Residence Romane

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Rue Assad Ben Fourat, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
42%
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Very Good
40%
14
Average
11%
4
Poor
2%
1
Terrible
2%
1

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Rated 16% higher but also costs 32% more than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples76
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Travel Tips for Hammamet

Rooftops

by croisbeauty

Most of the houses have built in and carefully arranged terraces on the rooftops where the locals spend their evening time enjoying in the fresh air and night wind from the sea before sleeping. Many of them, as I have been told, use to sleep on the terraces in the hot summer nights.

yasmine

by quartinb

Yasmine Hammamet is Tunisia’s newest resort. Situated just south of Hammamet, it is made up of predominantly four and five star luxury hotels. Built around a 740-berth marina, it recreates the style of many elegant resorts around the Mediterranean.
There is a sophisticated new medina, with luxurious boutiques, cafés and restaurants, theatres and museums and a fabulous residential complex.
The apartments within the site are the epitome of luxury and comfort and surround magnificent swimming pools.
Yasmine Hammamet is the perfect location for a holiday with a difference. Families can enjoy Carthage Land, a theme park with thrilling rides, and Blue Ice, the only ice rink in the country. Adults may choose to relax on the golf course in one of the many thalassotherapy centres, on miles of golden sandy beaches.

Car hire, roads & maps

by smirnofforiginal

"Driving"

We were advised to get a car with a driver but we knew best; we popped to the local garage, bought a road map of Tunisia and then hired ourselves a car.

Our first road trip was to drive from Hammamet to Dougga - Tunisia's spectaular Roman ruins. We were so close but always so far. The roads didn't seem to really follow the map (or vice verse) and despite our hours of driving and our tremendous efforts.... the road to Dougga remained completely elusive. We saw a sign that said "To Kairouan" (Tunisia's holiest city with in excess of 50 mosques) - sadly we didn't take it because we were still on our Dougga quest!

With frustration and stress levels excellerating we changed our course and headed for El Jem. With the heavens emptying and the roads flooding we wondered if we should turn back but hey - we'd come this far and hadn't actually seen anything... so onwards we continued.

Arriving at El Jem we drove practically to the gates of the amphitheatre (where Gladiator was filmed). A spectacular sight. There was no way we could go sight seeing in the rain that was falling in biblical proportions. A few hurried snap shots and off we set again; little else we could do really.

By the time we reached Sousse the water was over the tyres of the car and worry was setting in - there was a long drive back to Hammamet in horrendous conditions... we decided it would be prudent to not stop but drive on which is what we did.

"Carry on driving!"

Due to our disasterous driving/navigational attempts & the rain the previous day, our children had been couped up in the car so we decided to have a drive further North to find some nice beaches for them to play on. Lesson learned - the only nie beaches are the ones owned by the hotel because they look after them. All the other beaches were simply littered with filth and waste - broken glass and the like. The majority were not safe for the children to even go on, let alone run around on playing. What a disaster!

"Day 3"

We gave back the car and hired a car with driver!

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Address: Rue Assad Ben Fourat, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia