Satisfaction Very Good
Value Score No Data
Good For Couples
Four Seasons 1 & 2
The Four Seasons Hotel opened in 2006. I guess you'd call it a boutique hotel. It is small, but the rooms are very clean and comfortably furnished, with a TV, fridge and en-suite bathroom. There is a small restaurant on the fifth floor of Four Seasons 2, where breakfast is served. It is one of the better hotel breakfasts in Libya, and includes some very good omelettes.
One thing that can be confusing is the fact that it is divided into two similar-sized buildings separated by a distance of about 300 metres. Four Seasons 1 is the only one of the two with an internet room, but guests from Four Seasons 2 can also use it. 1 and 2 are of the same standard, but Four Seasons 1 is 10 LD per night more expensive because it has a slightly better location. Prices at Four Seasons2 range from 90 LD for a single room up to 180 LD for a family suite.
I enjoyed staying here much more than at the Funduq Al-Kebir. The staff at the privately-owned Four Seasons Hotel are friendlier, more helpful, faster and more efficient than the staff at the state-owned Funduq Al-Kebir. However, the Al-Kebir has a better location, as the Four Seasons is about a 15-minute walk south of Green Square and the Medina.
Directions: Four Seasons 1 is on Sharia Omar al-Mukhtar, while Four Seasons 2 is just round the corner.
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