Mövenpick to Open Fourth Luxury Hotel in Tunisia

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts is set to open its fourth luxury hotel in Tunisia with the take over of a property in the coastal city of Sfax.

The Swiss hospitality firm has signed an agreement with Société Touristique du Sud to manage the Plaza Sfax & Spa Hotel, an upscale property in the city center on Rue Khalid Ibn Walid, close to the historic Medina, a short walk from the largest convention center, Sfax International Fair, and approximately six miles from Sfax-Thyna Airport.

When the hotel launches as Mövenpick Hotel Sfax later this year, it will mark the Swiss hospitality firm’s fourth property in Tunisia.


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The 89-key hotel, which spans nine floors, has contemporary architecture and a modern interior design concept inspired by nature, with open spaces and neutral colors creating.

Facility highlights will include a spa, swimming pool and gym, as well as a ballroom and six meeting rooms, while three upmarket dining options will include an all-day dining venue, a specialty rooftop restaurant with panoramic city and coastal views and a lobby lounge.

Mövenpick also operates the Mövenpick Hotel du Lac Tunis, which opened earlier this year, as well as Mövenpick Resort & Marine Spa Sousse and Mövenpick Hotel Gammarth Tunis.

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