Hasdrubal Thalassa & Spa is one of the most well-known hotel chains in Tunisia. One of the distinctive features of the hotels is thalassotherapy centers which offer a wide range of courses and treatments and stand out with excellent service and sympathetic and friendly attitude towards the guests.
It’s a prestigious hotel for people with a taste. It’s recommended for a calm stay and taking thalassotherapy courses. There’s a thalasso center in the hotel that offers a wide range of courses and treatments.
Hasdrubal Thalassa & SPA Djerba 5* has 210 rooms in total which are located in the main building. There are 2 bars and 4 restaurants, 3 swimming pools (an outdoor pool, a children’s pool and a heated indoor seawater pool in thalasso center ($)), a thalasso center ($), a fitness room ($), a tennis court. For travelers who want to blend work and vacation, there is a conference room ($). Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, including rooms.
The hotel is situated on the 1st coastline and has a private sandy gently sloping beach.
Sun loungers, beach and pool umbrellas, mattresses and beach towels are provided free of charge.
There are three board types in the hotel: BB (breakfast with drinks), HB (breakfast with drinks, dinner without drinks) and FB (breakfast with drinks, lunch and dinner without drinks). Meals are served buffet style in the main restaurant Amilcar.
Chargeable restaurants include Le Neptune ($) – dietary food, Le Barca ($) – international and Tunisian cuisines, Le Barbecue beach restaurant ($).
In the bar Hasdrubar and the beach bar Le Beach Bar drinks are served for extra payment.
There are 2 Room Types: Standard Room, Sea Side View Room. Maximum occupancy is 3 people.
The basic equipment of a room = the equipment of a Standard Room:
In Tunisian hotels the Open Space service (serving the clients outdoors) is usually provided from 01/06 till 30/09. The actual schedule correlates with weather conditions.
The mandatory air conditioning period in Tunisia lasts from 15/06 to 15/09.
The hotel reserves the right to change the list and terms of provided services before the start of the season, and even during the season, in accordance with current circumstances if these circumstances don’t affect the conditions of tourists’ stay significantly.
According to the law of the Tunisian Republic which came into force on December 8, 2017, tourists traveling to Tunisia must pay a hotel tax on arrival to the hotel.
The tax is 3 TND per person per night in four- and five-star hotels, 2 TND per person per night in three-star hotels, and 1 TND per person per night in two-star hotels.
The maximum number of nights the tax can be charged is seven, so customers staying longer than seven nights will only be charged for the first seven nights of their stay. If tourists stay in a hotel for less than a week, they pay only for the actual number of nights.
Children under 12 are exempt from paying the tax. If a child turns 12 in the first week of a hotel stay, from that moment the tax is charged for the number of nights remaining till the end of that week.
Due to the situation in the world, additional sanitary and safety measures have been introduced, measures to protect guests and hotel employees have been implemented in Tunisia in accordance with local regulatory requirements. Special attention is paid to the compliance with hygiene standards and sanitary safety rules on all the way from arrival of tourists to their departure. Moreover, employees of tourist organizations and tourist accommodation facilities follow protocols on sanitary safety introduced by local authorities.
Certain hotel facilities and services may be unavailable or limited.
The island is a real paradise for fishermen and water sport lovers, it’s also a great place for beach holidays. Moreover, travelers can take thalassotherapy courses which are an easy way to recharge the batteries. Djerba boasts lots of Thalasso centers that offer a wide range of effective treatments.