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updated listing Hotel Transatlantique
*<sleep name="La Maison Doree" address="6 bis rue de Hollande" phone="+216 71 240 632" fax="+216 71 240 631" price="32-52 TD">This hotel captures a slightly faded, colonial era charm. Rooms are basic (the hotel building is old) but clean. Excellent restaurant with bar (2.5 TD Celtia) that provides room service. Breakfast is included in the price, and the croissants are better than average. Rooms come with ensuite sink and shower, but shared toilets - a room with a toilet is an extra 10 TD. Some rooms overlook the local tram, which can be excessively loud - you may want to look out the window to the street below, and possibly listen to the noise of the passing tram. Located half a block north of Place Barcelone.</sleep>
*<sleep name="Hotel Transatlantique" alt="" address="Rue De Yougoslavie 106, Tunis 1000" directions="" phone="+216 71 334 319" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="50 TD (Feb 2013)" lat="" long="">Ground plus four levels, the first three accessible by lift. Nice mosaics. Lots of lounge space near the lobby. A little noisy, but nicely located. There is a roof accessible on the fourth floor (turn left after climbing the stairs, walk to the end, and open the unlocked door to your left): good for fresh air or some sun, though the view is not brilliant. Disinterested management. Poor water pressure observed on level 4. There are many prostitutes that "use" this hotel, and female travellers are well advised to avoid the first floor, especially at night, when Johns may come a-knockin'.</sleep>
*<sleep name="Grand Hotel de France" alt="" address="Rue Mustapha M'barek" directions="" phone="+216 71 32 62 44" email="[email protected]" url="" checkin="" checkout="noon" price="43TD for one person in a double room with aircon, ensuite toilet and shower" lat="" long="">Located in a neat old building with marble staircases and a friendly staff. They do not speak English, although it was no problem. Free wifi in the lobby and courtyard, two communal computers, but cannot comment on price or quality, although one had a webcam attached. Breakfast was bread, coffee, and apricot jam. Easily accessed by taxi from the Port de France, where Rue Mustapha M'barek is just a quick left off of the main road running south past the front of the gate. Reservations were made via email using google translate into French, although you are expected to call and confirm the day before, and it might be easiest to find a French-speaking friend do it for you.</sleep>
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