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Hotel Flamingo Beach
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Reviewed 22 August 2009

We were disappointed with our stay at the Flamingo Beach Hotel. After two weeks' backpacking we booked in here for a little luxury and were spending easily three times more than we'd paid for any other hotel in Tunisia (approx. £120 pn for a double room - more than the price on the hotel's own website).

Don't be fooled; this hotel's nowhere near the same standard as the all-inclusive resort hotels nearby, and it doesn't have its own beach so you have to use the thin public beach opposite.

The double room was nice, with an acutal double bed and a balcony overlooking the small hotel pool. Little flowers adorned our bed on arrival. But the towels were old and thin, and the shower didn't run hot. (Both my partner and I took showers at 3pm and 11am and despite running the water for at least 10mins the water was lukewarm at best.) The shower itself was rusty and wouldn't stay up. Some of the furniture was also worse-for-wear.

We ate dinner in the hotel - the food was fine (large portions) and the wine was reasonably priced. Breakfast was the usual bread and jam.

At first the staff seemed friendly and couldn't do enough for us. But on our early departure we raised the hot water with the landlady, who tested the water in the room. When the water ran hot she implied we had made up our concerns to get a discount.

For this price we expected hot water - and certainly didn't expect to be accused of lying.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 July 2009

Flamingo is located in Djerba's Zone Touristic - it seems to be where the islanders have quarantined the flux of European travellers to the area and in its current state of disrepair is much like an industrial zone. Having said that flamingo is by far the best of the bunch, a small family run hotel, super hospitable on a slightly less touristy track. The owners were incredibly welcoming and catered for all our needs. Food is good and half board is a great deal as many hotels nearby have touristy and overpriced restaurants. The waiter alone was one of the most enthusiastic and helpful we had ever come across! The rooms were spacious, comfy and very clean. If you want to visit the beach this is by far the best place to stay on the island, however to just reside in this part of town is to miss out on the real Island and all it has to offer.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank london_venturer
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Reviewed 4 May 2009

Do you really want to go through the whole chain hotel experience… again! You could be in Trinidad, South of France or Tunisia, they all look alike. Similar decoration, similar food… So, if you are ready for a genuine, warm welcome, a taste of the local life and great Tunisian food, then this hotel is for you.

We have stayed at the Flamingo on several occasions, mostly in the spring and summer. We also had the opportunity to spend a short winter vacation last February and I must say, even though it was too cold to swim, the weather was amazing. It is a great change from winter in northern Europe!

True, the Flamingo was not equipped with Wifi or business center in general. But the question is: can you really not live without an internet connection for a few days in such beautiful setting? Instead of looking at your laptop, enjoy the local food, sip mint tea on the beach front terrace, look at the sun set, have a romantic dinner at the 1st floor (sea view) restaurant and visit the island. Take time to enjoy life, the Djerbians do!

So go ahead, dare try something different and enjoy the warm welcome.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank niloukian
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Reviewed 27 May 2008

We booked into the Flamingo Beach after reading the reviews here and we were not disappointed. From the moment we arrived until the moment we left we were treated wonderfully. This place truly has a special charm to it and this is in no small part down the owners Nabil and Hela and their team of dedicated staff. Nabil and Hela both took time to not only assist us with any needs we may have but made a special effort to spend time conversing with us. They were genuinely interested to hear our thoughts and views on their hotel, the Island of Djerba and Tunisia at large. They are people who truly understand the meaning of hospitality -for example, breakfast if you so desired, could be served to you at 3PM! You are the GUEST!

Our breakfasts were gloriously ,leisurely ,affairs (though at a more normal time of 9AM not 3PM)) served on the roof terrace with a wonderful view over the mediterranean. After breakfast a stroll along the long sandy beach was a favourite pastime of ours. The mega resort hotels like the Radisson are 100 yards up the beach which are nice for lunch and a drink or even a cheeky dip in their pools. However we prefered the privacy and tranquility of the Flamingos small pool to while away the afternoon and the staff are happy to bring you a cold beer poolside.

We spent three very happy nights here and took dinner twice at the hotels restaurant. Although it was quiet, in fact we were the only people dining , it was a wonderfully romantic experience. Our excellent and attentive waiter Rasheed helped recommend wines and the food was superbly prepared an cooked by the chef just for us! The whole experience was like having our own chef and butler in a private villa.

The Flamingo beach provided one of the most charming hotel stays we have ever experienced. Like the ancient lotus eating Greek's of legend we didn't want to leave the place! Don't expect the mega glitz of the Radisson and other similar hotels but do enoy the wonderful relaxed atmosphere and personal feel that this hotel and staff has to offer. Oh and did we mention its amazingly inexpensive to stay here(including the best priced beer on the island). What's not to love?

We wish Nabil and Hela all the best for the future and look forward to staying with them again. In our ratings they are a five star establishment!

  • Stayed: April 2008, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank flystyle
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Reviewed 6 April 2008

The rooms were comfortable and extremely well maintained. Lots of large windows, balconies, and open space all around the interior of the complex. Dining facilities and food are excellent. And most of all, the staff was professional and hospitable. An iron and an American electricity adapter were provided immediately upon request.

An overall excellent place to stay in Djerba and probably the best value on the island.

  • Stayed: March 2008
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1  Thank aahmad6
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