Movenpick Hotel du Lac Tunis opens its doors

Movenpick Hotel du Lac Tunis has opened its doors

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Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has opened its new hotel in Tunis. The new Mövenpick Hotel du Lac Tunis has 189 rooms and suites.

The property’s rooms and suites, some with balconies, feature latest in-room technology, and city or lake views.

Its F&B options include an all-day dining venue, Le Grand Restaurant, a kitchen-Atelier experience at La Table du Chef, cocktails and shisha at the lobby lounge Al Diwan. A fourth venue, La Terrasse, provides outdoor seating for all three restaurants, offering guests an al fresco dining option by the lake.

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S Per Aqua is a spa and fitness facility featuring eight treatment rooms, two flash-UV cabins, a hammam, sauna, experience showers and hydro baths, plus a heated indoor pool with tranquility terrace, fitness centre with the latest gym equipment, a beauty salon.

“From wellness, foodie and culture breaks, family holidays and wedding parties, to business trips, corporate retreats and board meetings, Mövenpick Hotel du Lac Tunis suits every occasion, offering guests first-class facilities and upscale modern accommodation in a convenient and stunning location,” said the hotel’s general manager, Nicolas Pezout.

Mövenpick Hotel du Lac Tunis is Mövenpick’s third property in Tunisia and its 23rd in Africa with five additional hotels set to open in the region by 2020.

Tunisia’s tourism registered a 23% year-on-year growth in the first three months of 2018 according to a government report.

 Hotelier Middle East reported that in the last three years, Tunisia has seen a turnaround and major hotel brands have announced their entry into the North African country. 

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