Vime Club Venus

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Zone Touristique Sur, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 53% more and rated 22% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples37
  • Solo71
  • Business33

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There is great nightlife in...

by ossil

There is great nightlife in Hammamet. There are many cafés, bars, restaurants and discos. After dark the town is full of people, crowd everywhere. By 2 a.m. it's calm down.
In the evening go to a café (for example at the Kasbah) or the Canary (delicious ice-cream and pancake, but hard to find table) then you can go to a disco (for example Hotel Venus - free on weekdays). At the discos there is also arabic music, sometimes.



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Hammamet Prima Life Imperial Park Hotel

by ralupop82


i'm going to Hammamet at the beginning of this october and i've seen lots of photos of this hotel, Prima Life Imperial Park but no reviews however. Has anyone been there and could you tell me what to expect? PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE Also, loads of people have advised me not to go to hammamet cos it's boring and not half as nice as Sousse. is this true or is it just a matter of taste?

RE: Hammamet Prima Life Imperial Park Hotel

by theguitarist

It is a matter of taste, I personally like sousse but there is alot of my friends who prefer hammamet.
Both hammamet and sousse are 1 hour away from eachother meaning you can still travel from one to the other in a short period of time, you can easily rent a car if you want to.
let me know if you need to find a car rental, I can help you with that, my cousin owns two companies: tour agents for tourists and also car rentals.
take care.

RE: RE: Hammamet Prima Life Imperial Park Hotel

by ralupop82

Thanks so much for offering to help. i am considering renting a car to go round amd i would appreciate some help with this.
however, can you tell me anything about the state of the roads etc, motorways. would it be easy to find places of interest? Are there signs and stuff to make it easier?
also, what day trips or activities would you recommend from hammamet, excepting the 2 day sahara trip which we've already decided to go on? we'll be there for 2 weeks and i'm looking at travelling and seeing places cos i'm not so much into sitting by the beach all day.
And do you know anything about this hotel? is it at least ok???

Re: Hammamet Prima Life Imperial Park Hotel

by golfglobetrotter

Hi, did you go to the Prima Life Imperial Park? Like you I cannot find any reviews of this hotel at all. What was is like as I want to go there in August. Also what is Hammamet like?

Travel Tips for Hammamet


by croisbeauty

The main square of the ground floor in Medina with couple of good cafe-bars and restaurants. The buildings around the square are reconstructions of ancient Carthage and its glory. From this point you enter into the huge amusement park or new Medina with lots of shops.


by AnnaLupilla

"Once upon a Time or Tales from 1001 Nights ..."

Sad but true: remembering this trip to Tunisia, I have to admit, that I am a poor girl with a difficult childhood:
Just imagine yourself at the age of about 8 years ... not more than 1m tall, standing in front of a huge dromedar, with a hedge of cacti behind you, listening to a strange looking man (which turned out to be Arab) asking your Mum, how many of these dromedars she would like to have for ME!!!! Then even worse: this awful dromedar starting to lick your face with its tongue big as your whole head and about 1000 people standing around, laughing about that "cute little girl" ...

"Anyway ..."

Hammamet is an old marina on the Gulf of Hammamet, nowadays Tunisia's leading seaside resort.

The city, which is saved from cold winds and rough seas by the mountainous peninsula of Cap Bon, extended it's area by building various hotels, bungalows and exclusive residential districts by the sandy beaches to neighbour city of Nabeul.
Traditional sources of purchase, like fishing, artworks and cultivation of citrus fruit are no more important to the local economy like tourism is.
About 3000 people live in the medina, the historic center of the town, which still is completely surrounded by a medieval wall.


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 Vime Club Venus

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Address: Zone Touristique Sur, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia