Melia Flora Park Boutique Hotel

, Hammamet, Tunisia
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Melia Flora Park Boutique Hotel

, Hammamet

Rooms: 100

Bp 177 - Hammamet - 8056 - Tunisia 72/227727
250 Traveller

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7/10
Nice if your over 60!
Submitted by: Amanda in 06/07/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
This hotel is nice, clean, and very very quiet! Which is all very well if you are a pensioner. We had previously stayed at Bel Air in Hammamet, (during the same holiday) where we enjoyed the funny entertainment every night. This, in comparison, was dross. A bloke called bob (a so called entertainer!) in a sudden outburst of jolliness, decided it would be fun to throw my daughter into the pool. She is scared of water and is a very weak swimmer. She had to literally scream at him to let her go. After that he seemed to delight in making fun of her for being scared of water. The entertainment really was terrible though. The rest of the hotel experience seemed nice (till our last night, which ill come to in a minute) the food was ok, the rooms clean and fresh linen every day. There is a lovely photographer in the hotel, which is quite amusing (even if he doesn't realise it) but very lovely. Our last night was spoilt by a local, in the hotel, acting very suspiciously around my family. It seemed like he was taking photos with his phone of my kids. He was certainly staring at us and holding his phone up to where the kids were. We decided to move from the side of the pool, out of his way, but later, in the bar, I turned round and the same bloke was sitting right behind us, staring, again with his phone in his hands, his eyes followed my 6 year old girl, and my 1st thought of poor Maddie Maccan. We decided you can't be too careful, and reported him to the hotel reception. They had a word with him and he left. But they said he was a guide and was often at the hotel. I was just glad we were going home the next day. All in all, our holiday was ok, but I'd never go back to Tunisia. The locals all seem to want something from you...they can turn quite nasty if you don't want to buy whatever it is they are selling. I didn't like it, nor did my family. We won't be returning.
9/10
We were looking for somewhere to relax
Submitted by: Pat in 03/05/07
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
We were looking for somewhere to relax ad we found it the staff wear grate very attentive nothing was a problem (watch out for Mohamed on the beach)
7/10
Good hotel
Submitted by: Nafeesa in 17/10/06
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young & Single
Very nice for a 4* hotel-staff very friendly-food was good but needs bit more variety-because I don't like couscous!! Its 5 mins walk from the beach and the main medina and 4 mins walk to the bus stop to the main Hammamet-great low budget hotel!!

Top Local Tips for Hammamet

Prices u have to barter prices when you're buying stiff in the shos, they usually start off with four times the original price.

taking food and dring into the hotel If your planning on taking snacks and drink back to your room form outside the hotel, take a rucksack with you and place your wears in it before re-entering the hotel as there is a security guard on the doorway, which is a great idea and stops anybody coming in to try and sell you stuff, however, they don't allow food and drink to be brought in and therefore, you must hide it. Also, you can only buy alcohol in one supermarket in the resort and good half hour walk away.

Taxis Taxis will only take a maximum of 4 people - but they are EVERYWHERE and two or three will travel together to take you where you want to go if you're in a larger party and they are very cheap.

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