Ratings based on 26 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very cheapPosted Aug 16, 2014
If you're looking to pay THAT cheap then don't expect any luxury, just a bed to sleep in
by A verified traveler
Awful ExperiencePosted Jul 6, 2014
Was met by the concierge at the hotel who could not tell me how to use the public transit system. I asked the waiters in the restaurant who took me step by step on how to get tickets and where to transfer. The wait staff and bellhops were much nicer and more accommodating than the staff at the reception desk. For instance, another concierge woke me up in the morning and made me switch rooms without any notice. As I was changing and gathering my things, the cleaning staff knocked, didn't wait for an answer, and came into my room. Was absolutely appalled by the service and how I was treated. The room I changed to smelled of petroleum and bleach. The draped were dirty and the screens on the windows were broken. The AC also was not working properly. The people in the next room were screaming at the television late into the night watching a sports event. Would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
by justin from richmond va
Cold shower bad breakfastPosted Oct 8, 2013
You can get better hotel closer to the Main Street and airport for a better price
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Great stay!Posted Jun 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
I had a wonderful stay here. The front desk was able to accommodate all my needs and showed great hospitality. Wireless Internet worked smoothly and my room was comfortable and had all that I needed. Great 3-star business hotel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Boston, MA USA
Hotel du Parc, Tunis: great place to start !Posted Jun 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
Hotel du Parc is oriented for business people but I found it pleasant for my personal use. The rooms are comfortable, especially the pillows (really!) Although it is not on a main street, it is not far and you can easily take taxis. I found it a very good place to get my first visit to Tunis off on the right foot.
for Business Travelersby Johnny from Beirut, Lebanon
Convenient for a businessman.Posted Mar 27, 2013
Pros: Will book again
It is a very convenient hotel for business. It's near the hotel and not far from downtown. Price/Quality ratio is very good.
for Everyoneby dilek from turkey
goodPosted Feb 2, 2013
Location: Near central but you must use taxi to go centre 2 km
Small but a good hotel.personel and people very kindly
for Couplesby H&G from Usa
Great valuePosted Jan 14, 2013
Pros: small and quaint
at the edge of downtown Tunisia, quiet location yet a short 7 minute walk to shopping
for Familiesby Qais
Perfect hotelPosted Oct 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel have a very nice location and very clean place and wounderful staff.
by Penelope from England, UK
Nice for a couple of nightsPosted Mar 13, 2012
Pros: The room was a nice size and comfortable, it was clean and everything in working order as far as I can remember.
Cons: Breakfast in the hotel wasn't great I believe this was down to the hotel being rather emptyI was wary of what I was eating due to the little turnover.
Location: The hotel is located just off a very busy road so unless you are getting a taxi outside the hotel you would find it very difficult to cross this road
I stayed in Hotel Du Parc with My Husband in December 2012 for 2 nights. Our reason for staying here was because I had just flown into Tunis Airport and pre booking this hotel I read that it was nearby 5-7 min taxi ride and at an average price, we also needed to stay here due to visiting the British Embassy which is about 15 min taxi ride away. We booked this hotel on a B&B basis as took the risk of there being there being restaurants within walking distance outside the hotel, unfortunately there isn't. Considering the hotel was near the roadside this did not cause noise disturbances. There are no lifts in the hotel however there is a concierge at reception who will assist in carrying your luggage upstairs to your room we gave him a small tip. We did not have a balcony, I am not sure why as the majority of rooms at this hotel do have balconies and the hotel was far from full when we were staying there, however we did not complain as we were only there for 2 nights so this wasn't important to us. Hotel Restaurant. As there were no restaurants within walking distance we had our evening meal in the Hotel Restaurant, there is an average choice of menu, if you are not familiar with Tunisian cuisine then the only dishes that will be familiar to you on the menu would be pasta and pizza, average price for pizza here 8 TND (£4.00). Everything else on the menu is over 10 TND. Being a hotel the drink prices are not the cheapest but you would not pay anymore than you would in England.