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“Brilliant trip, did not want to come home”
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Tej Marhaba Hotel
Ranked #14 of 36 Hotels in Sousse
Looe, United Kingdom
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“Brilliant trip, did not want to come home”
Reviewed May 5, 2009

Just back from a wonderful week in Tunisia. Hotel, staff, cleanliness etc all first class. Some parts of the hotel are a little tired but still very clean. Had a fab rooom with views of the pool and sea. There is a new hotel being built in front but it is low rise and we heard very little in the way of noise. There is a wide choice of food, all hot and fresh, including vegetarian. The desserts are the same every night but good choice and lovely. If you want ice cream just ask. THe only gripe we had was there was no fresh fruit apart from huge oranges.
There was a wide age range during our week, a few children but there really is not a lot for them to do. Every one else was very friendly and we met some lovely people.
The medina is a great experience and a must but Do haggle, it's all part of the experience; expect to pay about a third of what they ask, watch your bag and just as long as you are sensible it is great fun but do not go at night. We got the noddy train which runs if and when but is ideal and only about 2 dinar each way.
Pot el Kantoui is beautiful, quiet and worth spending a morning walking around. Get a tuk tuk back if you feel brave but beware it can be a bit hair raising.
The 2 day sahara trip is a must. It is exhausting but worth every penny. Total drive is about 900 miles but you see El Djem where Gladiator was made, Matmata to see the Berber homes then on to Douz for the camel trip into the Sahara. This lasts about an hour with a stop in the middle and is amazing. Spend the night in Douz (good hotel) and on the way back to Sousse you go through the salt plains which are amazing and really eirie. Then you join the 4x4s for a drive into the Atlas mountains, see Tamerza where they filmed the English Patient; transfer to horse and cart for a visit to a small plantation (boring) and Kairouan for the 4th largest mosque.
We also did the African Dream which includes a visit to the zoo in Friguia. THe zoo is a bit naff but the african show was lovely with a really good atmosphere.
We finished off our holiday with a full body massage and manicure in the hotel which was a lovely way end our trip.
Did not want to come home. Had a fab trip. We are two 50ish blonde ladies and at no time did we feel threatened or unsafe although had we been even just a tiny bit gullible we could have acquired several toy boys!!!! Apparantly I am worth 20,000 camels!! As long as you remember that you are going to a very poor country, respect their culture and ways it is a great experience. If you want a lager lout holiday with McDonalds then go to Benidorm.

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 25, 2009

We went a while ago but I am newish to tripadvisor and slowing puttin on all my reviews! We went here, on a last minute deal, the weather was fantastic. The pool was beautiful and our room was great, the sun terrace was amazing. it was on the top floor and the view was amazing. We went half board and we had breafast every morning and we had dinner 4 out of 7 evenings. The waiter by the pool was fab, althugh we did feel obliged to tip him all the time.as the rolls and chips from the bar there, we lovely we also ate lunch here several times and enjoyed it.
whilst here i had a full body massage which was value for money. i dont no what the exchnage rate is at the mo. my husband had a massage as well at the same time on a differnt occasion!
we went on the trip to the ampitheatre where gladiator was filmed. this was good.
the only thing is the blokes in these countrys like turkey they tend to letch on young women im 26 and it doesnt bother me to much but if your easily imtimidated it is annoying. The medina was good for bargain hunting and present hunting. we walked the tower to which was hard in the heat!!! we went to port el kantoui i think thats spelt wrong!! but it was nice there husband got a bargain watch, and we had dinner and drinks. taxi rides are slightly scary. also they dontsell beer in shops only in a bar or hotel.
only problem we had was one night the air con system went weird really noisy and woke everyone but was oon fixed.
would go again on late deal, just saw one first choice 530 half board week 13may

  • Stayed June 2006, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 22, 2009

got back from the tej after one week stay


what a lovely hotel the reception area is superb and is constantly cleaned. our room was clean and tidy and looked towards the pool area and overlooked the sea, well overlooked a huge construction site but it wasent to noisy and you could see the sea. nice shower cleaned daily,we tipped the maid 2 dinar a day, she was happy with that. (thats about our quid). On tips they expect it, 1 Dinar is enough. Food is good plenty of choice although some of it probably not english enough, but worth a try. On the bars, about 5 in all. I camped out in the rose and crown more friendly and 12 hour sky sports, all channels and more. the beer ok celtia, not quite carling but its all you get. a pint will do ya 560 dinar(2.80) glass wine 400 dinar(2.00) same as uk. all in hotel good.


ladies if you are fortunate enough or maybe unfortunate to be well endowed and have fair hair your time outside the hotel could be a right pain in the butt. my wife was constantly leered at and had comments said to her even when i was with her, worse in the medina and sousse town area(very annoying and hard not to react to)the medina was fun at first but after a few hours the constant hassle to buy something gets unbearable, go to the soular centre just outside the medina, its fixed price so no haggling and probably cheaper


i think all in all it was good, if i wanted a holiday to just doss in the sun and drink beer,this hotel would be great, to go out and just stroll around sight seeing i probably wouldnt go back. i was on my honeymoon this time so just me and the wife. i dont think i would be comfortable taking my ten year old blonde daughter.


Try and enjoy we did overall.

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 16, 2009

In Europe for 4* you get more than in Africa .
Food was poorly ,excepting the cakes , bread and pastry (jam) . coffie and milk .
Probable my usage on Greece , Turskis , Hungary ,Serbian,Bosnian and Italian food is reason .
ladyes-maid work every day . but blanket was dirty and in toilette smell dirty at night .
On tv you have 7-8 chanels . Beach is 200 m .Pool was great .
and if you want to feel pleasure go to Port or Yasmin Hammamet . Also go to Sahara that was great experience .

  • Stayed March 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 13, 2009

Just got back from a week at the Tej and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The hotel is very clean and although the furnishings are dated, everything worked. Our room was cleaned everyday and towels and bedding replaced. The shower was excellent and much better than many British hotels we have stayed in! The pool area was clean and tidy and there was plenty of space for people to sit and not feel crowded. Although the outdoor pool was cold it was pleasant enough to swim in when you wanted to cool down. There was always plenty of food and the waiter couldn't do enough for us. Although the food is quite British/European there was always plenty of choice and the bread was fantastic. We did a couple of trips and thought these were good value. As people have said you can get hassled in the medina but we found that wearing sunglasses and not speaking just smiling confused the locals as they didn't know what language to speak to you in! We just kept walking and all was fine. If you can't bear to haggle then go for the fixed price shops and just pay what it says on the ticket. Overall we had a lovely time and thought it was very good value for money. We wanted a relaxing holiday and got just that!

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 11, 2009

My husband and I had first stayed at this hotel in September/October 2001 – in the apartments, on a self-catering basis. We had had a lovely holiday and decided to return to the hotel for a relaxing holiday. This time we decided to stay in the main hotel.The hotel has a 4-star rating, but comparing it with other four star hotels we have stayed in, I would say it is really only a 3 star. It has the facilities, but not the service and we felt it had declined since 2001. We travelled with Thomas Cook and stayed on a bed, breakfast and evening meal basis. As the holiday was so cheap we had already decided before we left that we would eat out as often as possible in the evening.

Meals
All meals were on a buffet basis. Breakfast in particular was very disappointing. It was theoretically served until 10 am, but at 9.55 am they started removing everything from the dining room, including the coffee! By 10.05 am the room was deserted! The same thing happened in the evening – at 9 pm the food was totally removed! The choice of food was disappointing. Most mornings the only fruit available was melon. Some mornings there was no fruit at all. There was always salad and sliced processed cheese. Yoghurt was put out in large bowls, but not replaced if it ran out. There wasn’t any fruit juice available, only orange and lemon squash. Fresh orange juice could be purchased at 2 dinars (90p – all prices are based on Sept 2008 conversion rates) a glass. There was a poor attempt at an English cooked breakfast – grilled tomatoes, baked beans, hot dog sausages. It is worth getting down to breakfast early for the freshly cooked doughnuts – they went quickly and didn’t seem to be replaced once gone. Dinner was slightly better – there was variety. There was always a vegetarian section, but BEWARE, not all food is labelled correctly and I found meat in dishes where the label omitted to mention meat! I found chicken in the vegetarian lasagne and the ingredients of an aubergine with Mexican beans dish were listed in detail down to the smallest spice, but it omitted to say that it contained lamb! There was always salad, which was the safest thing for strict vegetarians (but could get boring over a fortnight!). We asked for the wine list and there was a good choice of wines, but good wines (all Tunisian) weren’t cheap. ‘Jour et Nuit’ is a nice white, but cost 23 dinar (£10). Ugni Blanc is cheaper, but still drinkable. We often hadn’t finished our wine by 9pm when the dining room closed, but we were able to take it out to the lobby bar to drink it. The seating system in the dining room was a bit strange. We were told that our table would be our table for the entire stay, but often at breakfast other people were sitting there. This idea of pre-arranged seating also meant that we couldn’t vary where we sat – a window table would have been nice on some mornings.

Room
The room was very basic for a four-star hotel. Half the light switches didn’t work, including the patio light. The plug in the washbasin didn’t drain away – I had to remove it completely. Toiletries (1 shower cap, 2 sachets of shampoo,2 sachets of shower gel, 2 ‘bars’ of soap) were provided at the start of our stay, but not regularly replenished. The towels (very thin and old) and sheets were replaced daily. The room was always cleaned, even on a day when we didn’t leave it until 2 pm! There was a fridge in the room, which was useful to keep water cold. The TV (which we don’t usually watch on holiday, but which I checked for the sake of this review) only worked when I fiddled with the aerial. When I did get it to work I couldn’t find an English-language channel, despite four being listed on the information pack in the room. The wardrobe had an unpleasant smell, which permeated into our clothes. The carpet was stained. All in all it was a bit tired and needed updating. We paid £100 extra for a sea view, but were very disappointed as the view was hindered by a building site. A huge building (hotel?) was being built directly in front of the Tej Marhaba and the building work was going on into the night, if not all through the night. We could see the sea over the building site (as of September 2008), but it wasn’t worth £100! This side of the hotel also looks over the pool, so at least we weren't overlooking the main road.

Bars
Most the bars within the hotel complex that we went to in the evening (Piano Bar, Bistro, Rose and Crown) had football on. Only the lobby bar didn’t – there was holiday-camp type entertainment on after dinner, which wasn’t to our taste (karaoke, belly dancing, magician). I suspect that I was ripped off in the lobby bar when I was charged 6 dinars for two coffees. Later I discovered that in the Bistro bar a coffee was only 1.50 dinar. We always had a pre-dinner drink in the lobby bar and managed to time it with the time of the break of fast (it was Ramadan while we were there) – this meant all the bar staff disappeared to eat, leaving one person to serve the whole bar. Although the bar was usually quiet at this time, as most people had gone into the dining room for an early dinner, it still took ages to get served in the bar. (By the way, being there at Ramadan didn’t affect us at all – we were able to get food and drink throughout the day.)
In 2001 the Claire de Lune Piano Bar was a nice place to go and listen to live music – a regular pianist. We were pleased to see that the same pianist was there in 2008, but now the bar had got a TV screen installed, showing football every evening and although the pianist was there, we only heard him play the piano once in the whole fortnight. (I still think it’s odd that the hotel paid a live pianist to play, while showing football.) The bar was usually empty or there were one or two other couples/groups in there. On a Saturday night there was a group of waiters, plus the piano player grouped around watching the football match. It was a Tunisian match, with Arabic commentary, so none of the tourists were interested in it. We also discovered that the prices listed on the menu were different from the prices on the bill. When we questioned this we were told that the prices on the menu were out of date! We went to the Bistro bar on a couple of evenings. They had live music (a drum-playing singer and guitarist, who played all kinds of popular music from the last 50 years) – I think they appeared on a Wednesday and Saturday night and were better than the entertainment in the lobby bar.
We mainly had lunch in the hotel – usually at the Oasis snack bar by the pool. A small portion of Tunisian salad cost 5 dinar (£2.20), but only had a small amount of tuna in it. (We found cafes outside the hotel that charged half this price.) There was fresh orange juice on the menu, but it was never available – in the way of soft drinks only bottled fizzy drinks were available.
We always bought water from the supermarket near the hotel. This supermarket also sold all kinds of snacks, fruit, soft drinks, etc, but only alcohol-free beer.

Eating out
There is a street of restaurants about 5 minutes walk from the hotel (Boulevard de la Cornishe – opposite the El Hana Beach Hotel). Our favourite restaurant in 2001 had been Tip Top. We were disappointed that it had either closed for the season, or had closed permanently. However, we went to Albatross (almost next door to Tip Top) and had one of the best value-for-money meals of the holiday here (we ate here twice). We had 1 starter salad, 2 main courses, 1 bottle of water, 1 bottle wine, plus FREE bread, harissa dip and olives, and melon and the bill came to just under 40 dinar (less than £20) in total. The restaurant has Tunisian specialities on the menu and I would recommend the cous cous. The service is bit less professional than in the more expensive restaurants – the waiter dropped a bottle of wine while he was opening it and it broke on the floor by my feet. He just kicked the broken glass to one side and didn’t make any attempt to mop up the wine or sweep up the broken glass, or even offer me a towel for my wine-soaked feet!
Bonaparte Restaurant (almost opposite the Tej Marhaba on Avenue Taieb Mhiri) was a slightly more superior dining experience from Albatross – wine was put in an ice bucket, there were cloth napkins, but it was more expensive than Albatross and the food wasn’t hugely better. ( A very similar meal to the one we had in Albatross cost 60 dinars (£25), but without the free dishes. We also ate at L’Escargot, a French restaurant near Albatross. The service seemed a bit more professional than the Albatross and it was slightly more expensive. This restaurant didn’t have any Tunisian specialities on the menu, which tend to be cheaper. It was very busy on a Saturday night. The dishes were nicely presented and the hor d’oeuvres were free. Coffee was brought to our table at the end of meal - we hadn’t asked for it, so we assumed it was free, but we were charged for it (1.50 dinar – not expensive, but it’s the principle). We also had a meal at La Fiesta – the meal was more expensive than the Albatross, but the food, while OK, wasn’t as good.

Drinks
The prices of drinks varied from place to place and as with most places location played a part. We mainly drank in the hotel in the evenings – a glass of wine in the hotel bar was 4 dinar (just under £2), a large draught beer was 5.60 dinar (£2.50). We also drank at the La Sirène bar in Sousse, at the end of the promenade, over-looking the sea, in the daytime – a glass of Celtia beer was one of the most expensive we had anywhere and the least drinkable! Coffee here was 3 dinar a cup (£1.50). We felt that we had been ripped off at one of the cafes by the side of the Hotel Karawan on the sea front) – we were charged 10.50 dinar (£5) for a glass of lemon squash and a beer.

Pool area
The pool is a good size and it was possible to find a space to swim widths without bumping into other people, but it was very cold. When we first arrived (mid-Sept) the pool man got people out of the pool by throwing a bucketful of crystals into the pool at 6.30 pm, but by the end of the first week (18th Sept) this happened at 6 pm and we were also told to return our sunlounger mattresses at this time, even though we were still lying in the sun. Sunloungers were free, but we felt compelled to tip the man who brought us a mattress (we tipped 1 dinar – 50p - a day).

Port el Kantaoui
We caught the tourist ‘train’ that goes on the road to Port el Kantaoui, but we could only use the ticket on a specific train and would have had a long wait for the train back into Sousse, so we ended up getting a taxi back. This cost 7 dinar (£3) off the meter. There is a fixed-price shop here, but it isn’t as big (or as busy) as the one in Sousse, and there are restaurants and bars all around the port. It is a resort built specifically for tourists and I suspect the number of hawkers allowed in is limited, so we seemed to get less hassle than in Sousse, but it could get boring over a fortnight. We had lunch at L’Olivier – the menu consisted of pizzas and lasagne, etc.

Shopping
I am not a fan of haggling and found the shopping area of the Medina an intimidating place. I preferred to shop in the fixed-price shop next to the Medina, where prices were very reasonable and I could browse without hassle.

Sightseeing
As we had been to Tunisia before we didn’t do any trips this time, but I would recommend visiting Kairouan (for the Mosque), El Jem (for the amphitheatre) and Monastir. In Sousse the Medina (away from the shopping area) is a nice place to walk around and the museum at the top of the Medina is interesting (lots of mosaics) – it was closed in September 2008 when we tried to visit it. I wouldn’t recommend the pirate ship trip from Port el Kantaoui to Sousse. We also avoided going on the beach this time, as in 2001 we got a lot of hassle from people selling the usual tourist tat, etc, even though we were on our hotel’s section of the beach. I even saw one hawker wake up a sleeping sunbather to try and get a sale!

  • Stayed September 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 5, 2009

My partner and i jus got back from a holiday to Tunisia stayin at the Tej Marhaba with Thomas cook. Since it was our first holiday together to Tunisia, we were a little reluctant as to how things would be. To be honest before we left we did prper research and read a million and one reviews about the hotel. To all those people who are doing the same this is for you...Have an open mind..people complain about such little things that we didnt even notice any of the complains. The hotel is absolutly beautiful, The interior and exterior was definatly 4stars.

OMG the fooooood woz unbelievably gawjus..i picked up 2 kgs in 7 days..the next time we go(definatly next year)lol i would definatly go full board as we were half board!! For breakfast theres alot to choose from eggs,(in every form u can imagine)meat,beans,salads,yogurts,pastries,breads,cheeses,oo try da lemon juice BUFF ...daymm not forgettin the freshly made doughnuts and pancakes with all types of Jams...mmmm

All those that are goin half board..walk out the enterance at lunch turn left cross the road and find a resturant called Frites...have a double cheese burger or a crazy burgerand chips,, i swear ive never tasted a burger that delicious all for not more den £2!

For dinner,There is freshly made noodles which are divine and ALOT of other choices you have..i always ended up takin more then i could actually eat..Desserts are a dream them tiny squares of heaven lol

Since both my partner and i are in our very early 20's..we wanted to see the nightlife and do some fun things at night, the hotel had entertainment but it was aimed for older people. The Tej Mahal, jus outside the hotel does the best shisha one can imagine!!compared to uk's £15 a shisha we payed 4dinar which is 2 pounds for as much shisha as we wanted !!The nightclub The Arena,,was Liiiiiiive every night .Drinks are rather steep worked out to £5 for 2 redbulls!i no dats steep!!but the dancing the music everythin was jus amazing..we only got to the hotel at 5 every mornin!

Be aware of people trying to sell you trips or activities for days out...yhh we got bumped hehe the quad bikes were amazing..we loved it however only to find out the 40 dinar per person woz more den twice the amount you would pay if you did it alone..ask taxi drivers to take you to Port el kantaui quad bikes..Aziza quads i fink yh..ooo and dont pay more then 3 dinar to get to the Port.

On our first day we attempted the Medina market only to be ambushed by millions of people calling us into thier shops tryin to sell us EVERYTHING ;iterally..but this was mostly due to the fact that we were both were dressed in holiday clothes vest tops and 3/4s and looked like vulnerable tourists..,,abit of advise DRESS AS DECENT AS POSSIble the second time..I wore a head scarf and it was as peaceful as ever!!

OMG the boat was absoluuuuuuuuuuutly BORING..we expected alot more..The people selling you the boat trip activity will trick you by saying you will see dolphins haha nothing of that sort and unlimited drinks..ONLY OFFERED HALF A CUP!dont pay more then 20 dinar (£10) for both people..they start of at 30 dinar per personat the hotel!!try not mentioning you are from the uk as the price of things will double considerably!

Oh and you will be prepared to pay for the gym which was 8 dinar for each time you go..as well a sthe sauna and other beauty activities..The indoor pool was absolutly gawjuss proper hotter den a bath i would usually take!

The Hotel had a lot of older people as we were reaaaly young comapred to them, but we had no problem, they took care of us as if we were thier own..we met many lovely people :D Oh and at reception you can change money opens at 5 in the afternoon,although its adivasble not to change to much as you are not allowed to take it outside of thier country,,the more you take out there might be a charge to pay at the airport.We changed money as we needed it and in an emergency case of us needin money and the beaurae not bein open, we changed our pounds with the waiter at dinner (it woz a lifesaver we thought we wud have to stay indoord that night!)

Overall,we had an amazing holiday and we would definatly go back soon!!I wud be pleased to help anyone hu needs more answers not like ive not sed enuf buh :D

  • Stayed March 2009, traveled as a couple
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Property: Tej Marhaba Hotel
Address: Avenue Taieb M'hiri, Sousse 4000, Tunisia
Location: Tunisia > Sousse Governorate > Sousse
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#12 On the Beach Hotel in Sousse
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Tej Marhaba Hotel 3.5*
Number of rooms: 417
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