A hidden gem in eastern Algeria, Sétif is a tourist and business destination steeped in history. Our new hotel in Sétif makes for modern and comfortable accommodation from where you can explore the culture and lifestyle of the city's locals. Sétif was part of the ancient Berber kingdom of Numidia which lends it a unique history. You are bound to stumble upon remains from the Roman era as you venture through the city. Step into Djémila and imagine a bygone era in the midst of this glorious temple where the populous worshiped Roman gods like Jupitor, Juno and Minerva. Today, this remarkable site is home to a basilica and a bustling market. A noticeable treat for visitors is the Ain El Fouara, a stunning fountain cascading with fresh cold water. Crafted by French sculptor Francis de Saint-Vidal, the fountain is over a hundred years old. Feast your eyes on exquisite Roman mosaic and other intricate artefacts at the Sétif Archaeological Museum. Feel welcome at one of the hotels offered by AccorHotels and our partners in Sétif. Discover our selection of luxury and budget hotels for your next business trip, family holiday or weekend break as you bask in the history of Sétif.

Our hotels in Setif

0.67 k.m from the city centre

The newly opened Novotel Sétif hotel is ready to welcome you right in the heart of the city of Sétif, just 7.5 miles (12 km) from Sétif Airport. The h...

0.67 k.m from the city centre

Located right in the center of Sétif, and just 30 minutes from the international airport, the ibis Sétif is the first hotel from the AccorHotels group...

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