Contemporary Arabesque architecture and design details including mashrabiya latticework screens reflect both the Hotel’s proximity to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and its easy access to the city. Spilling down toward the sea is a palatial complex of white buildings connected via arched walkways and surrounded by pools, fountains and gardens beneath swaying palms before giving way to a sandy beach edging the Mediterranean beneath a bright blue sky. Public areas are designed in an open concept to capture gentle sea breezes, while guest rooms and suites open to either garden or sea views.
Be among the first to experience the new Four Seasons Hotel Tunis: An Introductory Offer featuring 20 percent savings on all room categories is available through March 2018, while the Stay Longer promotion invites business travellers and weekenders to enjoy an extra day in Tunis with complements of Four Seasons when booking two consecutive paid nights in a suite.
While the 550 square metre (5,920 square foot) Presidential Suite with its enormous tiered terrace featuring a private pool for families and entertaining may be the Hotel’s most prestigious accommodation, the three Mediterranean Suites are equally appealing. Each boasts a large living and dining area serviced by a butler’s pantry, a private office, and sumptuous master bedroom opening onto a furnished terrace overlooking the sea. In all, 203 guest accommodations including 35 suites – Tunisia’s largest, and all with terraces or balconies – offer myriad options whether travelling alone on business, enjoying a romantic getaway or bringing the entire family for a seaside holiday.
Seaside Spa and Leisure
The Hotel’s lavish Spa is inspired by the country’s historic sites and traditions, with many of the 11 treatment rooms opening to terraces with sea views. The VIP Suite is the ultimate indulgence for one or two guests, with twin massage beds, a rain shower, bathtub and private terrace relaxation area. Among cutting-edge therapies and soothing treatments, Spa Manager Pierre Habert recommends a hammam ritual after a day shopping in the Medina’s souks.
The striking indoor-outdoor lap pool, is surrounded by columns and shimmering with mosaic tiles, while the outdoor pool’s central location overlooking the sea makes it one of the best places to enjoy a sunset cocktail. There’s also a fully equipped fitness centre with steam rooms and sauna, and separate men’s and women’s lounges, and two tennis courts.
For many visitors, the region’s ancient wonders are reason enough to visit. Guests of Four Seasons will also enjoy easy access to commercial and business districts, shopping in traditional souks or along the Parisian-style Avenue Habib Bourguiba, exploring the extensive Bardo National Museum, and spending days on playing golf or boating. The Concierge team is also happy to recommend dining options among the city’s many seaside restaurants.