Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
A bustling little art gallery on the ground level, Dar el Fell offers quaint, unique rooms for the budget traveler looking for more than just an anonymous hotel. Even came home one night to a film crew shooting a food television show episode in the gallery space. Super cool place and engaging, friendly staff!
Our room was a great size and meant that in the week we stayed, we could spread out and relax. The breakfasts were stupendous with enough choices for even the pickiest of eaters. The fact that people smoked in the lobby and the smoke got in to our room. Although the bathroom was huge, the shower recess was tiny and a bit uncomfortable. The staff were helpful but woefully informed as to things like where the bus station was etc.
The helpful and friendly staff We did not like the syle of cooking in the restaurant
The room is very wide.
We arrived very late due to TunisAir delay at Cairo, the reception staff were most helpful and understanding. In the morning, after a restful night there was plenty of time for breakfast, and to vacate our rooms. The staff have a good understanding of English. I wish we could have stayed longer. Value for money is outstanding. I was travelling with my 84 year old mother and a lift would have been helpfull as stairs are an effort.
Rooms were spacious and the staffs were very friendly. The Hotel is just 20 min walk to Main Street of Tunis and 3 min by Taxi. Airport is only 10 min and charge only 4 dinar max. The rare view overlooking a football yard, nice view. Room service food is much better than the outside. Breakfast was the same almost every day. There was no elevator but that wasn't an obstacle though.
Good location and attentative staff. Very helpful
Staying at the hall, staying at a suite room that is very confortable The lack of an hairdrier
Good place in town, not far from Medina but neither from main roads and even Airport; food (diner) was acceptable in relation to price. Room needs to be restored while some rust on certain parts but also old door not closing properly. Reception could be a bit friendlier even if the mentality in Tunisia is not to compare with Europe.
Location, was close to the airport.
Close to the Carthage airport No public transpotation to airport. Usually taxi driver charges 5-10 times local people pay. Go upstairs and take a taxi that unload passanger, they charge you as much as they charge the local people. Accidentally I tried once and saved money.