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I booked 3 nights from 26/06/17 To 29/06/17 along with my wife and 3 young kids in 2 connected rooms.
To start, the first shock was just arriving to the main entrance of the hotel and suddenly I was surprised with a very small/limited parking...More
The room was dirty , specialy Under the third bed ( Dust , sand) . My wife was in obligation to clean bu here self .
The AC ( Air Condition ) was superb.
I like the welcome and greeting of The reception staff .
We arrived at Carthage airport and drove 5 hours until the hotel in an old hot bus. We got into the room...first thing: air conditioner is set off to the whole hotel. The room was boiling hot. Next thing we see: Mold all over the...More
Well , I booked 2 rooms for a family of five,at the reception they gave me a suite
called rafik,I thought I was lucky but surprises were waiting for me , first ;sewage odour
some errant roaches and at night I had to call the...More
We chose this hotel for a family vacation (mother, sister and her baby and me) last week of September 2015. Transfer from the airport was all right and safe and took about 1.5 hours. The hotel is right on the beach, the rooms are a...More
US$ 83 - US$ 266 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#4 Spa Hotel in Mahdia
#5 Luxury Hotel in Mahdia
#5 On the Beach Hotel in Mahdia
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We were there several weeks after the museum shooting. There was an unarmed security guard who kept an eye on the beach area but since we were there early in the season, there weren't many people on the beach since... More
We were there several weeks after the museum shooting. There was an unarmed security guard who kept an eye on the beach area but since we were there early in the season, there weren't many people on the beach since the water was still too cool and it could get quite windy and cool even during the day. Having said that, we never felt unsafe while we were there, for what that's worth. The only time we saw armed police were on the streets at the roundabouts when we drove to and from the hotel.
I don't know what country you're from or what you're used to in terms of security but I don't know if having an armed security guard on the beach would make me feel any safer. I saw this once when I was a kid at a hotel in the Dominican and it actually made me more scared since I wasn't used to seeing people with guns. I don't come from a country where everyone walks around with a gun so it's unusual for me.
We had a great trip to Tunisia. The hotel staff were all very nice and as horrible as the two attacks there have been, I don't see how these 2 events should impact the entire country with a permanent stain especially considering how many shootings (for whatever reason) occur in countries like the US on a regular and ongoing basis.
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"rooms in the main wing and far right wing (when you face the sea) are more quiet"