As much as I wanted to like this hotel for being a base to enjoy a beautiful country, it failed for being an all inclusive. I was told, and promised beforehand that it would be airconditioned in the rooms, yet when we got there, they said the air conditioning was off due to it being off peak season. (35 degrees+ in the day in a sun facing room DEFINATELY needs air conditioning). The air conditioning in our room finally came on 2 days before we left, presumably because enough people complained (the manager in his ridiculously oversized suit was wandering around most nights doing what best he could do). I respect that they are not an alcohol drinking country but if you are serving alcohol on all inclisive you should at least make an effort. The alcohol is nothing short of awful. The beer tastes like the pipes havent been cleaned in 10 years, (although strangely the restaurant tastes more passable than the bar one) and the spirits are just a no go, Foul. Luckily i picked up some spirits from the airport, and the heineken are only £1.25 to buy. The food was manageable. an ok selection but repetitive. Some people complained of all the flies but its bloody hot, and they were to be found everywhere including the beach, u just get used to it. The pools were lovely, sunbeds fine, absolutely no issue finding one. The staff were very OTT in getting people on board. whistling every 15 minutes. but if your not interested they will not bother you again. The private beach area lovely, you wont get bothered by sellers. Just beware, u wont get free alcohol there only soft drinks, and you have to pay for a matress on the sunbeds, but not the sunbed, which obviously isnt a major issue. The water sports are very cheap compared to most places I've been. My main dissapointment is that even though i requested a pool side room room before we left, we got placed in a room directly opposite the train line. and dont take other reviews for granted, the front of the hotel is literally ON the train line, so it is very noisey (i think it starts at 6am and stops at 11pm). luckily the hotel were very accomodating in moving rooms ( ALL the english people we spoke to were given these awful rooms, coincindence?) but they did offer us many keys to choose the best so i respect them for that. All in all, its a manageable place to lay your head, but its TOO far out from Hammamet to do anything in the evening (especially when the free drinks end at 11, and they are not drinkable in the first place) so if you are travelling in this region i would suggest staying in Hammamet South, Yasmine Hammamet, or Northwards at Sousse (which our useless tansfer took us too first)
If youw ant an email address, (which took me an age to find and they didnt reply) its email@example.com
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