LAICO Hotel Hammamet (EX Karthago)

Trulymadlydeeply

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#1
Afternoon all,

Has anyone stayed at this hotel or know anything about it. Any reviews greatly appreciated..........:)
 

Kris

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#2
I have visited a number of times and its a Tunisian 5 star. Its a very good position next to the beach and opposite the marina (though you do have to walk over a road to get to both).

http://www.tunisia.com/things-to-do/hotel/hammamet/laico-hammamet-formally-karthago

Its Laico (libyan investment company) and ex Kartago (Presidents in laws) so as you would expect its expensively built.

Its nice inside but very large so if you get a good price then (yasmine being dead in winter aside) its a nice based for the area and a good hotel.

K
 

Trulymadlydeeply

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#3
Well change of hotel, was liking the idea of Laico after googling it!! Now we are staying in Gammarth at the Miramar carthage Thalasso....must say it looks even better :)
 

Essem

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#4
Oh Truly it looks out of this world - hope you're planning a pamper or two ..or three ..whilst you are there!
 

Black Mamba

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#5
Well change of hotel, was liking the idea of Laico after googling it!! Now we are staying in Gammarth at the Miramar carthage Thalasso....must say it looks even better :)
Good choice.
 

Soltef

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#6
Waht's Gammarth like?Is there much to do around there?I gather there is a nudist beach there,if anyone's interested,lol!
 

Trulymadlydeeply

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#7
Ooh not me :D :D

Stayed in Gammarth the year I met my Ex (1995!!!) have been there since but not stayed for any length of time. What is there to do BM???
 

Black Mamba

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#8
You'll be near La Marsa, Carthage, Sidi Bou, I think I said enough :D

Oh just minutes to Tunis ;)

I suggest visiting: The Carthage museum, The Saint Louis Cathedral in Carthage, The Bardo museum, and the SPA!!


That's the church

 

Trulymadlydeeply

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#9
Treatments definitely Essem, a pamper is well needed. :)

EX did say he would rent a house in Sidi Bou said (he knows I love it) but when he said the name of the Hotel, I was in no doubt!!!! :D Love La Marsa too :)
 

feefad

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#10
We did the quads when we stayed in Gammarth and I think it's the best place in Tunisia to do them!
 

Trulymadlydeeply

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#11
I'm sure my son would enjoy that, do they have any age restriction??
 

feefad

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#12
Not sure on the exacts, there were some kids when we done it but a couple had to ride with someone else because of age.
 

FoxyRoxie89

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#13
When I have done QUADS abroad before I have been asked for at least a provisional licence x
 

feefad

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#14
really? Guy had to show his license to drive one of the better ones, but noone was asked for anything on the standard ones. I was a bit aprehensive at first but totally loved them x
 

FoxyRoxie89

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#15
really? Guy had to show his license to drive one of the better ones, but noone was asked for anything on the standard ones. I was a bit aprehensive at first but totally loved them x
Maybe mine ws a better one, this waas in greece though, so maybe more rules than tunisia x
 
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