I recommend this disco as it is central and very close to Hourria Palace Hotel, Sousse. Its very popular with the local youths. Dancing all night long guaranteed!
Cost: around : 5 Tunisian Dinars ot 10 Tunisian Dinars a couple
Dress Code: Very casual
The night life in Sousse is really quite good considering that most of it revolves around the hotels. This wa a traditional tunisian night out at our hotel which was well worth seeing and also was a great laugh. This man managed to balance 8 clay pots on his head. Try that when you get home with your wifes best china hahahahaha.
The Tej Marhaba Hotel offers a varied programme, and on at least one night each week, they offer entertainment, traditional style, geared to the western tourists. Muisc, dancing, making a fool of the tourist who is willingly dragged onto the stage as an amateur belly dancer.
A good atmosphere in a very comfortable hotel. All the hotels seem to welcome toursits in; they aren't restricted to residents, except for specific events. They post the events for the week on a notice board in the lounge.
Dress Code: Very relaxed
Being in a muslim nation, of course, Sousse isn't exactly the nightlife capital of the med. However, the saavy tourist developers have gone and established what is more or less a nightlife district in the newer part of the city, so if you wish to indulge in the after hours, this is your place. You won't find any local culture here, but you will find alcohol and dancing. This area basically consists of a few casinos and nightclubs, many of which are surprisingly trendy. Anybody looking for a night out should be able to find it here.
Bora Bora is a quite extraordinary place. An outdoor nightclub, tucked in among trees, this club hires some of the most famous DJs in the world, which was a bit of a surprise to me... not something I expected from a town of less than 200,000 people. The club is centred around a round bar, the roof of which becomes the stage for a range of entertainment, from sexy dancers to fire dancers and acrobats.
Note: Generally the crowd is not local, and "decent" Tunisian women never go there.
If you want a table to yourself with the best view of the stage, and personalised service, you can book beforehand, turn on the charm, or maybe grease a palm at the door. You will definitely need to book in advance for when the really big names are DJing.
To keep a table for your group you will be expected to buy at least half a bottle of spirits between you, which will cost around 140 dinar: a pile of mixers will be included in that.
The atmosphere is electric, the entertainment captivating and this is a total MUST visit place.
Dress Code: There doesn't seem to be much of a dress code. Being a hot city, they can't expect you to wear too many clothes! As usual, women can get away with more than men.
A belly dancer laying on her back at the size of his big horn, god that brings back happy memories hahahahaha.
Sousse has some nightlife, where the best clubs and bars are found in tourist complexes and hotels.
These are not terribly much cheaper than in Europe.
Bellydancers perform in some of the restaurants in Sousse. It's a way of attracting more guest. The bellydancers are in mostly from other arabic countries.