- Reviews: 43
Hotel Diplomat: Good choice for business or short trip
Stayed there a few years back, hotel is Ok, clean, centrally located.<br/><br/>The open buffet breakfast is not bad neither; the hotel usually caters to organised tours from Europe.<br/><br/>Staff is bilingual Arabic and French, and reception staff know good English.<br/><br/>Rooms are spacious as, and higher floors offer a good panorama of the city.<br/><br/>It is a good choice for a short business visit.<br/><br/>http://www.diplomat-hotel-tunis.com
- Reviews: 15
hotel: hotel BelAir hotel belair
Hotel je prelep u kategoriji hotele sa 3 zvezdice,ljubazno osoblje sacekace vas pri ulasku u hotel,i ponuditi vas sokom,sobe su jednodtavne ali sredjene,hrana je izvrsna,mozete naci sve sto volite,hotel belair.Postoje i fakultativni programi ,putovanje dva dana sa djipovima po pustinji,koji obuhvata obilazak cele drzave Tunis,obilazak muzeja,velike luke,pustinje,plantaza palmi
Hotel poseduje spoljasnji veliki i manji unutra,postoji i mali restoran koji se nalazi pored bazena,hotel ima i zabavljace koji su stalno pored vas i koji vas pozivaju da se zabavljate sa njima,nekad su malo dosadni i smorni nama iz Srbije,ali zapadnjaci uzivaju u tome,samo je malo glupo sto se naplacuju lezaljke,hotel belair.
- Reviews: 3
Tourist Club: Pretty good and on the beach
I stayed a few nights in the Tourist Club in Gammarth. It was a fairly nice place, the bar was nice, and the fish was excellent. Two nights I had the fingerlings, for 5 tunis dollars. This is the next hotel down the beach from much more expensive places with much worse food. I'm happy I found it. However, they run the standard credit card 'scam' in that they keep claiming not to be able to take credit cards and requiring cash. No worries, you just have to go get cash, so plan on it.
Beach, good Food, no TV, no Network.
- Reviews: 500
Carlton Hotel: Budget hotel in the city centre (3 stars)
Good location on avenue Bourguiba, walking distance from the Medina. They have a smalll garage which comes handy in Tunis if you come by car like I did. It's in a one way street though, so it's better to stop in front of the hotel and ask the staff to park your car in the garage. <br/>The rooms are noisy (from the street AND the corridor And the rooms next door), but reasonable otherwise. The staff is quite friendly and speak at least English and French (that's what I used).
I booked it on the Internet and forgot to bring the printed conformation expecting them to have my name and booking details (as it usually happens). The did not, so it was a bit complicated to get it (had to find an internet cafe and send it by email to them directly).
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