The Marhaba Royal Salem in Sousse, Tunisia is nestled among beautiful gardens that lead down to the resort's golden sandy beach. There is a huge array of facilities and activities ... Continue reading
The Marhaba Royal Salem in Sousse, Tunisia is nestled among beautiful gardens that lead down to the resort’s golden sandy beach. There is a huge array of facilities and activities on offer, making it popular with families and couples alike.
There are three outdoor pools including a slide pool, which is always guaranteed to provide tons of fun and the sun terrace provides loungers and parasols to ensure that you can sunbathe in comfort. An indoor pool is also present just in case you want to escape the sun whilst going for a swim. If you want to indulge yourself then take a trip to the spa centre where there’s a variety of treatments on offer including massages, a sauna, and Turkish bath.
If you enjoy keeping active and having fun on holiday, then the Marhaba Royal Salem is the perfect choice for you. With two tennis courts at their sister property next door, beach volleyball, basketball, football, water polo, table tennis, mini golf and aerobics on offer you are spoilt for choice! There will definitely be enough going on to keep you busy for the entirety of your stay and in addition to these individual activities, the hotel provides regular daytime activities and an evening entertainment programme. For children, the hotel offers two separate pools, a hotel run kids’ club for 4 to 14 year olds and a mini disco at the sister property as well.
The reception is open 24 hours a day with money exchange, so there will always be someone there to assist you. The Marhaba Royal Salem also provides an internet café and internet access so you can check your emails if need be!
The quality of food, just like the hotel, is to a high standard. There is the main buffet restaurant, a Tunisian á la carte restaurant where reservations are required, a snack bar, pool bar, lobby bar and Moorish café so you definitely won’t have to walk far if you get peckish!
The Marhaba Royal Salem in Sousse is only 200m from the gently shelving beach with direct access, so you will only be a short stroll from dipping your toes in the sea. The popular resort centres of Sousse and Port el Kantaoui are only a short distance away meaning that it’s ideally situated if you’re looking to explore the local area while on holiday.
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- Swimming Pool Outdoor
- Mini Golf
- Beach Volley Ball
- Golf Course
- Lounge Bar
- Fitness center
- Beauty Center
- Mini Club
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The captivating holiday resort town of Sousse lies on Tunisia's east coast, about two hours drive south of the capital, Tunis. From the 9th century onwards the Phoenicians, Byzantines, Arabs and Romans discovered the delights of this fertile spot, dubbed 'the pearl of the Sahel' in ancient times, and today the mild climate, beautiful Mediterranean shoreline and warm people work their magic on holidaymakers from Europe.
Sousse is also favoured by Tunisians as a get-away destination, and the friendly inhabitants enjoy mingling with visitors on the sandy beaches and busy promenade. The proliferation of modern resort hotels along the beachfront has not detracted from the charms of the inner city, and Sousse is still regarded as having probably the finest (though not the largest) old city, or Medina, in Tunisia. A warren of narrow covered alleyways nestling below the Ribat, or fort, hide hundreds of colourful shops selling a myriad of local goods from carpets and porcelain to leather bags and olive oil.
Outside the Medina there is also a vast modern shopping complex. Sousse is not all just shopping and beach bathing, however. The town's museum, situated in the old castle or kasbah, is renowned for its collection of mosaics, masks, statues and other relics of the Roman occupation. There are also several miles of well-preserved ancient Christian catacombs and marble tombs in the town. Sousse offers its many package-tour visitors all the facilities and surroundings of a relaxing seaside holiday, overlaid with the undeniably foreign and exotic atmosphere of North Africa, all at extremely affordable prices.
Most of the pleasurable and sporting activities offered to holidaymakers in Sousse are beach-based, including fishing, scuba diving, windsurfing and water-skiing. There are also numerous excursions on offer for those keen on exploring more of the Tunisian coastline. In the town itself, delving into the ancient Roman history at the excellent museum and shopping are interesting diversions.
Visitors to Sousse are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out, with a variety of options available from pizza and tapas to French cuisine, but most holidaymakers rave in particular about the popular local staple dish, Couscous (steamed semolina grains), which comes in various combinations. Most of the better restaurants are located inside the luxury hotels; others are within walking distance of wherever you are staying.
Nightlife in Sousse has its seamier side with several seedy dives where prostitutes are on offer along with the beer. If in doubt before entering any club or bar question the doorman or take a good look. Nightlife generally for tourists is confined to the apartment resorts and hotels, offering dancing and entertainment. Young Tunisians tend to gather on the beach promenade after dark.
There are bargains to be had in the alleyways of the Sousse old city for holidaymakers who practise the time-worn art of haggling successfully. Carpets and leatherware are favourite buys for tourists, but there is also a vast stock of cheap souvenirs on which to fritter away the holiday budget. Some visitors are intimidated and do not enjoy bargaining with the canny souk shopkeepers, who usually begin negotiations with a price inflated up to ten times the value. These visitors would be better advised to do their shopping in the adjacent modern shopping mall, which is crammed with shops offering local goods and wares from all over North Africa, on sale at fixed prices.
Many visitors have complained that shopkeepers in the medina are overbearing, and even frightening, in their persistence. There have also been reports of pickpockets being active in the alleyways.
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Hotel address : Boulevard 7 Novembre, Sousse, Tunisia
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do sea view rooms have a balcony please 1 Answer
Hi Allan, All sea view rooms have either a balcony or a terrace. If you prefer a balcony to a terrace we would advise to request a higher floor on booking. Regards
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By Leanne, loveholidays.com team member
have booked two double rooms single use. Do the rooms have own bathrooms? Are there any facilities for people with reduced mobility ? Does the hotel have lifts to the rooms? 1 Answer
Hi June, the rooms will have their own bathrooms. In regards to facilities for people with reduced mobility we will need to check this with the hotel. Please give us a call on 0333 033 9995 and we can look into this for you. We can also arrange special assistance at the airport if need be.
Added 7 months, 1 week ago.
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