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4* All inclusive Occidental Sousse Marhaba, Tunisia (£290pp) 7 nights Manchester Flights/Luggage/Coach 13th Jan = £580 @ Holiday Hypermarket

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Great price for 2x adults 4* All Inclusive Holiday for 7 nights from Manchester

Drink and eat all day: Buffets are laid out for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main restaurant.
There are snacks on the cards at the poolside bar, meanwhile a drinks service at the beach club.

Included:
  • 2x Return flights
  • 2x Adults All Inclusive board
  • 2x 15kg Suitcases
  • 2x 10kg hand luggage
  • Double Room with Balcony or Terrace
  • Coach transfers
  • ABTA & ATOL Protected

The Occidental Sousse Marhaba's got loads of pools and activities for families, plus a beach a short stroll away.
This place has got a huge outdoor pool with multi-coloured flumes, two tennis courts and a minigolf course.
It only takes five minutes' to walk to the beach. It's a long sandy stretch with a shorefront bar that serves drinks and snacks.

Pools
There are two big pools on the outdoor terrace. One has a trio of waterslides rushing into it, and there's a shallow pool close by with a mini-slide for kids. For a quiet swim, head to the indoor pool.

Food & Drink
Buffets are laid out for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main restaurant. There are snacks on the cards at the poolside bar, meanwhile a drinks service at the beach club.

Entertainment
Head to the lobby bar for evening drinks – it's Ottoman-themed, and has armchairs that look out across the gardens.
There's a hotel-run kids' club for little ones which runs daily games and activities.

Sports & Activities
Sports-wise, you can play tennis on one of two courts. There are also ping pong tables.

Health & Beauty
The spa* has a few relaxation lounges, plus treatment rooms for massages. There's also a sauna, a hammam and a Turkish bath. Fitness fans can work out in the gym.


Facility Summary
The Occidental Sousse Marhaba has a couple of outdoor pools, including one with slides. There's a shallow pool for tots and an indoor relaxation pool by the spa. If you fancy treatment, there are massages on the menu. You can also relax in a sauna, or work out in the fitness room. Main meals are served in the buffet restaurant, and there's a beach bar and a pool bar for snacks. Activities include minigolf, ping pong and tennis. There's a kids' club that runs daily activities.

Rooms
All rooms include a balcony or terrace, air-con, Wi-Fi, a flatscreen TV with satellite channels, a mini-fridge and a hairdryer. Double rooms can be upgraded to include a sea view, and there are family rooms available, too.
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    We went this year in May and it was amazing. We were in Hammamet, people were so friendly and respectful. I have been to Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, always had a great experience. From my personal experience Muslim countries are very good for a family holiday.
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    Recently booked to go to Tunisia as always wanted to go, and only direct regional flights from my area are with TUI. Feeling slightly nervous, as never been on such a cheap holiday; it's with TUI; it's on a 737 MAX aircraft (that has to use software to keep it aerodynamically stable); and hoping the security situation has improved over the last few years?🙈
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    I went to Tunisia years ago (a few months before the terrorist attack). The hotel staff or rep will tell you where you are safe to go around the hotel. There are military checkpoints around resort areas. Walking around the resort areas is generally fine and the local food is amazing. I went running everyday and had no issues and went out for lunch each day too (hotel food was a bit rough).

    Plenty of excursions and touristy stuff to do. Some of the local wine is great. Tunisian's are typically very nice and the hotel staff are great. I would take lots of pound coins or 1 euros to tip with and you will get great service and the waiters/waitresses will prioritise you.
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    Isn't this near to where the terrorist attacks took place?
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    Why bring this up? Manchester, London? both have had attacks since then!
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    Not sure I'd want to go to Tunisia, but great price. (edited)
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    Lovely place been over 10 times. Hopefully world cup in Qatar would have been an eye opener for people to understand hospitality in Muslim Countries.

    Nothing like what western media has been brainwashing folks with all these years.....

    The people of Tunisia are very friendly and welcoming. They treat people like their own family.

    I would highly recommend a visit.
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    Lovely place been over 10 times. Hopefully world cup in Qatar would have been an eye opener for people to understand hospitality in Muslim Countries.

    Nothing like what western media has been brainwashing folks with all these years.....

    The people of Tunisia are very friendly and welcoming. They treat people like their own family.

    I would highly recommend a visit.
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    So because one Muslim country is ok the rest are ok? I've been to plenty with varying experiences, Bosnia, Azerbaijan, Morocco, Turkey to name a few. Most good but not all great.

    Glad you enjoyed Tunisia however.
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    Eh la i thought it said accidental scouse.
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    That photo looks like where I live
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    Can you share your address please... Will save me having to take the wife abroad next year
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    Any Dubai holidays?
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    Awful
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    Tunisia is lovely. I'm planning on going back after Easter and its costing more than that but I personally wouldn't go there in January. Its a bit too chilly and some things are likely to be closed because of the lack of tourists. (edited)
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