Four Seasons Hotel Tunis is a short drive from the Roman ruins of Carthage. Four Seasons Hotel Tunis is a short drive from the Roman ruins of Carthage.

With contemporary Arabesque architecture, extensive gardens and a seafront location in the Gammarth neighborhood of the capital, the new 200-room Four Seasons Hotel Tunis has unveiled introductory offers in anticipation of a December 2017 opening.

General manager Ahmed Khalaf said: “Four Seasons Hotel Tunis is a seaside oasis, yet conveniently located for those doing business in the city. We also look forward to becoming the preferred choice of local guests for socialising in our restaurants, relaxing in our Spa, and hosting weddings and other events here at Four Seasons.”

The Gammarth neighbourhood is a quiet, affluent community along the seashore, just a short drive from the Roman ruins of Carthage and the village of Sidi Bou Said.  

Hotel features encompass four restaurants, including a seaside bar and grill, serving local and Mediterranean cuisine prepared by executive chef Omar Mallen, with all restaurants showcasing views of the hotel’s fountains, pool and gardens. The Spa, led by manager Pierre Habert, combines traditional hammam rituals with modern therapies and treatments, features a Roman-style indoor pool as well as an outdoor pool set in the hotel gardens. Younger guests can enjoy the city’s largest children’s club and only teen centre.

Four Seasons Hotel Tunis will be the first Four Seasons in Tunisia and the seventh in North Africa.  Four Seasons currently manages two properties in Morocco and four in Egypt.

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