Opened in July 2013 after a complete renovation, the hotel is set in front of a 300-metre beach. From the entrance to the main hall, you can find the refined and bright touches of the Radisson Blu channel, a charming visual that porlonge up to the sea. Terraces, large windows and a myriad of common spaces to feel at ease. The staff is attentive and well trained. Each level has its colour, on one side the standard rooms overlook the garden and the other rooms, with the contemporary and luxurious suites (Junior, Ambassador and Presidential), open onto the sea. Fresh and colourful, they are all very well equipped: air conditioning, flat screen, minibar, safe, ironing kit, teapot and coffee maker (Nespresso in Suites). In the bathroom, shower or bathtub and hair dryer. Room service 24 hours a day. The hotel is a great place to stay, the swimming pool connected to the beach makes it possible to take full advantage of water and sun and lunch outside. The three restaurants guarantee diversity in the plate and a different atmosphere; Jasmine offers gourmet specialities from Tunisian magazines, the Bistro is a grill & snack-snack concept, and the Olive Grove delights the taste buds through buffets and Mediterranean and international cuisine. Another strong point for this hotel is the Rhéa Thalasso & Spa centre on two levels and not less than 1 400 square metres, professional equipment and 30 cabins, a swimming pool with seawater and a hammam. There is also a small hairdressing salon. A 110 m ² fitness room with cardio-training equipment is available for guests. Like the Vic Kid's Club, which offers 250 square metres for children between the ages of 4 and 12, the chain is renowned for the attention paid to children and the diversity of the proposed activities. A new address of quality in Hammamet!
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