Maldives and Tunisia – Restart serene and safe with The Residence Resorts

Maldives and Tunisia – Restart serene and safe with The Residence Resorts

Covid-19 Senza categoria Tunisia

The Residence by Cenizaro chain, owner of several luxury resorts in different heavenly destinations, has always been at the forefront of offering its guests safe and peaceful stay experiences

This is why, since the beginning of this emergency, he has prepared health precautions, scrupulously trained his staff and adopted specific prevention protocols

The following videos show the procedures adopted in our Maldives and Tunis resorts

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Pro-Am The Residence Tunis: 5-star golf and relaxation

Pro-Am The Residence Tunis: 5-star golf and relaxation


An event for professionals, or simple enthusiasts, which will start on October 31st 2019. The Pro-Am The Residence, now in its third edition, is certified by the French PGA, supported by Tunisair, Tunisia’s Tourist Board and sponsored by the Tunisian Golf Federation.

The charming golf course of The Residence Tunis, 5-star luxury hotel, hosts the third edition of the Pro-Am The Residence. The competition, which has managed to carve out an important space among golf enthusiasts, will start on October 31st and end on November 3rd 2019.

Certified by the French PGA, the event counts the collaboration of important Partners such as Tunisair (which offers direct flights from Italy, with only one hour and 50 minutes journey time), Tunisian Tourist Board and Tunisian Golf Federation.

A unique opportunity to experience the thrill of playing together with the best professional golfers in the world on a magnificent 18-hole golf, designed by the famous architect Robert Trent Jones Jr, one of the most beautiful in North Africa and to test their own competitive skills through a series of obstacles designed and skillfully distributed along the water paths between the contours of the salt lake.

Particular attention was paid to the layout of the route in order to respect the natural landscape, creating not only one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Mediterranean, but also one of the most environmentally friendly. The par 72, 6,451 meters long parcourse, ensures fun and competition for players of all levels, from simple enthusiasts to the greatest professionals.

After an exciting day of competitions, it will be possible to take refuge in the relaxing and luxurious atmosphere of The Spa & Thalasso, inspired by the evocative atmosphere of ancient Roman baths. The Spa & Thalasso (which covers an area of 3,500 square meters) is a true temple of well-being, has 18 massage rooms, an oriental hammam, a sauna and two terraces where you can enjoy the treatments. For maximum relaxation, a unique experience is to slip into the suggestive sea water swimming pool, covered by a majestic dome and surrounded by a lush garden. The Spa & Talasso offers beauty and wellness treatments exclusively designed for the Resort by Espa, a leading brand in the Spa sector, based on natural and purifying elements from Tunisia and the Mediterranean Sea.

Excitement goes beyond the green for non-golf guides who can embark on a cultural journey to discover the charming seaside town of Sidi Bou Saïd, the ruins and baths of Antoninus in Carthage, the beautiful La Medina of Tunis, a UNESCO heritage site , and the Bardo National Museum – the largest museum in North Africa.

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Educational At The Residence  Tunis by  Cenizaro for 7 Italian Tour Operators

Educational At The Residence Tunis by Cenizaro for 7 Italian Tour Operators


Seven italian representatives of the best  Tour Operators took part in the educational event held from 15 to 18 November at The Residence Tunis by Cenizaro.

At the resort of La Marsa, inspired by the architecture of the Arab-Andalusian heritage that dominates a stretch of inviolate beach, selected agents have been spend together some  days dedicated to the discovery of the luxurious hotel  that sees among its strengths a Spa Talasso cured by ESPA in the sign of holistic philosophy, and the “temple” of the 18-hole golf course designed by the “golf architect” Robert Trent Jones II.

Tunisia experience has recorded positive comments from the group that has directly experienced the quality of the offer, services, and the 155 rooms and 9 suites with luxurious and elegant furnishings that usually welcome guests in a relaxing atmosphere dominated by white and from honey and ivory shades. Among the pluses of the resort, the food & beverage offer includes 5 restaurants: L’Olivier, inspired by Mediterranean cuisine, Li Bai and its oriental  delicacies, Zembra for a quick snack by the pool, El Dar inspired by authentic Tunisian flavors , and the Le Salon lounge bar.

The program has not missed the attention to the evocative landscapes of the area and the cultural offer of this region thanks to the visit to the Museum of Carthage and the seaside village of Sidi Bou Said with its characteristic white buildings decorated with portals, windows and verandas blue. Once a quiet fishing village, this enchanting corner of Tunisia owes its international fame to the English baron Rodolphe d’Erlanger, who settled there in 1912 and built a sumptuous palace known all over the world. An absolutely popular stop that has allowed the discovery of a slice of quiet everyday life, the visit to the Tunis medina, inserted in the Unesco heritage, full of characteristic cafés and shops, where the Tunisians love spending their free time and shopping.

The Educational was realized thanks to the precious collaboration of Tunisair, the flag carrier present in Italy since 1949, and that in 2019 will celebrate its 70th anniversary in Italy.

Today the company operates from 7 Italian airports: Rome, Milan, Verona, Venice, Bologna, Naples and Palermo (in the latter two cities through the Tunisair Express branch), offering about forty weekly flights to Tunis during the year and Djerba and Monastir in the summer.

In addition to the Tunisia offer, Tunisair is increasingly moving towards the use of Tunis airport as an ideal hub to connect Europe with West Africa, and that is why the African network will be increasingly developed for the next few years where we plan to open at least two new African routes a year.