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Hammamet
In ancient Roman times visitors came to Tunisia’s resort of Hammamet to take the waters in its mineral baths; today tourists still flock to holiday in this Mediterranean bay backed by the Sahara desert, just south of Tunis. Modern Hammamet sports dozens of Moorish-style luxury hotels, but its baths remain a big attraction in themore
Expect to be harrased for money everywhere you go - Marrianne. Date of travel: Nov 2008
Being a female you will be constantly harrased. I am not even blonde and actually look like I come from the med and I always dressed appropriatley as it is a muslim country but still you are constantly leered and jeered at.
Nice little town - Geoff & Anne. Date of travel: Sep 2008
Hammamet centre is small, but there are plenty of very reasonably priced restaurants. The Medina is OK, but you get hassled all Nab the time. It is easy to get to Nabeul for the Friday market and to Sousse and Tunis by train. I would recommend Hammamet to anyone
Tunisian people are so friendly - Lucy. Date of travel: Feb 2008
I love Hammamets beaches. They are clean and tidy. People are very friendly. Also safe for children.
Yasmine Hammamet - C Hall. Date of travel: May 2006
Tunisia is a beautiful country. We stayed a week in Yasmine Hammamet, a purpose built resort only a few years old. There isn't much nightlife in Yasmine, unless you stay in a hotel that offers entertainment, and in mid-May a lot of the bars/discos were not open as it was not peak season. The bar beside the Yasmine Beach Hotel was the livliest and the Broadway bar a few doors along had a car inside the bar, which looked like it was straight out of Pulp Fiction! For the local nightlife, you must sample Havanah in Hammamet town. We were taken there by a (very friendly) waiter at a restaurant we ate at on our last night in Yasmine. He showed us the way to party Tunisian-style! There are plenty of taxis available which should cost under 10 dinars from Yasmine to Hammamet, and always fix a price before you get in. One taxi driver even stopped outside his friend's stall in Hammamet and made us get out to look around his stall at the tat he was selling! A note of advice about the Medina... it's like trying to run the gauntlet going through it, they all want you to "just look" at their stall. Be prepared to haggle and to be told it's "cheaper than Asda price!". Tour Operator: Sunway
I love Hammamet - Louisa Phillips, Andrew Richmond. Date of travel: Feb 2006
The location was excellent, 10min walk to the beach but you would need to get a taxi to the port or the harbour. We went on the 2 day trip around the Sahara which was excellent, even though you were stuck on the coach for a long time well worth it. I would recommend the area and also Tunisia. Tour Operator: Thomas Cook
 
Hotels in Hammamet User Rating
5-Star Hotels
Diar Lemdina El Bousten | * * * * * |
Iberostar Lalla Baya Hotel | * * * * * |
Melia El Mouradi | * * * * * |
Vincci Taj Sultan Hotel | * * * * * |
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4-Star Hotels
Iberostar Averroes Hotel | * * * * * |
Iberostar Phenicia Hotel | * * * * * |
Sol Azur Beach Hotel | * * * * * |
Hammamet Gardens | * * * * * |
Albatros Hotel | * * * * * |
Excel Hotel | * * * * * |
Hotel Sindbad | * * * * * |
Iberostar Belisaire Hotel | * * * * * |
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3-Star Hotels
Le Royal Hammamet Hotel | * * * * * |
Kinza Zenith Hotel | * * * * * |
Coralia Palm Beach Hotel | * * * * * |
Hotel Bel Azur | * * * * * |
Abou Nawas | * * * * * |
Caribbean World Hammamet Beach and Garden | * * * * * |
Continental Hotel | * * * * * |
Hotel Tanfous | * * * * * |
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2-Star Hotels
Le Zenith | * * * * * |
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