YHA Tunis Auberge Medina Reviews
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Awesome hotel. The Staff was SO GREAT! It can be a little complicated to find the first time, but then it gets easier and it's in a GREAT location (right near the big market). Be careful at night though, as I was told by more than one person the area can get seedy. Get back by 8pm. It's a stunning building, very authentic and the staff was really caring. The bathroom was not the greatest, but for the price, location, beauty of the building and great staff, this place can't be beat. I'll be back!
The hostel is comfortable and there is a magic atmosphere it seems to go back in the time , the decorations are very nice and the place is suggestive . As to the staff it is professional and they are very kind and available . the price is cheap . We hope that we can come back again in future . It was a pleasure to meet you.
NO DOUBT IT IS A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING in a wonderful position. Generally the staff were helpful and I was able to leave my luggage there while I went off exploring up north in Bizerte. It was quite cold though as I stayed in January and it would have been nice to have a heater in the 'common room'. It is such an amazing building I think the staff should do a 'potted' history of the hostel for visitors.
Very few facitilies, e.g. no lockers. The hostel had no 24 hour reception so no one was there to open when I arrived around 1 am.
without hteating in the winter i coul not sleep there it was so cold otherwise a beaififul auberge
the staff are helpful
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 41+
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The hostel is convenient because you can walk all over Tunis from there, but being in the medina, it can be a bit intimidation to first-time guests and slightly scary walking back to at night. The building is incredibly charming but could use a little upkeep. The showers are cold and the toilets not always kept clean, but the large salle is lovely. Bring your own bed sheets and toilet paper. Staff doesnt speak English or even very good French, so communication can be difficult. Free wifi.