ClubHotel Riu Marco Polo

Other hotels get pool envy when they see the size of this one – it’s got a huge sun terrace and a swim-up bar, too.

A sandy beach lines up alongside this hotel, so you’re just footsteps away from the sea. Speaking of water, there’s a massive pool. It features a huge sun terrace and in-pool loungers, plus there’s a swim-up bar for drinks.

The hotel comes with a buffet restaurant and a pair of speciality places – and activities like aqua aerobics and boules help you work up an appetite. Evenings are all about relaxing in front of shows and dance groups.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get


All meals. Snacks. Coffee and cakes.


Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks until 01.00 in summer, or 24.00 in winter.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

The huge pool comes with a wraparound sun terrace aligned with sunbeds and parasols, plus there's a swim-up pool bar too. Pool towels are available at a deposit.

RiuLand Kids' Club

These hotel-run kids' clubs are suitable for 4 to 7 and 8 to 12 years. They're an ideal place to make new friends.

Buffet restaurant

You'll need to head for the buffet restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Themed buffets take place at least twice a week. Highchairs are available. Please be aware that gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers at mealtimes.

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twin room with sea view and balcony or terrace

These twin rooms come with whitewashed walls and complementary soft furnishings, plus a sea view and a balcony or terrace. Your room will also have an extra bed in the bedroom, and there's a mini-fridge* and air-conditioning.

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Lovely hotel

Lovely hotel, big spacious swimming pool with a swim up bar. Good food, plenty to choose from, spacious restaurant but had the same table each time we used the restaurant. Lovely big room, clean & fresh.More


Great Holiday Every Time!!

We have visited this hotel 6 times over the last 3 years and do not feel that there is a bad word to say about the hotel or any of the staff we have met over the years. Everyone is always so welcoming and it was great that staff remembered us from previous visits to riu marco polo. Fantastic swimming pool with swim up pool bar, Every room we have had has always been very spacious and cleaned each day to a high standard. Animation team always work very hard to keep guests entertained throughout the day and into the evening entertainment. Bar staff great at remembering drinks. The hotel Spa is a must to visit they have great deals on massage packages. Quad biking which we booked through the First Choice Rep in hotel reception a few times is great fun and well worth the money paid. We hope to return to Tunisia one day most likely for our 7th visit to the Riu marco polo :)More

Kelly B, 186338

A Heavy Heart........

It is genuinely with a heavy heart that I write this review,just heard the news that due to the recent attacks Riu is pulling out of Tunisia,its such a shame as we found it to be warm and friendly,and steeped in history. The hotel has the most fantastic staff,they cannot do enough for you,they remember where you like to sit and what you like to drink,a big smile welcomes you wherever you go in the hotel. I hope they all get to keep their jobs,I for one will be back to visit whoever owns it,but obviously it will be lost to the "Thomas Cook" crowd, a shame as most of the staff have worked there for years. The food was plentiful,and varied,cannot understand people who stay a week and run out of options,we were there a fortnight and never felt that the choice was samey. While we were there we took trips including riding camels,quad bikes twice,once to the site of a world war 2 tank battle,very emotive,with the war graves too.We also hired a driver to take us down to El Djem,the Roman Colosseum digitally remastered for the Arena scenes in Gladiator. This was a fantastic experience,we went down and saw the cells where the gladiators were kept,and where the lions etc were hoisted up into the arena,we really felt that we were seeing something special,it was well worth the 250 mile round trip to near the Libyan border,we still felt safe at all times. What has happened in Tunisia is a crying shame,a Few have ruined a nations economy which was set to flourish,rich in history,delicious food and warm friendly hospitable people,all the ingredients for a great tourist trade,i hope we will return as soon as we can.More

stuthegardener, 209011

Will not be disappointed!

Having been to Tunisia (monistir) before I hated it, then I was talked into going again by my parents as they had stayed here numerous times. I was not disappointed. The hotel is amazing!! Extremely clean, the staff are friendly and the food is amazing. There is plenty to do and you feel safe if you want to wonder off out of the hotel. I can't wait until it settles down again so we can go back! Worth the money and more!!!More


great food

this is a very good hotel massive pool its on the beach the room are clean and comfortable and the food was delicious was looking forward to rebooking before all the nut jobs started killing people just like to say good luck to all the hardworking staff you deserve better.More


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