Sheraton Tunis Hotel

Address: Avenue de la Ligue Arabe, Tunis, 1080, Tunisia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Avenue de la Ligue Arabe, Tunis, is near Hammamet Beach, Friguia Park, and El Mouradi Hammamet.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Tunis Hotel

          Reviewed by crowdywendy

          A Very Nice Hotel But Disappointing Club Facilities

          Reviewed May 13, 2014
          by (28 reviews) Crowdy Head, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

          The Sheraton Tunis Hotel is located in the outer financial and diplomatic precinct of Tunis but within ten minutes drive of the city centre and the Carthage International Airport Tunis. The hotel is very pleasant and the downstairs restaurant serves a very good evening and breakfast buffet meal, with lovely local dishes. Staff was friendly and helpful. We paid for a Club Room and although our room was very nice and had fine views of Tunis City, the Club Lounge was very disappointing. We think that paying the additional cost for the Club room and facilities is not worthwhile.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Tunis Hotel

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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