Hammamet Gardens, Hammamet
The Hammamet Gardens has its own beach situated 400 metres from the hotel and boasts a multitude of sports facilities including waterpolo, volleyball, tennis, archery and water aerobics in the hotel's pool. Rooms are air conditioned and equipped with satellite TV, hairdryer, direct-dial telephone, an individual safe and some have a balcony.more
I love Hammamet - Louisa Phillips, Andrew Richmond. Date of travel: Feb 2006
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The hotel was 4 plus. The room didn't have a balcony and at night it was a bit noisy from the music below near the swimming pool. The room was nice and had loads of space. The bathroom was also nice. The rooms where cleaned everyday. The swimming pools were very big and clean all though there wasn't any deck chairs available. The meals wasnt excellent, sometimes dry or not cooked very well. The waitress were slow with the drinks and hovered until you left. But some times the food was alright. Tour Operator: Thomas Cook
I loved Tunisia - Patricia. Date of travel: Nov 2004
I went to Tunisia with a friend and stayed at Hammamet Garden Hotel about 400m from the beach. The Hotel was rated 4* and adequate but I would have rated it more 3*. It was only 8 years old but seemed run down and in need of decoration. The rooms were clean and the maidservice excellent. Sheets changed every other day. Towels changed whenever we required. The waiters were friendly but the Casa Blanca bar quite small and became crowded. We went on an all inclusive basis which meant queueing for drinks and the availability of drinks was very limited to beers which came half full in small glasses, small glasses of wine and local brandy and date rum. Paid for drinks were very expensive. The food was very good, no tummy upsets and there was a variety at each meal although by the end of the first week it was the same 'variety'. Plenty of breads, cereals, omelettes, boiled eggs and pancakes were available and my favourite meal of the day. Fresh fruit including local Dates always available. Paid for snacks could be bought at the pool bar..including steak and chips and pizza and some bbq food which were of good quality. The pool was cleaned every day and the indoor pool was heated during our second week. There was a gym but not up to much. Massage and hairdressing which was medium quality. The evening entertainment was loud and amateurish but bearble. The main lounge was noisy and crowded on cool days and in the evenings. The reception area was well designed and comfortable. Reception workers were less friendly than the waiters although one particular man was very helpful and always had a smile and conversation. There was a problem taking drinks out to sit by the pool from the restaurant but drinks could be bought from the pool bar. Tipping was expected by all inclusive people. I was asked, when ordering wine if I was All Inclusive and when I replied yes I was told I could queue for my drinks. Local traders were quite pushy and the Medina was the area where this was at its worse. The beach had traders which came over but took no as their answer and left us in peace. The trip to the desert over 2 days included camel riding and a 4 hour 4 x 4 trip into the Sahara to see the Salt Lake and Matmata where The english patient and star wars was filmed. This was well worth the £60 and my fabourite holiday trip so far. I would return to Tunisia for this reason alone. I loved Tunisia and will return next year to another resort...possibly Sousse which we visited and liked very much. The Tunisians in general are a very friendly people and all in all we had a great holiday. Tunisia has a lot to offer and I feel that two weeks in Hammamet did not do the country justice. They are very peaceful people and it appears that violent crime is extremely low. Police are seen everywhere but not intrusive. They smile and are friendly. The beach was patrolled at night. Everywhere seemed safe to us. Tour Operator: MedsHotels
Hotels in Hammamet User Rating
5-Star Hotels
Diar Lemdina El Bousten | * * * * * |
Iberostar Lalla Baya Hotel | * * * * * |
Melia El Mouradi | * * * * * |
Vincci Taj Sultan Hotel | * * * * * |
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4-Star Hotels
Iberostar Averroes Hotel | * * * * * |
Iberostar Phenicia Hotel | * * * * * |
Sol Azur Beach Hotel | * * * * * |
Hammamet Gardens | * * * * * |
Albatros Hotel | * * * * * |
Excel Hotel | * * * * * |
Hotel Sindbad | * * * * * |
Iberostar Belisaire Hotel | * * * * * |
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3-Star Hotels
Le Royal Hammamet Hotel | * * * * * |
Kinza Zenith Hotel | * * * * * |
Coralia Palm Beach Hotel | * * * * * |
Hotel Bel Azur | * * * * * |
Abou Nawas | * * * * * |
Caribbean World Hammamet Beach and Garden | * * * * * |
Continental Hotel | * * * * * |
Hotel Tanfous | * * * * * |
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2-Star Hotels
Le Zenith | * * * * * |
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