Eden Club Skanes

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

zone touristique, eddkhila, Monastir, 5000, Tunisia
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
22%
19
Very Good
27%
24
Average
22%
19
Poor
8%
7
Terrible
19%
17

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 31% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families56
  • Couples53
  • Solo62
  • Business25

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Hotel Eden Club

by aniasmith about Eden Club Hotel ***

It was nice stay, i'd say even budget hotel. But for sure worth even 4*. Nice quite, easy, dont need to get up at 6 to get nice palce on beach. Water ugly, dirty :( But there is always swimming pool. Food was great, 3 times a day was much too much in such a temperatures and for sure All Inclusive for whole guest makes this hotel special, easy and vety convinient, no bands, no explaining, ur just going taking what u want and that all :) Really advice if u dont search for a luxory place

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The Bourguiba mausoleumThe Bourguiba mausoleum

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Travel Tips for Monastir

Ribat

by Willettsworld

Just off the harbour is Monastir's famous Ribat, built by Harthama ben Ayan in 796 AD, which ranks with the Ribat in Sousse as one of the oldest Arab fortresses in North Africa; but while the Ribat in Monastir was further strengthened the one in Sousse soon lost its military importance to the later Kasbah. As a result the similarities between the two buildings are not at first sight evident.

Basically the Ribat is similar in plan to the one in Sousse. Originally it was only 32.80m (108ft) square and lacked the semicircular towers half way along the sides of the Ribat of Sousse. On the southeast side is the three-storey Nador tower, from the top of which there are fine views of the harbour, the large cemetery containing the Bourguiba Mausoleum, the Great Mosque and the roofs of the Medina.

An imposing gateway on the west side of the Ribat leads into the inner courtyard, surrounded on three sides by buildings several storeys high containing the monks' cells, store-rooms and casemates. The monks quarters were separated by another gateway from other buildings (perhaps women's quarters) probably added in the 9th century. More photos can be found in my travelogues.

Open:8.30am-5.30pm. Admission: TD3 plus TD1 for camera.

Adam Park

by Willettsworld

So there was me, walking around the northern walls of the Medina when I spot a British red telephone box - yep in Monastir, Tunisia! Must be so as to stop us British from getting homesick! It and a couple more are found in Adam Park which looks like it's a kids amusement park to the west of the Medina near the bus station.

MONASTIR

by Wellanna

"Mausoleum of Habib Bourgiba"

The central place in the city is the mausoleum of the first president. It is beautifully decorated and contains some of his personal belongings.

"Mausoleum"

If you happen to go to Monastir you shouldn't miss this at least for the beautifull Arabian architecture style.

"Beach"

There is a beautiful fortress (ribat) here like in every Tunisian city. This is the view to the beach. I can imagine that walking along the beach in summer is beautiful here. In April there were no tourists at all. The beach seemed creepily deserted.

"Beach"

This was taken in April. Try to imagine it in summer. Though it seems nice to see the beach in other periods as well. Just walking, listening to the waves and the wind...romantic

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Address: zone touristique, eddkhila, Monastir, 5000, Tunisia