It was good to be back to Tunisia (previous trip here) this time to experience it during the Summer.
I made sure to get another dose of Old medina, Jam3 zeituna, and Sidi bou Said with its cafés and blue doors.
The highlight of my stay this time was the Movenpick hotel who surely deserves its 5 stars rating and more. An attentiveness to the guests who are treated like kings and queens.
The hotel interiors reflect the Arabian mood and the Tunisian history and traditions. Make sure to catch their “happy hour” where the pastry chef shares his best bakes and chocolates. Unchanged: The hotel interiors reflect the Arabian mood and the Tunisian history and traditions. Make sure to catch their “happy hour” where the pastry chef shares his best bakes and chocolates.
The breakfast buffet is another story, like really worth waking up and spending hours there. Start by your own version of detox juice pressed freshly as you wish, go crazy in the mixes, nothing to loose. You can also try my recipe:
And some orange juice
As for the buffet offering well, you have to stretch that stomach! From international pastries to local delicacies, like sweet couscous is not to be missed.
Ok enough with food, let me tell what was the best part of the trip, the spa S per aqua. The spa itself hosts the gym with fitness classes, the indoor pool and most importantly the massages, facials and hamams. They use local as well cinq mondes products, but mostly the know how is what makes the experience exceptional.
I started with the tunisian hamam, which also included a hair mask. After that I moved to the waiting area, alert it is and the ladies there know it so they took the best shot!
And finally, the cherry on top was my massage time with facial also, after which I was so refreshed and the skin glow is another story.
Whether you are staying at the hotel or not, the spa is a must try.
Until very soon, Tunisia.