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Hotel 4
Avenue Mohamed V Nabeul 8000 Tunisia

Description Kheops

Hotel Kheops


  • Kheops
  • Avenue Mohamed V
  • 8000Nabeul
  • Tunisia
  • Telephone: +216(72)286555
  • Fax:+216(72)2866024


  • American Express
  • Mastercard
  • Visa

Suitable for

  • Water Enthusiasts

Room features Kheops

  • Bathroom with bathtub
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Windows that open
  • Television
  • Hairdryer
  • Central heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Mini-bar
  • Satellite TV
  • Desk
  • Telephone
  • Cable TV

Hotel features Kheops

  • Business center
  • Disco/ Nightclub
  • Entrance hall/ lobby
  • Gym
  • Hairdresser
  • Parking lot
  • Garden or park
  • Terrace
  • Hotel bar
  • Hotel bar on the beach
  • Pool bar
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Hotel safe
  • Convenience store
  • Massage
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Direct beach access
  • Beach umbrellas
  • Deck chairs/ Sun loungers
  • Laundry service
  • Jacuzzi/ Spa
  • Balcony/ Terrace
  • Organized activities
  • Kids' playground

Sports Facilities

  • Volleyball/ Beach Volleyball
  • Minigolf
  • Skiing
  • Surfing
  • Tennis Court
  • Boats to Rent
  • Bike Rental
  • Golf Course
  • Running/ Rollerblading track
  • Horse riding
  • Sailing
  • Indoor tennis court
  • Hiking trail

Type of lodging

  • Hotel
Rating Overview
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Reviews more than 5 years old Kheops
Kheops Dolce Vita, Nabeul
Reviewed February 2009 by ljiljatod
If you want reall holliday visited Kheops hotel, its a excelent.
66 out of 100 based on 268 reviews
  • Jazz à Carthage

    Jazz à Carthage

    Since 2005, the "Jazz à Carthage" festival has showcased around fifteen acts every April. Tunisian and international artists are involved in concerts taking place in several venues around the city, including the Acropolium (the Saint Louis Cathedral). Past artists have included Al Di Meola, Ike Turner, Al Jarreau, Barbara Hendricks and Murray Head to name a few. The current year's programme is available on the festival's website.
  • Acropolium


    The Saint Louis Cathedral in Carthage, now renamed Acropolium, was built between 1884 and 1890 by Cardinal Lavigerie and dedicated to king Louis IX of France (Saint Louis) who died of the plague on the beach in Carthage whilst besieging the city during the eighth crusade. It is built in a Byzantine-Moorish style on a site that was once the Roman Capitol and measures 65 meters by 30. Two square towers frame the facade and a cupola covers the part of the cathedral where the four arms of its Latin cross shape meet. Next to the cathedral is the National Museum of Carthage. It has not been a place of worship since 1964 and its name was changed along with its function in the 1990s. Today, it used for classical concerts and exhibitions, including the Musical October festival. The programme of events can be consulted on the Acropolium's web site.
  • Musée National de Carthage

    Musée National de Carthage

    The National Museum of Carthage is situated next to the Acropolium on Byrsa Hill which dominates the city of Carthage. It is housed in an old seminary of the Peres Blancs (the white fathers, missionaries in Africa) and it was them who started the excavations which form the basis of the collections found in the museum. All around the building itself, a number of excavated sites are found, such as the Roman forum or some Punic houses. From here visitors can benefit from a view over Carthage and the Bay of Tunis. The exhibitions within the museum follow a chronological order, with Punic, Roman, Christian an Arabic objects on display, in fact most of the objects found in and around Carthage. A model of the city of Carthage gives an idea of its size and organisation. The museum is open from 8am to 7pm between April and mid-September and from 8.30am to 5.30pm during the rest of the year.
  • Sidi Bou Saïd

    Sidi Bou Saïd

    Sidi Bou Saïd, a small town with about 5000 inhabitants, is located on the Tunisian coast, about 20 km from the capital, Tunis. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1915, the first protected site in the world. The very hilly medieval village is only accessible on foot, but the TGM (Tunis-Goulette-Marsa) train takes you to the bottom of the hill. A paying car park is also available. In Roman times, the position of Sidi Bou Saïd, overlooking Carthage and the Bay of Tunis, made it a place of strategic importance. Today, this position, and the views it commands, is a magnet for tourism in the area. The Arabo-Andalusian town itself, with its typically Mediterranean blue and white colours, is an arrangement of cobbled alleyways, the houses displaying ornate doors, intricate moucharabieh (lattice work protecting a window) and blue shutters. Visitors can discover the interior of some of these houses, like Dar El Annabi which is a museum today. The town also has a market and numerous merchants selling leather goods and other objects, and a number of cafés (Café des nattes, Café Sidi Chabâane for instance) and restaurants (like Dar Zarrouk).
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