Tripoli Hotels

The Tripoli hotels below have been grouped into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over €100)
Moderate (€25 to €100)
Cheap (under €25)
The prices quoted are for a double room per night, including tax and breakfast unless otherwise stated.

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Corinthia Hotel Tripoli

(021) 335 1990.

By far the best hotel in town, the luxurious Corinthia Hotel Tripoli is perfectly located near the medina, the business district, and overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. The elegant and comfortable rooms are in two modern towers, and offer all five-star amenities.

Safwa Hotel

(021) 333 4422.

A suites-only hotel right in the centre of Tripoli. The large and clean air-conditioned rooms all come with high speed internet connection and there is a good restaurant downstairs. It is mainly aimed at businessmen.

Sharia Baladiya, opposite the UN Mission Headquarters, Tripoli, Libya

Funduq al-Mehari

(021) 333 4091.

A favourite of government officials, this is the government's most prestigious hotel. The spacious and comfortable rooms come with satellite TV and air conditioning, but service is often erratic.

Sharia al-Fath, Tripoli, Libya

Funduq al-Kebir

(021) 444 5940.

Centrally located and government-owned hotel within walking distance of Tripoli's monuments and with sweeping views over the harbour. The rooms are spacious and comfortable although the decor has seen better days. Bathrooms are clean and have hot water.

Sharia al-Fath, Tripoli, Libya

Ancient Zumit Hotel

(021) 334 2915.

The small Zumit, in an old, recently renovated caravanserai in the medina, is the most romantic and atmospheric hotel in town. The rooms are decorated in Ottoman style but have air conditioning and other mod-cons. The hotel has also a good seafood restaurant.

Marcus Aurelius Arch Square, Medina, Tripoli, Libya

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