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Rooms without bedcover while outside temperature was close to 12 C at night. Thus cold has awaken us very early.
Food always the same (chicken, veal and beef). Fish only once a week. No Typical Tunisian couscous. Repetitive deserts. Only peaches (unriped) and oranges.No melon...More
Response from Amelie G, Responsable relations clients at Samira ClubResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your interest in Samira Club Hotel.
We think you stayed in the hotel during the event Cuba in Tunisia, so the weather was bad against all expectations and we did not have enough plaids for 750 persons that the Hotel...More
Hi, I would recommend highly Samira Club, very professional staff, very nice animation with a group of motivated animators, good food, good all inclusive with pizza, French frises, pasta and drinks ... from 10 am to 12 pm, just you have to pay for the...More
Definitely the place to go with kids. Been there on holidays in july and have a lot of fun. The staff is great and really helping. There is a special place to take care of babies so that parents can enjoy and entertaining programs every...More
Response from Amelie G, Responsable relations clients at Samira ClubResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for the nice comment that you have posted and for your interest in Samira Club Hotel; we are working continually to satisfy our guests.
For the pleasure to see you in July in Samira Club Hotel ;)
The noise was very loud the activity program was every night the same food was burned and every day the same. The rooms are very old .
By the pool chairs and parasols are broken. Very very bad service in the restaurant
We visited Club Samria, End of September it was hot and lovely Beaches. We didn't spend too much on the holiday so we weren't expecting the world, just a nice time away, which is exactly what we got. I don't think Tunisia would be a...More