Corinthia Bab Africa Hotel, Tripoli Libya

Due to sanctions and Western paranoia, travel to Libya was almost unknown and this interesting North African country is almost virgin territory for travelers. Although there are some conditions, especially in the more remote areas that aren’t yet in the class of Western-style luxury, it is safe to travel in most places and the varied scenery and pristine quality antiquities are quite breathtaking.

The luxurious Corinthia Hotel Tripoli, as one of the leading five-star properties in Libya’s capital city, voted one of the best places to stay by Conde Nast Traveller 2010, It has benefited from the recent growth of business travel from the west. With Libya fast gaining popularity as an exciting new holiday destination, there is a renewed focus on the American leisure market.

It is also referred to locally as the Corinthia Bab Africa, is strategically located in the hub of the central business district. The hotel’s two impressive towers that dominate the shoreline of the Mediterranean Sea have become a modern landmark in the thriving metropolis that Tripoli has become.

The luxuriously-appointed 299 rooms, all of which overlook the sea, include 65 Executive club rooms and 34 Suites. The hotel is very close to the cultural heart of the city and serves as a great base from which to explore the archaeological wonders in the Roman cities of Leptis Magna and Sabratha.

Offering first-class service, the Corinthia Hotel Tripoli has set new hospitality standards in the region for both the leisure and business travelers.

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