Your first impression might be of disbelief that you are in Tripoli, el Mina stands out. Charming, winding, cobblestone streets, and pedestrian alleyways take you to small local trades such as a hairdresser, a nail salon, a bakery and then to this beautifully restored landmark building which is Beit el Nessim.
Inside, high arches that speak the language of a golden age of architecture whisper quietly in your ear, then, gratitude. For here an architectural heritage has been well cared of and welcomes you with good taste and open arms.
Number of rooms 5
Number of guests 12
Price range $