Major cities have a range of accommodations available, from shabby hotels to 4 star establishments. Prices vary accordingly.
In Tripoli, there are four international-standard hotels: the Radisson Blu, (http://www.radissonblu.co...), the Al Waddan (http://www.waddanhotel.com/) and the Rixos Al Nasr (http://www.rixos.com/rixo...) are brand-new opened in 2009/2010 and offer excellent accommodations and services, while the older Corinthia Hotel, is located adjacent to the old city The Medina or "Al Souq Al Qadeem". Other hotels are Bab-Al-Bahr, Al-Kabir, and El-Mahari. Several smaller hotels have opened around town, such as Zumit Hotel (http://www.zumithotel.com/en/), an old, beautifully renovated hotel, next to the Old Roman Arch in Bab-Al-Bahr.
Manara Hotel, a tidy 4 star hotel in Jabal Akhdir, east of Benghazi, is next to the ancient Greek ruins of Appolonia Port.
While it seems to be diminishing with the arrival of more tourists every year, Libyans have a strong tradition of taking travellers into their own homes and lavishing hospitality on them. This is certainly true in smaller towns and villages.
There are several good hotels in Tripoli's Dhahra area, near the church like Marhaba hotel.
Youth Hostels, associated with the IYH Federation HI, are available. Please contact the Libyan Youth Hostel Association, â +218 21 4445171.