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Hotel Salammbo

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Hong Kong
Reviewed 12 November 2010

The hotel is in a very central location that within walking distance for main 5 minutes walk to Train Station, 3 minues walk to Metra Terminal, 7 minutes walk to Medina. The hotel is quiet and overall clean (despite a bit shabby) and staffs are friendly and helpful. For this price range, it is totally acceptable.

1Thank EllieChan
Torun, Poland
Reviewed 6 July 2010

We booked the hotel via email before our trip and were fortunate enough to speak a little French, which made the process far easier. On arrival, which was quite late at night, the youngest of the staff came out and helped us with our bags and even negotiated down our taxi fare from the airport. We were shown to our...

2Thank Kev H
Tucson, AZ
Reviewed 20 June 2010

The reservation process for the hotel was good, with staff fairly fluent in English. The rooms were cheap but still a little overpriced for what you get. The rooms were rundown but clean, except for the floors. The best feature of the room was a good bathtub with a shower wand, but the window screen had a hole in it,...

2Thank familytravelers660
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 May 2010

I reserved a room with bathroom for one person via the website, and doubled-checked with the reservation twice beforehand to make sure it was fine. They assured me - by e-mail - it was. Naturally, when it came to checking in, it wasn't even there. Nevermind, it was low season and I easily got a twin-room with a sink (22...

1Thank sachahuista
Reviewed 7 April 2010

If you want to spend one or two nights in the capital of Tunisia this is a good place. It is 500 meters from the main Railway Station of Tunis. Also the Medina is not far away from the hotel (1000 meters). The hotel looks like a student hostel but with 2 bad. You can find 3 pictures about it....

4Thank Szabolcska
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 November 2009

I stayed at the Salammbo on two occasions and it's not too bad for what you pay. It's in a great location, 10 minutes walk to the Medina, and the front desk staff are friendly. We got a room on the forth floor (good for the legs). It was a corner room, very large, bright and clean. The shower/bathroom was...

2Thank markjdavidson
Reviewed 30 September 2009

The hotel salammbo is a good hotel .. His position is in the centre and is at 3 minute from international hotel .. I have been to the month of september (on 24th september) for about 4 days. I have been very fine .. The rooms are cleaned and the personal staff is very cozy. About the breakfast is very...

2Thank alexpizz616
New York
Reviewed 19 November 2007

The Hotel Salammbo is not a gem of a hotel. But it's not dirty, it's not full of creepy crawlies and it's not unsafe. Like many other budget hotels between the station and Avenue Bourguiba, it is worn around the edges and has antiquated bathrooms and fixtures, and not a lot of light. That said, the reception is friendly enough,...

3Thank GiuseppeNYC
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 September 2007

I stayed at the Hotel Salambo a few years back after reading some decent reviews in gudie books and online. The quality of the Hotel was pretty decent a little warn around the edges but certainly decent quality. The location was very good, just of Ave. Bourigiba 5 minutes to the Train Station and 5 minutes to the Medina entrance,...

1Thank meltwaterfalls
Reviewed 9 February 2007

We found out about this place through some guidebooks and even had some recommendations from people on the internet. Okay it is cheap, but we were really unimpressed with our stay. We had two rooms, the first was bearable - believe me I have stayed in some dumps! - the second room (we came back to fly out) was awlful....

11Thank girlwidgreeneyes

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Additional Information about Hotel Salammbo

Address: 6 Rue de Grece, Tunis 1000, Tunisia
Region: Tunisia > Tunis Governorate > Tunis
Price Range: ₹ 941 - ₹ 1,448 (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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