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We are booked to go to Hammamet in september but have been reading so many adverse reports lately re dirty hotels awful food and prostitutes hanging around that we are really worried about going now. Can anyoneplease put our minds at rest. We are staying at Les Orangers Resort, has anyone been? Where your hotel is you'll be able to go to yasmine hammamet in a few minutes which is mostly brand new and nicer than hammamet in the evening as it might be more tourist like and modern but much safer and chilled out.
We've just come back from Les Orangers beach hotel. Have no idea what the previous post means by hotel being full of prostitues????
Hammamet is the nearest resort and it's not really worth visiting. As it's an all inclusive hotel there's no need to go out unless you want to hibernate! In itself, the hotel is clean very modern and the rooms are well appointed, with spacious bathrooms and terraces. The gardens are loveley, even in March. Having said all that, during the week we were there, the outside pool was being renovated.
The area around the pool had been dug up and was being retiled. The pool was closed. The noise began at 7,30am and went on all day. We were not told about this when we booked the holiday so black mark for Thomas Cook there. The dining arrangements are a bit weird. Breakfast and evening meal in the dining room. Lunch on the beach side barbecue restaurant. The dining room is on the second floor.
Anyone with difficuly walking would have to climb a flight of stairs. It may be that this is going to change this year as a huge room was also being renovated near the reception area. We have been to Tunisia before, to Port el Kantouie, at the Marhaba Palace and that was a far superior holiday. So, if everything is OK with the hotel before you go, you should have a nice holiday. The beach is spacious and especially clean, perfect for young families.