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Golden tulip Taj Sultan/Beach View
Offering direct access to Yasmine Hammamet Beach, the Golden Tulip Taj Sultan Resort is a modern 5 star hotel in Hammamet. It's positioned in an enviable location in the touristic area of Yasmine Hammamet, near many top attractions. Guests can enjoy spacious luxury accommodation, sea views, and soothing day spa facilities in a friendly environment. Gourmet fusion cuisine and the largest pool in Hammamet help round out our exclusive amenities. Experience a touch of Tunisian serenity in world-class surroundings.

Our Hammamet resort offers 249 5-star hotel rooms, all air-conditioned for your comfort. Family rooms, suites, and rooms for guests with reduced mobility are available. All accommodation is spacious, bright, and fully equipped with en suite bathrooms. High speed internet access is available throughout the hotel, ensuring you'll stay connected. Satellite television, a minibar, and a desk area are included. Admire panoramic sea or garden views from the comfort of your private balcony.

A wide range of recreational facilities are on hand for your convenience and comfort. The Golden Tulip Taj Sultan Resort offers an indoor pool, spa, and fitness centre. Spend your days lounging by our massive outdoor pool, regarded as the largest in Hammamet. Enjoy direct access to the beach, or visit the hotel's tennis courts to keep fit. Our lavish spa offers a range of health, wellness, and beauty treatments including massages. A buffet breakfast is served every morning, and the hotel's dining outlets include tempting fusion cuisine whether you prefer Italian or Tunisian fare. Conference facilities and a business centre are available, as are babysitting and children's activities for families. Room service and a bar with live entertainment round out the hotel's services.

Hammamet is one of Tunisia's top tourist destinations, known for its jasmine trade and pristine beaches. The Golden Tulip Taj Sultan Resort is positioned in the Yasmine Hammamet tourist area, directly on the beach. Carthage Airport is 37.9 miles away, with airport shuttle services available. Visit the hotel's tour desk for more information about local excursions to points of interest throughout Tunisia. Nearby attractions include the attractively landscaped Golf Citrus Course, while families won't want to miss the Carthageland theme park. Stroll around the old town, or visit Port Yasmine and the marina to watch the ships go in and out of the harbour.

Our customers' reviews of hotel Golden Tulip Taj Sultan Resort

TripAdvisor note 4.0/5 based on 1039 reviews
barbosacris 04 September 2017 Trip type Friends getaway
« The best animation team..☆☆☆☆☆ »

The hotel is very beautiful and the people working there are very friendly BUT what we liked most was the ANIMATION TEAM...they made our holidays even more special because they were always cheerful and whit a smile on their faces..For all of them THANK YOU..THE BEST TEAM

oussama c
oussama c 30 August 2017 Trip type Family
« Short holiday »

I have stayed for 3 nights in a sea view room after an upgrade from the management which was appreciated but still rooms are not really luxury as expected due to the big name of the brand here in tunisia. The check in was smooth, however the receptionist just gave me the room key and informed me that I'm on BB basis and any extras to be settled on cash in a way I felt that he was in a hurry and no information about the hotel or the activities around were given. The second case I had was on the restaurant while I was having breakfast and I asked for a spoon but the waiter was rude and his answer was that someone will bring and left but I asked him again and he was showing attitude, I believe his name was Omar so I reported the same to the receptionist named Nassim I guess but nobody contacted me in regards to the issue. I suggest more trainings to the staff on how to deal with the customers no matter their nationalities and to be always the ambassador of the brand. The last case was between the FOM and a guest who was complaining about the room location but she fail to handle it with care and was rude shouting to the guest in front of others.

Zied_Dahmani 19 August 2017 Trip type Couples
« Just to relax »

It is a beachfront Hotel in Yasmine Hammamet. A typical Tunisian Hotel. Average Food. Good Spa & Hammam. It is one a the few Hotels working year long, so cleanness and property are well maintained. Staff is helpful.

David H
David H 23 July 2017 Trip type Couples
« Golden Tulip Taj Sultan, Hammamet, Tunisia. David & Tanya H »

We booked this trip as an inexpensive get-away for some guaranteed Sunshine, also we were curious to see if there was a recovery in place after the dreadful terrorist act a few years ago. We Flew with Tunisian Airlines and grabbed a Taxi at the airport, after a lot of haggling we agreed on a price 35 euros for the ride which took about 50 minutes - we booked the return taxi through the Hotel for 40 euros. We booked a Suite with Breakfast & evening meal. The Hotel was quite pleasant, if a little jaded here and there, our suite was very spacious and reasonably equipped - I do have to say the furnishings were a little 'bargain basement' but the bed was huge and very comfortable. The restaurant was large and had many choices but sometimes the quality of some dishes were a little lacking - that said, we could always find something that suited and we didn't go hungry. There is a bar with an Italian restaurant next to the main restaurant - we did not try it but it looked quite reasonable. There is a very pleasant beach bar that offers some very good and inexpensive snacks / meals, we enjoyed cold beers and very good Wraps for a late lunch a couple times. There is also a small Cafe opposite to grab a fairly decent coffee with a small fairly well stocked supermarket next door. The Hotel staff were all very helpful and courteous and were happy to see English guests again. The Resort town is - I'm sorry to say - in a pretty sorry state,money a handful of hotels are open and most of the businesses are also closed, some of the streets have everything closed and are looking very forlorn. All the locals constantly asked if the English would ever come back, one Taxi driver said the " one hour of complete madness " - the terrorist gunman - had almost completely ruined the whole country - they are all desperate to get visitors back. I don't want to paint too black a picture - many other European nations are still using this as a destination. In an effort to reassure visitors there is a lot of security now in place. We enjoyed our holiday, we had great weather and a good time, If you fancy a cheap holiday give it a go.