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Ksar Char-Bagh

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Beautiful decor
  • heated pool

    Cons

  • Service sometimes falls short

Fodorite Reviews

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Ksar Char-Bagh Review

Rising like a Byzantine, 14th-century Kasbah from the Palmery and surrounded by its own moat and acres of grounds, this hotel is the last word in sumptuous, escape-it-all luxury. From the moment its giant wooden doors swing open to reveal the central courtyard, restaurant, and swimming pool beyond, everything is calculated to impress. Ruins to explore at the bottom of the garden also contain a boutique from which visitors can purchase replica furniture.

    Hotel Details

  • 12 suites, 1 apartment.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Usually closed during Ramadan.
Updated: 05-11-2011

Fodorite Reviews

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    horrible !

    We stayed 3 days in mid october 2007 Truly appalling
    and a rip-off price-wise. We booked it on the basis of
    lots of glowing reviews on this website, the hotel was
    certainly not like the website photos!

    Rooms are good but services needs a lot of
    improvement, Our room was often not cleaned until as
    late as 5pm
    Staff were invariably surly, unhelpful and disinclined
    to speak English.

    The concierge was the rudest one I have EVER tried to
    talk to.

    Location is not ideal-too far from downtown, there is
    absolutely nothing to see or do in the area.

    The restaurant is not any better. Do not hold out high
    expectations especially if you are accustomed to
    traveling first class

    by pressman, 11/3/07

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