Glasgow to Tunisia 14nts 3* Half Board Only £254 pp Including transfers - Based on 2 Sharing (1 bedroom apartment) @ DirectHolidays
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Glasgow to Tunisia 14nts 3* Half Board Only £254 pp Including transfers - Based on 2 Sharing (1 bedroom apartment) @ DirectHolidays

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Found 5th Jun 2010
Just came across this deal which i think is excellent.

14nts Half Board at Residence Golf Hotel which is a 3*

This is available on both 3rd November and 7th November.

To make things even better its a 1 bedroom apartment so you have the luxury of a fridge, cooker etc as well as meals. No under occupency supplement.

Price includes £140 online discount

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cheers tempted by this!! which part of tunisia cant find it on direct holidays

clnmckec;8768973

cheers tempted by this!! which part of tunisia cant find it on direct … cheers tempted by this!! which part of tunisia cant find it on direct holidays



Port Kantaoui. The £140 discount shows when you go through to the booking page. Great find OP.

I wouldn't send my worst enemy to this place ... Look at all the reviews on several different sites via google. SCARY.

Cheap !!!! Why ???? It's a dump

foxyuk;8769612

I wouldn't send my worst enemy to this place ... Look at all the reviews … I wouldn't send my worst enemy to this place ... Look at all the reviews on several different sites via google. SCARY. Cheap !!!! Why ???? It's a dump



Stayed there in feb this year,I read the reviews too so was prepared for the worst but it wasn't anywhere near as bad as the reviews made out,hotel was ok,nothing really wrong with it,

You have to remember this is tunisia you're talking about

Don't know about the cooker in the room though,I didn't see any rooms with cookers,only fridges

I'd rather spend the same amount and go for a week to Tenerife. I've been to Tunisia before and stayed in 5 star. There 5 star is our 3 star so this hotel at 3 star will be most basic hotel in Tunisia. Only good thing going for hotel is it's location as the port is a lovely area

foxyuk;8769894

I'd rather spend the same amount and go for a week to Tenerife. I've … I'd rather spend the same amount and go for a week to Tenerife. I've been to Tunisia before and stayed in 5 star. There 5 star is our 3 star so this hotel at 3 star will be most basic hotel in Tunisia. Only good thing going for hotel is it's location as the port is a lovely area



You wouldn't get 1 week or 2 in tenerife for anywhere near the cost of this holiday,remember this is a half board deal and the cost of living is really cheap for us over there,

You have to take into account what spending money you are going to need as well as the cost of the actual holiday,

Normally we would have went to one of the canary islands but decided to give tunisia a try due to the euro rate,tenerife would work out very costly buying lunch,snacks,etc. In tunisia the restaurants are extremely cheap and the prices in the supermarkets are amazing,

We spent very,very little over the 2 weeks,

The hotel is perfectly fine,I've seen a lot,lot worse in the canaries,if you go expecting the ritz yes you will be disapointed,

For anyone booking though I would say request a room overlooking the pool,the front is noisy due to the nightclub and the back is shaded by a lot of mega tall tress,we were allocated a room on the back,it was a few floors up and the branches were almost reaching the balcony,no light or sun at all getting through and was a large drop onto concrete below the balcony,no view at all apart from a glimpse of another hotels grounds,

Also the childrens bed was against a wall with a window,which would have been easily opened by a little one standing on the bed,it opened out and had that huge drop below it,I thought that was highly dangerous for anyone with toddlers,

We did get moved though when I complained,got a ground floor room with a garden right at the pool,room wasn't as nicely decorated,was older,but much more pleasant and bright location,the pool is at the side of the hotel,

Front of the hotel gets the most sun on the balconies but unless you don't mind the noise till 4am go for the pool area which does get the sun,but slighly less than the front

If your going to tunisia you need a five star hotel as i have been to a 3 star and it was more like a 1 star hotel. Never wanted to go back there and never would.

I stayed at this hotel 3 years ago, never again, staff are so rude, its all so very basic, beware there are a few rooms literally on top of the weekend nightclub, loud music all day around the pool, having said that there is a lovely marina a short walk away, beware the shopkeepers, they do not take no for an answer, very rude ignorant people, if your daring take a tuktuk in to Sousse, beware of thieves......also been to Morocco, would never go back to this part of the world, really don't like the people, give me Turkey, Spain any day, but thats me, some people go to Tunisia year after year.......

I didnt enjoy Tunisia when i went. All be it it was years ago.

bazza60;8770989

I stayed at this hotel 3 years ago, never again, staff are so rude


You must have forgotten to tip them,makes all the difference ;-)

its all so very basic..



Tunisia itself is basic

having said that there is a lovely marina a short walk away, beware the … having said that there is a lovely marina a short walk away, beware the shopkeepers, they do not take no for an answer, very rude ignorant people...



Yep,they are a right pain,but that's just their sales technique,I did try to get it through to them people would be more likely to look in their shops and possibly buy something if they quit the harrassment of trying to demand you come inside,but they don't see it that way,

That's just tunisia in general,no matter which hotel you were in it would be the same,

They are desperate to sell something as they are working on commison only,it's really hard for them especially in the winter months as a lot of the holiday makers are OAP's staying for maybe 6 weeks or so,if they don't sell anything they get no wages,

You've got to watch them well too,they'd rip you off very quickly money wise,within an hour of arriving there bought a few items in the adjoining supermarket ,he rang them through the till then somehow tripled the total,when I said nawh,I don't think so, he fiddled around for a few minutes adding it up on a calculator and said sorry,don't know what happened there!

A lot of the shops were the same,tried to overcharge or give you wrong change,they rely on you being unfamilar with their currency,once you pulled them on it though they didn't try it again,they have a photgraphic memory of you,

That's just tunisia though and no reflection on this particular hotel

It's a cheap holiday and you have to be prepared to put up with their customs

grabbit;8773029

You must have forgotten to tip them,makes all the difference ;-)Tunisia … You must have forgotten to tip them,makes all the difference ;-)Tunisia itself is basicYep,they are a right pain,but that's just their sales technique,I did try to get it through to them people would be more likely to look in their shops and possibly buy something if they quit the harrassment of trying to demand you come inside,but they don't see it that way,That's just tunisia in general,no matter which hotel you were in it would be the same,They are desperate to sell something as they are working on commison only,it's really hard for them especially in the winter months as a lot of the holiday makers are OAP's staying for maybe 6 weeks or so,if they don't sell anything they get no wages,You've got to watch them well too,they'd rip you off very quickly money wise,within an hour of arriving there bought a few items in the adjoining supermarket ,he rang them through the till then somehow tripled the total,when I said nawh,I don't think so, he fiddled around for a few minutes adding it up on a calculator and said sorry,don't know what happened there! A lot of the shops were the same,tried to overcharge or give you wrong change,they rely on you being unfamilar with their currency,once you pulled them on it though they didn't try it again,they have a photgraphic memory of you,That's just tunisia though and no reflection on this particular hotelIt's a cheap holiday and you have to be prepared to put up with their customs



Sounds like a great place to go :whistling:
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