A hotel from the Ottoman period used since it was installed as a hotel and as a rendezvous for convoy merchants coming from Africa and Europe.
it is located near Tripoli harbor and opposite the Marcus Aurelius Arch. in Bab Albaher ( the old city ) which is one of the remains of roman OEA on which Tripoli as located ,
it consists of 2 floors and has 10 rooms and 4 suites, it is provided with all utilities and communications, the furniture is from the traditional handwork, it has an Arabic session hall, the old restaurant serves the Tripolian meals in traditional way especially sea food,
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The service was excellent and the food was delicious.
The atmosphere at your restaurant is what most tourist would be happy with
it was traditional. I think you have the right balance for tourist you have
given the tourist choices. If they want to eat the traditional way as we did
We came back home to Australia and told everyone what a first class
restaurant you have developed. My parents were amazed by the photos they
remember it as the fondok were their grandfathers use to mend their fishing
nets. We thank you for your hospitality as you know most of our group was
born there and we have a special place in our hearts for Tripoli and you
made us feel at home.
We were so impressed with your hotel that if we ever come back to Tripoli we
would like to stay there. Thank you for making us feel so welcome and you
have a first class restaurant congratulations.
Tripoli is the largest and capital city of Libya.
Tripoli has a population of 1.69 million. The city is located in the northwest of the country on the edge of the desert, on a point of rocky land projecting into the Mediterranean Sea and forming a bay. Tripoli was founded in the 7th century BC by the Phoenicians, who named it Oea
Tripoli International Airport (IATA: TIP, ICAO: HLLT) serves Tripoli, Libya. It is operated by the Civil Aviation and Meteorology Bureau of Libya and is the nation's largest airport. Located in the town of Ben Ghashir 34km south of the city centre, Tripoli International is a hub for Libyan Airlines. The airport is also a hub for Afriqiyah Airways and Buraq Air.
Most flights leave Tripoli International Airport from the main International Passenger Terminal, while domestic flights leave through the National Terminal. The terminal capacity is 3 million passengers a year and the airport is currently handling around 1.5 million passengers a year.
Transport to and from Tripoli city center usually involves taking a taxi or shared taxi. Tour operators offer coaches to and from the airport connecting it with numerous hotels in the city centre.