The Residence Tunis is a luxurious property locked between Tunisia's charming capital and the Mediterranean.
Marhba, welcome to a Mediterranean dream at the Residence Tunis.
The glistening waters of the azure sea form the backdrop to your luxury stay at the Residence Tunis. Feel Tunisia’s friendly welcome with a cup of warm mint tea and a refreshing orange blossom-scented towel when you first step into this lavish abode.
The property is a melange of Tunisia’s Arab and Andalusian heritage. Palatial halls, domed ceilings, and arched alcoves add to the ambiance. The entire property simply oozes elegance.
Rooms and Suites are elegant havens bathed in soft, natural light. A soothing palette of white and natural tones compliment the honey wood and white marble floors. The scent of Neroli wafts in the air. Enjoy the serenity of the garden or sea view on a private balcony. Nature beckons even though the lively souks and streets of Tunis are only a stone’s throw away.
Frolic on the unspoiled stretch of beach. See and be seen on the umbrella-covered loungers surrounding the turquoise pool.
Inspired by Roman thermal baths, the luxurious spa is a sanctuary of wellness that makes good use of Tunisia’s sun nurtured indigenous plants in its array of treatments. Float your stress away in the seawater swimming pool covered by a cupola overlooking the lush garden.
Tunisia’s geographic location between the Middle East and Europe influences its gastronomy. Indulge in appetizing flavors at the on-site restaurants that celebrate the aromas and tastes of this enchanting land. Mediterranean flavors are enjoyed on the outdoor terrace illuminated by twinkling lamps. Traditional Tunisian breads, delicate pastries, and seasonal fruits are a wonderful way to start the day. Get an authentic taste of Tunisia in El Dar, designed to replicate the interior of a typical home. Spicy meals are accompanied by shishas. Bellydancers add a touch of the exotic to the magical nights. More intimate meals are eaten beach-side in a Bedouin tent.
Wine enthusiasts can visit a cellar carved out of cave rocks to sample a sparkling wine.Request Information