016 950 989 - Sales ( 8am - 11pm)
016 950 980 - Customer Service ( 8am - 6pm)

Clear filters

Filter by:

  • CAR Bonded
  • €20 Deposit Book your hotel now, pay for it later
  • Flexible Payments Enjoy the flexibility of paying instalments
  • Lowest Price Guarantee Save on the hotel and spend more on holiday

Hammamet Hotels and Apartments

Great deals on hotels in Hammamet - Best price Guaranteed - €20 Deposit and flexible payment options.

View on map
All room rates are pppn based on 2 adults sharing

Accommodation in Hammamet

As the most popular tourist destination of Tunisia, you can be sure of finding all kinds of accommodation in Hammamet. The purpose built resort is lined with various hotels suitable for families and friends alike and also of all budgets. Hammamet holiday is perfect if you are looking for beach holidays without digging a hole in your pocket. You can find all-inclusive hotels in Hammamet around Rue de la Corniche, Rue Assad Ibn Fourat, Avenue Hedi Nouira, Tourist route, Rue de la Paix, Avenue Moncef Bey. These localities will surprise you with its options as you can find deals for luxury Hammamet hotels for as cheap as between £20 to £50 a night here. Hotels are more popular here as they offer all the facilities at such cheap rates and there are very few apartments around.

Hammamet Overview

Hammamet is a beach resort town located on the northeast coast of the African nation of Tunisia. It is also the 1st tourist destination of Tunisia and was totally redone to cater to the holiday market. What was once a sleepy fishing village, is now a bustling resort with top class hotels. The availability of cheap flights and hotels in Hammamet and really economically accommodation has made it one of the leading holiday destination in Africa. The aroma of Jasmine welcomes you to the resort and you can find jasmine plantations, citrus trees and olive groves at various places. As such it is also called the “Garden Resort” and you can jasmine souvenirs in all shops.

Where to Stay on your Hammamet Holiday

The hotels in Hammamet offer not just a stay but an experience to remember with top-class facilities clubbed with excellent services. Most of the hotels in Hammamet are quiet grand and look like Arabian palaces straight out of fairy tale. If you are looking for really cheap hotels in Hammamet, you can find in Av Habib Bourguiba, Rue akaba Hammamet, Avenue Bettina Craxi and Tourist road. You can also find many hotels right on the white sandy beach and enjoy breathtaking sea-views right from your room. There are multiple chain hotels in Hammamet like the Radisson Blu, Golden Tulip, Sentido, Iberostar, Sol, etc. that offer perfect accommodation whether you are visiting for business or leisure.

Things to See and Do in Hammamet

There are plenty of things to do even in the newly built resort town of Hammamet. The vast stretches of white sand beach which meets the shiny blue ocean with crystal clear waters is the biggest attraction here. You can either just relax or indulge in all kinds of water sports.

You can also visit the Funwater Hammamet and Aqua Land water parks and Carthageland Hammamet amusement park. There are multiple day tours that depart daily that will take you around the other attractions in and around Hammamet like the archeological sites of Pupput and Carthageland, Hammamet Pirate Ship at Port Yasmine and the gorgeously landscaped gardens. Great Mosque Square, Touristenamt Hammamet and Kasbah museum are great places to hang out too as you can find shops, food and drinks nearby with breathtaking sea views.

Nightlife in Hammamet

There are plenty of nightclubs in Hammamet for you to make the most of your Hammamet holiday. The town centre has more varied options like Golden bar, O Pub, Skybar, Disco Galaxy, White Club, etc. These bars are open all week and till as late as 4 in the morning. There are few other clubs located in the town’s outskirts like El Pacha Club, Latino and Billions club.

The beach town of Hammamet offers a wide array of bars scattered all around the region. You can find all kinds of bars here- from chic lounges to sports bar, Tapas bar to 60’s themed pub, etc. Cozy bar, Yasmine, Pupput le bar, Byblos, Havana, Breeze on pool, Monkey bar, Goa Private beach, Bolivar, are the best bars here that are known for great ambience and menu. The hotels in Hammamet also offer one or more bars onsite where you can enjoy amazing cocktails.

Food options in Hammamet

The Tunisian cuisine is a blend of Mediterranean and desert cuisine and a lot influenced by the civilizations that flourished here. You will find Italian, British, French, Indian, Spanish, Turkish and various cuisines here. The food preparation involves a lot of use of olive oil, spices, tomatoes, seafood and meat. The traditional food is quiet spicy thanks to the sauces and gravies. Lamb and chicken are the most widely used meats. Couscous which is the national dish of Tunisia, Brik, Tajin, shorba, slata, marqua, rishta, samsa, kifta, kaak, merguez and Shakshouka which is a Tunisian version of ratatouille, are some of the must try dishes on your Hammamet holiday. The town centre is bustling with various restaurants and smaller eateries where you can try these delights.

Shopping in Hammamet

Hammamet offers a decent shopping experience as you can find casual as well as luxury items here. There are various showrooms and markets here located all around the town with maximum in the city centre, selling shoes, phones, carpets, games, seafood, fruits, vegetables, clothing, pastry, coffee, etc. Corniche St, Taleb El Ezzabi St, Stade St, Route Touristique, Boulevard Ibn el Fourat, El Kharrouba St and Blvd El Medina are the main shopping hubs here. You can’t miss a visit to the Medina of Hammamet which is a replica of the traditional souks and sells amazing crafts, pottery and souvenirs apart from regular items. If you are looking for more, visit the Nabeul Friday market located just 15 minutes away or the Medina in Nabeul which is larger than Hammamet.

Fast Facts about Hammamet

  • Currency: Tunisian Dinar
  • Language: Arabic
  • Nearest Airport: EnfidhaHammamet International Airport
  • Direct Flight time from Dublin to Hammamet: No Direct flight between Dublin and Hammamet, 5 hours 30 minutes connecting flight including 1 hour stop over at Paris.
  • Transfer time from airport to Hammamet: 40 minutes
  • Time difference between Dublin and Hammamet: No time difference



Average Temperature (°C) is unavailable

Average Rainfall (mm) is unavailable

Hammamet Reviews

Please enter your name
Please enter your location
Please enter your email address
Please select a rating
Please enter a review title
Please enter a review description
Please enter what you liked best
Please select a traveller type
10/10 Amazing

16 May 2018

I Love Hammamet

Brilliant City

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Beach

10/10 Amazing

24 October 2013


We love Hammamet!

9/10 Fantastic

25 March 2018

Loverly beach and prom

Have visited yasmine hammamet on a nuber of holidays. The beach go's on for miles with plenty of beach bars and restaurants the prom is a loverly walk into the marina wich really is quite loverly with more restaurants which you can just stop in for a drink .there are some very big cloths shops such as the Costa mall, and Joys where lots of presents for home can be bought

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Marina

9/10 Fantastic

23 March 2018

Family hols

This really is the place for a family or couple. It caters for all ages lots for kids great beach and cartage land is for all ages H

The best thing about my stay was ...


8/10 Great

15 June 2013


A great area to use as a base for sightseeing. Taxi`s are numerous and cheap

The best thing about my stay was ...


8/10 Great

29 January 2012



The best thing about my stay was ...


8/10 Great

11 May 2012

quaint and relatively unspoilt

not such a touristy hotspot like Sousse,so remains relatively unspoilt and it is still possible to appreciate how the locals live and survive whilst also enjoying the benefits of being able to sightsee and soak up some sun

The best thing about my stay was ...

friendly locals peaceful sunshine haven

8/10 Great

19 July 2012


Busy tourist area, many hotels and restaurents ...taxis cheap and metered...everyone friendly, retailers rather pushy...so decided a price you wish to pay and barter...good fun...especially if you start to go lower from you final price they will accept it... Medina is a must to visit...so is Nabuel Market on a Friday morning....keep your valuables close to you at all times tho...treat locals with respect and it will be reciprocated...

The best thing about my stay was ...

perfect holiday destination..

8/10 Great

13 May 2012


Despite the Revolutions of last year this place is well worth checking out. The hotel prices are very good and the weather...no need to ask. There are great nights out to be had there especially at the Latino Club or once known as the British Bar. The locals are friendly and there always the little Tuc Tuc for mammies and daddies and kids alike...and the choo choo trains that run around Hammamet through the day. The Madina and Jasmine are great for browsing around and there so much to do to explore whether thats camel rides or horseriding on the beach or heading off to the Sahara desert. Take you pick. Check it out. Youre sure to have fun or discover a new culture or both.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Weather and the beach.

6/10 Good

20 May 2011



The best thing about my stay was ...


6/10 Good

10 September 2013

beautiful city

beautiful city and very gents challeureux

6/10 Good

19 August 2013

The destination was OK, taxis readilly available to take you to other parts of the city.

The beach and the spa were great.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The weather

6/10 Good

15 November 2010

shops and more

ccheapity cheap shopping and a lot of shops mostly down a main street

The best thing about my stay was ...

good weather in november wowwww and of course the shopping

6/10 Good

29 October 2010

4/10 Average

06 October 2013

Nothing special

Shopkeepers need to back off as they are constantly pestering u and won't do tourist trade any good

The best thing about my stay was ...


4/10 Average

09 October 2013

nice beach

Only one good think over there is beach,nothing else.

4/10 Average

27 August 2013


did not like hammamet. hardly any places to visit and shops were sparse and very few resturants.

4/10 Average

22 July 2013

Disappointed - El Kantoui nicer

Smells due to horse carriages, element of hassle, same shop after same shop, marina nice but resort suffers due to all inclusive hotels. Continual haggling for prices and taxis. You cant help but feel ripped off.

2/10 Okay

09 October 2013

Not a great resort

Dirty, smelly, un-kept. Wouldn't go to this resort again.

The best thing about my stay was ...


2/10 Okay

28 July 2011

Horrible (23rd July 2011)

They is only a few words to say about the resort it's self is that it was dirty, and horrible.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Beaches and the Sun