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Hotel Salammbo

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Rabat, Morocco
Reviewed 1 April 2015

The portion of breakfast is small, with no much choices, the hotel in general is good for its low price and nearby location to the main avenue and the tram/metro buses and shopping center. But during my two days staying I got few bites on my hands that I thought them first the mosquito bites but then turned after to...

1Thank NadaRocio
Ghent, Belgium
Reviewed 13 February 2015

We slept here every night when we were in Tunis. The low price makes it a desirable place to sleep for backpackers. The rooms are clean and include a small TV. There is WiFi, but it is paid (€2.5 per day). They will give you a room with shower and toilet standard, but if you ask a cheaper room they...

3Thank Simon D
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 March 2014

I have stayed at this little, family-run hotel a few times and I have always had a good stay. But but but ... I only noticed on my last visit ... cockroaches .. I was just lying on my bed early in the evening and I have counted at least 4 on the ceiling ... of course my sleep wasn't...

2Thank Stef B
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 February 2014

Conveniently situated between transport hubs and central avenue. One of many similar old fashioned hotels in the area; plumbing etc. slightly primitive and generally showing its age, but clean and safe.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Reviewed 15 June 2013

this hotel is very nice . cheap price. include breakfast. clean and wide room. have a TV , privete shower room , share WC ,Wifi is extra fare .only fan room or A/C room . the central part of the city . I wish happines and prosperity at this hotel

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Moscow, Russia
Reviewed 6 January 2013

Overall, this is a good place to stay for a few nights. Central location is extremely easy to find just off the main boulevard. Right next to a small shopping mall. Plenty of bank machines, small restaurants, shops, and street vendors on any street in any direction right outside the hotel. Very close to the central tram line. TIP TO...

Thank dadarren
Jyväskylä, Western Finland, Finland
Reviewed 23 November 2012

I spend one night with my husband,next day i have flyinng,its good that i relax there and sleep.Room is okey,very good duple bed,shower is good and toilet is very clean and good,always there paper.Morning we get brekfast,its good too and nice people working this hotel,thanks very much :)This hotel is center,shopping place,cafee,restorant near.Airport is near.I come again this hotel and...

1Thank Mirja M
Bucharest, Romania
Reviewed 2 March 2012

Decent hotel close to Avenue Bourguiba (main avenue in Tunis). It has only 2 rooms with private bathrooms per floor. Ours (with private bathroom) was quite clean, with beautiful wooden shutters painted in blue. You could hear the street in the morning, but this could be quite picturesque if you're in the right mood. Beautiful old furniture, not the "antique"...

2Thank zina_andreea
Tripoli, Libya
Reviewed 10 October 2011

I stayed one week in the hotel, and I found that it is safe and good one for the limited budget people,

1Thank Asem E
New South Wales, Australia
Reviewed 21 March 2011

This hotel seems to be well known, as our taxi from the airport took us straight there, no problem. The reception is on the first floor, no lift, and watch your step as the marble stairs are quite worn down. The staff are incredibly friendly and communication was fine, although only one person speaks any English (not really expected, anyway!)....

4Thank PrincessBella67

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Address: 6 Rue de Grece, Tunis 1000, Tunisia
Region: Tunisia > Tunis Governorate > Tunis
Price Range: ₹ 902 - ₹ 1,387 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 56
Also Known As:
Salammbo Hotel Tunis
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“I had a back room which was a bit noisy until around 11pm, but it was a Friday night so I was probably just unlucky.”
O9135MYjohnw, 19 Feb 2014 | Read review
“There are many nice winding staircases. If mobility is an issue, request a room on a lower floor (no elevators).”
dadarren, 6 Jan 2013 | Read review
“I am room 20 ,litle come voice out street..if open window..”
MirjaM54, 23 Nov 2012 | Read review
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