A Tale of Tunisia at The Residence Tunis
©Matthew Shaw

A land bursting with souks and spices amidst desert dunes; Tunisia is a land that accommodates every taste. From beach lovers, and adventurers, to culture vultures and families traveling with children, Tunis is a place that is sure to excite and delight. And the perfect launchpad for all this would be none other than The Residence Tunis.

From here you can see the rest of this magical Mediterranean destination, that offers travelers a chance to discover new depths of relaxation, sunbath on the beach, heed the call to mind and body wellness at The Spa & Thalasso and enjoy the magnificent 18-hole golf course. In addition to the wealth of fabulous facilities, this chic yet comfortable hotel offers a great location, perfect for visiting the nearby sights in Tunis and Carthage.

Wander Through Roman Ruins

A Tale of Tunisia at The Residence Tunis
©Matthew Shaw

A place where you can wander through Roman ruins and visit the sands of the Sahara and the sands of the beach in the same day, Tunisia is quickly becoming known for its beautiful beaches, historical sites, and colorful cuisine. Home to some of the best beaches in North Africa, those looking to switch off can sit back, soak up some rays and unwind whilst adrenaline junkies can try their hand at the variety of water sports on offer. Like food? Then Tunisian cuisine is something you have to try. Brik, a deep-fried tuna and egg turnover is considered a local specialty whilst couscous and Tunisian salads are staples. Whether it is found in a local café or at El Dar restaurant inside The Residence Tunis, these dishes are not to be missed.

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For Culture Vultures

A Tale of Tunisia at The Residence Tunis

If you fancy culture over cuisine then head to Tunis’ Unesco-listed medina to witness the bold doors in blues, yellows, and greens that open onto hidden mansions and restaurants decked out in lavish tiles. Tunis is also home to one of the world’s most impressive museums, the Bardo, which houses thousands of Roman-era mosaics and other treasures found on archaeological sites throughout the country. Travel north to find the ruins at Carthage; the Roman amphitheater at El Djem and the UNESCO protected Dougga – all great treasures in Tunisia’s trove. Excursions from The Residence Tunis can be easily arranged with private guides for those wanting to learn a little more about this African gem. The hotel can also arrange sailing, camel and horse-riding, quad biking, banana boats, outboards and jets skis nearby.

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More to Lavish at The Residence Tunis

A Tale of Tunisia at The Residence Tunis
©Matthew Shaw

After a day of successful sightseeing, back at the resort, there are a variety of different restaurants, each with delicious cuisine ranging from fresh seafood and Mediterranean fare to authentic Chinese plus an al fresco salad bar. The wellness facilities will have you relaxed in no time and the Thermes Marins de Carthage Spa is a real highlight of the hotel. Inspired by Roman baths it is not only visually stunning but offers a wonderful range of treatments and facilities for anyone wanting to have some indulgence. The 18-hole Robert Trent-designed golf course and clubhouse are also exceptional and provide a great source of exercise for those who want to stay ‘well’ whilst away. In addition, there are two swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), two floodlit tennis courts and a fully equipped gym.