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Step back in time to embrace the fascinating Ottoman period echoing from the impressive Zumit Hotel. Located close to the harbour of Tripoli, Libya, and reminiscent of a Riad-style establishment, the fabulous boutique hotel is situated opposite the world famous Arch of Marcus Aurelius and offers their guests exclusive up-scale living space.
Accommodation at Zumit Hotel consists of:
Zumit Hotel comprises of 10 stunning luxury rooms that occupy 2 floors of the hotel as well as 4 fabulous spacious suites. Decorated and furnished in a traditional style, the rooms ooze warmth and luxury. Each room and suite has a lavish en-suite bathroom and is complemented by modern amenities such as air-conditioning, telephone line and television.
Serving mouth-watering traditional meals and scrumptious seafood specialties, dining at the sophisticated old restaurant of Zumit Hotel is a flight into gastronomic heaven. Relax in the Arabic designed saloons and enjoy a cup of mint tea or unwind in the lovely Cafe while you sip on a refreshing drink. Tripoli offers a myriad of excellent restaurants and side-walk cafes in the city that serve delightful meals. Connect with your office or complete business commitments at the well-equipped internet room.
Breathe in the smell of aromatic spices wafting in the air while you peruse the vibrant markets, take in the splendour of the ancient buildings and interact with the extremely friendly people of Tripoli. Points of interest to explore include the Natural History Museum, the Archaeological Museum and the Ethnographic Museum displaying a huge collection of regional cultural artefacts, and the Roman triumphal arch erected in honour of Emperor Marcus Aurelius.
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