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Like many hotels in Tunisia, this one is suffering from lack of tourism (and the funds that tourists bring). This hotel was probably built in the 80's and little has been done to update it since then. There are lots of little deferred maintenance projects...More
I stayed at the Palm Beach Palace in Tozeur for four nights for business. From the moment we came into the hotel with its water fall, plants and amazing oasis feel to the entrance, I felt that I had stepped back to the land of...More
rooms are basic with no amenities.wi fi does not work and the front office shuts it off arbitrarily.no service whatsoever.the spa was big and the only working thing in the hotel .had to stay one night as we were moving ahead for desert safari next...More
Oh where to begin... As you walk in the front it all looks promising after that forget it most of the photo on this hotel from this app aren't from this hotel one there is no swim up room!! Indoor pool and outdoor rooms are...More
One thing , I can only say one thing. I loved the food there , I don't know what was the special thing but their breakfast was crazy delicious. All kind of food were so tasty, I'm not a big fan of food but there...More
We had a really good bar member called chauwkey ( I think spelling may be wrong) , he was brilliant and really appreciate the tips, and well deserved. Entertainment is ok in the evening quite low key to be fair but it's... More
We had a really good bar member called chauwkey ( I think spelling may be wrong) , he was brilliant and really appreciate the tips, and well deserved. Entertainment is ok in the evening quite low key to be fair but it's about right for the hotel. You don't want a party atmosphere for the clientel here. In daytime it's quiet, and again in a place like this loud music does not fit.
Not much in the area , apart from the usual hotel excersuions. I like the market but only in souke, great choice, and a nice time. Djerba is quiet compared to other Tunisian destinations, but again this suited us. There is a local bar, 3 mins walk which is French style, but had a great time drinking til the early hours. And there is now a club on the back of the resort which has just opened so this will be good if you like a more lively feel to your holiday