Hotels In Liberia, West Africa

 

 

 

Travelling the continent of Africa is definitely on every traveller’s primacies. Of lately, the continent renewed itself and gave way to a much-needed wave of civilization and tourism.

People are taking interest in the Dark Continent and of the many places of interest; Liberia in West Africa is on everyone’s front cards.

Liberia; an Overview

Liberia is a relatively small country surrounded by Sierra Leone and Guinea. It is a country with US ties and the country capital, Monrovia is even named by an US president James Monroe. Mangrove forests cover the coastline.

The climate is a typical equatorial climate rendered by the close proximity of the country to the equator. It is hot all the year round and rains heavily in the months of October- November. The winters are also not pleasurable owning to the dry Harmattan winds that blow. The amount of dust and debris that is brought in during this time proves to be a real menace. Traveling during these months is strictly unadvisable.

 

Monrovia is the capital city with a population of a million. Other major cities, which are great tourist attractions, are Robertsport (good for surfing), Greenville, Harper and Paynesville (an excellent spot for base-jumping).

If sports are not your forte, you still can have a very good time in Liberia. There is the Sapo National Park and the Blue Lake, which are good places to see. The providence islands, where the first Liberians lived, might also interest you.

Hotels in Liberia

Once you reach Liberia, which apparently is not a Herculean task as the country is well connected, you must find a good hotel to stay in. below are some of the best picks in Monrovia and around. Your stay can be very expensive if you want such amenities and the same can be very affordable if you stick with the basic ones. Blog quiniela

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The Cape Hotel (Mamba point, Monrovia) is the best one in the city, rated by the tourists. The hotel provides you with the best facilities including a pool and gym, which no other hotel in the city has. Other amenities include high- speed internet, parking, restaurant and room service.

The Mamba point Hotel in the UN drive, Monrovia is ranked 2 in the list of good hotels in Monrovia. It has 55 rooms and is a favorite among the political guests due to its proximity to the Liberian Government Ministries. The facilities include parking, restaurant (highly recommended), room service, suites and a pool.

 

Next on the list is the RLJ Kendeja Resort and Villas. It has a beautiful location at the beachfront with 76 rooms and private villas. It also has presidential suits and a restaurant, spa, gym pool many shops and not to miss, a business Centre with state of the art facilities. It is definitely the best option for you if you wish to pamper yourself after a day’s tour!

Royal Hotel (15th street, Tubman Blvd. Sinkor, Monrovia). It is another property, which is not a bad deal. It has all the amenities that you would need while your stay in the city. Though the hotel is good, some of the guests might not like it much as the décor is not very attractive. But over in all a very good value for money.

Though most of these hotels and many other guesthouses have security arrangements, it is also advised that you take care of your belongings. It is particularly unsafe for women travellers to be typically exploring the unseen parts of the city.

Though the people of Liberia are very hospitable and generous, rapes and other such crimes are ever increasing. So be a little careful and you would surely have a great stay in the city.

Hotels In Liberia, West Africa

Hotels In Liberia, West Africa

Travelling the continent of Africa is definitely on every traveller’s primacies. Of lately, the continent renewed itself and gave way to a much-needed wave o

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Hotels In Liberia, West Africa
Hotels In Liberia, West Africa

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