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The hotel is ok but the people working here are totally unhelpful. Breakfast is not ok, internet dropped for 2 days and nobody did anything plus it's a bit noisy from the traffic. There is no gym and the pool is a joke
This is the worst hotel i have ever been Very very old Too expensive compared to service and quality Nothing is special Should think twice before you select this hotel The only good is location and distance to airport
The hotel is an average hotel (advertised as a 4-star hotel but is more like a 3-star big hotel) the rooms are okay, the bed is not so comfy, the shower head has low-pressure water. The breakfast is okay in the first days, but it gets boring as the meals are repeated over an over again. I wouldn't be staying here if i have to come back but for short term stays (less than 3 days)
Stayed 5 nights for our business trip. The hotel was very helpful and flexible with our requests during the conference. Not many staff speak well English, which caused to us small issues during the work process, and some delays. Positively impressed from the room cleanliness (housekeeping in general), and the main restaurant staff. Very professional team. I still rate it 4 stars, mainly for the small accident that happened but brought to me a very negative impression. The first time when we got the possibility to go outside, after the working day, we asked the reception to call us a taxi (as the previous day the lady told us that prices are all the same, no matter we order from the hotel or take a taxi from outside), so we preferred to order, considering this as a more safe option. We went to downtown and back, and the driver called Waleed was literally eating our brains all the trip. Speaking a lot, things that we didn't need to hear. He offered to wait us till we finish our walk, since we couldn't call him back. He supposed to wait there, but he was driving other clients during this time and we end up waiting him in a cafe, till we saw that he came. We didn't want to go back with him but as he didn't accept to take any money from when he left us, we were obligated to return with him again. So we did. I asked why the meter isn't working, he said that this is not a problem, and by the end of our trip i supposed to give him 80 Tunisian Dinars, while I had only 70 all in my pocket. He took these and said it's OK (as we supposed to discuss the price!). Then he waited for us to go up to the room and came to the reception (!!! guess why). I knew this when I had to go down to renew my keys. Well, this experience was terrible, but I learned: NEVER ever order your taxi at the reception of any hotel in Tunis, just go out and catch a free taximeter. It's consuming less time and nerves, truly. Also it will cost you about 1 Dinar per km :) We had to use taxies later in the city, and nobody was trying to cheat us or talk anything unnecessary. Same accident was reported to the other shift at the front desk (the polite receptionist who exchanged my cash-forgot his name) and I really hope that this greedy driver understood that what he does is very unpleasant!
I stayed four night with my wife at this hotel, and we really like it. The building is quite old but clean. The location is very nice in quite are and close to restaurants, Coffees, shops and banks. Breakfast is full of choices and excellent start of the day. Reception staff friendly and helpful.
Disappointing experience. Receptionist was quite rude in handling my movements. We stayed in the tea shop for 30 minutes before someone bothered to come and serve us. The rooms are getting old and need refurbishing. Some have a nice view on the lake. The restaurant in the evening is dead, although my soup was good.
The hotel is located at the lake (Les berges du lac) which is a good place to go out. the hotel is quite old and would need some attention and fixing. The rooms are spacious but not quite up to date and a bit dirty. The rates are not necessarily cheap for the location, can be better. The staff is helpful and friendly
Not to far from Tunis airport, approximately 15 minute drive. The service from the reception was very friendly and helpful, english and french well spoken. The reception area, restaurant and pool are are all kept clean and tidy. The breakfast has a fair variety which is all not bad. The evening meal was a little dissapointing, the service was good but when ordering the dishes some were not available after ordering, then the orders came out cold and not great. The room's are dated with dirty sealant around the bath, cracked tiles around toilet flush, water drainage in the sink very slow, this is for room 122. Wi-Fi is quick for whats needed, even for larger sizes of files. Its a shame as these avoidable things could be rectified and the hotel could be very good....
I’m still at the hotel as I write this review. The rooms look old it needs some renovation as you can see some cracks in the bathroom.Location is perfect for me as the office is 5mins walk from the hotel the airport also nearby. It’s one street away from the sea where there’s a walking/jogging trail which is really lovely. Breakfast is good they need to have more variety of fresh fruits. Given a room with partial sea view. There are many restaurants serving great food and a mall nearby. The price is very reasonable for the location. Front office staff very friendly and accommodating.
It's good to have this high standing location in Lac 1 for business meetings. Nothing fancy but a solid four-star hotel with decent meeting rooms after the patio. Personnel, however, while kind, does not always procide the necessary sercicd. For our meeting, we were short of 20 cups and no one could drink with no service around. I had to personally look everywhere in the hotel to find someone to help. Needs to be more professional.
Located 1 mi (1.6 km) from Dah Dah Happy Land Entertainment Park, Hotel Acropole Tunis is within a 5-minute drive of Tunisia Private University. This 4-star hotel has 73 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.
Start your day off right with a free hot/cold buffet breakfast, served each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM. Enjoy a bite to eat at Dome, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch a plasma TV with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and the bathroom offers a soaking tub, a hair dryer, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a minibar, a coffee maker, and a safe.
Guests of Hotel Acropole Tunis have access to an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and free WiFi in public areas. Free parking is available if you drive. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with luggage storage and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and free newspapers.