Vincci Nozha Beach Resort
Vincci Nozha is a 4-star, all-inclusive North African beach resort with an Italian name and European flair. It makes sense once you realize that its location on the northeast coast of Tunisia puts it within a ferry ride's reach of Sicily.
The property boasts conference space and business services, a luxurious spa, and a huge, heated outdoor pool that's just steps from the Mediterranean Sea. The town of Hammamet, which was first settled as long ago as the first century, is famous for its beaches and draws visitors from all over the world, particularly in the summer months.
Reviews of Vincci Nozha rave about the staff, from the helpful quality manager to the lovely man working in the gift shop. Several noted that the staff are great with kids, which helps make this resort a good choice for families. One recent guest who chose the property for a birthday celebration loved the floral designs left on the bed in her spacious and spotless room.
Visitors' favorite activities include lounging by the pool and playing volleyball on the beach. Those who come in winter report that there aren't many beach activities or water sports available, like jet skis. Summer months bring more activities and bigger crowds.
When it comes to dining, reviews say the on-site food is better than average for an all-inclusive resort. Dining options are of good quality and feature kid-friendly items, but the cook is not very innovative so meals can get repetitive. Thankfully, the property is close to a few shops and restaurants. Reviews particularly recommend the delicious and affordable Panorama Bar across the street.
Several reviewers point out that visitors who are unaccustomed to the culture may be unsettled by the number of goods and services being sold by people who either work for the hotel or are there with the hotel's permission.
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