Offering high standing, the Vincci Djerba Resort is recommended to couples and families looking for good amenities and moderate entertainment.
In the hotel zone of Sidi Bakour, 2 miles from Midoun and 12 miles from the airport of Djerba. Expect a 20 minute transfer.
The Vincci Djerba Resort is good for families because of its infrastructures and adapted accommodations. Indeed, it has a 30 triple and 52 quad rooms. The 4 to 12 years old are taken care of by 4 specialised entertainers offering them game and sports activities all through the day. They occupy the children during lunch also, which is served in the rooms of the club-children.
Having features related to its standing, the Vincci Djerba Resort has a balneotherapy centre welcoming up to 120 curists a day. The balneotherapy offers cares similar to those of the thalassatherapy (algae wrappings, whirlpool, affusion showers), but the water used is soft water. You can mix some cares with powdered algae or marine salts.
Opened in 2002, the Vincci Djerba Resort was designed by the same architect as the Odyssée Resort Zarzis. No troglodytic inspiration here. The tendency is more about fusion of antique and colonial styles. The floor of the lobby is decorated with a mosaic of Roman tradition, and rattan armchairs and sofas surround low tables with wrought iron motifs. In this large space occupied by the central block and its annexes, you can find a huge landscaped swimming pool, 23,672 ft². It is surrounded by a solarium with brick floor and lawns allowing a feeling of non confinement even during high season. An indoor swimming pool; 538 ft² is also at your disposal.
The 416 rooms are spacious (333 ft²) and all are equipped with a balcony with a plastic garden set. 50% of them overlook the swimming pool, and the gardens or the hotel zone for the others. Furnished with light wood furniture, which preserve the spacious size of the rooms, they are equipped with air conditioning, telephone with direct line, and satellite television. The safe, and the refrigerator-bar are available (with supplement). The bathrooms, impeccable, have a bathtub, hair-dryer, and have a small basket of welcoming products.
The main restaurant has buffets, and the various themes include a Tunisian evening per week. In the morning, the buffet, abundant, allows you to eat with vitamins (grated carrots, tomatoes in salad, unripened cheese), sweet (viennoiseries, crepes, chocolate sauce) or Anglo-Saxon style (scrambled eggs, sausages, saute potatoes). The rattan chairs are not too tight around the tables and the room extends into a terrace. At lunch, an à la carte restaurant located next to the swimming pool offers mixed salads, pastas and grilled meats. In the evenings, another à la carte restaurant located near the discotheque offers a latino inspired cuisine in a relaxed environment (big tables and wooden benches).
The hotel is not right on the seashore. You get to the beach going about 1,312 ft along a road outside the facility. During summer, a little train shuttles between the reception and the beach every 15 minutes. It is even more appreciated because the road does not have shade. On the beach, the hotel has a 655 ft long by 262 ft wide furnished space. Straw sunshades and plastic lounge chairs are available. Beach towels are furnished with a deposit. Water sports equipment allow free practise of surfboarding, and kayaking, and pedalo. With a supplement, independent boat clubs located close by offer motorised water sports such as parasailing and jetskiing.