A small suite on the third floor, the highest one, installed in the kiosk; it is accessed by a separate staircase. It has a private terrace, a bathroom entirely covered with blond marble, and a living room. A large window, lined with finely carved wood lattice and oriented to the South, offers a spectacular panoramic view on the trees of the “Djellaz” hill, crowned by the Fort of Bellevue and the sanctuary of the holy Protector of Tunis, which cuts the Carthaginians’ sacred twin-headed mountain far ahead. The furniture is ancient, like the multi-colored kilim originally from central Iran.
Mythic heroine of Gustave Flaubert’s famous fiction (1862), Salammbo, daughter of Hamilcar and priestess of Tanit, sacrificed herself to save Carthage (-203).
+ 216 31 393 393
6,Andalous street, Bab Menara 1008 Tunis, Tunisia