Radisson Blu Palace Resort & Thalasso, Djerba

Address: Zone touristique, Djerba, 4128, Tunisia | 5 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Blu Palace Resort & Thalasso, Djerba

    Le top du top +++ vous ne risquez pas d'être décus !!!


    Sélectionné par ODEGAM : Tout y est parfait : la réception , la décoration intérieure , la superficie des chambres , un entretien super , une nourriture abondante et de bonne qualité . De tres nombreuses piscines dont 3 sont chauffées : 2 à l'eau de mer et 1 à eau douce. Thalassothérapie peut être faite à la carte. Un vrai palace : séjour inoubliable chaudement recommandé.



    We had a thoroughly enjoyable stay at the Radisson, Djerba in March this year and would recommend it for a very relaxing break. The hotel has been very well re-developed and the rooms are modern and comfortable. The spa facilities on site are some of the best we have experienced.

    We really enjoyed getting to know the staff. They're all very friendly and always professional, I think they enjoyed practicing their English as much as we did our French!

    There was only one other English family at the hotel; most everyone else was from France, Germany or Italy, which we loved.

    I spent some time at the Mistral centre on site learning to kitesurf in the massive shallow lake next to the hotel (note: the lake is only there in winter, we heard it dries up in summer). Roger and Brit, who run the centre, are great fun and made learning the new sport really enjoyable.

    There are other activities available, as you can see from their web site, but we did hear that a 9-hole golf course is being constructed next to the hotel. We may be going back to try it out next year.

    Typical Radisson luxury


    What an excellent stay at an hotel with top-notch services with

    certain provisos.

    The plus points are numerous.The interior design is spacious,understated and cathedral-like. There are many little hidey-holes where one can find privacy and at no time is there a sense of hurry to mar your holiday. The rooms are equally spacious,more modern in concept but with comfortable,

    uncluttered furnishings. The outer grounds are large with

    different pathways leading to various attractions ( beach,

    Tennis,in-house restaurants etc.,). The beach is remarkably clean and in a prime position with both in-house bar and snack bar / restaurant easily to hand within no more than 50 yards.

    The spa Thalaso spa facilities are second to none and with enough personnel to guarantee little if any waiting or pre-booking.

    There is one Main communal restaurant ( Le Ceramique)

    which is large and airy with a non-smoking section(which is

    disappointingly smaller than the smoking section;not a

    surprise considering the predominately French/German

    breakdown of the clientele.) The choice and presentation of food is of the highest quality with a discreet presence of ever-helpful


    The Management staff are exceptionally helpful,courteous

    and willing to help ALL clients with any pet foibles.

    Cleanliness within the hotel is second to none with even the beach being swept twice and thrice a day.

    The Minuses ( there are always some or we wouldn't be

    English ). Don't go expecting a cheap holiday.Prices in house

    are comparable with the U.K. and if you're not into the culture

    of tipping prepare for a few upsets.Overall I would put a weeks

    general tipping for all staff at about £50.00 in total.The Thalasso spa prices are also comparable to U.K.prices.

    There is a lack of coherent evening entertainment

    programme with guests doing their own thing at their own

    pace (no bad thing but not for those who prefer a more structured

    approach).Very few signs, food and service descriptions are in English so a smidgeon of French or German would be


    There are at least three in-house themed restaurants which are a-la-carte and have to paid for separately.This is

    nice for the odd special occasion but does mean that there is

    a certain emptiness to most of them because the main

    Board inclusive resaurant (Le Ceramique) is the most


    Djerba is Muslim by religion and therefore alcohol is

    expensive.Beer is about the same price that you'd pay in U.K.

    for 33c.c bottle (£2.00) Whisky drinkers please arrange a

    mortgage before leaving the U.K.;prices around £10.00 a shot.

    Wine is similarly priced to U.K. and water around £1.50 a bottle.

    Overall a great hotel if you're not on a really tight budget.

    Superbe all the way


    We stayed at the SAS Radisson for a long weekend. Only a short flight from Nice, it's THE perfect destination. The Radisson is the only hotel so far (and we've stayed at some 5+ stars hotel around the world) where you truly get spoiled rotten.....the staff are out of this world: very helpful & friendly-but not TOO MUCH (as one experiences in Asia). The rooms are very stylish and modern, pool is great. A must is the SPA, treatments are heavenly, being pampered is the word here....we went to all the restaurants (4) the food is very good and since there are four of them, you have a variety of foods available. From previous travels to Tunisia I have to say things have improved a lot. Great breakfast too, lots of choices. All in all, we highly recommend this hotel.

    One teeny tiny criticism : the hairdryers...they are a bit outdated.

    Très beau complexe hotelier et de thalasso


    Notre séjour était aggrémenté par la gentillesse, la politesse et le professionalisme de l'ensemble du personnel. Il va sans dire que le centre de thalassothérapie Atnénnée est formidable de par les soins dispensés par un personnel compétent; la beauté des installations et la propreté.

    Seule ombre au tableau: la gastronomie! Le buffet dinatoire ne correspond aucunement à un hôtel 5 étoiles de luxe et c'est bien dommage. Il faudrait que le direction fasse un bel effort dans la conception culinaire et par ex. aussi dans l'ammeublement de son restaurant "Céramique". C'est pour cette raison que nous ne recommanderons pas ni ne reviendrons dans cet hôtel aussi beau soit-il.

    Formidable hotel


    nous avons beaucoup apprécié cet hotel à tel point qu'à peine rentrés,nous avons reservé un nouveau séjour pour la période du 05/04/au 15/0402007. ACCUEIL CHALEUREUX ET PROFESSIONNEL

    Personnel poli et respectueux vis-à vis du client.

    UN MANAGER SYMPATHIQUE,CONVIVIAL et très professionnel au service du client/

    Hotel très bien entretenu,service de chambre nickel

    Restauration diversifiee et de qualité:merci pour les produits "bio"

    UN centre de thalasso digne d'être cité!

    BRAVO à tous

    C'est un établissement top!souhaitons qu'il le reste;c'est bien d'avoir les 5 étoiles:c'est mieux de les garder!!!

    Tres bon hotel a recommander


    tres bon hotel de qualité méritant son classement a recommander.

    A superb hotel in every way


    My wife and I stayed in this super-stylish, internationally rated 5 star resort during the second week of September 2006, in an ocean-view room.

    It is one of the best beach resorts that we have visited in this price range.

    In particular, we appreciated the excellent staff, fabulous design, great attention to detail, carefully prepared and high quality food, and overall tranquil ambience.

    Both the pool and beach area are wonderful: picturesque, clean, and tranquil.

    In short, our entire experience was excellent from start to finish. On this long strip of beach in Djerba, the Radisson is certainly in the best spot. It has no immediate neighbours to one side, and another high-end resort (Movenpick) to the other. Further along the beach, it is certainly more down-market.

    If you want elegance, luxury, quality, and relaxation, head to the Radisson. If you want crowds and noise, head elsewhere.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Blu Palace Resort & Thalasso, Djerba

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Djerba


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 22, 2014

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    ... It took ten minutes to cross the causeway. There were many resorts, akin to Cancun, Brys. As we were running late, we went directly to the caleche place, arriving at 1710. It was windy on the island. Stupid Hugh accidently kicked an adorable white, playful puppy.

    The Hotel Djerba Palace was huge and busy with a combination of locals and by and large French tourists. We had porters, placating some. There was only wifi in the lobby and even that was fleeting. Uploading ...

    Island of Djerba

    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Apr 23, 2013

    4 photos

    Tuesday 23rd April

    This morning we visited the island of Djerba linked to the mainland by a 7k causeway across a shallow stretch of sea. The island is very low (15m max) & has many scattered houses between what were the oldest olive trees we have ever seen as with most Tunisian dwellings most under construction or semi derelict. The women here where quite distinctive clothes in the form of white tunic dress ...


    A travel blog entry by djerbatourisme on May 19, 2011


    www.djerbatourisme.com offers you all his staff and products to garentee you best holidays, satisfaction, pleasure and best prices.

    All we want is to bring back tourists to our fantastic Island by offering all sorts of entertainment and excursions at a price that they won't find with other :

    Trip around ...

    Mahires to Aghir

    A travel blog entry by london_to_ct on Aug 08, 2010

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... cocktail from the French menu and we all awaited its arrival. All looked good on first sight, until the first sip was taken and all fell into place. This is a predominately Muslim country and as such no alcohol is served. Chezzy a splashed out and bought himself a fruit juice mix with an assortment of umbrellas and swizzle sticks. To console himself he bought yet another ice cream.

    Chezzy ...

    Jerba: Dirt and shrubs

    A travel blog entry by lauraaradi on Mar 31, 2010

    8 photos

    ... a camel or horse. By the conclusion of the tour, I (and everyone else) was coated with a thin venire of sand, my hair was matted from dirt as if I had plastered it with hairspray, and I could feel the grittiness of sand in my mouth.

    Jerba was a nice place for us to relax for a few days and do a whole lot of nothing, but I would not make it a future vacation destination.