 .. shower does not drain quickly/properly. Room 106 .. the Air Conditioner is noisey and you hear water sounds ..needs maintenance perhaps Room 106 .. tv remote barely works Room 106 .. plenty of pillows but all were tough/hard. Would have appreciated softer pillows Wifi very slow but works. FOOD .. as a vegan family we weren't presented with any suitable food options other than say the Veg pizza without cheese and perhaps french fries and pasta or bread. I'm CERTAIN other vegans or vegetarians have had the same issue. In fact a quick search on Trip advisor for your property reveals other complaints about lack of Vegetarian food options from as far back as 2014 so obviously you're not taking vegetarian guests seriously. If you're Vegan/vegetarian consider bringing your own food unfortunately until they improve. It's not hard .. Management just needs to have a meeting with the kitchen staff or the head chef and come up with a plan for Vegetarians/vegans .. with either a vegan menu or readily available food in the buffets. It's not 1991 anymore .. it's 2020 and up to 10% of people don't eat meat/fish/eggs so get with the times please. You can offer Falafels, chick pea hummus, beans/rice and curry, some sauteed mushroom burger/veggie burger and oatmeal/granola, smoothies, gri
FromUS$57.00
3.2/510 Reviews
Hammamet|4.7km from downtown
the quality of food was very bad also the service was not good it seems to be an old hotel the bathroom door was broken ,comapred to the price it was not good at all Needs maintenance and cleaning, the only good thing is the sea view only
FromUS$24.00
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
Hammamet|0.41km from downtown
This hotel won't suit everyone, it has a faded grandeur, but we love the kitchenette so we can make coffee and tea and cook a meal if we don't fancy eating out. The rooftop pool is excellent and has wonderful sunset views! Ask for a room away from the disco if it's still operating. The central garden and bar is lovely to sit in and the birds put on a noisy show about 17:00 every evening.
FromUS$16.00
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
Hammamet|0.9km from downtown
Situated right on the beach of Hammamet, in a beautiful garden of 12 hectars and close to the city centre and the Medina, Hotel Bel Azur Thalasso & Bungalows combines a lovely setting with comfort, great service and a good range of facilities for all ages.Hotel Bel Azur Thalasso & Bungalows offers air-conditioned rooms with modern amenities, a variety of equipment including outdoor and indoor pool, sun terraces, fitness room and various water sports.The friendly staff and excellent service, together with its lovely gardens and great beach location add up to an unforgettable stay.
FromUS$39.00
5/5Perfect2 Reviews
Hammamet|1.66km from downtown
I been coming to Tunisia for 40 years and chanced on this hotel following a friends stay .The hotel is lovely rooms spotless food plenty and gorgeous . Can’t fault it good location very nice staff friendly welcoming don’t want to leave ...
FromUS$19.00
3.4/510 Reviews
Hammamet|1.35km from downtown
I booked at “Hotel Residence Romane” from friday 7 to monday 17 June 2019 (10 days) and I spent 304 € (30,4 €/day) with half board (breakfast and dinner) but I stayed only 3 days (until monday 10 june 2019). I paid when arrived, but she did not give me the receipt. On Sunday 9 June 2019 I said to receptionist that I leave the day after for a unexpected (I explain the really reason below), but she said me that she can not repay. During my journey there were only a few tourist in the Hotel (mainly from Tunisia). You can pay in Euro and change Euro to tunisian dinar (at Hotel Romane 1 € = 3,25 dinar tunisian, at airport 3,315 dinar tunisian). Receptionist and waiters are very nice. There is the lifter. In your room there are Wifi, phone, television, fridge and safe (safe not in every room). There is no hairdryer. In the hotel there is a market. There is also the air dresser (I cut hair for 4/5 € but I don’t advice to do that). The swimming pool is in the hotel. The gym is closed about 50 meters but it’s not included in the price. The beach is closed about 5/10 minutes walking (when I arrived cot and umbrella were not ready). Music in the swimming pool is playing all day (it’s difficult rest). I said this to the receptionist and she changed my room to an other room, but in this second room I could not sleep because the rooster sang in the night. Breakfast is not very good and dinner is strange for me that I come from Italy. I chose this hotel for the reviews on Google and Booking.com and for the price, but when I arrived here, it was not like I imagined. I booked on “Booking.com”. Taxi offers from Hotel Romane from Tunis Carthage to Hotel Romane costs 40 €. I got a shuttle with other people and I spent 20 € going and the taxi returning (you spend about one hour without traffic so pay attention to the days and hours with traffic). You can also get bus and train (I don’t have experience about). If you come from Europe remember that hygiene level is usually lower in Tunisia. I share a bad experience (that does not matter with the Hotel Residence Romane) because I hope it will not happen in the future. One afternoon I went to South Hammamet (also called “Yasmine Hammamet”). I socialised at the bus stop with a local guy. He took me to see the port. He looked like a nice guy. But at the end he met a friend and they invited me in a souvenir market. I refused and the friend looked like angry. So I went with them in the market and “I had to buy” a souvenir. They wanted selling me a lot of things so I came out with a sorry. They were saying “Don’t worry we are friend” but at the same time they sold me forced. It was very unpleasant and I was afraid. I should not enter in that market. I also speak with other people and they were honest. So I don’t think all people are like the wrong that took me at the souvenir market, but pay attention. About Hammamet city. Weather was always sunny, warm and dry. Mainly stranger tourist are from Russia and France. In gener
FromUS$20.00
4.2/5Very Good5 Reviews
Hammamet|0.21km from downtown
A small hotel at city center, which is worth the fare. Nice room, with fridge, right mattress to avoid back pains, clean, with cafeteria and breakfast separate spaces. Simple, but enough to keep you running till the evening is the breakfast. I ask for a quiet room, so I hear nothing but my breath. If your neighbors are a bit careless you hear the noise.. For 16 euros per night , you dont ask for more. I fully reccomend. In 100 mtrs, you are in the sea side and the cafes and restaurant. Close enough from Tunis only 75 km away. The best is to exit at Hammamet north and follow all the way down.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
Hammamet|13.07km from downtown
My husband and I just returned from a weekend at Muses with our 17-month-old son, and everyone had the most wonderful time! Our toddler had space to run and explore around the beautiful property (all immaculately kept, just as pictured). And during the evening my husband and I could enjoy a delicious, romantic dinner alone since the baby monitor easily reached our room. The staff, Ashraf and Asma, could not have been more wonderful! They made us feel right at home the minute we arrived, offering anything and everything we needed. And the kitchen, which prepares breakfast, lunch and dinner upon request, honestly offers the best food we've had at a B&B in Tunisia. Our favorites were potatoes and dorade filet. Order them, you won't regret it! Least I forget to mention where the home is located, nestled right up against gorgeous rustic mountains in the countryside outside Hammamet. From the front of home, you can see the sea. And behind the home are the mountains. It's truly breathtaking. And much, much more peaceful than Hammamet. It's an easy day trip for hiking in Zaghouan, and the drive around this part of the country is stunning in and of itself. We hope to come again soon, it was the perfect getaway from busy life in Tunis! Next time we hope to enjoy the pool and sauna :)
FromUS$87.00
0/50 Reviews
Hammamet|1.91km from downtown
Property Location With a stay at Villa With 4 Bedrooms in Hammamet, With Wonderful sea View, Private Pool, Enclosed Garden - 250 m From the Beach in Hammamet, you'll be next to a golf course, within a 10-minute drive of Hammamet Beach and Bel Azur Beach. This villa is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Hammamet Fort and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Hammamet Souk. Rooms Make yourself at home in of the guestrooms featuring fireplaces. Kitchens are outfitted with stovetops and dishwashers. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and washers/dryers. Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a garden. Additional features at this villa include complimentary wireless Internet access and barbecue grills. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
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5/52 Reviews
Arriving by taxi with friends. Easy check in and very pleasant staff. The place is a warren and our porter leads us through gardens, courtyards and down corridors to our room. It has two single beds! We express surprise as we thought we'd booked a king room. He winks, slides a door open and reveals an enormous bedroom with equally big ensuite. We like his sense of humour. We liked everything about this place. Though a little dated I think some of its architecture is quite cool. It's a cheap and cheerful resort. If you're looking for a chilled out place this ticks all the boxes. Breakfast is excellent. Made to order eggs from a sweet breakfast chef. Delicious pastries, meats, cheeses, fruit plus lots of interesting vegetable stews and good coffee from a machine. Beach is perfect. Well attended by the chair master and the boy waiters that run around taking orders. Pirate ships bob around on the horizon and security wanders up and down in a low key way. A gentle and reassuring reminder of where you are in the world. We spent three days here and I could have doubled that. Swimming, sunbathing, reading, swimming with shoals of silvery fish, pizzas & cocktails. No one hassles you here. Vendors walk the beach selling towels and doughnuts but you have to wave them to you to purchase. There are a few options for evening dining. The pizza place was great one night. Dined by the pool another which was a little different but fun twist on traditional tunisian fare. Recommend The Sinbad.
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4/515 Reviews
We live + work in Tunis (we are ex pats from Canada) assigned here 1 year. We were excited to book a 'staycation' weekend experience here in Hammamet before the borders + airport reopen (to take advantage of the covid19-free situation) and so we did the drive down. The Good: Love the beach access and there's two towels available plus security and staff to assist you and watch your things while you're in the ocean. The Pool was impressive too and our kid loved it Staff: Very friendly and professional. Staff and valet guy also very helpful with our bags, room choice and assisting with parking and retrieving our car. We were initially greeted by a woman/manager at the entrance when we arrived after noon on Saturday who took our temperature (fever check) and greeted us. The Check-in process was a bit weird .. I submitted our passports and was told to wait for the room keys (perhaps they were busy with other stuff). We were provided with some welcome drinks/refreshments too which was nice but there was little to no interaction regarding our Gold rewards status and our room choice. We had simply booked a Superior room with King bed but were given room 102 initially which was neither. The Valet/bag guy said...don't worry ..stay here and I'll fix it for you. Quickly he ran back to the lobby on our behalf and came back to help us to nearby room 106 which had a larger bed (Queen perhaps) and it was good enough for us (Small family of 3 including our 3yr old boy). Anyways upon arrival in the town of Hammamet we could see that this definitely one of the premier hotels in the area to choose from. Now the BAD stuff. Management take note: Room 106 .. shower does not drain quickly/properly. Room 106 .. the Air Conditioner is noisey and you hear water sounds ..needs maintenance perhaps Room 106 .. tv remote barely works Room 106 .. plenty of pillows but all were tough/hard. Would have appreciated softer pillows Wifi very slow but works. FOOD .. as a vegan family we weren't presented with any suitable food options other than say the Veg pizza without cheese and perhaps french fries and pasta or bread. I'm CERTAIN other vegans or vegetarians have had the same issue. In fact a quick search on Trip advisor for your property reveals other complaints about lack of Vegetarian food options from as far back as 2014 so obviously you're not taking vegetarian guests seriously. If you're Vegan/vegetarian consider bringing your own food unfortunately until they improve. It's not hard .. Management just needs to have a meeting with the kitchen staff or the head chef and come up with a plan for Vegetarians/vegans .. with either a vegan menu or readily available food in the buffets. It's not 1991 anymore .. it's 2020 and up to 10% of people don't eat meat/fish/eggs so get with the times please. You can offer Falafels, chick pea hummus, beans/rice and curry, some sauteed mushroom burger/veggie burger and oatmeal/granola, smoothies, gri
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3.2/510 Reviews
the quality of food was very bad also the service was not good it seems to be an old hotel the bathroom door was broken ,comapred to the price it was not good at all Needs maintenance and cleaning, the only good thing is the sea view only
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5/51 Reviews
This hotel won't suit everyone, it has a faded grandeur, but we love the kitchenette so we can make coffee and tea and cook a meal if we don't fancy eating out. The rooftop pool is excellent and has wonderful sunset views! Ask for a room away from the disco if it's still operating. The central garden and bar is lovely to sit in and the birds put on a noisy show about 17:00 every evening.
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FromUS$16.00
5/52 Reviews
I been coming to Tunisia for 40 years and chanced on this hotel following a friends stay .The hotel is lovely rooms spotless food plenty and gorgeous . Can’t fault it good location very nice staff friendly welcoming don’t want to leave ...
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3.4/510 Reviews
I booked at “Hotel Residence Romane” from friday 7 to monday 17 June 2019 (10 days) and I spent 304 € (30,4 €/day) with half board (breakfast and dinner) but I stayed only 3 days (until monday 10 june 2019). I paid when arrived, but she did not give me the receipt. On Sunday 9 June 2019 I said to receptionist that I leave the day after for a unexpected (I explain the really reason below), but she said me that she can not repay. During my journey there were only a few tourist in the Hotel (mainly from Tunisia). You can pay in Euro and change Euro to tunisian dinar (at Hotel Romane 1 € = 3,25 dinar tunisian, at airport 3,315 dinar tunisian). Receptionist and waiters are very nice. There is the lifter. In your room there are Wifi, phone, television, fridge and safe (safe not in every room). There is no hairdryer. In the hotel there is a market. There is also the air dresser (I cut hair for 4/5 € but I don’t advice to do that). The swimming pool is in the hotel. The gym is closed about 50 meters but it’s not included in the price. The beach is closed about 5/10 minutes walking (when I arrived cot and umbrella were not ready). Music in the swimming pool is playing all day (it’s difficult rest). I said this to the receptionist and she changed my room to an other room, but in this second room I could not sleep because the rooster sang in the night. Breakfast is not very good and dinner is strange for me that I come from Italy. I chose this hotel for the reviews on Google and Booking.com and for the price, but when I arrived here, it was not like I imagined. I booked on “Booking.com”. Taxi offers from Hotel Romane from Tunis Carthage to Hotel Romane costs 40 €. I got a shuttle with other people and I spent 20 € going and the taxi returning (you spend about one hour without traffic so pay attention to the days and hours with traffic). You can also get bus and train (I don’t have experience about). If you come from Europe remember that hygiene level is usually lower in Tunisia. I share a bad experience (that does not matter with the Hotel Residence Romane) because I hope it will not happen in the future. One afternoon I went to South Hammamet (also called “Yasmine Hammamet”). I socialised at the bus stop with a local guy. He took me to see the port. He looked like a nice guy. But at the end he met a friend and they invited me in a souvenir market. I refused and the friend looked like angry. So I went with them in the market and “I had to buy” a souvenir. They wanted selling me a lot of things so I came out with a sorry. They were saying “Don’t worry we are friend” but at the same time they sold me forced. It was very unpleasant and I was afraid. I should not enter in that market. I also speak with other people and they were honest. So I don’t think all people are like the wrong that took me at the souvenir market, but pay attention. About Hammamet city. Weather was always sunny, warm and dry. Mainly stranger tourist are from Russia and France. In gener
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