Sofitel Le Sphinx (Egypt)
My Fiancée and I stayed at the Sofitel Le Sphinx hotel for three nights as part of a Multicentre holiday, comprising of a weeks cruise down the Nile, 3 nights at the Sofitel and one week on the beach in Hurghada. Egypt was a place I'd very much wanted to see for a long time, and this combination seemed like the best way to see ... as much of the country as possible in two weeks.
After a tiring week onboard the boat and seeing many of Egypt's spectacular attractions along the way, we were looking forward to spending a few days exploring Cairo. Having not stayed in a Sofitel Hotel anywhere else in the world I was interested to find out what it had to offer.
LOCATION - 9/10
Situated in the shadows of the awe-inspiring Pyramids, the Sofitel Le Sphinx is a luxurious 270 room hotel located in Giza, a city in the greater Cairo metropolis.
The hotel itself is ideally positioned 35km from Cairo International Airport and within a short taxi ride of the Sphinx, the Cairo Museum and the pyramids (though they look closer in the brochure than they actually are; it makes them look like a feature in the hotel garden). In my ignorance, I always thought the Pyramids were in the middle of the desert wilderness, it was surprising and a little surreal to see them so clearly from the hotel pool.
The location of the hotel is it's biggest advantage and also it's biggest problem. It's great that it's so close to all the major attractions. The problem is that the roads outside are ridiculously and dangerously busy. I didn't feel comfortable stepping outside the front door without my guide. The smog is unlike anything I've ever seen anywhere else in the world, occasionally obliterating the view of the pyramids. Also, the honking of horns is constant, 24 hours a day. Driving in Egypt is very much survival of the fittest - there don't seem to be any rules, and the noise just drives you mad after a while
PRICE - 7/10
As it was part of a package holiday, I'm unsure as to the exact price but, looking at the website, you can expect to pay about £100 a night ( b&b) for a double room, which is very reasonable considering the location
THE HOTEL - 8/10
The hotel was undergoing renovations works to the entrance during our stay. We did receive a letter whilst in the UK from our Tour Operator explaining that this was going to happen and were offered the chance to change but due to the location of the hotel we declined the offer. Disruption was fairly minimal and, when we entered and exited the hotel the workmen always stopped work to minimize the noise, and you couldn't hear any noise at all from the rooms.
In general the hotel itself was spotlessly clean and beautifully presented. Upon entering, you immediately feel the sense of grandeur; the rich heritage of Egypt's past runs through the hotel just as it infuses every part of the country. Replica statues stand prominently in the spacious, marble-floored foyer, displaying Egypt's traditions and rich culture.
THE SERVICE - 8/10
Our bags were quickly and efficiently taken to our rooms by the bellboy. Tips are expected, which can be an annoyance, but you soon become used to this as the Egyptian way of life. As far as the Egyptians are concerned, they are poor whereas westerners are rich and can afford it.
Also, another thing worth pointing out is that few of the staff speak very good English. This is not a complaint; although we English often think we have the divine right to speak in our own language and everyone else over the world should learn to understand us, this is not always the case. This is predominantly a French-Egyptian restaurant and can be a bit of a struggle if English is your only language. I could not fault them on politeness or efficiency however.
The room we had was huge, with two double-beds, and a relaxing and comfortable bathroom. Cool, luxurious, and peaceful, it was an oasis of calm from the chaos of the bustling roads outside. It was furnished in dark and relaxing gold and brown colours.
There was access to the gardens out the back. Unfortunately the sprinklers were set to go off at seemingly random intervals, rendering sunbathing out there impossible. It was beautiful to look at however.
FOOD/RESTAURANT 7/10 (Quality) 4/10 (hygiene)
We arrived mid-morning, just in time for breakfast which is served 6:30-10:30. It is buffet style, including bread, meat, fruit, yogurts, juices etc. You can also have eggs etc cooked for you. Unfortunately when we arrived, which was about 1000, most the restaurant was fairly empty and most of the food had gone. Also the room was swarming with dirty great bluebottles, some of which were having a great time in the sugar bowls. When we asked for milk to go with our cereal, the waiter unceremoniously retrieved a jug of milk from a neighbouring table and plonked it down on ours. It was warm, probably having been there since the start of breakfast three and a half hours ago, and not covered, providing an open invitation to the flies. Needless to say, we went without cereal or tea.
It was a huge disappointment that such a magnificent looking hotel should be so lacking in hygiene. It maybe that this was a one-off incident, but it did influence my overall opinion of the hotel.
Partly due to lack of time, and partly due to being somewhat put-off by the flies, we didn't actually have an evening meal in the restaurant and so we were too tired to venture out at night and so relied on room service. The food was well cooked but pretty standard fare; burgers and chips or pasta dishes. I am sure there were more varied options in the "Romeo and Juliet" restaurant which was the hotel's attractive, Italian-style restaurant.
The entertainment in the hotel consists of a pool table, swimming pool bar, disco and fitness centre.
The pool table was fairly expensive (although at least that meant it was always available) and the swimming pool was quite small. There were no organised activites as far as I could see.
The lack of leisure facilities is really an irrelevance however, as the hotel is either a place to come on business or use as a base to explore Cairo rather than to spend any significant time.
Although we didn't experience any problems ourselves, we were approached by an American lady on our last day who warned us to be vigilant as she'd had money taken out of the purse in her room on a couple of occasions. We had no such problems, and anyway, I wouldn't recommend leaving a purse full of money in your hotel room in any country!
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The hotel is grand, comfortable and beautiful and an ideal location from which to explore Cairo. I was impressed with the look of the hotel and the service, but disappointed by the lack of hygiene in the restaurant.
We actually spent very little time in the hotel, as we had plenty of organised excursions to keep us busy. For that reason, it was really just somewhere to eat, sleep and occasionally spend a few hours by the pool. In that way it was perfect for our needs.
Overall, highly recommended for anyone visiting in Cairo, would have been five stars if it wasn't for the poor hygiene at breakfast.
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Maritim Jolie Ville Resort and Casino (Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt)
*Introduction* In April I went on a 7 night holiday in Egypt with my mum for my 21st Birthday as a special present. It had always been a dream on mine to visit Egypt and when she suggested holidaying there for my birthday I absolutely jumped at the chance. I trust her fully when it comes to choosing hotels and she played a ... blinder when she booked Maritim Jolie Ville Sharm El Sheikh Resort and Casino.
To be honest, my first impressions of the hotel weren't all that great. When we arrived outside of the hotel by coach, I thought that the exterior of the resort looked tacky and was surprised by my mums choice in hotels as generally its 4* minimum, usually 5*. The outside had Maritim Jolie Ville written above the coach entrance in big, bubble writing coloured red, white and blue...not good. But inside, wow. It is completely different. Maritim Jolie Ville Sharm El Sheikh Resort and Casino is a perfect example of why you should judge a hotel based on its exterior appearance. Enter the resort and you will find a beautiful, tranquil place to stay for the duration of your holiday.
Checking into Maritim Jolie Ville was a pleasure. The reception area is large and beautifully decorated with flowers. The reception staff greet you pleasantly and like a friend. The check in was quick and easy. The receptionist presented us with our keys as well as pool towel cards and off we went.
*The Golf Buggies*
When my mum and I had checked in and received our key, the guy at reception told us to wait outside. We couldn't understand why we couldn't just go off to our room. Until the porter drove over to us in a golf buggy and started loading our bags onto the bag. My mum said my face was a picture when I saw it. I couldn't believe there were buggies to transport you to the different parts of the hotel. We were going down the slope when he stopped at a small map of the hotel grounds and then it clicked. It is because the grounds are huge. This was the only time that I used the buggy service as I quite like walking but I thought the buggy that drives you to and from different parts of the hotel is excellent. Especially for those who can't manage to walk the distance from the pool to reception as the grounds are very large.
*The Hotel Facilities*
So when you read a review what do you want to know? About the hotels facilities of course. Well, for a start there are two pools (one which contains seawater and the other with freshwater). I only used the one that contained freshwater as it was the closest to our hotel room and it was lovely. I didn't find any need to go to the other one. You can collect your towels from the pool attendant every morning after 8 as this is when the pool opens. Around the swimming pools are sun terraces with plenty of sun loungers and umbrellas for those who like to be shaded from the intense heat. During my stay, there was not one occasion when they weren't ample amounts of loungers unlike other hotels that I have stayed at, something that really annoys me so this pleased me. The biggest problem with the swimming pool for me it that it was freezing. And I love the water so those who don't avoided it until you were that hot that you were desperate to get in. To the side of the freshwater pool is a kids pool which is mostly shaded which I think is a really good things. No sunburn for kids whilst they are having fun. So for those families that were travelling with children, they were satisfied. There was additionally a children's club and a small park for kids to play and indoor activities so that they don't have to sit out in the heat all day long.
There is also a private beach which is for the guests of the hotel only. It stretches quite a long way and it beautiful. There are plenty of sun loungers and umbrellas for shade here but perhaps a few too many in my opinion but that is because the beach so popular with the guests. I certainly recommend spending at least one day on the beach and buying yourself a snorkelling kit as they are sold very cheaply in the stores nearby and you can see some extremely beautiful fish as the sea is crystal clear. What I loved about the sea was that it was lovely and warm, a complete contrast to the pool!
If you like being pampered whilst on holiday your in luck as there is a Thai Spa located next to one of the pools as well as a wellness centre with includes free access to the gym. As far as activities go, there is plenty to do. There are also 4 tennis courts, a SUBEX diving centre, parasailing, a variety of water sports and volleyball all on your doorstep. As well as this, you can participate in golf, horse/camel riding, safaris, jeep, quad and boat trips.
Of the hotel:
The location of Maritim Jolie Ville Sharm El Sheikh Resort and Casino is virtually perfect. I am mega travel sick therefore the fact that it is just a 15 minute drive from the airport is fantastic. It is situated ideally in Naama Bay between the stunningly gorgeous clear waters of the Red Sea and the lively and energetic town of Naama Bay full of shops, night life and restaurants. You simply walk less than 5 minutes to be in the centre of Naama Bay where you can find a number of excellent restaurants and bars or alternatively to the amazing sea where you can swim with a stunning array of fish. In my opinion, there were very few hotels, if any, that had a better location than this.
Of the hotel sections:
There are 3 different areas of the hotel that you can reside during your stay. The sports area, the front area and the preferred front area. My mum had paid extra to have a room in the preferred front area as it is central and quiet. If you stay in the sports area, you will have to walk 10-15 minutes to get to the main part of the hotel or call for the buggy to collect you. And I have read that the front area is loud. The preferred front area was perfect and I can highly recommend it.
Now, on to the room. They were split into a number of different blocks which each held four rooms. Now a lot of people are bothered by the size of the room but it never particularly fazes me as I don't spend a great deal of time in it. Only when I get ready in the morning and go to sleep in the evening. But for those that do like a spacious room, you'll be satisfied with this. It was reasonably big and had a private bathroom with a shower (and a powerful one at that). In the room you can also find a telephone, mini-bar, hair-dryer (although not very powerful), satellite television and air-conditioning. But my favourite thing about the rooms was that you had your own balcony or terrace, or if you were on the ground floor like me, both! It really is a delightful room to spend any time in, even if it is just sleeping. My room was cleaned every day as you would expect and fresh towels were given every day. You could, like most hotels, keep them for several days if you so desired to be environmentally friendly but the choice was yours.
The grounds of this hotel are one of its unique selling points. It is breathtaking. They are absolutely stunning and everyday you see numerous members of staff working hard to maintain its beauty. The flowers, scrubs and grass are looked after excellently and on a daily basis.
Another thing that I particularly liked was that there were a number of security guards based around the hotel grounds to ensure that the general public don't come into the hotel area which I found extremely comforting.
Now to food. The hotel has 4 restaurants including a buffet, French fine dining, Italian and a BBQ/ grill located on the private beach. The package that we booked included breakfast but not dinner but this was ok as we didn't really eat in the hotel during the evenings, mainly due to the fact that the location of the hotel is right in the centre where there are lots and lots of places to eat and at significantly low prices and in my opinion just as good if not better quality. I didn't dislike the food but I would just say that I preferred walking into town in the evening and having meals in the restaurants along the strip.
The buffet that was incorporated for breakfast was actually very nice. There was a wide choice of food available and I highly recommend the omlettes and pancakes. I had these almost every morning alongside a selection of delicious fresh fruit.
The only other restaurant that we used was the BBQ/grill and mainly at lunchtimes as it was easy to stroll from the pool to where this is located. I would highly recommend the cheese and tomato pizza. It was absolutely delicious.
The only slight gripe that I had was that the staff were pretty quick to clear your table. They don't expect you to leave but the second that your plate is empty it has disappeared. I'm sure this is just how they have been trained so don't hold this against them as they are just trying to provide a good service.
The staff at Maritim Jolie Ville Sharm El Sheikh Resort and Casino were one of the things that made my holiday as special as it was. I found them all to be extremely friendly and helpful. In particular, the pool supervisor called Alaa who was welcoming and very friendly although a big Manchester United supporter which made banter funny. He always had a smile on his face and did everything he could to make your stay enjoyable. If anyone reading this review visits the hotel say hello to him for me.
Anyone that reads a lot of my reviews or my profile will know that I love my football, in particular Arsenal. Whilst in Egypt there were a few Arsenal games that I was pretty keen on watching. I dreaded not being able to watch them even though I was in the beautiful country of Egypt. Did I need to worry? No way. They show football everywhere in Egypt. Even more access to the viewing the games than we get at home! I was in my element. The reason for me including this within my review is that they even show it on big screens in the hotel! What a result.
I said earlier that checking in was a breeze. Well checking out is just as easier if not easier. We simple gave the keys back and paid the telephone bill. Then back to reality...
Before I went to Egypt, all people would say to me is you will hate it. The men are awful and leer at young girls like you. I did not find this to be the case at all. Yes, I there were the occasional men that would take a look but they are young men and human and behaved exactly the same as guys over here do so if this is something that is putting you off visiting Egypt then don't!
All in all, my stay at Maritim Jolie Ville Sharm El Sheikh Resort and Casino was a fantastic one. I am 21 and I like to think that I am quite well travelled but Maritim Jolie Ville Sharm El Sheikh Resort and Casino has to be one of the best hotels that I have stayed in, especially when taking into consideration its relatively inexpensive cost. It was one of those holidays that you really just do not want to go home from. Everything from the grounds to the staff, the room to the location was excellent and I highly recommend it to anyone that is thinking of visiting Sharm El Sheik. And say hello to Alaa for me if you do end up going!
Happy New Year everyone and I hope I've got you thinking about holidays already. I'm certainly looking at planning my next one.
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Hotel Tej Marhaba (Sousse, Tunisia)
We visited the Tej Marhaba in November and stayed for a week, it wasn't long enough to explore the hotel properly, never mind the surrounds of Sousse and the rest of Tunisia! It is about a twenty minute walk into Sousse town centre and a few minutes from it's own lovely private beach. We had a great time there and ... wouldn't hesitate to reccomend it to friends. Having booked with Thompsons' I can't tell you the price of the rooms, but we paid £600 for flights and room on a half board basis. A bargain I'd say.
The Tej Marhaba is set in very large grounds. The site is a large oval with the residential part of the hotel at one end, the pool and lawns in the middle and a shopping mall and apartment flats at the sea end.
Our room was on the fourth floor and overlooked the pool and gardens. It was a lovely quiet place to sit and gave a good view out over the sea and grounds. Curiously, the balcony had a table and only one chair and we kept forgetting to ask for another one. Had we asked I am certain we would have got one because the staff were very efficient and helpful. When we rang down to reception for replacement light bulbs, a chap arrived within ten minutes to change them. We thought the light bulb on our balcony was broken but the man pointed out all the balcony lights in the hotel were off. "Law" he said, pointing at the dark balconies, "Rule for all Sousse!" We later discovered that this was a local energy and mosquito saving ruling. We used the provided candles instead, which was all very romantic until it got windy!
Our room was spacious with a very comfy pair of single beds pushed together. It was carpeted throughout in light green. It amused me that the carpet ran a short way up the walls and covered the two shelfs at either side of the bed. The carpet was completely clean and dust free, as was the rest of the room. A long desk and seat ran along the wall opposite the bed, with a fair sized TV at one end. The remote for the TV was sort of plumbed into the wall at one side of the bed. I thought it was another phone for the first two days! It was easy to work but a bit frustrating if you had chosen the wrong side of the bed to sleep on, thus losing control of the remote! (Maddening if your partner hogs it and flicks through the channels endlessly!)
The bathroom was off a little wardrobe rich corridor. (Plenty of hanging and storage space with extra blankets and pillows too!) The door to the bathroom was also the door to the loo, (as you opened the door it closed across the seperate little room that housed the loo.) This saved space and meant that you had a bit of privacy whilst enthroned.
The shower was located over the bath and was powerful enough and never short of hot water. The wash basin was a good size and with plenty of space on the surrounding vanity unit. The customary complementary toiletries were provided and replenished daily. A very efficient hair dryer was installed in there too. The bathroom was in very good repair with no cracked tiles and a sparkling mirror. The decor might have been a bit dated but it was clean and roomy. It was fine!
I thought that the room was good value. Some hotel rooms are cramped and dingy but ours was in good repair and comfortable. The curtains covered the whole length of the balcony end of the room and had blackout linings so we were never disturbed by the early morning light. The balcony door slid noiselessly back but had no handle on the outside so beware of locking yourself out! (We did this once in Tenerife and were marooned on our balcony for ages so I'm a bit neurotic about it now!)
The room was cleaned daily by a very sweet woman. Fresh towels appeared every other day and the sheets were changed daily. Very comfortable!
The front of the hotel is fairly imposing, the grounds are tidy and car parking is ample.
Walking through the entrance a huge arch holds a massive glass lantern in Moorish style. Comfortable seats and tables sit either side of the doors. We tended to sit out here of an evening and have a drink and a game of Scrabble and watch the world go by.
The hotel lobby is absolutely massive, You could hold an aircraft sale in there! Reception is to the left and we were quickly booked in by the friendly and multilingual staff. Behind the reception and money exchange are the safety deposit and luggage rooms. A safety deposit box cost us about £7.00 for the week and is a wise investment. A returnable deposit of 20 Tunisian Dinar (about £10.00) was required for a key.
In the middle of the hotel lobby stood a bar surrounded by a water feature where the fountains played periodically. Large leafy plants and palms gave the impression of an oasis. Comfortable chairs and sofas were dotted about around little tables. The lobby is on two levels, the far side being slightly lower but connected by stairs and ramps so wheelchair access was easy enough. In the far left hand side were a few baized tables for card players and a non smoking area. Far right contained a small stage where nightly entertainment was provided. The space was big enough for the entertainment not to be at all overwhelming if you wanted to sit away from that area and have a drink and a natter. The musicians were competent but wouldn't last long on The X Factor.
To the right of the front entrance was a piano and sports lounge and just beyond that was an internet room. This held about eight computers and gave very cheap access to the internet.
Overall the entrance lobby of the hotel was welcoming and interesting. It was very large but managed to have a lot of smaller more intimate areas to just relax in. The layout was good and the space was used well.
Many of the guests were on package deals which meant that they were nearly all eating at least one meal a day in the restaurant. Breakfast started at 6am. The dining area was large but again, broken up by the use of plants and different levels to prevent it feeling like a huge refectory. The buffet servery was in the middle and a large variety of different food was available.
Brekky tended to be a good variety of pastries and fresh bread, rolls, croissants etc. Boiled, scrambled or fried eggs, the fried eggs done for you on request. Freshly made crepes, (which I loved to watch being made.) Very odd looking sausage slices which even the hotel cats were a bit fussy about! Lots of tomatoes in various guises, a roll on roll off toaster which actually worked properly! Fruit juices which defied the trade descriptions act. Huge bowls of fresh dates, (scrumptious!) fig jam, quince jam, fresh yoghurt, delicious curls of butter, local curd cheese, (tasteless!) and slices of fresh cheese, (tasty). So breakfast was eclectic but something for everyone if you looked around. You could make your own coffee, (not good!) tea, (never any boiling water!) or hot chocolate which was suprisingly good. I get so fed up with hotels that can't make tea properly! This one was no exception. Why is providing boiling water for tea such a universal problem?
Dinner was also buffet style with a good mixture of different salads, virtually everything I mentioned for breakfast (in case you want to have it again!) and at least three different main courses every night. There was always a different fish dish too. The vegetables were varied but often overcooked. Rice was always available and on one memorable occasion a pan of couscous and lamb which looked big enough to bathe in! I don't know how they got it in there, it was huge!
My husband found the food great but he would eat fried socks! I found it a bit repetetive to be honest and got bored with it after a few nights. I have to say though, that the dining room was spotless and the food looked hygeinic and was usually hot. Our waiter for the week was attentive and fast to provide anything we needed. Wine and beer was the only thing we had to pay for and that was not expensive. As we were given the same table for the week there was never any rush to get us in and out. The tables were a decent size and the linen was always fresh and clean.
The food was plentiful if a little unimaginative.
~~~The pools and gardens~~~
The inside pool was more like a spa, the large domed glass building was full of palm trees and very steamy. It had the hottest water I have ever swum in! It was very strange to get into a hot swimming pool. A lot of elderly and arthritic people found it very helpful though. It had quite a large round pool with islands of palms and flowering shrubs. The pool furniture was uncomfortable and sparse which was disappointing.
Adjoining the pool house was a suite of beauty treatment and massage rooms which you could walk through to get to the hotel lobby. I never had any treatment here but they looked and smelled wonderful.
The outside pool was shield shaped with a seperate toddlers pool at one end. The water looked very clean and inviting. I was brave and had a dip every day even though the water was bloody freezing! It was November though! Sun beds and mattresses were free, but Ali, the pool man, expected to be tipped for lugging the beds and mattresses to where you wanted them. A tip of 1 TD did the trick and you can't complain about 50p a day can you? Little tables where provided and a waiter spent the day bringing tea, coffee and soft drinks. He would also bring snacks from the cafe if you bribed him a bit!
The gardens around the pool were well kept and planted with some beautiful trees and shrubs, even the obigatory stray cats were courteous and begged very decorously. I got adopted by a little ginger female who happily lived under my sunbed once I had given her some titbits smuggled out of breakfast. She also like a saucer of milk left over from my tea or coffee. There was no feeling of being crowded around the pool and it was a really pleasant place to relax in.
~~~The rest of the Hotel~~~
I don't think got to explore it all, I saw games rooms, a gym, a spa, a few shopping arcades, many shops selling clothes and leather goods, an English pub at the far end of the complex, at least two cafe bars, a pleasant and comfortable piano lounge bar and a collonaded walkway around acres of gardens. In fact, if you were lazy or very tired you wouldn't really need to leave the hotel grounds. It seemed to have something for everyone.
~~~A bit of drama on our last night!~~~
At the far end of the hotel grounds was a shopping/entertainment complex on three levels. The shops that were open were very smart but a lot of units were empty and I got the impression that the complex was struggling to survive.
On the very top floor was a nightclub which opened until the early hours of the morning. Fortunately the disco music never disturbed us as it was too far away from the residential part of the hotel. After a lovely meal out we returned to our room and I went out on the balcony for a cigarette. I was amazed to see smoke pouring from the buildings at the end of the grounds and it became evident that the nightclub was on fire. We had heard a fire engine earlier but took no notice. We watched as the firemen clambered out onto the flat rooves to get to the seat of the fire. All we could see was their silhouettes against the skyline. My husband, the avid birdwatcher, got his binoculars and we were able to see five firefighters trying to get into the back of the building. They had one set of breathing apparatus between them so were basically unable to do anything.
What absolutely amzed me was that two floors down, it was business as usual in the pub! It was clear that the customers were engrossed in watching football on the large screen telly and the little matter of the nightclub being on fire above them wasn't going to spoil their appreciation of the footie'! Even when the fire was raging at it's height, nobody moved from the bar. It was all a bit surreal watching the fire being fought at one level and the football and beer being enjoyed less than thirty foot lower down. Some experiences really let you know you are not in Britain!
At about midnight, for some reason which I don't understand, the firemen started to break all of the nightclub's plate glass windows. The noise was horrific. The windows that we could see were large and took some breaking. They did it with poles and had no safety clothing except their uniforms. It was frightening to watch (and hear)! Smoke poured out of the broken windows but the fire had been put out. Windows continued to be smashed throughout the night. When I went to bed, the people in the bar were still watching the sport on TV. Incredible!
The next morning we found out that nobody had been hurt in the fire and that they thought it had been cause by an electrical fault in one of the lifts.
I was stunned to see workmen up on the roofs and balconies, which must still have been hot and covered in large shards of glass. They started to paint over the smoke damage on the walls before we had even gone in to our breakfasts! How extraordinarily fast they were to start repairing the damage!
~~~The Hotel overall~~~
It's a large comfortable place which has seen richer days. It has everything you would need to entertain or relax you. The staff were unfailingly and authentically pleasant, helpful and communicative. The food is okay but not spectacularly good. I found it a little unimaginative at times. For such a large complex it manages to be friendly and homely. I would recommend it as a good base for exploring Sousse and other nearby towns.
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