Located at the heart of the tourist resort of Djerba, the Azurea offers similar decor to that of many other hotels in the area, despite the fact that it is a fairly new hotel. Opened in May 2007, it is clear that some effort has gone into the decor of the guest rooms here. The hotel offers a plethora of activities and entertainment for both young and old alike, making it a modestly-sized 4-star hotel suitable for the whole family.
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The club is located 3 mi from Midoun, at the very heart of the tourist area, and 15 minutes from the island's capital, Houmt Souk. Transfer time to Djerba airport is around 30 minutes.
The hotel has 153 guest rooms, 15 of which are family rooms, housed in one main two storey building with a lift. It's a shame they haven't had a few little bungalows built within the lush green grounds as well. All rooms are air-conditioned and come with satellite television, a phone, a mini-bar (for which there is a charge), a safe (which can be hired on request), a balcony with plastic furniture and a bathroom where you'll find a bathtub, a hair-dryer and a small welcome basket. The minimalist decor of white walls and light-tiled floors, which although basic is more current than many of the neighbouring hotels, is livened up here and there with the odd Asian touch, such as wrought-iron furniture, Berber seat covers and woollen rugs.
It may not have all the pomp and splendour of a palace from the Thousand and One Nights, but the facade of the Azurea certainly has the architecture to make you think so! This is not, however, the case of the hotel's lobby, which resembles a thousand and one others! In terms of decor, the contemporary furniture in the reception area clashes with that of the lobby bar, where fabrics and leather feature heavily, but although they are not particularly original, all of the hotel's facilities are nevertheless well maintained. Amenities include all the usual activities offered by a 4 star Tunisian establishment, namely: a mini club, a small and rather austere balneotherapy centre, a dirt-surfaced tennis court, a petanque court, a beach volleyball court, mini golf, an outdoor pool with a solarium terrace and children's pool, an indoor pool, a ping-pong table, etc... There is just one small exception: the gym is in fact a fitness 'corner' located in a multi-purpose room inside the hotel during the winter months and on the terrace in the summer.
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The Azurea stands around 200 m from a beautiful fine sandy beach edged with clear waters which can be reached either on foot or using the free barouche shuttle service, depending on how motivated you're feeling. Deck chairs, some slightly worn parasols and a snack bar housed in a small wooden kiosk are available on the beach, whilst towels are available for a deposit. Motorised water sports, for which there is a charge, can be enjoyed at a nearby exterior location.
The Azurea stands around 200 m from a beautiful fine sandy beach edged with clear waters that can be reached either on foot or using the free barouche shuttle service, depending on how motivated you're feeling. Deck chairs, some slightly worn parasols and a snack bar housed in a small wooden kiosk are available on the beach, whilst towels are available for a deposit. Motorised water sports, for which there is a charge, can be enjoyed at a nearby exterior location.
Despite the fact that it was opened fairly recently, the hotel is already thinking of the future and planning to expand with an additional 50 or so guest rooms. In terms of entertainment, the hotel organises many different daily activities for both the day and night, including board games, team sports, aqua aerobics, karaoke, folklore shows, magic shows and a fakir act, among other things.
This hotel is located opposite the Dar Djerba and it is also managed by the tour operator Marmara, but the El Manara is different from its four neighbours of the Dar (Zahra, Narjess, Yasmine, Dahlia) for its quieter environment, fewer activities and limited guest capacity. The best and quietest room category is the one overlooking the patio, which shouldn't stop you from walking across the road to the beach or the Dar Djerba to try out their spa, thalassotherapy, and a la carte restaurants on the 'plaza' (square).
Open since 2000, the aptly-named Yasmina Playa is blessed with an ideal seafront location. This advantage makes up for the lack of facilities, most of which are to be found at the Club Yasmina, another hotel of the group. We would first and foremost recommend this 4 star hotel to couples, and particularly to holidaymakers seeking to relax in a peaceful environment.
Built in 1993, the Club Homère was given a new lease on life in 2010 when a full 6 month long renovation project was completed and the hotel was reborn as Club Jumbo. A large proportion of its facilities, including the bars, reception, terrace, kitchen and guest room, were given a complete makeover. The result is a pleasant, well-equipped and very reasonably priced club hotel where luxury doesn't really get a look-in, as is the case with any self-respecting 3 star Tunisian hotel, making it a particularly great destination for families and those travelling on a tight budget.
The Hasdrubal Prestige is the most luxurious hotel in Djerba, but that is not the only reason to choose this establishment. It possesses a number of unique infrastructures, including its outdoor 'three waters' swimming-pool which features several pools filled with seawater, freshwater and thermal water. The hotel's thalassotherapy centre is also out of this world; it includes a glass-covered marine walkway, private cabins and bathtubs filled with seawater or freshwater, depending on the treatment you choose. It is preferable to come to see and experience this hotel in the off-season; it won't be too crowded and your booking will be a little cheaper.
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