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5/5Perfect1 Reviews
Djibouti|8.08km from downtown
This is second time, I am staying in this hotel. Perfect hotel with good gyms, swimming pools, wifi etc. For food different choices, from Italian to local catch of the day fish. If you are a fish lover, try the restaurant outside. Its a open restaurant where they cook fresh fish once you ordered. Top level stuff.. Customer service was excellent. From cleaners to managers. Perfect hotel if you are staying in Djibouti.
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4.2/5Very Good4 Reviews
Djibouti|5.47km from downtown
This is a central, quiet hotel with large rooms. It’s an older hotel and there can occasionally be a few standard African maintenance issues, but what sets it apart are the brilliant staff. The front desk team of Mohamed Abdo, Mohamed Ahmed and Naguiba (recently from the Sheraton) are the engine that keeps this hotel humming. There is hot water; good air conditioning and reasonably fast WIFI. From organizing airport transfers (the driver will be there at your appointed flight arrival time even though it’s a 2-3 hour wait for the airport Covid testing); taxi transfers and even laundry while I was visiting Lake Abbe and Mogadishu (to be billed upon my return), they performed brilliantly. And always with a welcoming smile and greeting. Truly a class act. The breakfast buffet is very good when there are a sufficient number of guests. Other days, you can always get croissant, bread and pain au chocolat, cereal, yoghurt, and a made to order cooked breakfast. They also make fresh orange juice. The dinner and lunch menu is currently a bit restricted but they will make you something you like. Food is okay. Restaurant closes at 10 pm but there is 24 hour room service. If you have an early flight they will prepare fruits snd a drink for breakfast to go. I wouldn’t consider staying anywhere else when next in Djibouti.
FromUS$155.00
3.5/52 Reviews
Djibouti|8.19km from downtown
Djibouti is EXPENSIVE. Fortunately this hotel has a decent rate including a good spread for breakfast included in the rate. But the food and drinks menu, like pretty much anywhere else in Djibouti, is insanely expensive. Expect to pay US$7 for a beer and US$20 for your meal. The wifi is 3Mb/s so it's not bad, but spotty and keeps disconnecting. Rather buy a local SIM card from Djibouti Telecom where you can get LTE/4G speeds of up to 40Mbps. The shower water has only one temperature, tepid, after leaving it running for a while, there is no choice for hot or cold, just one tap. I could feel the springs in my mattress which was not pleasant and the duvet inner lining must be some kind of recycled PET plastic because I sweated under the duvet, even with the aircon and fan running. Otherwise the rooms are clean and modern and the staff are cordial and professional to deal with. It would nice if they included a kettle in the room for tea and coffee, but they don't.
FromUS$136.00
2.5/53 Reviews
Djibouti|6.19km from downtown
I stayed in the Sheraton Djibouti for a total of 3 nights and it was nothing more than OK. The name Sheraton has a cool vibe to it, one expects an upper class hotel, but this doesn't cut it in total, at all. There are apparently refurbishments ongoing, I could see signs stating this but at no time during my stay did I actually witness any ongoing renovations so unsure about this. To summarise: The gym: Good. Pretty good mixture of weights and machines, the view is quite something, overlooking the ocean. The rooms: Beds are OK, rooms in general are really worn down The restaurants: Menu is OK, if you sit outside in the evening do expect mosquito bites (and yes, malaria is present among many other things) The staff in general: Except for the guy who was supposed to deliver my laundry to room 332 (marked by 2 huge notes in the bag from the laundry crew) but delivered it to room 322 and didn't notice until I complained to reception twice, the staff are very hospitable and helpful. If it wasn't for them, this place would've gotten a 2 star rate from me. And, do expect power outages. At the time of writing, Friday 28th, it has happened 3 times already but this might be as expected here in Djibouti?
FromUS$221.00
0/50 Reviews
Djibouti|5.44km from downtown
With a stay at Capital Hotel Djibouti in Djibouti, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Central Market and Hamoudi Mosque. This hotel is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Port of Djibouti and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Stade du Ville.Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a television in a common area, and tour/ticket assistance.Enjoy a meal at the restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).Make yourself at home in one of the 40 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
FromUS$150.00
0/50 Reviews
Djibouti|6.94km from downtown
The Sing's Paradise Hotel provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Sing's Paradise Hotel is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Djibouti. The hotel is just 11km away from Ambouli Airport. Seeing Djibouti's sights from this hotel is easy with Place Menelik, Khor Ambado Beach and Port of Djibouti all close by. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
FromUS$79.00

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5/51 Reviews
This is second time, I am staying in this hotel. Perfect hotel with good gyms, swimming pools, wifi etc. For food different choices, from Italian to local catch of the day fish. If you are a fish lover, try the restaurant outside. Its a open restaurant where they cook fresh fish once you ordered. Top level stuff.. Customer service was excellent. From cleaners to managers. Perfect hotel if you are staying in Djibouti.
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FromUS$307.00
4.2/54 Reviews
This is a central, quiet hotel with large rooms. It’s an older hotel and there can occasionally be a few standard African maintenance issues, but what sets it apart are the brilliant staff. The front desk team of Mohamed Abdo, Mohamed Ahmed and Naguiba (recently from the Sheraton) are the engine that keeps this hotel humming. There is hot water; good air conditioning and reasonably fast WIFI. From organizing airport transfers (the driver will be there at your appointed flight arrival time even though it’s a 2-3 hour wait for the airport Covid testing); taxi transfers and even laundry while I was visiting Lake Abbe and Mogadishu (to be billed upon my return), they performed brilliantly. And always with a welcoming smile and greeting. Truly a class act. The breakfast buffet is very good when there are a sufficient number of guests. Other days, you can always get croissant, bread and pain au chocolat, cereal, yoghurt, and a made to order cooked breakfast. They also make fresh orange juice. The dinner and lunch menu is currently a bit restricted but they will make you something you like. Food is okay. Restaurant closes at 10 pm but there is 24 hour room service. If you have an early flight they will prepare fruits snd a drink for breakfast to go. I wouldn’t consider staying anywhere else when next in Djibouti.
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3.5/52 Reviews
Djibouti is EXPENSIVE. Fortunately this hotel has a decent rate including a good spread for breakfast included in the rate. But the food and drinks menu, like pretty much anywhere else in Djibouti, is insanely expensive. Expect to pay US$7 for a beer and US$20 for your meal. The wifi is 3Mb/s so it's not bad, but spotty and keeps disconnecting. Rather buy a local SIM card from Djibouti Telecom where you can get LTE/4G speeds of up to 40Mbps. The shower water has only one temperature, tepid, after leaving it running for a while, there is no choice for hot or cold, just one tap. I could feel the springs in my mattress which was not pleasant and the duvet inner lining must be some kind of recycled PET plastic because I sweated under the duvet, even with the aircon and fan running. Otherwise the rooms are clean and modern and the staff are cordial and professional to deal with. It would nice if they included a kettle in the room for tea and coffee, but they don't.
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2.5/53 Reviews
I stayed in the Sheraton Djibouti for a total of 3 nights and it was nothing more than OK. The name Sheraton has a cool vibe to it, one expects an upper class hotel, but this doesn't cut it in total, at all. There are apparently refurbishments ongoing, I could see signs stating this but at no time during my stay did I actually witness any ongoing renovations so unsure about this. To summarise: The gym: Good. Pretty good mixture of weights and machines, the view is quite something, overlooking the ocean. The rooms: Beds are OK, rooms in general are really worn down The restaurants: Menu is OK, if you sit outside in the evening do expect mosquito bites (and yes, malaria is present among many other things) The staff in general: Except for the guy who was supposed to deliver my laundry to room 332 (marked by 2 huge notes in the bag from the laundry crew) but delivered it to room 322 and didn't notice until I complained to reception twice, the staff are very hospitable and helpful. If it wasn't for them, this place would've gotten a 2 star rate from me. And, do expect power outages. At the time of writing, Friday 28th, it has happened 3 times already but this might be as expected here in Djibouti?
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FromUS$221.00
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