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... 10 minutes to study how to lock and unlock the door of the room. We failed to fix the flood in bathroom, finally stood in...
... doors do not close a part from my worry for climat change my room do not change climat. INTERNET it is not wroking at all, it...
... was really what i wanted it. A quiet place and air condition room and a whole swimming pool for me. Well done and keep up the...
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XUEGANG Z wrote a review Feb 2016
SHANGHAI310 contributions112 helpful votes
It was an old and dilapidated hotel, not belonging to modern age but existing in novels of Maugham's time.
We spent 10 minutes to study how to lock and unlock the door of the room. We failed to fix the flood in bathroom, finally stood in the water to finish the shaving. It got a small terrace ,with two rusty chairs. Yes all iron staffs were rusty, including the stainless fork on the breakfast table. The air conditioner sounded like a marching of a team of tanks. The sheet seemed like a piece of hard printing paper. I was really curious about the servants,how possible they behaved as proudly as in a lobby of a five-star hotel.
I know there are not many options in Djibouti, I am not here to blame anyone, I just feel ridiculous and in a trance, maybe it was not a real hotel but just a big illusion...
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Date of stay: February 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Radik M wrote a review Apr 2013
5 contributions15 helpful votes
I have been travelling all over Africa I hardly complained about a hotel. But this one is very very bad for many reasons. First and as you know in djibouti it is very very hot and when the AC it is not working and the doors do not close a part from my worry for climat change my room do not change climat. INTERNET it is not wroking at all, it happens sometime but do not expect that. BREAKFAST, it is just an absurd concept for them actually there is some bread and some croissant and that is all. Believe me there is nothing more than that. SHOWER and BATHROOM, I was hesitating to take a shower unfortuneately it is not possible to avoid it with this weather. so my advise is do not pay 90 dollars and just go to the beach and you are better off.
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Date of stay: April 2013Trip type: Travelled on business
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Idro207 wrote a review Nov 2012
Bristol, United Kingdom1 contribution3 helpful votes
I stayed for 5 days and i really liked it. The customer service was almost good.The swimming pool was empty at all time it was really what i wanted it.
A quiet place and air condition room and a whole swimming pool for me.

Well done and keep up the good work.

Mr Idro
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Date of stay: October 2012Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Maybe the management has changed since 2012
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kirk c wrote a review Oct 2011
Cardiff, United Kingdom2 contributions10 helpful votes
Where to start!
1:It seams the staff dont understand the concept of air-conditioning, I tried to explain it cools the air in a room and doors/windows need to be closed for it to work correctly. They insisted the wind helps it.
2: No kitchen facilities, when we asked for food on the first day it took about 2 hours to make a steak and chips, which was horrific! I mistakenly looked in to the kitchen and all I could see was a tiled room with a tap and a stack of filthy ''clean plates''. there was a cat running round and the veg was just left on the side covered in fly's. We had no choice at times to eat here because of cash flow. Had loads of money ''just could not get it out of the banks''. All three of us staying there had some sort of illness such as Diarrhea at one point.
3: Pool was used as the local community pool with swimming lessons for screaming kids and some sort of aqua aerobics for the elderly, who swim fully clothed for some strange reason? prehaps to wash at the same time. Pool was also filthy and not correctly maintained.
4: It smelt of raw sewage every time the sea went out - probably due to the fact the locals went out to relieve themselves hoping the tide would carry it away. And I had a see view (how lucky was I)
5: Rooms electrical was a death trap, plug sockets hanging off and no controls for air-con. whenever it rained the water came flooding in to the room from the balcony, and tracked along cables back in to the room and dripped over the air-con and TV.
6:electricity was from an old generator that broke-down constantly and the internet failed at least once every 20 minutes. The hotel staff had no idea how to fix it - i witnessed a few times trying cables in different sockets and unplugging phone lines, I had to tell them that leaving it outdoors in the sun was making it overheat.
5: no hot water anywhere in the hotel. not even the kitchen for cleaning.
6: really expensive!!! there prices were the same as the Sheraton for food, I refused to sign for food a few times because it made us ill. The Sheraton and other hotels were full ''so if your thinking why did we stay here we had no choice! it was a bout $5 for a plate of chips and $20 for a steak. Worst meet ever though! really bad quality.

I could go on but I think you should have the general picture by now. I will post some pictures also.
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Date of stay: October 2011Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Use the Sheriton its far better quality, you pay a bit more but being able to eat without the...
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Sharky91 wrote a review Feb 2011
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Unfortunately most of the decent hotels in Djibouti were full so we were placed in this one.

The rooms were very basic and looking very tired. The shower was like a trickle and there was no running hot water.

The bedding was very old and worn, The sheets didn't fit well.

Room did have A/C and now has free WiFi.

Only ate breakfast in the hotel, it was only a small selection. Coffee pots looked very old and dirty.
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Date of stay: February 2011
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