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The Renaissance Tunis Hotel is one of the luxury hotels that has settled along the Gammarth coast. Its geographic isolation from the capital city serves to encourage guests to fully enjoy the amenities of this beautiful hotel, which offers many quality services. Spend the day enjoying the private beach, the swimming pools, the spa and the bars and restaurants. And on top of that, the service is super. N.L.
The Golden Tulip Carthage Tunis Hotel opened in 2000 and benefits from its geographic location, on the seacoast of Gammarth. This is a spacious and calm hotel and each room has a private balcony. Ancient Greece inspired the decorative setting, as evidenced by the aligned columns in the outdoor swimming pool area. The sporting and leisure facilities are good, and there is an 8-lane bowling alley. The Carthage Executive Floor is devoted to business travelers. Among the restaurants of the hotel, the Italian one is the best. Even though it is not the best hotel of its category, the Golden Tulip possesses some notable assets. N.L.
This hotel boasts a beautiful swimming pool on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, and also owns a little bit of beach. The rooms have either a sea or a forest view. This is a beautiful hotel that in complete with a spa and many restaurants, bars and coffee houses. N.L.
This 19th-century dwelling turned into a distinctive hotel is located in the very heart of the village, but far enough from the main road to be preserved from the summer tourist rush. It offers some stylish and well-kept rooms either facing the swimming-pool, the sea, or one of the four courtyards which are embellished with fountains, jasmine, and bougainvillea. The highly acclaimed restaurant Dar Zarrouk belongs to the hotel and is just 10 meters from it. The hotel staff speaks English.
The charm of this 10-suite boutique hotel that opened in 2004 not only relies on its amazing panoramic view of Tunis Bay but also on the modernist/minimalist design that defines its architecture, its furniture and its décor. It hangs on the edge of Colline de Byrsa (Byrsa Hill) and is next to the Musée National de Carthage; the suites' balconies overlook the panorama. The suites are very bright and spacious, and the bathrooms have been cleverly integrated into the bedroom space itself. The hotel spa is drawn from the tradition of the Tunisian Hammams. Finally, this hotel features a restaurant (Le Rest'ô) and a bar (Light Bar). N.L. Junior Suite TND370, Senior Suite & Salon TND650, Senior Suite & 2 Salons TND850.
This high-end hotel opened in 2005 in the new Tunis business district of Berges du Lac, which is prospering on the banks of Lake Tunis. It enjoys a wonderful location only four kilometers from the airport, and sitting halfway between downtown Tunis and the city of Carthage. (Unfortunately, there is no major attraction in its immediate vicinity.) This five-star hotel sits right on the lakeshore and offers clean and spacious rooms, which feature functional wooden furniture and a sober and elegant decoration. The regular rooms all come with balconies, and the suites all come with terraces. This hotel mostly caters to business travelers, and one particular floor has been set aside for such guests. All in all, this is one of the best hotels in its category in Tunis, mostly due to its wonderful ameninties, including a wonderful spa, and a multilingual staff. N.L.
This luxury hotel is quite far out from the action, two miles from the medina and six miles from the airport. Its façade is aging, but as it offers excellent services, it can be considered one of the best five-star hotels in Tunis. The rooms have been renovated and each one features a private balcony facing either the swimming pool or the garden. Some of the rooms boast great views of Tunis city. The service is excellent and the spa is especially luxurious. N.L.
The 13-storey building of the Abou Nawas Tunis Hotel stands in front of the Tunis Convention Center, on the north side of downtown Tunis. The building is relatively modern in its lack of grace, but all the rooms from the 9th floor up have balconies. The rooms are spacious and well-kept and the European-style wooden furniture is nice, but fairly unoriginal. Most of the hotel's customers are business travelers. The Abou Nawas Tunis hotel is far from being the first among the five-star hotels, its reported category. N.L.