Ratings based on 19 Verified Reviews

2.8 out of 5
40% of guests recommend
3.1 Room cleanliness
2.9 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
3 out of 5
by sami

This traveler left a rating score only Posted Aug 22, 2015 on Hotels
5 out of 5
by Najia gharbi

This traveler left a rating score only Posted Jul 28, 2015 on Hotels
2 out of 5
by Fredrick from Paris

Terrible Customer Service/Theft

Posted May 17, 2014 on Hotels
Upon checkout, a gift bag with 2 very expensive colognes/perfumes were incidentally forgotten (left) in the room. Upon asking the customer service (main desk) on the same day about the status of that bag; I was informed that the staff/cleaning crew couldn't find it and somehow It was mysteriously vanished. Ironically, I would expect an incident like this out of a cheap motel, but not out of a self-proclaimed 5 star hotel. Never advice anyone to stay here.
3 out of 5
by Mahdi from Libya

High price for s middle class hotel

Posted Apr 2, 2014 on Hotels
The hotel is very expensive compared to other hotels, The rooms are not clean ( i saw pugs on the surface)
2 out of 5
by Ben from Doha, Qatar

A three star hotel in a crumbling four star shell

Posted Jun 30, 2013
Pros: The balcony and the view.
Cons: The door that didn't lock properly. The sad shell of faded glory.
Location: Nice view, nice sea breeze. A bit isolated, and you can't really sit on the beach.
A three star hotel in a crumbling four star shell. The strange, slightly isolated location adds to its....mystique...I suppose. A nice enough foyer leads to old-fashioned check-in from the 1980s. The walk to the elevator is past closed/abandoned/hibernating "boutiques" and a photo (yes, **film**) studio. If the strong chlorine smell coming up from the indoor pool doesn't put you off (near the lift), the broken gym equipment on the third floor will. A nice enough view to the ocean spoilt by, at closer inspection on foot, moved-aside barbed wire spools and flotsam/garbage on the beach. A sad, pensione-style breakfast in a cavernous reception-hall "restaurant".
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Arizona

Karthago Le Palace, Tunis

Posted Jul 24, 2011 on Hotels
This hotel is tired in so many places that count like the rooms, with the room furniture, bedding, beds, rugs, TV, all needing replacement. The electronic door locked me out every time I left the room. They've done a fair job with the main lobby and furnishings but you don't sleep in the main lobby. The pool is ok, but locals are allowed so it was busy and even though it overlooks the sea, no beach.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Not impressed at all

Posted Aug 6, 2009
Public space including swimming pool was well maintained and wonderful. But the level of the maintainance of individual rooms was not so good. The room is a bit humid and smells a bit, too. Nails are sticking out from the frames of the baby bed and they said it is normal. Also the level of the service was poor. The finished dishes of the room service were left on the corridor several days (with left over food...). Dry cleaning did not come on time. Complains on the phone were simply hung up. The restaurant manager was asking my wife to have some drinks outside when she was staying without me but with our baby for the first couple of days. Having said that there were some very friendly and helpful nice employees. All in all the management is not doing the right job. It is a pity....
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Good Hotel - a bit far from town

Posted Mar 9, 2009
This was a really nice and comfortable hotel with plenty of things to do on offer. It is right on the coast and close to Sidi Bou Said which is well worth a visit, but is quite far from Tunis and the Souk's etc. It is very convienient for Carthage, however.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Surrey UK

Stay at Kathargo Le Palace

Posted Feb 10, 2009
I travel a lot for my company. This place was very good. Superb room, great choice at breakfast and very helpful staff. I would certainly go back again.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Hampshire

Le Palace Hotel is a true Palace!

Posted Dec 30, 2006
Le Palace Hotel at La Marsa Tunisia is an impressive marble palace. We had a full sea view from our balcony. The staff could not have been more friendly - the Piano Player in the bar is very entertaining. This hotel is not aimed at the average holiday maker - we were the only English couple in the hotel but we can speak some French and had a lovely week. The night club is Tunisian with famous artists performing, a good band, singers and a Turkish dancer - it was something we had not seen before. There are good bars and resturaunts with a varying menu of local food. There are very good resturaunts close by and in La Marsa.