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Hotel in Hammamet to Rebrand as a Park Inn

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Rezidor has signed a new Park Inn hotel in Tunisia.

The existing Hotel Riu Park El Kebir will be re-branded as the Park Inn Hammamet and is scheduled to open in Q2 2012 following a full renovation.

It will be Rezidors third hotel in the country the group is already operating the Park Inn Ulysse Resort & Thalasso and the Radisson Blu Resort & Thalasso in Djerba.

Besides 273 guest rooms and suites the Park Inn Hammamet will also offer 63 villas making it an ideal destination for families or friends travelling together.

The new Park Inn Hammamet will feature 300 metres of beachfront, 4 outdoor- and 1 indoor swimming pools. Further leisure offers will comprise 4 tennis courts, 2 kids clubs and an extensive Thalasso Spa. 4 restaurants including a Tunisian speciality restaurant will pamper every palate, and 3 bars will be the perfect spots for a drink in a relaxed atmosphere.

Business guests will benefit from 600 square metres meeting space and a ballroom with 500 square metres.

We are delighted to further strengthen our presence in Tunisia and to come to Hammamet one of North Africas first and most popular resort destinations, said Kurt Ritter, President & CEO of Rezidor. It is a pleasure for us to start our cooperation with the CARTE insurance group which owns the new hotel, and we look forward to further joint projects.

Hammamet is located at the Mediterranean cost, just 60 kilometres away from the capital city Tunis.

Tunisia is one of the top destinations along the North African Mediterranean cost. The country is blessed with year round mild climate, beautiful beaches, distinct cultures and unique landscapes ranging from lush forests to the sands of the Sahara.

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