Tataouine Hotels

  • The Swimming Pool

    Hotel Dakyanus

    The Dakyanus Hotel is named after the sovereign 'Dakyanus', who ruled over the lands that witnessed the awakening of the famous seven sleepers. The hotel opened in 1997 and is located on the new touristic route and a mere 110km's away from the Djerba International Airport. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful gardens and neighboring oasis'. The hotel features 100 ro ...oms with panoramic views of the oasis and some also overlook the swimming pool. Enjoy three different restaurants as the chefs prepare exquisite Tunisian and International Cuisine. The hotel provides a Semi-Olympic swimming pool for the guests to enjoy, along with a games room, children’s facilities, shops and various sports facilities. Guests can enjoy the excellent Tunisian hospitality, the great dining options and various amenities to make their stay at the Dakyanus Hotel memorable at the least. Show More
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  • Sangho Privilege Hotel

    Sangho Privilege

    The Sangho Privilege is a haven for adventurers touring the fortified granaries of the Ksour. The four-star Sangho Tataouine is an architectural gem. A complex of 62 stone bungalows of the local rough red brown stone follow the contours of the hill side on which they are built. The lush gardens along the winding stone paths attract rare desert birds. There is a side c ...ourtyard with a fireplace and traditional goat hair tent for evenings under the piercing stars which penetrate the black desert sky. Show More
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