This is a strange hotel. It looks like a proper hotel outside but when you reach the room, it's via a lounge on each floor which is shared with another room and which has a fitted kitchen as part of it. We reckoned that it had been built as a block of flats and either converted into a hotel or they were intending to make it into flats later. It's quite central and near the harbour with a good fish restaurant on the quayside. The downside was that across the square is a mosque with a very loud loudspeaker which woke us up at about 5.15. Still, it wasn't the only place in Tunisia where this happened. The staff are OK - breakfast was very slow and we left most of it. The main area on the ground floor appears to act as a cafe or bar for the local guys who sit around watching very loud TV and using their laptops by accessing the wifi. Make sure you get a room as high up as possible - we were on 4th floor and ddn't hear the TV.
The other point to make is that my partner reckoned it was built by a man - no hairdryer or light over the mirror but plenty of boys toys - free wifi, huge TV in the room.
Suspect there are better places - we saw what looked like a big hotel just outside the centre - Mimosa but didn't go in.