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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Al Waha Hotel & Camping
Another of the oldest hotels in Ghadames, Al-Waha is popular with tour groups, but the truth is that all rooms are simple and some are showing none-too-graceful signs of age; most beds sag and the bathrooms in particular are in need of an overhaul - o...
Bab Al Fatah Hotel
At last a new hotel where you can see the old city from your room, at least if you have a north-facing room...
Ben Yedder Hotel
Another easy-to-recommend new hotel close to the town centre, Ben Yeddar has rooms that are the merest cut above others in a similar price range, and excellent bathrooms...
Dar Ghadames Hotel
Now here's something special...
Funduq Al Tawassel
Although the rooms at this intimate little hotel are simple, they're spacious and nicely kept. Best of all, the staff exude a gentle desert charm and seem genuinely pleased to see you, in an unobtrusive way...
Funduq Kasser El Deawan
Almost as far south as you can go in Ghadames (which isn't far), this new place is excellent, with spacious, well-appointed rooms with satellite TV...
Jawharat As Sahra Hotel & Restaurant
Run by the avuncular Ahmed at-Tunisi, this small hotel is a stone's throw from the entrance to the old city and has basic rooms. One solution to Ghadames' shortage of beds is the prevalence of villas - homes that operate like bed-and-breakfast places...
Kafila, In the streets behind the New Mosque, this is one of the longer-standing hotels in town and it remains a popular place for groups. Perhaps that's because the rooms are enormous, although it has to be said that most are uninspiring and careworn.
Simple rooms but most have private bathrooms.
Run by the energetic Othman Elhashhashie, this is the most homely of the villas and is very well run.
Friendly place with ornate, over-the-top rooms and a resident cat.
This comfortable place has 16 spotlessly clean rooms with bath and air-con. The splashes of traditional decoration in some rooms is a nice touch and the location, a short walk east from the entrance to the old city, is also better than most...
Ghadames' youth hostel is basic, has small rooms and is plagued by problematic plumbing, but for this price you can hardly complain.