Auberge de Jeunesse
Lonely Planet review
Located in a wonderful 18th-century former palace in the midst of the medina, the rooms here are basic – white walls and bunk beds upstairs, comfortable, if stuffy, doubles downstairs. But all are set around a pretty, tiled courtyard, the welcome is friendly and the position is priceless.
Our independent authors have visited Auberge de Jeunesse and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tunis.
Services & facilities
- Family friendly
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