Hotel staff do not speak English. Breakfast was terrible, one slice of dry cake, little bit bread and coffee. Rom was outdated, not too bad. No access to beach Location far away from everything. Only positive hinges was that price was resonable
Djerba is like an enormous, never-ending Hammamet. This hotel is clean and well-presented but away from the main towns. The reception is not well-manned and English is not really spoken or understood. Staff unfriendly. Bar area was noisy mid-afternoon.
We stayed there on our return trip to the UK after trekking in the Sahara on 27 December. The hotel was quiet. It is located a short walk from a local beach. There is a small bar which, like most places in Tunisia, allows smoking, which is a major irritant for Europeans used to non-smoking public spaces. There is a good sized outdoor pool which we didn't use as the weather (and water) were too cool. We did have a hamman and massage though the facilities for these leave much to be desired. The hamman it self was cold, though the steam partly warmed it up, and all the massage rooms were too cool. (I suspect that this is a winter problem and would not be the case in the hot months.) The overall hygiene and equipment level of the massage area needs attention. I had a pair of flip-flops which were at least four sizes too small, for instance. However, the food and service in the restaurant were good. Our room was adequately comfortable, though our window looked out onto a nearby blank wall. All of the staff were helpful and friendly, and most spoke or understood English. UK£ could be changed at a good rate at reception.…
a cute good little hotel in djerba.near to the beach and has a wonderful swimming pool itself.staffs there are very kind.and yes there are a lot of local people ,so it really has the good environment.
A good, clean hotel one block off the beach. This hotel typically has businessmen from the region as clients which makes for an interesting mix rather than being stuck in one of the tourist oriented hotels surrounding it. As a tourist you can simply walk into any of the tourist hotels anyway (and although I didn't try it I'm sure use the pools etc). This hotel is a good value and has all the amenities - a pool, restaurant, modest breakfast of buns and jam, coffee, juice, even TV, lovely staff. It's a short walk to the beach and it's restaurants, to the supermarket where you can buy wine and liquor, a longer walk to the casino.