Hotel Bel Air, Hammamet

Essem

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Essem when you saw these pictures how you feel ?It's normal thing in this season?
I was at a conference there today and it was mostly the people from the conference staying at the hotel. Very quiet IMO.
 

Essem

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Aslemma

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Sad to see it looking so empty. I know it's still early in the year but I would have expected to see more visitors than that and even those who are there look like locals rather than the much-needed tourists. Is it the same in general or just that hotel as far as you know Essem? What's the situation like in Sousse?
 

Essem

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It seemed to be the same in Hammamet when we drove through - no-one about and I wasn't in any other hotels there yesterday. It could be that the majority of clients are booked on an AI basis and that doesn't really encourage them to leave the hotel.

And funnily enough, when I got back to PEK, I did see 2 tourists crossing the road at the Golf Roundabout and pointed them out 'cos they'd been the first I'd seen all day. A few more around Les Jardines/Hannibal Park in PEK. But it was about 5.30 -6 pm so most clients in hotels would be getting organised for dinner.
 
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