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Tunisia has been one of the most popular Africa-based countries to visit over the years, with its climate, tourist-friendly nature and value being just several of the elements that entice visitors.

With travel companies aiming to maximise their profits through the avalanche of visitors that make the trip to Tunisia, it won’t be surprising to here that there are countless hotels of exceptional quality. Taking this into account, here are the top five hotels that are based in the country, ranked in no particular order.

 

Riu Palace, Hammamet Marhaba

The fact that this hotel is based in Hammamet makes it enticing in the first place, with this being a location that holds many attractions for visitors. From an internal perspective, Riu Palace has everything a guest could wish for with the hotel situated right beside one of the sandiest beaches in the region.

There are three swimming pools based on the resort and with one of these being indoor and another being saltwater, it would be fair to say that visitors have the best of both worlds. Additionally, tourists have access to a gym, various sports facilities as well as several dining rooms that serve the very best Tunisian cuisine.

Riu Palace, Hammamet Marhaba

 

Movenpick Resort and Marine Spa, Sousse

This is another hotel in a popular location, with Sousse holding a fantastic nightlife as well as an array of activities during the day. It could be said that the swimming pool is the primary feature of this resort, with some describing it as a lagoon as it surrounds the whole of the accommodation.

Furthermore, the architects behind the design of the Movenpick resort have been quite strategic with their placement of the pool, with this overlooking the nearby beach and sea. As well as the pool, guests have many indoor and outdoor sporting options, while some visitors may wish to take advantage of one of the fifty luxurious suites that surround the hotel.

Movenpick Resort and Marine Spa, Sousse

 

Royal Thalassa, Monastir

This is another hotel that benefits from superb beach views, with the sand in Monastir being located right beside Royal Thalassa. Again, the developers have made the swimming pools real features of the external areas of the resort, with several of them resembling small islands that make the whole plan very picturesque.

Royal Thalassa is also blessed with several restaurants and with one of these being a Moorsh cafe, visitors can even sample the local cuisine. The whole hotel is decked out in a Greek-Roman style, while the rooms can be classed as nothing other than luxurious.

Royal Thalassa, Monastir

 

Hasdrubal Thalassa and Spa, Yasmine Hammamet

Hasdrubal Thalassa and Spa is another luxurious offering in Tunisia, with the entrance to this hotel being one of the most prestigious in the country. Upon arriving at the establishment, guests will feel they are entering a palace with the grand architecture being obvious from the start.

Such style runs throughout the hotel, with the 211 suites all being of exceptional quality. There are various swimming pools located on site, with the developers installing sea-water pools both indoors and outdoors. The resort contains countless fountains and other pleasant scenery, making it one of the most decorated hotels in Tunisia.

Hasdrubal Thalassa and Spa, Yasmine Hammamet

 

The Residence, Tunis

While the other four hotels are regarded as some of the best in the country, few people would disagree that The Residence is the best.

The architecture of this resort is very much Tunisian, with the decorations in particular being very cultural. Guests have access to a private beach and golf course and unsurprisingly, the hotel also has its own spa which really is second to none. The swimming pool that is part of the complex is widely viewed as one of the best in Tunis and is suitable for both adults and children, while these facilities are surrounded by various restaurants that cater for several cuisines.

The Residence, Tunis

About Olivia Marsh

Olivia Marsh - Author - Professional chef and Travel enthusiast. Olivia lived in Tunisia for almost 10 years now.

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