Africa Hotel Tunis

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

50 Av Habib Bourguiba Bp 73 1001 Tunis Cedex Tunis

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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
15%
11
Very Good
28%
20
Average
39%
27
Poor
8%
6
Terrible
7%
5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 68% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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    Excellent location

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    I choose this hotel because of its location and because it was a good priced 5-star. Its location is ideal as its located on the southern side of the main Ave Habib Bourguiba, the main tree-lined thorughfare that runs from the Medina to the port. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby and its only a 5 minute walk to the Medina in one direction and a 5 minute walk to the TGM station in order to take a train to Carthage in the other direction.

    The hotel itself has a nice lobby area with a bar and comfy seats. I arrived late after flying in from the UK but check-in was very quick and pleasant without any hassle. The room was very good with 2 single beds, 2 bedside tables, floor lamp, armchair, table, chair, desk/drawers, mini-bar, TV and some good views over the city as the hotel is one of the tallest buildings in the city. The bathroom was spotlessly clean with a WC, bidet, good shower/bath, hair dryer etc. The breakfast was plentiful but the hot dishes were mostly african/middle eastern along with breads, french pastries, yoghurts, juices etc. But the hotel lacks any extras such as a gym and a pool which one would expect from a 5 star hotel. I would call it a 4 star and a little bit more but not a western 5 star. I booked through hotelclub.com and got a good deal.

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Excellent location

by Willettsworld about Tunis - Africa

I choose this hotel because of its location and because it was a good priced 5-star. Its location is ideal as its located on the southern side of the main Ave Habib Bourguiba, the main tree-lined thorughfare that runs from the Medina to the port. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby and its only a 5 minute walk to the Medina in one direction and a 5 minute walk to the TGM station in order to take a train to Carthage in the other direction.

The hotel itself has a nice lobby area with a bar and comfy seats. I arrived late after flying in from the UK but check-in was very quick and pleasant without any hassle. The room was very good with 2 single beds, 2 bedside tables, floor lamp, armchair, table, chair, desk/drawers, mini-bar, TV and some good views over the city as the hotel is one of the tallest buildings in the city. The bathroom was spotlessly clean with a WC, bidet, good shower/bath, hair dryer etc. The breakfast was plentiful but the hot dishes were mostly african/middle eastern along with breads, french pastries, yoghurts, juices etc. But the hotel lacks any extras such as a gym and a pool which one would expect from a 5 star hotel. I would call it a 4 star and a little bit more but not a western 5 star. I booked through hotelclub.com and got a good deal.

Tunisia

by MikeAtSea

This North African country is mainly known for its beaches and holiday resorts. Few people venture and explore the magnificent historical sites that are scattered all over the country. Carthage, Utica and El Jem are great sites of historical importance. The city of Kairouan is an important centre for the Islamic world and picturesque Sidi Bou Said one of the most photographed towns in North Africa.
Tunis the countries capital is a modern city and home to the Bardo Museum that displays the largest collection of antique mosaics in the world.
Travel to and around the country is easy with good infrastructure, except to the South where the country meets the Sahara.
When visiting this North African country one should not miss the many interesting historical sites!

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Address: 50 Av Habib Bourguiba Bp 73 1001 Tunis Cedex Tunis