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Reviewed 21 June 2011

The Movenpick hotel is east of Tunis airport. beyond La Marsa at Gammarth. It is set on the side of the cliff road and each floor is one storey high, built as steppes into hillside. It once traded as the Mercure. There is a grand wide entrance hall in marble flooring, with the main restaurant to the left and reception to the right.

I stayed two nights Thursday 16 and Friday 17 June 2011. The hotel was reported full the night before and I waited 45 mins for my room to be ready. Thereafter the hotel seemed pretty empty.

I had room 234 towards the end of a long corridor from Reception level. The corridor had exhibits of colourful furniture at strategic points. I went down 3steps to my door. The room was very large, with an outside patio leading to grassed roof of next floor down. Bed was huge with one equally large duvet. It was comfortable. It was stylish though rather low quality wall cupboards. Bathroom was well equipped with shower over the bath. There was an opaque glass panel so anyone showering could be seen from the bed. The lavatory was separate, with an “arab-region” hose in place of a bidet.

There were two restaurants - one by the pool where I had dinner on first night. Fair value. The other where breakfast is served. It was difficult to get strong hot coffee.the buffet was ok though i would have preferred more breads and fewer cakes and pastries.

There is a kidney shaped pool - large in appearance but about a third is too shallow to swim in. There is access to beach where hotel has own loungers and towels supply

I found the staff to be friendly and helpful. They were keen to try out their English on me.

I paid EUR 117 per night for room and TD 52 (about EUR 25) for each breakfast.

I would stay again for a holiday but the hotel is too far from city centre if working there. A metered yellow taxi costs about TD 11

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile
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Stayed: March 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 August 2015
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  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with family
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