Lonely Planet review
At last a traditionally styled hotel in Tripoli's medina and it was definitely worth the wait. The rooms are arrayed around a charming, two-storey tiled courtyard and the 10 rooms and four suites are brimming with character - vaulted ceilings, elevated traditional Libyan beds and artefacts from across the country. The buffet breakfast is served in the courtyard while there's also a traditional restaurant with cushions on the floor and a coffeehouse.
The location, with the Arch of Marcus Aurelius right outside the front door, is the best in all of Tripoli.