Hotels of Bamako, Mali

Grand Hotel de Bamako 
- HotelYear Built - 1952 Year Remodeled - 2004Additional Property Description - Le Grand Hotel Offers you a Comfortable Haven in the Middle of Downtown Bamako. All the Business Activities of the Capital Are Situated Within Easy Reach of the Shaded Palms of Le Grand Hotels Gardens. The First Hotel Built During the Colonial Era, This is a 4 Stars Renovated in 2004. Le Grand Hotel Has Always Enjoyed Hosting a Variety of Guests Coming To Mali, Business or Cultural.
Sofitel l'AmitiГ© Bamako 
- HotelYear Built - 1977Additional Property Description - 5 Star Hotel Offering 191 Rooms.the Sofitel L Amitie Bamako Hotel is Located At Niger Side, in the City Center of Bamako, in the Embassy District, in Walking Distance of the Market and of Craftsmen House, Next To the National Museum of Mali. With a Cont Emporary Style, the Hotel Features Restaurants, Bars, Night Club. Additionally, the Sofitel Hotel Offers a Fitness Centre, an Outside Unheated Swimming Pool, Massages
A friendly place with a warm atmosphere. It?s a hotel fully equipped with the latest technologies, all rooms at affordable prices and a superb gastronomic restaurant.
Kempinski HГґtel El Farouk Bamako 
The Kempinski HГґtel El Farouk is the first international five star hotel to open in Bamako, the capital of the West African Republic of Mali. The hotel is the first address for business travellers.
Charming little hotel with its famous Loire castles named rooms and WIFI connexion. It has a nice swimming pool with a massage wall, a gastronomic restaurant Breton style, an American bar to listen to music or play Pool, a home made ice cream sold in the famous Bakery, an artisanal shop, a library, a nursery and a small prayer center. The Balneotherapy center offers calm, relaxation with hydro jet, Press therapy and an Aesthetician.
Located on top of Badala Hill, on the Express Road to the International S?nou Airport, 10 min from downtown, Olympe International Hotel is a 4 stars story building, equipped of 132 spacious and comfortable rooms (bathroom, Satellite TV, direct International line, and Internet connexion). The hotel also offers a gastronomic choice with his 2 air conditioned restaurants around the swimming pool.
Sofitel L Amitie Bamako 
Sofitel L'Amitie Bamako is a modern, 16 floor hotel centrally situated alongside the River Niger and the National Museum of Mali in the embassy district of Bamako, the capital city of Mali in Western Africa. The 191 guestrooms feature African influenced contemporary decor in chocolate and cream tones with wooden furnishings. All open onto balconies with river or pool views and come equipped with satellite television, dial up Internet connections, minibars and safes. Bathrooms include shower/tub combinations, makeup mirrors and telephones. <BR> Guests can work out in the fitness centre, play tennis and enjoy a round of golf on the nine hole course, before relaxing with a massage or pampering themselves with rejuvenating beauty treatments. Sun worshippers can bronze on the terrace and enjoy refreshments from the poolside bar, before cooling off with a dip in the large outdoor pool. The contemporary La Table du Chef restaurant opens onto a terrace overlooking the hotel gardens and serves a range of dishes from around the world, while African fare is served at the open air grill restaurant by the pool. In the evening, guests can enjoy live jazz in the American style bar before trying their luck in the casino or dancing the night way in the disco. The hotel's conference facilities can accommodate up to 500 people, and those with laptops can get online via wireless Internet access in public areas (surcharge). Other amenities include onsite shopping, a cash machine and an airline desk. Motorists will find complimentary secure parking available on site. The National Museum of Mali is adjacent to the hotel and the local area also offers a bustling market. Bamako Senou Airport is 15 kilometres away, with an approximate driving time to the hotel of 20 minutes.

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