Only rated as three star and perhaps so for the decor (love the pink paint, fluffy bows, etc!) and facilities, but the management is obviously good and is reflected in the very professional staff, courteousness and attention to detail. Breakfast a bit so-so. Wi-Fi in the room was appreciated, too, the first in the last four hotels. The ubiquitous Tunisian chicken and chips set menu for dinner was amongst the best so far in Tunisia and the salads were very good. (General note about set menus: you need to ask before you are served if you have special dietary requirements.) So, at 60-80 dinar a room, this is a good choice except that it is a fair way out of town.