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3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

It was our first time at hotel Anais Hammamet and it was superb! I came with my mother and my little brother, we had a lovely room with a garden view; it was clean and spacious! The hotel staff were friendly and helpful! We really had an amazing time! I want to thank all of the personnel there for their good manners which made our stay plleasant. We went out almost everyday, Hammamet really is a beutiful city and fit is calm. Tunisian peaple are friendly and I was surprised because most of them spoke English well! The hotel is great,the weather was hot and we will come back next year but this time with more friends!

I was in Hammamet,Tunisia at hotel Anais with my wife. We arrived June the 13th at 03 pm, we immediately got the key for our room which was really clean and had a great garden view, the reception staff were kind and friendly! The beach was not far away, ten minutes walk from the hotel, it was clean and nice. The food,we liked the Tunisian plates although it was a bit spicy for us! We did not like the beverages, it was really bad! As for the rest it was perfect! The weather was amazing,sunny and hot! We enjoyed our time in the beach. The animation team was fun, they were friendly,talked to everybody, my wife had a nice butterfly tattoo! The hotel staff were really friendly and helpful. I will definitely go back to this hotel but this time with friends!

My daughter and I are just back from a one-week stay in Anaïs (Zenith) and we had a wonderful time. Three beds in our spacious double room (one we used as sofa) with air conditioning (so one can close the windows to sleep through the train noise 1x per hour, starting at 6). We loved the "no view"-side of the hotel, because this was faced North and absolutely sunless, which is nice when temperatures are around 30 Celsius all day and you use your room mainly for sleeping. Clean swimmingpools, great food (besides the standard buffet, Tunesian specialties like Brik-à-l'oeuf are made individually), great service. It's a 3 minutes walk to the sea. We went to Tunis (by taxi to Nabeul and from there by louage to the capital: total costs 11 dinars = 7 euros for 2 persons). We also took the bus to Nabeul: 0,45 dinar per person. We were there during Ramadan: public transport is less frequent than normally, and most cafés are closed at daytime. And yes: one day the water was closed off for about an hour, for us this was just a sign that we're in Africa. It's a nice place for people who want to relax in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Lean from the mistakes of others: do not stay in this hotel. First, it's 10 minutes' taxi ride from the centre of the town. OK, many hotels in Hammamet are outside the town centre, but there is nothing -NOTHING- to do in the immediate area of the Anais. We booked a double room but were given a triple, hotel staff couldn't say if we would get the room type we had paid for. Asking 3 times at reception in 3 different languages, no-one even looked on the computer booking system to check if/when a different room might become available. Room overlooked car park with train tracks beyond, not garden/pool as advertised, ideal for not sleeping really. The jewel in their crown: on arrival the bathroom had no running water so we couldn't have a wash or worse, as we discovered, flush the toilet! No flushing toilets? In a 3 star hotel?! That alone should ensure you never stay here. I’ve never before written to any website with a review but Anais moved me. It's also called Le Zenith, though Le Nadir would seem to be more appropriate. Overall, don't even consider it, this hotel was so bad we moved without evening staying one night. Expensive perhaps, but why stay somewhere you dread to go back to? We went for a holiday, not a boot camp, so were very disappointed. Urgh.

Très bon hotel directeur et monsieur zouher a la disposition des voyageur Nourriture saine et abondante Tout est frais les pizzas son a mourir tellement bonnes Les desserts il y en a pour tous les gouts Chambre nickel propre bien agencée séjour de rêve j'y retournerai sa c'est sur La plage a 5 minutes une belge

Hotel référence sur 3 noms différent anais zénith et kinza mais c est le même hotel. Les chambres sont sal le personnel peu souriant et pas poli du tout L ascenseur est toujours en panne Hotel ouvert au locaux pour leur permettre de consommer de l alcool et faire des histoires La sécurité est mauvaise passe leur temps a draguer et dormir Les piscine sont bien et le jardin est propre La boutique, personnel convivial Éviter de parler avec les enfant du patron car il se prennent pour les roi du pétrole se croient tout permis.... Bref à éviter

Hôtel sale,personnel désagréable,la restauration est plus que médiocre,ascenseur tjs en panne,faire attention à ses affaires car beaucoup de vol Plus jamais le zénith anais ou je ne sais quoi c la même Si vous êtes européenn vous aurez de la considération sinon bonne chance

Attention c est de l'arnaque ! Sur le site ils mettent des photos qui n ont rien à voir avec la vrai situation de l'hôtel ! Les chambre sont trop sales,la salle de bain laisse tomber j ai pas fait mes besoins pendant mon séjour! Le buffet,alors la, le pire que j ai vu de ma vie! Revenant aux photos, y a pas une salle de sport,la discothèque est privée et pas vrai que ça fait parti de l'hôtel,pas de plage privée,les toboggans qu'on voit sur les photos sont d un autre hôtel mdr! C est vrai que c est pas cher mais y a un minimum à respecter!!! Je conseille pas les gens d y aller! Payez un peu plus cher pour autre chose c est mieux que regretter vos vacances et surtout les rater

Bon rapport qualité/prix, le personnel est super gentil et une excellente équipe d'animation. L'hotel est propre, la nourriture est bonne surtout le petit dej, toujours de la musique! Les chambres sont correctes, n'oubliez pas que c'est un trois étoiles en Tunisie, les femmes de chambres sont gentilles et souriantes. Pour conclure le club anaïs zénith kinza est un bon hôtel rapport qualité prix! Nous le recommandons beaucoup plus a une population jeune d'esprit !

Mes amis et moi, nous avons passé un séjour agréable à l'hotel Anais Hammamet. Les chambres étaient propre avec vu mer et et jardin. Les femmes de chambre étaient toujours souriantes et gentilles, le ménage était presque tout les jours. L'acceuil était aussi magnifique, le personnel de la réception était gentil et ils nous ont aidé beacoup puisque c'était notre première fois en Tunisie. La nourriture était bonne, les serveurs étaient gentils. L'animation trés bonne, faisant participer sans forcer! Il faisait beau tout les jours alors nous avons bien profité de la mer et du soleil!

BP 224 Hammamet Nord Hammamet

Hotel highlights

  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Nightclub
  • Outdoor pool and indoor pool

Located within a mile (2 km) of Omar Khayam Beach, Anais is within 3 miles (5 km) of Bel Azur Beach. This 3-star hotel welcomes guests with 320 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, an indoor pool, and free self parking. Hammamet Beach and Hammamet Fort are also nearby.


Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge.


Anais's 320 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies and phones. For entertainment, guests can enjoy satellite TV. Rooms also include hair dryers.

Property features

Anais features a nightclub, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. There's free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a children's pool, a fitness center, and a sauna.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

71.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 17 reviews