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Jinene & Royal Jinene Hotels
4.0 of 5 Hotel   |   Sdht, Boulevard du 14 Janvier Route Touristique Sousse, Sousse 4051, Tunisia   |  
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“Two Weeks in Royal Janine.”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed March 25, 2012

The staff where excellent and the food was acceptable.
Unfortunately isolated from any bars or resteraunts except for the" The Edge" (turn left and about
10 minute walk, find on the left hand side) Taxi ride to the Irish Pub and the Port, 4 dinar, haggle for this, they often ask 5.
Our Maid was lovely although a bit dippy! We found everyone so very friendly.
The Camel ride was a scream, dont be put off by first impression! You will know what I mean when you go!!!

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  • Stayed March 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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mohsen192, General Manager at Jinene & Royal Jinene Hotels, responded to this review, August 7, 2012
Excellent staff good food clean room this is our main purpuse to provide good service
and to make a nice holiday to all guests
For your remarks we say Hotel is situated beteen Sousse center and Port el kantaoui near
shopping center the transport is always available taxi buses small train ....
Farmyard near Hotel are private proprety but some guests prefer this nature view beach side
or sea and pool view
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 6, 2012

We are a couple in our early 30's & booked a last minute half board deal at the Royal Jinene (Jinene is closed at quiet times) with Thomas Cook. We flew from Bristol on time with no problems. (The Manchester flight at the same time as ours, however, had a 10 and half hour delay) The food was typical airline food and perfectly palatable. There was no entertainment on board, but it's only a short flight and, according to our (extremely lovely & funny) female captain, due to geographical shortcuts, the flight was even shorter. The same was true of our return journey.

The only issue with Passport Control at Enfhida was the queues, as all the flights seem to land at the same time - Not a big deal in February, but I imagine could make for hurrendous queues in Summer.
There are a lot of Porters at the airport, if needed, We heard of some bad experiences regarding tipping them but as we didn't need them we can't comment personally. There are a lot of private taxi drivers that approached me when I was alone outside the airport, but politely telling them we already had a transfer was enough for them to go onto the next person and I never felt uncomfortable or threatened.

I would highly recommend Transfers 4 U. We paid £13.74 for 2 people return transfers. Thomas Cook wanted £44!! Transfer time was around 45 mins each way, although this may differ depending on which hotels they need to stop at. The coach driver was lovely. My boyfriend left his hand luggage on the coach. We rang the company from reception, the person we spoke to was very helpful & understanding, gave us a time that the driver would drop the bag off and this was done promptly.

Wonderful welcome at the hotel, especially from Wissam, the porter, who was a total joy to see and speak to every time we entered or left the lobby. He took us & our bags to the room, answering all our questions & didn't hang around for a tip. So when we changed some money later in the day, we gave him a tip, and he was very grateful.

There is a welcome guide in the room, which is very informative about the hotel facilities, as are all the staff. The bank at reception is only open at certain times to change money, so I recommend you check this when you arrive, if you havn't changed any money at the airport. A good idea is to change a little at the airport for drinks, tips, taxis, etc then use the hotel or cashpoints. Remember you cannot take Dinars out of the country, so be careful of changing too much at a time. Exchange rate when we were there was around 2.37TD - 1GBP.

The room was lovely, very clean, bright and spacious with thermostat, tiled floors, a good sized balcony, large bathroom & seperate WC. The shower over the bath was excellent with plenty of hot water and good drainage. Loads of wardrobe and drawer space, plenty of mirrors, including full length. Hairdryer on wall in bathroom, but I had my own so didn't try it. Shampoo, Soap & Bath foam is provided. Towels changed & beds made every day and bedding changed every 3 days. There is the option to use 'Do Not Disturb' if you prefer though. The TV shows only 2 channels in English BBC News & a pretty decent film channel. We had a sea view which was nice & peaceful but didn't get the sun and could get quite chilly. The pool view rooms have the sun all day, but, i imagine could be a little noisy for some people at busier times.

The pool area is pretty & well kept by the pool man who is fun & friendly & brought me vases of flowers. You can get a good mattress for your lounger for 1 dinar. Plenty of sunbeds when we were there, but, again, i think could get overcrowded when both hotels are open & full. The pool was very cold at this time of year and only bearable at the end of the week after a few days of beautiful sunshine. The pool bar/cafe is nice, cheap & friendly and the AI bar the same. We upgraded to AI some days for 25TD each per day, and the system works very well. Might be good to note, that the only spirits available on AI are local drinks, Bhouka & Citradine. (Not for the faint hearted, but fun in moderation!!)

The beach area is quite small, but clean, tidy & peaceful. Again there were plenty of loungers & mattresses available. The sea is clean & clear, and slightly warmer than the pool. We swam, even in february, but i must admit we only saw a couple of others brave it after a few hot days!!

The indoor pool was lovely and warm with good, hot, enclosed showers.

We were shown around the Spa, and, although clean, found it a bit dingey & in need of an upgrade. Prices good compared to England but not as good facilities, and expensive compared to Turkey. So we didn't try it. The gym is 5 TD to use and is just a small room with 5 pieces of equipment, so again we didn't use it.

The bar just off reception was comfortable & clean with good service, but a bit smoky. Mainly people playing cards, chatting and chilling. They will put a match on for you if you ask, but you probably wont get English commentary. We went to the Irish Bar in PEK for football and rugby (No Guinness though?!!) Or there is The Rose & Crown upstairs in the Tej Marhaba Shopping Centre in Sousse.

We enjoyed the food, especially the vegetables, salads, fresh omelettes & casseroles. And the desserts are to die for. I think wherever you stay you have to remember you are not in England & they are catering for many nationalities There was plenty of choice, hot plates & good service. If you want a McD's there's a 'Farmer Burger' on the way to Sousse, go there!! The restaurant is non smoking.

As it was out of season, there was only one Entertainer, Helmy (Don't know how it is spelt, sorry)when we stayed, but he was great fun, and did well considering there weren't that many guests. In the day & early evening he was happy to sit with people & play games, cards or chat, but didn't hassle you if you didn't want it. The evenings we stayed at the hotel we saw the Strong Man show, Belly Dancer & played cash Bingo. All your typical cheesy stuff, but it's what you make it & we had some great belly laughs. One night there weren't many of us, so we played Bingo for free trips, our friends won & we dared Helmy to go in the sea early in the morning & he didn't let us down, bearing in mind it was COLD!! There is also free mini golf, table tennis, boulles, a little play park & tennis is free on AI.

The hotel is just off the main road from PEK to Sousse, each being between a 30min-1hour walk along the main road or beach. Or a few mins by taxi or bus. There are loads of taxi's, and very cheap, we told them what we wanted to pay, if they didn't agree we said we would get the bus (about 30p each. No. 12 or 18) & they would say ok. On average 6TD from Sousse to PEK and 3-4TD from Jinene to either.

For the Monoprix Supermarket, turn right out of hotel and is about 5-10 min walk. It has everything you could need and is very cheap.
If you turn left out of the hotel and walk 5-10 mins there is a huge shop called Palm Sopping Centre, selling EVERYTHING from water to postcards, pots clothing, shoes & toileteries at good prices.

PEK is pretty, and mainly pedestrianised. It has the usual nice little shops, restaurants,etc. the fountain is pretty lit up at night , but is not on very often out of season (ask at hotel for times) The fairground, Hanibal Park, is fun, but don't expect white knuckle rides. It's free to enter & you buy tickets for the rides you want to go on. The most expensive working out at about 7 TD. The water Park wasn't open when we were there. There are some nice looking golf courses for a small charge and the dress code is not too strict like some countries.

Can't say too much about Sousse as we found it very busy and run down in a lot of places, And encountered a few ladies with children sitting on the streets begging, which was upsetting that you can't really make a difference to them, so it wasn't really for us, as we just went for a bit of lazy R&R mainly. We didn't venture too far into the Medina, for the same reason, but we heard mixed reviews from other guests who did. I think the general opinion is to be polite but thick skinned, know what you want & what you want to pay & stick to it. And even though we didn't venture far in, we did get shouted & sworn at by one guy when we said Le Shokran (no thankyou).

El Jem is absolutely stunning and not to be missed. The reps do bus trips, but we got a taxi & driver for 4 people for 80TD arranged by one of the receptionists. He picks you up, takes you wherever you want to go and waits for you for as long as you want wherever you stop. Just inside there is a little shop selling DVDs that have a screen playing a guided tour so you can get any info you want from there. Around the edges of the Arena are a couple of really friendly little cafes, where we paid 2TD for a beer & 1TD for a coke. The little village suurounding El Jem has a lovely local feel and is nowhere near as touristy as we expected.

The Quad trip was good fun, riding through the olive groves and farms and seeing how the locals really live, however it could be a bit upsetting if you think too long about the poverty & extremely skinny working animals. The only other thing that spoils it a bit is the amount of fly tipping you see. We paid £18 GBP each inc. transfers through a local rep in the hotel lobby & 3TD each for photos. We were riding for 2 hours & you stop for a toilet & drink break. 3TD each for a fanta.

The worst part of the holiday was the Pirate boat trip. We booked with a guy called Fritz in the hotel lobby. We paid 90TD for 2 people (some people paid more than this) and were told that a bbq lunch, all drinks, a show & transfers were included. However, in his car on the way to Sousse port he informed us that drinks were not included as it was a quiet time of year & that if we wanted a lift home we would have to buy his Gas!! We should have challenged this more, but didn't. Luckily we took a bottle of water, because on the boat they wanted 7TD for an orange juice!! Then they took loads of photos of you, later wanting 5TD per photo, Others were grabbing your arm to drag you to look at a stall full of jewellery set up on deck and even brought it over and put it on you if you werent vigilant. And others were putting bandanas on you and asking for money for the priviledge. Once we set sail they performed a Strong man show, then came round with a bowl asking for money for it and weren't happy when all we gave was 2TD (We paid £45 for this trip!!!) Although the sea was calm the boat rocked like anything and many of us felt sick & i was (in a 'toilet' that was a pan on the floor, squashed behind a door with a hose to wash it out!!) After sailing possibly a whole circular mile we stopped just outside the same port we started at for lunch - fish or nothing & an opportunity to go fishing (at more cost!!!) Then about 20 mins back in to dock, having seen nothing we couldnt see from the comfort of our own balcony or the side of the port for free!! We would advise you avoid this waste of time and blatant rip off at all costs.

Other guests told us about trips they took that they enjoyed, which we will do when we return, which were the 2 day Sahara trip, Monastir, Tunis & the Reps Caberet night at the Casino.

We weren't really there for the nightlife, but a couple of young lads we met said that 'Living' was a good club, just outside Sousse. The 5* Movenpick was also beautiful for an evening, and you are welcome to go there anytime & walk around, use the facilities & take pictures.

|Apart from the first day, being a bit cloudy & high winds.The weather was beautiful while we were there, and we got great tans & much needed Vitamin D!! We checked BBC weather online the day before we left and the forecast was exactly right for the week.

All in all, we could not fault the Royal Jinene, especially for what we paid and we would happily go back. The location was ideal for us for a relaxing break, having the beach on our doorstep, but close enough & cheap enough to get out & about if we wanted.

The only negatives we saw were when we were out & about - the amount of litter, grafitti, building work & general begging culture (in some situations), I think it would benefit the Tunisians greatly if they were to tweak these issues,

  • Stayed February 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed January 30, 2012

Went there on a family holiday. The hotel was bit outdated but clean. Food was good, loved their crepes! Great animation program throughout the day and in the evenings. Bit far from town so would recommend getting somethign with more convenient lacation.

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  • Stayed May 2011, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 2 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed January 6, 2012

We booked the Hotel Jinene at the last minute with Thomas Cook and ended up staying at the Royal Jinene. The rep told me that most people are "upgraded" when they arrive.
We arrived in the evening and there was NO MEAL provide despite the fact that this was supposedly included with the package book. This was dissappointing as we were travelling with a young child who needed to be fed. Normally, having worked in the travel industry,one might expect at least a cold salad to be served up if guests are going to be checking in late. We were not delayed or anything and so the hotel could have easily predicted our arrival time - given that it was a package holiday. No apology was given or options offered and none of the buffet restaurants were opened at our arrival time. It was only 9.30 at night. We have travelled to Tunisia before and arrived after the restaurant closed. A late evening meal was provided to us.

Our room was lovely and spacious and we were allocated a sea view room on the third floor. It was lovely. We had all expected facilities and took our own kettle as we knew that this would not be provided. There was hairdryer in the bathroom and the bathroom and toilet facilities were separate. I thought that they could have installed a small hand basin in the WC so that you could also wash your hands and not interupt if someone was using the shower or bath. The bathroom was pretty big.

There were three of us in the room and yet throughout the holiday we were only ever provided with two sets of towels. I assume that they thought my daughter should just reuse one of the adults towels?

There was a TV in the room and luckily for us, we have studied French as there were no channels in English except for BBC world - which shows mostly news. There are most of the French channels and there are also a few in German.

The reception staff were not great at providing local information and suggested catching a taxi every time we asked how to get somewhere. They had no maps or local information that they were willing to share with us. On the other hand, the kids club and animation team were great and spoke a very high standard of English and were willing to help out at any time. My little girl had a ball at kid´s club and still asks if she can go to kid´s club even though we are now back home. LADIES - BE VERY WARY OF THE NIGHT RECEPTIONIST. I had him try to come on to me when I arrived late one night (sober and well dressed) with my little girl hand in hand with me. He wanted to know where my "husband" was and tried it on. Early the next morning he also followed me into the dining area and wanted to "chat" DISGUSTING. I reported this incident to the rep and the manager as it was obvious he had tried this with someone before and gotten away with it. The manager offered his apologies and later the sleazebag did too. I got the impression that apologies were only forthcoming as the rep was informed and as I had his image stored on my digital camera and made a big fuss about the whole affair.

The animation was the same for 2 weeks running. Normally hotels change the program around every two weeks as many people stay for a fortnight. By the second week we didn´t bother even going down to the evening entertainment as we had seen it before. On only two nights the hotel offered entertainment from outside. The team seemed to be trying their best, but after the kid´s mini disco was over - it just wasn´t worth hanging around as we would have probably died with boredom!

The food was good at this hotel, except for one night when they only offered Tunisian dishes. I have a very fussy three year old and the chef bent over backwards to offer her something to eat if she wouldn´t eat from the buffet. I was however VERY VERY DISSAPOINTED with the gala meals offered to us over Christmas and new year. The hotel doesn´t offer a choice and they offer a set menu served over several hours. The menu included fish and meat for most courses and there was no kids choices or a vegetarian option. I ASKED FOUR PEOPLE - the rep included.. to try and sort me out a veggie meal and something for me little girl.. nothing fancy.. but at least maybe one course we could eat!! The manager then asked me WHY (at the actual gala meal) I hadn´t sorted it out beforehand. I had to call him over and explain that I couldn´t eat the meal they were serving up to me and my little girl just wouldn´t even look twice at it. Eventually I received an ommlette, two Breton style pancakes (with savoury food tucked inside) and my little girl had a plate of spaghetti. The chef was a big flirt with all the ladies - but it was all just a joke and he always had a kind word for everyone - in various languages - and seemed to enjoy getting to know the guests. There is little room in the dining room and people were continually having to get up and move to let other guests in and out. Each group had an allocated table for the whole holiday - but often you arrived in the dining room to find no cutlery as other guests had "borrowed" it. Also, when the waiters came to take away dirty dishes - they also took the cutlery so you were left with none for the next course - as it was never replaced. Some days no place was set for my little girl as my menu card on our table stated 2 plus 1.

The drink is double the price in the hotel compared with the irish bar 5 mins walk away. If you intend to drink a lot then upgrade tò all inclusive!

The swimming pool was great (the indoor one as it was too cold to use the one outdoors) the only problem was that there was no lifeguard and many guests used the access door to the swimming pool to run in and out from the hotel grounds. This meant the surrounding pool area probably wasn´t as hygenic as it should have been as they had shoes on. Cold air also rushed in and cooled the pool area down. The showers at the pool area are fab so you don´t need to rush up to your room to wash your hair. they are enclosed cubicles and have a shower curtain for privacy.

To get into sousse - it takes about 30 mins to walk and to kantoui (the main resort) it takes about 20-30 mins. The bus isn´t expensive - about 20pence per adult and half price for kids. it is SUPPOSED to run every 20 mins and is the number 12 or number 12-18. you can catch the bus back to the hotel from sousse just outside the medina - at the bus station. the same bus takes you to PEK.

If you want to go online - it costs 5 dinars for a half hour at the hotel but the price is much lower in town. shop around if you plan to check out your facebook page and emails. it is also much more expensive to call from the hotel as it is to call from one of the many "taxi phone" shops.

Brushing up on your french before travelling to tunisia will help you get around a whole lot easier and help bargain for cheaper taxi fares and souvenirs!

  • Stayed December 2011, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed December 29, 2011

We stayed just after the shutdown for the revolution, we had booked the Jinene but were put in the Royal Jinene because there were only a handful of guests. The room was large and pleasant with a balcony, the toilet is in a separate room from the sink/bath/shower, the TV only had one channel in English (BBC News) but some of the Arabic channels have English films with Arabic subtitles rather than dubbing. The food was excellent, lots of selection but no bacon, pork etc. The indoor pool is large, well heated and excellent, the outdoor pool looks nice but it was not warm enough to try. The hotel is close to the beach but on the outskirts of Sousse, about 4km north of the centre of Sousse and about 4km south of Port El Kantaoui. About 500m north on the main road is a Monoprix supermarket which has a good selection but no alcohol. To save on transfers, if you are flying to Enfidha Airport there is a Societe de Transporte du Sahel bus every 90 minutes into Sousse that goes by the Jinene; if you are flying into Monastir Airport there is a train right outside the airport (walk through the parking lot) every 30 to 60 minutes to Sousse Bab Jedid (TD 0.800), walk 500m north to the main circle (with the tourist office and main entrance to the Medina) and take bus 12/18 (the destination signs are all in Arabic apart from the number, you board at the rear and leave from the front) (TD 0.430) which goes by the Jinene.

  • Stayed March 2011, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 17, 2011

This was my first solo travel abroad however I would advice every tourist not to dress too touristy and try to blend in with the locals if you want to avoid attention from beggers or perhaps local merchants. Anyways, the hotel was great! I have ralised that there are many bad comments abotu this hotel however it seems they have overcome that and it is moving in the right direction. The facilities are excellent and the food is perfect with a variety of selections. It is quiet a distance from Sousse centre and Medina, too Medina it is about an hour with a cool walk or 30 minutes if you are a fast walker, Sousse centre is 15-30 minutes. Taxi ride from the Hotel to Medina is 5 TND make sure you bargan with the taxi driver if you would like it cheaper.

  • Stayed November 2011, traveled solo
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed September 22, 2011

I have thought about writing this review for a while and finally decided I should. Wish I didn't even have to rate it. It was like Fawlty Towers on steroids and would have been funny if we were not on the receiving end! From the moment we tried to check in to the moment we left, it was just plain awful and we were not welcome at all. I think they maybe thought we were American? Nothing royal about this place.
There was this mystical manager (who never appeared) that the staff had to pass every minor decision through. Talk about disempowered staff! When we arrived quite tired the smarmy reception man informed us there was no booking for us and refused to let us telephone the booking company to sort out.
Over the next few days as we tried to sort out reimbursement from the booking company (Expedia- who the staff claimed they had never heard of) the reception guy constantly was rude to us and taunted us saying "See there is no problem".
Every time we went and sat in the dining room, staff rudely pushed us to another table as they had some bizarre seating arrangement that they would not share with us (even though no one would come and sit at the table we originally sat at).
To top of a horrible stay, I checked three times with many staff about my laundry and gave them 3 days to it in. When we went to check out, they turned up with my laundry still dirty and not even folded and said sorry. But they seemed happy that my laundry was still dirty.
I don't think their rude behaviour was lost in translation as my father was with us and he was born in Tunisia.
I do not recommend anyone stay at this place as it tainted our whole view of Tunisia and we will never go back there.
But having said all this...the Europeans, including the British seemed to love it here!? Having read other reviews it seems like people stayed in a completely different hotel.

  • Stayed November 2010, traveled with family
    • 1 of 5 stars Value
    • 2 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 1 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Sdht, Boulevard du 14 Janvier Route Touristique Sousse, Sousse 4051, Tunisia
Location: Tunisia > Sousse Governorate > Sousse
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#8 Spa Hotel in Sousse
#13 Luxury Hotel in Sousse
#14 On the Beach Hotel in Sousse
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:4 star — Jinene & Royal Jinene Hotels 4*
Number of rooms: 325
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Hotel Jinene located between Sousse and Port EL Kantaoui direct on sandy beach Rooms with air conditioning bathroom TV balcony fridge on request sea or garden view Restaurant with buffet meals lobby bar Pizzeria Mini club Animation SPA Playground area for children Mini golf tennis court open-air Pool with sperate pool for children indoor heated swimming pool ... more   less 
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