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... door. A very lovely place to stay.
We decided to explore our new surroundings and ended up at the beach. My toes were greeted by fairly cold water - I won't be swimming in it this week. A man lead his camel along the beach, hoping to relieve tourists of a few dinars - however we didn't take photos of his furry friend. There are no wild camels in Tunisia, they are all owned by someone.
... it, instead we took a touristic train which went around the city for an hour. To be honest, i wouldn't say the city is beautiful, the city is almost made by many high class hotels with high walls eracted around it and inside it is like a paradise with swimming pools, restaurants and troupical trees facing the beach.. So unless you are rich enough to rent a place in those hotel, then Hammamet would suddenly become a heaven to you. ...
... have a couple of tens, give him one( AS IF?) and ask him to come back.
The advantage of going this early is that i was not hassled by anyone as the locals were arriving/stall holders getting ready. Being an ex market stall lad (petticoat lane the real one that is!) i just went with the flow. Superb atmosphere and the place is awesome/huge think car boot plus veg plus fish plus livestock plus bike plus fruit plus pottery ...
... as recommended by Lonely Planet - was decent food here and very good service. The guy even let us use his phone for free.
Walked via souk back to start of medina, and then Tuk Tuk ride back to Port El Kantoui. Joss particularly enjoyed this, dad was clinging on for dear life!
Afternoon on beach and then by pool. Enjoyed by all. Evening spent in hotel as too lazy to go out and another early morning ...
... local cheeses for a dessert. Enjoyed every bite and actually started to feel sorry for ourselves having to leave the next day.
All in all a perfect relaxing day. I could really love that type of Tunisia - with loads of sun, relaxing atmosphere and with amazing food and drinks. Such a pity the beginning of our stay was so unfortunate (weather-wise), it would be a fabulous holiday if it wasn't for the bad weather we ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Nahrawess Hotel Hammamet
My Favourite Hotel
Having stayed at the hotel some 12 or more times over the past 10 years we visited again in October. Our astay was as comfortable and relaxing as ever. As usual we were treated with theutmost courtesy and helped in any way that was needed. The room was very comfortable and have probably the best beds of any hotel we have stayed at and I have travelled throughout the world carrying out training in the food industry.
The food was it's usual standard , offering a very wide choice and any special requests were dealt with by the very helpful restaurany staff.
I would recommend this hotel very highly especially the Thalassotherapy centre which is equal to any I have visited. Look forward to my next trip.
Exzellentes Hotel, großartiger Service
Fabelhaft. Das Thalassa Palace Nahrawess ist definitiv eines der besten Hotels in der Gegend. Wir waren das zweite Mal im Hotel und wir hoffen wieder dorthin zurückkehren zu dürfen. Die Zimmer waren geräumig und mit Meerblick ausgestattet. Dieses Jahr bekamen wir einen Upgrade für eine Suite zum Meer raus, die spektakulär war. Die Behandlung im Thalasso-Therapie-Center hat meiner Freundin und mir auch supergut gefallen. Toll :)
Excellent Hotel, Great service
Fabulous. Thalassa Palace Nahrawess is definively the finest hotel in the area. This is our second time staying at this hotel and we hope to stay there again. Rooms are ample with a seaview. This year we were upgraded to the see front suites which are spectacular.
The thalassotherapy center was also a great treat for my girlfriend and I. Wahoo :)
Wir hatten eine großartige Zeit in diesem Hotel. Das Personal war sehr freundlich und sprach auch gut Englisch. Die Pools, die wunderschönen Gärten und der Strand waren großartig und wir hatten von unserm Zimmer eine schöne Aussicht aufs Meer.
Unser Zimmer mit zwei Einzelbetten war recht klein und es gab auch nur einen englischsprachigen Sender im Fernsehen (BBC World).
Ich kann das Hotel aber dennoch für einen erholsamen Urlaub sehr empfehlen.
Die meisten Gäste schienen aus Russland und Frankreich zu stammen.
In der Nähe gab es keine Supermärkte, dafür musste man mit dem Taxi ins Zentrum fahren (5 Dinar).
Alles in allem war ich mit dem Hotel und seinen Einrichtungen sehr zufrieden.
We had a great stay at this hotel. The staff were very friendly and spoke very good English, the pools, beautiful gardens, beach was great and we had a lovely view from our room of the sea. Our twin room was quite small and there was only one English channel (BBC World News) but I would highly recommend this hotel as a relaxing holiday, it seems to be mostly filled with Russians or French and there wasn't any supermarkets near it, a cab ride for 5 dinar into the centre so all in all I was very happy with the hotel and its amenities.
Lone traveller to Thalassa Palace
I have just returned from a week's stay in the Thalassa Palace. This was advertised as a 4 star hotel which it definately was not. The standard of the rooms was adequate and the food mediocre. The staff were good and the hotel was always very clean. The pools and outside areas were also very well kept.
The spa was very good and the treatments excellent.
I went on my own for a break and spa treatments. I would not advise a single female English to go to this hotel as there was hardly any other English people there and French/Russian was the spoken language - all the entertainment was in French, no english speaking television so all in all it was not just a break but total isolation.
We were here for 1 week in July. The rooms were simple, basic, certainly large enough for 2. Airconditioning was appreciated. beautiful marble on the floors. Great view from our balcony. The beds were very hard. Closet with many hangers and a mini bar. Most staff spoke English, but appreciated our attempt at Arabic. Breakfast was enjoyable, especially croissants, yogurt, cheeses, fruit. The white melons and grapes were our favorites. The pool was large, but too much chlorine for us. We went to the beach. a short beautiful walk, 5 minutes away. The lounge chairs are free, but 5 dinar /week to rent cushions. There was always plenty of room around the pool and the shore. Lunch was not included in our package. usually we shared a pizza in the little cafe in the hotel. A buffet lunch was available for 25 dinar/day. Massages were a delight, especially toning and oriental. Good prices too. evening buffets were delcious. A big variety of fresh salads, bread to start. There were many local dishes, but also international. always fresh fish on the grill, sometimes shellfish too. Two types of freshly made icecream/sorbet , fresh fruit and 6-8 types of cake and pastry to finish off the meal. You must purchase water, juice and/or wine to go with your meal. Dinner was served 8-10 pm and it was never crowded. Even though the hotel was at capacity, we never noticed too many people around. We can not comment on the evening shows because we like to retire to our room early. internet is quick , 30 minutes for 6 dinar. The car rental guy, Ali, was friendly and helpful. The men at the front desk were all wonderful too.
I don't have any nice recollections form Nahrawess.
Rooms were dirty and destroyed. Never again!
We had a wonderful time at this really spacious, well laid out hotel. Pools & beach were really clean & the food - well, plenty to suit the tastes of everyone. A really great way to start married life. Room service is excellent too & the way they leave the clothes in a fan shape was really sweet.