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TAMERZA PALACE was seen in :




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-Figaro Magazine - March 2010

-Directsoir - 19 March 2010

-4 Saisons - Switzerland - December 2009

-Financial Times (UK), History’s mark on Tunisia, by John Julius Norwich, November 6th 2009

-Magazine FHM - July 2009 - P. 96 - The crazyest swimming pools of the world.

-Travel Inside - Switzerland - June 2009

-Genève Tribune - Switzerland - June 2009

-Echo Magazine - Switzerland - May 2009 - Bernard Plader
 Se remettre en forme en Tunisie

-Fly ‘on – April 2009

-Exclusif – Suisse – April 2009 – Odile Koehn
 "Retreat Spas"

-Le Nouvelliste – Switzerland, April 6th, 2009
 Spas de Rêve : des Berbères aux Romains  (Dream Spas : From the Berbers to the Romans)

-ID Déco Maison – Art de Vivre – Tunisia, March 2009, p. 40 à 42
 Les Bains Berbères  (The Berber Baths)

-Figaro Magazine – Provence/Côte D’Azur – March 2009
 Tamerza : Une Oasis de Bien-être  (Tamerza : A well being Oases)

-Le Pichon Voyageur, Clip sur le Sud Tunisien – France/Suisse, March 2009

-The Standard (Der Standard) Austria, Ferbruary 2009

-Tourismag – Tunisia, January 2009
 SPA «Bains Berbères » à Tamerza Palace: un hymne au bien être à la lisière du désert
 Tamerza Palace’s Berber Baths Spa: An ode to well being at the gates of the desert

-VOLTA AO MUNDO - November 2007

-Wanderlust Magazine - October 2007

-People (U.K.) - June 1st 2007

-Archibat - June 2007

-ELLE Québec - May 2004 (Pages 256 to 260)

-The Evening standard (U.K.) - March 8th 2004

-Condé Nast Traveller (U.K.) - February 2004

-Blue Travel - November 2003

-ELLE (Allemagne) - October 1999

-TOUR HEBDO - September/October 1997

-FRANKFURTER RUNDSCHAU - May 10th 1997

-ELLE DECORATION (U.K.) - January/February 1993



They wrote:




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Figaro Magazine - Edition of the 6th of october 2007
« C'est là , parfaitement inséré dans le paysage, que s'ancre à la roche le Tamerza Palace, 4 étoiles. Un hôtel de charme qui veille sur le vieux village endormi de Tamerza, longé par l'im­posant ravin de l'oued asséché. Matières, formes, couleurs : tout se veut en harmonie avec la nature dans cet endroit dédié à la sérénité... »


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Air Canada Enroute Magazine – July 2007
« Avec ses chambres aux allures de harem qui dominent le vieux village, le Tamerza Palace pousse l’idée d’oasis un cran plus loin. »




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EL MUNDO - Supplément Voyage N°65, June 2007
« La noche llega a Tamerza y ofrece el gratificante sacrificio de su cielo inundado por las estrellas... Tamerza Palace es hoy un hotel de encanto que se levanta frente a las ruinas de la vieja ciudad y un ir y venir de sombras furtivas en la oscuridad. Recibio un premio por su integracion en el entorno... »




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WASHINGTON REPORT - October 2006
« Inside the hotel, a love of local culture is on display. Large, brightly colored and boldly patterned Berber rugs decorate the common areas, and ceramics by area artisans and oil paintings of regional subjects grace the walls. The hotel’s rooms are clean, handsome and simple; their biggest asset is the view. The pool is spacious, the bar inviting, and the buffet-style food is good. The highlight is leaning on the rail that overlooks the ancient, abandoned city of Tamerza framed by date palms. As late afternoon turns to evening and the ruins are slowly gilded, the breezes waft up the hill the plaintive songs of doves and the bells and bleating of goats being herded home. »




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LE FIGARO Magazine (spécial tourisme) - October 1998
« Nos coups de coeur de la mer à la lune. »
« Les amateurs d'intimité préfèreront le Tamerza Palace de Tamerza. »





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LE FIGARO Magazine (spécial tourisme) - October 1998
« Perfect Shangri-la : the Tamerza Palace in the desert is one of most luxurious hotels in Tunisia. The architecture of the Tamerza Palace blends perfectly with the crumbling desert mountains against which it is set. It sits dramatically above the abandoned village and oasis of Tamerza. The interior is a masterpiece of simple design, well suited to the barrenness of the desert, which sprawls beyond its walls. The hotel is attracting discerning travelers. »




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MARIE CLAIRE AUSTRALIA - July 1998
« ...the serene Hotel Tamerza Palace was a welcome retreat, its Arabic-French architecture rising out of the dusty foothills of the Atlas Mountains. A shimmering swimming pool and cool white-washed rooms overlooked a wadi (mostly dry riverbed), oasis and an abandoned village. Prime ministers, royalty and the jet set are among the regulars. »