Riad Dar Sabri: traditionnal stay in Tunisia• 28 mai, 2010 • Catégorie: 每天一酒店, 突尼斯 •
Sometimes, the term â€œpreciousâ€ gain forces facing the talents of some hotel manager that make their hotel establishments luxurious places, where elaborated fabrics hold with some sense of comfort and services. In Tunisia, in the town of Nabeul, known for its pottery and stone carvers, a riad shatters local standards. At Dar Sabri, guests are invited to a world tour of traditional and cultural skills of many countries. Renovated in 2009, the hotel has now a contemporary look.
At 37 miles from Tunis, along the Hammamet gulf coast, riad Dar Sabri is a nice alternative to all inclusive hotel, wich have been sprouting up this past years. Housed in the heart of the medina, after a deadlock, this riad present in the first place Tunisian Art, with the traditional tadelakt, or the stone of Dar ChaÃ¢bane El Fehri that frames the doors. Perfect mix between East and West style, the riad offers blown glasses by Tarek Kamoun, an artist trained in Murano.
The owner of the Riad Dar Sabri mixes with that same ease influences and styles from his dual heritage Belgian-Tunisian. Thus, the 4 suites displays bed linen hand-embroidered, made by Mariem Besbes, the one who created some exceptional shawls from Hermes. Chic to the smallest detail, the riad has appealed for partners such as Kenzo for tissus, Bang & Olufsen for flat screen, and TadÃ© for home vegetal products, like the well-known Aleppo soap.
Rates: From 130 â‚¬ to 200 â‚¬ per night (depending on rental period). For the entire Riad, starting from 500 â‚¬ to 700 â‚¬ per night.
More details: Soft drinks, tea and coffee are available to customers throughout the day. Infinity pool and steam room in the hotel. Want to leave with the decoration of the hotel? It’s simple, buy it!
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