Caribbean World Borj Cedria Tunis

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Zone Touristique BP 47, Borj Cedria, Tunis, 0205, Tunisia
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
12%
16
Very Good
21%
29
Average
14%
19
Poor
13%
18
Terrible
37%
50

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 30% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families35
  • Couples35
  • Solo33
  • Business25

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Cheap hotel

by tastom about Medi Sea

The Medi Sea is a cheap hotel in Borj Cedria, about 30 km east from Tunis. The cleanliness is limited, and I had 4 times a visit of a toad in my room. The food is good but without too many variations. This means, during a 2 weeks stay, you will get approximately 10 times the same things to eat. But you will get plenty of it, you won't starve!
The ocean is clean and warm and only a few footsteps away from your room, the beach is small but nice.
Since it is a quite cheap hotel, thera are many youg guests, especially from Eastern Europe, it can be quite noisy at night as the alcohol consumption is quite high Nice pools, small, but clean and tidy beach

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Forum Posts

Situation in Tunis

by Amermeftah

Hi, I'm a Malaysian living in Egypt. I'm planning to travel alone to Tunis, Kairouan and Sousse in January. With the current situation (demonstrations, civil unrest), is it safe to travel there?

Re: Situation in Tunis

by Ramonq

Tourists are being evacuated because of the civil unrest. The new president is currently having a difficult time controlling the situation, so this will take some time to pacify. Best not to go at the moment.

Travel Tips for Tunis

Tunis Tip

by maxovna

I was impressed by the Hall of Sculptures in Bardo museum. In the corner there is a statue of Jupiter, his one arm is raised upwards (taking energy from the Heaven), the other hand gives this energy to you. Hold his hand for a while and get some energy.

Packing List

by Cam_el

If you are leaving Tunis's area I recommend a backpack. They store easier on the bus and you don't have to fight with akward weight when you are walking. Take a pair of running shoes and sandles. The running shoes can be ones that can pass for decent shoes if you want to go out. Light coloured shirts. Some long sleeves are good if you will be in the sun for a while. Shorts are ok but not really recommended for cultural reasons. Ladies: bring long baggy skirts as well as pants. The skirts are a dream in really hot weather. Sunglasses, something for your head (you can also purchase fabric there and ask them how to wear it), Lots of underwear unless you enjoy washing by hand, and a thermal water bottle (to be filled with bottled water). Toiletpaper, sunscreen, bring your own sterile needles (the hospitals often just boil their needles in remote areas), bring your own medication in their original containers, diarrhea medication like Imodium - don't take those preventative ones, constapation usually occurs. And your regular toiletries. Own towels required. Bring your own camera, film , and , batteries. They will most likely be cheaper from home, believe it or not. If you are staying outside near the desert bring a toque (a winter hat) and a good sleeping bag. It gets pretty cold in the desert by night. Down to just below O degrees celcius!

The Catacombs. They go on...

by Aragina

The Catacombs. They go on for four miles, 240
funerary galleries preserved better than those of the catacombs of the town of Rome. If you dont mind skeletons this is a nice place to see, because of the funary rights and history.

Street 25 Juillet 1957

Terraces above the city

by ossil

There are a few terraces (4 as far as I know) in the city. They have got a story, but I can't remember on it exactly, and I don't want to say anything not true.
Anyway, any local folk will show you one for a couple of dinars. Follow him through the mysterious medina. It's worth it for sure!

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