We went one week to this village at the end of May. We have seen a lot of Club Med destinations and this was good, but can be a lot better.
We had an hotelroom, perfect for us travelling with a baby from 9 months old, there was a "living" with a separate bedroom, so we could sit at the balcony while our baby was asleep (in Tunesia the baby monitors are forbidden) and we don't choose for the babyclub, because she's going to daycare back home.
We really liked the food, there wasn't much choice as we are used to, but it was really good!
The babycorner at the restaurant was ok, there wasn't much for baby's older than 4 months, but the babyrooms weren't that great, it wasn't clean at all!
The rooms could also be more clean, there was a lot of sand in the room and we did not go to the beach at all... just to give an example.
Most of the staff were friendly, except for the lady at the bar and some of the ladies at the reception, I don't think they really like their job.
The local staff in the restaurant were super friendly!
We will not return to this club at first, there are many Club Med villages which are a lot better, but we had a great holiday!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- To the south of Tunis, in the gulf of Hammamet, between a huge lagoon pool and a long beach of fine sand, this Club Med Resort exudes a family atmosphere and a love of sports open to all. Bathed in Mediterranean light, Hammamet, with its Moorish-style hotel and its characteristic blue-and-white bungalows, is steeped in a strong local culture, which is also reflected in the culinary specialities. You will find pleasures to touch all the senses beside a clear blue sea, caressed by a gentle breeze. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Club Med Hammamet Hotel Hammamet
- Hammamet Club Med