The Residence Tunis
This luxurious beach resort resembles Andalusian architecture with large halls and domed ceilings. Ideal for families, couples or golfing groups, the world class spa, 18 hole golf course and numerous dining options will provide an unforgettable golf holiday.
Tunisia is fast becoming a popular golfing destination and the onsite golf course at The Residence is a real gem. The Robert Trent Jones II design is set between the sea and a salt lake, creating a wonderful array of holes that meander through changing scenery. This is one of the most beautiful courses in the Mediterranean.
This property is one of the ‘Leading Hotels of the World’. There is a very personal feel about this hotel, with only 155 rooms and 9 suites. Choose between stunning garden view or pool view rooms and suites with amenities including air conditioning, LCD TV, Wi-Fi, mini bar, personal safe and 24 hour in-room dining.
Restaurant & Bars
There are 7 dining options onsite: L’Olivier is the main restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine. You can also sample Chinese food at Li Bai and local Tunisian food at El Dar. There is a wide range of pool snacks available at Zembra for those who wish to dine by the pool.
Spa & Leisure
Partnered with ESPA, these world class facilities were inspired by the ancient Roman thermal baths. The 3,500 sqm Spa & Thalasso is one of the finest in the Mediterranean.
There are 18 treatment rooms, an oriental hammams, a sauna, and two patios for relaxation before or after treatments.
This resort is only 20 minutes’ drive from Tunis International Airport. Enfidha International Airport is only 1 hour 20 minutes’ drive away which has numerous flights from the UK daily.
On Site Activities
There are numerous onsite activities to keep you occupied on non-golfing days – the 1,500 sqm outdoor pool is the largest hotel pool in Tunisia which is heated during winter months. There is also an indoor seawater pool. If you are travelling with children then the Dolphin Club for Kids has entertainment for children aged 3-12 years old.
One of the most highly rated attractions in Tunis is the Bardo Museum. This is dominated by huge mosaics, statues, figurines and other remains. The exhibits come from all over Tunisia, some of which date back to the 13th century.
If you are into your history then look no further than Carthage – this city is very religious and has Roman remains dating back to when they ruled their north African empire.
Book your break at The Residence Tunis
If you’re looking for a golf resort located in one of the most historical towns in the Mediterranean, look no further than The Residence Tunis. With an 18 hole golf course, 7 dining options, and a world class spa onsite; you’ll have a holiday of a lifetime.