Now Libyan owned and abandoned by the Sofitel hotel chain, the lobby in the late afternoon and evening boasts the biggest collection of hookers in Mali ! Any single guy (or groups of guys) is considered a target, so be prepared. Everything in the hotel is expensive (Mali itself although very poor is not a cheap destination, but this hotel leads the price war. Service in generally slow in all departments, but that is endemic in West Africa, so just be patient. And enjoy fighting off the girls ....
Renovated in 2004, the rooms in this hotel doubtlessly are the best available in any chain hotel in Western Africa.
Unique Quality: Small golf course on the grounds.
The hotel has been fully renovated in 2004.
Bamako is a town of congress and it has to have a very big, luxurious hotel.
The hotel is very expensive, so if your company does not pay for a business stay, there is no value for the money. There are plenty of class hotel for jess than 100€.
The restaurant is good but paying five times the price than everywhere else is not worth.
Unique Quality: In the Centre, high qualified personnel,
Rooms are spacious and everything is new.
Directions: Close to the Casino
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Address: Avenue de la Marne, (formerly Sofitel l'Amitie), Bamako, 1720, Mali