Must see hotels in Cap Bon

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    Villa Zembra

    Most visitors don't stay in El Haouaria long, but Villa Zembra is an enchanting retreat that's worth unpacking your suitcase for. Its five rooms are…

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    La Badira

    Occupying a small peninsula north of Hammamet proper, the adults-only resort of La Badira is a swanky affair. It's home to Hammamet's largest infinity…

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    Dar Sabri

    Tucked away down a narrow alley in the heart of the medina, this sleek, contemporary take on a traditional house makes it something of a designer's dar…

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    Villa Phoenicia

    The most authentic place to stay in Hammamet, this traditional dar has just four rooms, all named after gems. Service is sweet, and breakfast is fantastic…

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    Dar Gino

    This whitewashed nine-room villa is a luxurious take on a typical dar. Past the small reception area, marbled floors lead to a communal dining table…

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    Villa Ma-Amoura

    Set within acres of fig, olive and almond trees, this former farmhouse has been lovingly restored, and the attentive hosts offer an intimate stay fuelled…

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    Dar El Gaied

    Waltz through Dar El Gaied's exquisite, enormous yellow studded doors and into a slice of paradise. Nestled in the heart of bustling Nabeul, the noise…

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    Orangers Beach Resort & Bungalows

    Orangers, beloved by Brits, is where the whole family heads for their annual sun pilgrimage. Verdant gardens ring the buildings, and an exclusive section…

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    SENTIDO Phenicia

    Built in the 1970s by the presidential architect, this massive 390-room hotel has had a swish overhaul since then. The neat rooms have great views, though…

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    Dar Kenza

    Dar Kenza is a fun, family-friendly enclave that ticks all of the summer holiday boxes. Navigate your way up and down stairs and past domed roofs through…

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    Russelior Hotel & Spa

    On the (very) short list of Hammamet's most stylish hotels, Russelior is one of the few in town that's actually worth its five stars. Service is…

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    Hasdrubal Thalassa

    Its five stars are slightly tarnished, but the Hasdrubal is still one of the most luxurious options in Hammamet. The enormous, multilevel lobby with…

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    Sindbad

    The Sindbad, seemingly the headquarters for German-speaking visitors to Hammamet, has an exclusive feel and spacious rooms with arabesque design features…

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    Hôtel Les Jasmins

    Relaxed and tree-shaded, the rooms here are in two-storey whitewashed buildings and have balconies. There are tables set amid gardens for breakfast and…

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    Dar Ben Abdallah

    A cross between a kids' summer camp and an Alpine ski lodge, Dar Ben Abdallah has a couple of two-storey freestanding wooden cabins and a huge bricked…

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    Magic Life Manar

    Popular with families, this resort has enough to keep children entertained for the whole holiday, from pools with storeys-high slides and beach access to…

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    Saphir Palace & Spa

    Previously managed by luxury chain Sofitel, Saphir has somehow held on to its five stars, though standards have slipped. Two gold pill-shaped lifts whisk…

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    Africa Jade

    Located on a beautifully remote stretch of sand, this resort looks like it was plucked out of a children's book about East Africa and migrated to the Med…

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    Villa Noria

    Set back from the beach but with easy access to the unpeopled white sands that stretch beyond the giant Hasdrubal Thalassa hotel, these domed bungalow…

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    Vincci Flora Park Hotel

    Despite its 100-odd rooms, Flora Park certainly has a more intimate and authentic feel than many of its neighbours. The decor is looking slightly dated,…