Movenpick to reflag hotel in Sfax, Tunisia

This will mark Movenpick's fourth property in Tunisia, and will launch later this year

Mvenpick Hotel Sfax
Mvenpick Hotel Sfax

Mövenpick Hotels & Resort is set to take over a contemporary hotel in the coastal city of Sfax, Tunisia, marking its fourth hotel in the country.

The Swiss hospitality firm has signed an agreement with Société Touristique du Sud to manage the Plaza Sfax & Spa Hotel, an upscale propertyon Rue Khalid Ibn Walid, close to the historic Medina, a short walk from the largest convention centre, Sfax International Fair, and 10km from Sfax-Thyna Airport.

When the hotel launches as Mövenpick Hotel Sfax later this year, it will mark the Swiss hospitality firm’s fourth property in Tunisia.

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The 89-key hotel, which spans nine floors, offers a spa centre, swimming pool and gym, as well as a ballroom and six meeting rooms, while three dining options include an all-day dining venue, a speciality rooftop restaurant with city and coastal views, and a lobby lounge.

Mövenpick also operates the Mövenpick Hotel du Lac Tunis, which opened earlier this year, as well as Mövenpick Resort & Marine Spa Sousse and Mövenpick Hotel Gammarth Tunis.

The operator was recently acquired by AccorHotels, with the deal set to be cemented in the second half of this year.

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