Majesty Golf Hotel

Address: P.O Box 141-Baraket Essahel, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on P.O Box 141-Baraket Essahel, Hammamet, is near Hammamet Beach, Friguia Park, and El Mouradi Hammamet.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Majesty Golf Hotel Hammamet

      Malo y sin remedio

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      Estuve cuatro días alojado con cuatro amigos, la experiencia fue mala con el hotel y toda la gente que lo representa salvo el animador del hotel que fue el unico que hizo algo por nosotros sin intentar cobrar por ello.

      El hotel tiene buena ubicación cerca de la playa, las instalaciones si estan bien cuidadas estan bien, pero este no es el caso debido a la gente.

      En recepción lentos, un dia y medio para arreglar el agua caliente, un foco de la piscina suelto con el peligro que entraña y nadie hace nada, en limpieza malos y sin pedir permiso para entrar ni hacer caso de las indicaciones en contra (además no hay forma de evitar que entren no hay pestillo) y lo peor de todo con diferencia los camareros del comedor, lentos, desafiantes, ... Y lo mejor de todo si pueden cobran más de lo que realmente cuestan las cosas.

      Es triste decirlo pero esta gente ha sido mi referente para valorar a los tunecinos y hacen que no vuelva a plantearme viajar a este pais ni por supuesto recomendar este hotel.

      Si podeis probar suerte en otro y si dudais entre coger uno con alguna estrella más no lo dudeis, 4 estrellas en este caso son tres estrellas españolas pero en malo.

      Si ya habeis estado paciencia y resignación y si pensais ir tener en cuenta lo que os comento porque es real como la vida misma.

      Ne mérite pas ses 4 étoiles même pas 3etoiles locale

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      Hôtel a évité. A part l ascenseur panoramique qui est sur la présentation le reste ne vaut pas le detour.obliger de changer de chambres car nos enfants étaient dans une chambre et pas de porte commune

      Le seul point positif a été les 3 animateurs (kimo exel) car le 4 eme ont ne la quasiment pas vu (il étais plus occuper avec sa copine que les clients)

      La piscine intérieur très dangereuse 1 clients de Lyon très blesser en tombant

      Le jaccusi toujours et toujours en panne

      La thalasso mieux vaut ne pas se laisser prendre (nul)

      Nourriture moyenne et toujours la même chose et les deux derniers jours ont a caremmement rien manger a part des tomates en entrée le reste ??? Les restes donc fini dîner dehors

      Petit dej suivant l heure " bien ou rien "

      Sans conter le petit dej de départ ou la il a fallu réveiller la personne car prévu a 3h00 du matin mais il ni avait personne

      Bref mieux vaut choisir un autre hôtel

      C étais notre 3eme séjour sur Hammamet et sais le pire de notre choix

      Ne mérite pas ses 4 étoiles même pas 3etoiles locale

      c'est un endroit moyen !!! reflechissez et cherchez plutot autre chose

      Hôtel de bonne qualité

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      très belle hotel ,service de qualite ,repas varier , petit dejeuner complet

      Merci pour cette semaine de vacance

      Trés bon rapport qualité:prix

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      j'ai séjounée dans cet hôtel du 28 janvier au 4 février 2007 et je me felicite de mon choix. En effet c'est un trés bon rapport qualité/prix.C'est sur que ce n'est pas le super luxe mais quand on choisi en fonction du prix il ne faut pas s'attendre à de l'extra ordinaire!!!

      Soyons réaliste! En tout les cas l'hôtel est "propre" acceuillant et les services proposés correct . La nouriture y est bonne et en quantité sufissante, les animations supers (et c'était en basse saison). Je suis tombée sur une semaine ou les vacanciers voulaient s'amusser et rigoler et c'est ce que l'on a fait sans se prendre la tête!! Après tout c'était mes vacances et à chacun de se fabriquer ses vacances de rêve avec les moyens que l'on y met!!

      Surtout rester polit, courtois et agréable car nous ne sommes pas en pays conquis mais cela et valable partout dans le monde.

      La balnéo etait très agréable et repossante.

      Merci à toute l'équipe pour ces vacances de rêve.....

      Bof bof

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      La tunisie et les tunisiens, oui mais l hotel plus jamais.

      On arrive au milieu de la nuit, il n y a personne pour vous guider et vous expliquer les services de l hotel, vous n avez que 2 lits sur 3 de prêts.le petit déjeuner n est que pour les matinaux, et pas génial.le diner est loin d'être gastronomique, et c est froid.

      les salariés n ont pas des salaires énormes mais par contre il faut toujours mettre la main au porte monnaie dans l hotel, et croyez moi si vous sortez un peu, ça vous coutera 3 fois moins cher et mieux.Comme il n y a pas de petite économies, vous loupez le repas de l arrivée et du départ , à cause des trajets que vous faites pendant les horaires d ouverture du buffet.....

      niveau soin et propreté j ai vu bien mieux.....

      Moyen le Majesty golf !!!

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      vraiment bof !!

      la propreté laisse à désirer , le jacuzy ne fonctionnait pas , la piscine sous une tonne de clore était très sale , le personnel d'animation manquait de punch et d'immagination , le soit disant mini club est inexistant et sordide , la salle de sport est payante 3 € par heure et tout ça pour trouver un cagibis ou se regardent 3 machines minables... la nourriture y est moyenne et de plus pas chaude .. bref sans etre snob c'est un endroit moyen !!! reflechissez et cherchez plutot autre chose...

      Tourist ghetto

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      I'm just back from a weeks stay at majesty golf hammamet, we'll start off with the positive side of things...thinks thinks....

      Absolutely fantastic bunch of guys (4 total hunks) who look after the animations and activities, but they do have to make do with what they have, as in not a lot, but they were fantastically nice, thanks again Ramzi, Chouchou, Pablo and Bob. If you're into fitness/aerobics Pablo is your man, a very serious professional . Their shows in the evenings were not to be missed, i had a great laugh

      If you like to haggle you can enjoy yourself in the shop, and i didn't find them too pushy, unlike in the shops outside.

      The hammam was nice, but i was a bit worried about the hygene, it appeared ok...

      Thats it for the positives

      On the down side :

      The weather was absolutely appalling, just one fine day but thats not the hotel's fault.

      Even on the hot day the outdoor pool was too cold, and not very clean.

      On the management side, they are total amateurs, as in unprofessional but the other staff were quite friendly and you could tell that they did try their best to give satisfaction.

      As for the food...well, not great and it is bothersome to have to be at breakfast before 9.30 when on holidays, I usually managed to get there by 9.15 to find dried out croissants (if any) the coffee is very strange, more of an acquired taste i think (very robusta).

      The snooker table lacks 2 balls, the white and the black !!

      The downstairs toilets are to be avoided .

      The main pain was the yasmine area itself, a total tourist ghetto come building site, i absolutely hated it. I didn't enjoy my walks and the shopkeepers can be very pushy, especially if a lady is on her own !!

      The beach was disgusting, but I'll be kind and say it was because of the storms (black and brown waves !!!) the beach seemed a bit farther than the stated 200meters.

      Be warned, if using the horse drawn carts get them to name a price before you get in, it is very very disagreable to find out afterwards that you've "been taken for a ride". I would advise you to use only those who seem to take care of their horses, i saw some very sad equines over there, just skin and bones and badly shod.

      Thats all for now, but if any other details spring to mind i'll post them here.

      Nous reviendrons

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      J'ai passé moi et mon ami une semaine au majesty golf à yasmine hammamet en Tunisie.

      Le pays est est trés beau, le sud est sublime et l'hotel est bien.

      je compte revenir en mars prochain et j'espére que l'equipe d'animation sera la meme ainsi que le serveur wassim.

      Satisfaite dans l'ensemble.

      Never again

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      I adore travelling but this time it was really horrible. The staff are very slow and are to agressif. They have no commercial sens. They have no idea how to take care of the customers. They had no real activities to propose to the customers. The staff ask you always money for anything they do for you. You are not allowed to eat ham even if you are not muslem. It is true that the hotel is beautiful. But I really hated the behavour of the staff. The hotel is in the middle of a very touristique erea. It is done for tourists. It is a city of hotels and nothing else. You have nothing traditional and you see no tunisien people. I have wanted to celibrate my friend's birthday, and I ordered a cake from the hotel, that I paid too much for what it was. The staff were worried because the dancers they hired for the nigth were late, so they asked me if they could celibrate my friend's birthday with everybody and give them the cake so that they wouldn't be upset waiting for the dancers, and when I refused they said that I was not gentle. At the end they distributed to 50 customers my cake that I paid.

      You can not go to the swimming pool because the vendor in the hotel would really insist in order to make you buy golden or silver things. And he will shout on you and come and pick you sometimes while lunch to come and buy somthing from his shop.

      Something else, if you are a woman, you can stay hours infront of the reception and no one would care for you but when it is a man they will be carefull at once.

      The staff tried to come with you when you go out when he finishes work and he explains you that he has no money and that he needs money as well as an invitation. They stuck you in any way. Their Hammam is the worst, you can get burned with hot and boiling drops from the roof because they do not want to put any money in it.

      If it rains one day and you dare ask them if there is any activity in the hotel, they look at you and they ask you to give them an idea of what to do. They would ask you to wait and wait and wait and at the end you do it your self because they have no time to care about us.

      The food was fien but the good things were limited and if you are late you have nothing to eat. There was never enough food specially in the morning. You pay water. And sometimes the barmen or the waiters involve their selves in the conversations at table and if you ask them to leave you alone they do not always do it. When you walk in the street and you see one of them, they ask you to take him with you because they have no money and they insist and they want you to come with them to see the shop of their uncle and buy things because it is your duty to help them.

      The conclusin is really never again. It was last year but never again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Majesty Golf Hotel Hammamet

      2.50 of 5 stars Fair
       

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