The Fourati family has a long tradition of hospitality in the capital of Tunisia, and we felt very welcome here. This hotel is not a resort. It was recommended by our friends in Tunis, and it's a popular gathering spot for local meetings as well as business travelers. The waiters kept our coffee cups full at breakfast, which offered croissants comparable to what you might find in Paris. You'll be better off if you speak French, but limited English is spoken and everyone on the staff is eager to please. Our triple room was clean and spacious with a large bathroom and good wifi connection. The post Arab Spring economic downturn has hit Tunis hard, and while the streets are bustling during the day, the neighborhood is a scary ghost town at night. The hotel is an oasis from the crazy traffic and trash in the streets. You should hire a car and driver from a nearby Ulysee Rent a Car agency for seeing the sights of Carthage, the medina, and day trips to Dougga and El Jem. Our host family made sure we didn't encounter any difficulties from `'the transition`' as they call it, and if you are fortunate enough to experience Tunisian home hospitality you'll be overwhelmed. They'd love to see more American tourists here and when we checked out the desk clerk made a point of saying `'Tell people our city is safe." There's a discount for booking online.
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- Also Known As:
- Le Belvedere Tunis
- Hotel Belvedere Fourati Tunis, Tunisia, Africa