I stayed two nights in August. All in all it would not deserve 4 stars but given the conditions of the country they do their best and security is well managed with a check point at the main gate and another one at the hall entrance. Hope Libia can come back on track soon
Good place with bad management. Weak internet, No room service, Laundary is bad, Breakfast is same every day with limited choices, Lobby is not clean…
This is a god awful hotel. I used to work in Libya so had to suffer hotels our company put us up in. Sadly, this was one of them. Terrible dirty rooms, poor food and lovely gunfire in the distance. I stayed here before the war too and it was no different. Just about evreything…
I was there with my family for a Ramadan breakfast being served as open buffet. We just arrived before magrib prayer time by few minute and took our table in main hotel restaurant. Then magrib prayer time began we started to break our fast with dates and milk . Food was good…
Needs updating including reliable internet (nightmare) but given my stay was in the midst of a period in the country with no government, no traffic lights, and no long-term Prime Minister it is not surprising that no one is focused on this hotel.
"Stay in the Rixos...or Corinthia"
"Had to move to 4 rooms to find a bit of internet"
"Leave the Room and run away from this property. There are much better properties at lower cost at the city center."
"None - avoid this hotel"
"odd number ( facing the see ) - higher levels ( it is 14 levels hotel )"