The hotel is located within a 5 ha garden, directly on the fine sandy beach and within walking distance (2 kms) of the city centre. In the hotel's immediate vicinity are restaurants, public transport links, shopping facilities and the cultural centre. Tunis-Carthage International Airport is some 60 kms away. This small bungalow hotel complex is set apart by its charming gardens and relaxing atmosphere. The complex comprises a total of 154 rooms. Each room offers wireless Internet access and features modern accommodations. Standard rooms are in blue and yellow with blacksmith furniture. The superior rooms were renovated during the winter of 2007 and have a more modern touch with wooden furniture and earth tones.
Distance to city centre 2.5km
On the beach
Distance to airport 1km
Address: 0021672280122, Avenue Des Nations Unies, Hammamet, Tunisia
Hammamet, Hammamet, Tunisia
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Arriving by taxi with friends. Easy check in and very pleasant staff. The place is a warren and our porter leads us through gardens, courtyards and down corridors to our room. It has two single beds! We express surprise as we thought we'd booked a king room. He winks, slides a door open and reveals an enormous bedroom with equally big ensuite. We like his sense of humour.
We liked everything about this place. Though a little dated I think some of its architecture is quite cool. It's a cheap and cheerful resort.
If you're looking for a chilled out place this ticks all the boxes. Breakfast is excellent. Made to order eggs from a sweet breakfast chef. Delicious pastries, meats, cheeses, fruit plus lots of interesting vegetable stews and good coffee from a machine.
Beach is perfect. Well attended by the chair master and the boy waiters that run around taking orders. Pirate ships bob around on the horizon and security wanders up and down in a low key way. A gentle and reassuring reminder of where you are in the world.
We spent three days here and I could have doubled that. Swimming, sunbathing, reading, swimming with shoals of silvery fish, pizzas & cocktails. No one hassles you here. Vendors walk the beach selling towels and doughnuts but you have to wave them to you to purchase.
There are a few options for evening dining. The pizza place was great one night. Dined by the pool another which was a little different but fun twist on traditional tunisian fare.
Recommend The Sinbad.
We often go to the Sindbad Hammamet during summer time. We spend a nice time around the swimming pool & beach area. The beach bar restaurant offer good fresh see food. The personal are very gentle and very professional. Just one this I don't recommenced to spend the week end there during summer time it's always crowded and you have to have