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Grand Hotel de France

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Wherever the road goes...
Reviewed 8 February 2012

Excellent value for money, and a good location - but also plenty of atmosphere and charm. The streets immediately around the hotel might be a bit scruffy and grubby, but you are literally a minute away from Ave Bourguiba, the main entrance to the Medina and the main central food market. It's difficult to think how it could be better...

4Thank Adrian-and-Ellie
Reviewed 22 December 2011

this hotel has great location by the medina and the main avenue of the ville nouvelle. our room and bathroom were clean and had an old charm. breakfast was tasty and all the staff very friendly and welcoming.

7Thank TrishandJoe
Reviewed 5 November 2011

Courtyard & friendly staff give bonus points. You can walk to Medina, train station, plenty of shops around close to eateries. When i visited Tunis, there were few riots/curfew et al. I felt very safe & comfortable in staying there. Breakfast could have been better.

5Thank Kumaresh_sekaran
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 10 September 2011

As we were female travellers (my daughter and I) we were concerned about our reception as not all Tunis hotels welcome unaccompanied females but we shouldn't have worried as the welcome was warm and the staff were a delight. It's a simple hotel but has lots of atmosphere with authentic features and is very well kept. The room was plain...

7Thank IET99
Lausanne, Switzerland
Reviewed 11 August 2011

We spent a night here at the end of our trip to Tunisia. It's located right next to the medina and right next to the market. Easy to find and in walking distance to the train station. The hotel was pretty clean (undergoing renovations currently, Aug 2011) and the price was very reasonable (~€30/night for 2). No WiFi, but there's...

4Thank Egw87
London, England
Reviewed 4 August 2011

We loved the Grand Hotel de France - it's beautiful and old-fashioned in a good way. The rooms were spartan (definitely ask for one with a view of the courtyard though) but high-ceilinged and airy, and bathrooms basic. But the courtyard was a joy, a cool leafy oasis - and the wonderful moustachioed man who makes and serves the breakfast...

3Thank TrinityJane
Gateshead, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 May 2011

I fell in love with this hotel for its beauty and elegance. The rooms are clean and bright but still retain a lot of charm and the whole place feels like it hasn't changed since the 1920's but in a good way. Very helpful reception staff and it is located conveniently just around the corner from the old medina.

5Thank AndyVengeance
Reviewed 6 May 2011

We began our trip in Tunisia at this hotel. The location was excellent, within easy walking distance of the Medina. The staff were really friendly and helpful. Our triple ensuite room was really spacious and overlooked the peaceful courtyard. The very reasonable price included breakfast (hot drink and crusty roll with jam) served with a smile. We enjoyed our stay...

1Thank hippy_flower
Reviewed 11 April 2011

An excellent location a few steps from the medina and the central Avenue Habib Bourguiba. Cost/value is excellent. I usually stay in a more upscale business hotel when I'm in Tunis, and the only things the Hotel de France doesn't give you that the one at more than twice the price does is a bathtub (though there's a shower) and...

5Thank Gereth
New South Wales, Australia
Reviewed 27 March 2011

We stayed here for 4 nights, arriving on the second day of Eid al-Adha and not having booked anything. The hotel was extremely accommodating, providing us with food and water at a low cost as all the supermarkets were closed. A room was made ready for us immediately, and was spotless. Breakfast was not included (for a few extra dinars...

3Thank PrincessBella67

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Additional Information about Grand Hotel de France

Address: 8 Rue Mustapha M'Barek, Tunis 1000, Tunisia
Region: Tunisia > Tunis Governorate > Tunis
Number of rooms: 12
Also Known As:
Grand Hotel De France Tunis, Tunisia, Africa
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“I had no problems with a street view, in fact preferred to see the street life”
MrFishwick, 28 Oct 2014 | Read review
“Ask for a room overlooking the shady courtyard.”
489JohnP489, 9 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Rooms overlooking courtyard have a pleasant outlook and it's very quiet at night. Rooms 7 and 31.”
WayBill, 19 Jun 2013 | Read review
“quieter rooms look onto the courtyard. If you want city street views and don't mind a bit of noise - ask for top floors”
  • sink in room
  • vintage room with view on market
Seramusafirah, 8 Apr 2013 | Read review
“Ask for a room overlooking the central courtyard.”
Redaurella, 12 Mar 2013 | Read review
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