Easing you into the holiday mood in magnificent style, the Marhaba Palace is surrounded by gorgeous gardens. When you're not sinking your toes into the sand or enjoying watersports ... Continue reading
Easing you into the holiday mood in magnificent style, the Marhaba Palace is surrounded by gorgeous gardens. When you're not sinking your toes into the sand or enjoying watersports, head to the spa for some chill-out time. Don't miss the chance to savour traditional Tunisian flavours at the à la carte restaurant.
- Outdoor pool
- Sun terrace with sunloungers and parasols
- Indoor pool
- Pool towels provided
- Buffet restaurant
- À la carte restaurant
- Beach barbecue serving snacks
- Moorish café
- Pool bar
- Beach bar
- Lounge bar
- American bar
- 24hr room service
- Watersports at the beach
- Two tennis courts
- Fitness room/gym
- Table tennis
- Daytime activities
- Regular evening entertainment, usually including games, shows and cabaret
- 24hr reception with money exchange
- Internet café
- Free Wi-Fi (selected areas)
- For children: Hotel-run kids' club (2-12yrs), kids' pool, playground
Rooms (up to 3 adults) have twin beds plus extra bed if required, air conditioning (15 Jun-15 Sep), satellite TV, mini-fridge, hairdryer, full bathroom and balcony or terrace.
Twin rooms for sole use (with small balcony) are available, as are sea view rooms.
The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the Marhaba Palace in Port el Kantaoui. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.
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To make booking a holiday at Marhaba Palace in Port el Kantaoui easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Marhaba Palace with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above. Package holidays to Marhaba Palace are available from Thomas Cook and First Choice .
One could be forgiven for imagining that the quaint blue and white holiday village of Port El Kantaoui had been built as a Hollywood stage set and simply uprooted and plonked down on the Tunisian coast, flanked by two long stretches of perfect clean sandy beaches. In fact, this is not far from the truth: El Kantaoui is a chic, purpose-built holiday resort, which owes nothing to history, but everything to catering for the up-market tourist, seeking leisurely luxury in an enchanting setting.
The El Kantaoui complex is built around a modern marina, which can accommodate more than 300 vessels, most of them moored by millionaires. Its complex of hotels centres on the cobblestone streets of the perfect reproduction of a typical medieval medina, abuzz during the day with souvenir hunters. In the evening the action switches to the bars and cafes opposite the marina. The entire town has been termed a 'tourist ghetto', but it is indeed a delightful and highly successful one, enhanced by its Mediterranean location and Moorish flavour.
In the holiday resort of Port El Kantaoui, a variety of boat trips are offered from the Marina, whether it is pleasure cruises, glass-bottomed boat tours, fishing expeditions or dolphin viewing experiences. The close proximity of the older, more established resort town of Sousse, just six miles (10km) away, means that visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds and travel by the local 'Noddy Train' between the two, sampling the beaches and watersports on offer. The two resorts also share two golf courses. Other pursuits include quad biking, horse riding and beach camel rides, as well as a variety of excursions to choose from like shopping trips to Tunis, expeditions to view the Roman ruins at Carthage, the pretty village of Sidi Bou Said, or an evening in the desert at a Bedouin Feast.
El Kantaoui bristles with excellent restaurants serving all sorts of cuisine and holidayakers will not be disappointed. Most of the best restaurants are fronting the Marina, like sophisticated La Daurade, or Les Emirs, which serve up traditional specialities, and Le Mediterranee. Prices are modest by European standards, but higher than elsewhere in Tunisia.
Nightlife is low key, but most holidaymakers can find something to their taste whether it be simply lingering over a delicious meal, sipping drinks at a waterfront cafe or enjoying the in-house entertainment at one of the hotels. There is also a casino about five minutes away.
Like the entire resort, the shopping centre and model 'souk' in Port El Kantaoui is geared to holidaymakers, stocking mainly souvenir items with prices higher than elsewhere in Tunisia. Bargaining for goods is an entertaining experience, however. For better bargains and a more realistic Tunisian bazaar experience take an excursion to nearby Sousse.
Port El Kantaoui is often over-crowded, and more expensive than the other holiday resorts in Tunisia. There are no facilities here for budget travellers because most hotels are top-rated establishments.
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Hotel address : Jinane el Kantaoui BP120, Port el Kantaoui, Tunisia
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What are meals times ? 2 Answers
Hello,The Buffet restaurant opening times are [07.00-10.00, 12.30-14.00, 18.00-21.30 for breakfast, lunch and dinner. On Wednesday and Sunday breakfast is from 6am-10am. The hotel also offer a beach barbeque which is available from 12:00 - 1600 and the pool snack bar is open from 10.00 - 18.00 and the A la Carte restaurant is open from 19.00 - 24.00. Regards
Added 5 months, 2 weeks ago.
By Leanne, loveholidays.com team member
The meals are served buffet style, Breakfast is 7.00-10.00am / Lunch 12.30 - 14.00pm / Dinner is 18.00-21.30pm and you can chose your sitting for evening dining from 6.00/6.30pm - 7.45pm or 8pm - 9.30pm. A beach BBQ is available from 12-4pm and snack bars are open throughout the day. The a la carte restaurant is open daily from 7pm - 1am but this would be at an additional cost as not included with All Inclusive. Thank you, Natalie
Added 5 months, 2 weeks ago.
Need a room for four have two children with as this year. We have been to your hotel twice and don' t want to go to any other hotel. 1 Answer
Please can you call our main line and we will be able to help you look for this.
Added 8 months, 1 week ago.
By Charlotte, loveholidays.com team member