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Sheraton Djibouti Hotel
The Sheraton is back with a vengeance. After an extensive renovation in 2012, it now ranks as one of the best value options in Djibouti City...
Djibouti Palace Kempinski
Well-heeled Arabian businessmen, Western military officers and soldiers, folks from various intelligence agencies and African bigwigs – they all end up here. It’s all very ‘Bond, James Bond’...
Imperial Resort & Red Sea Hotel
Property Location With a stay at Imperial Resort & Red Sea Hotel in Djibouti, you'll be convenient to Hamoudi Mosque and Central Market. This hotel is within the vicinity of Stade du Ville and Camp Lemonier.
Property Location With a stay at Acacias Hotel in Djibouti, you'll be connected to the airport and close to Hamoudi Mosque and Central Market. This hotel is within the vicinity of Stade du Ville and Camp Lemonier...
Le Héron Auberge
An attractive, secure compound in a residential area, Le Héron is Djibouti City’s best value hotel. Rooms: well-appointed and clean as a whistle. Facilities: top-notch and free. Staff: competent and friendly. Location: on a peaceful street...
Auberge Sable Blanc
Tucked away on a quiet street running parallel to Blvd de la République, this little modern construction is a discreet place (sometimes used by adulterous couples) with eight clean, if rather unloved, rooms and salubrious bathrooms...
Obock & Les Sept Frères Archipelago
Facilities are fairly run-down at this campement about 5km east of the centre, but the location is ace – it’s right on a blissfully quiet beach with excellent swimming and snorkelling. Lovers of seafood will enjoy the cooking here...
Campement Touristique D'asboley
This campement touristique (traditional huts with shared showers and toilets) is set in the most surreal landscape you’ve ever imagined...
Campement Touristique De Bankoualé
If you want to get away from it all, look no further...
Campement Touristique De Dittilou
This campement has helpful and friendly management offering a series of well-designed daboytas (traditional huts) brimful of rustic charm. They are set against a lush and peaceful landscape. The laid-back restaurant is chilled and the food is great...
Campement Touristique De La Forêt Du Day
If you like peace, quiet and sigh-inducing views, you’ll have few quibbles with this atmospheric campement in the village of Day, at an altitude of 1400m, close to the Forêt du Day. The traditional huts are welcoming and the toilet block is kept clean...
Obock & Les Sept Frères Archipelago
The owner of Campement Oubouky, Abdou, rents out a comfortable and well-equipped four-bedroom house near the Cimetière Marin. One room has a private bathroom and two rooms have air-con.
Dar Es Salam
Right in the African Quarter, the Dar Es Salam would be a dependable budget choice were it not for its lack of facilities and noisy location. Rooms vary in size, light and noisiness so ask to see a couple before you settle on one...
Popular with expats, aid workers and businesspeople, this well-managed establishment gets kudos for its convenient location, immaculate rooms, back-friendly mattresses, squeaky-clean bathrooms and professional service...
Hotel Ali Sabieh
One of the most reliable options in town. Top marks go to the clean-smelling rooms, the back-friendly mattresses and the immaculate bathrooms. Another plus is its position, right in the thick of things.
Hôtel De Djibouti
Located in the heart of the African Quarter, this classic, long-standing shoestringer’s haunt may not be the most memorable stay of your trip, but it’s an economic option for anyone in need of a good night’s rest with basic fixings like functioning ai...
Under new management, the Horseed is a reliable choice for unfussy budgeteers, with bare but serviceable rooms. The owner, Kadar Ismael, has lived for 10 years in Canada and speaks excellent English; he’s a mine of local information...
Hôtel Restaurant Le Golfe
Under French-Ethiopian management, this low-key but well-kept resort, popular with French soldiers and their families, is situated in a relaxing waterfront setting, about 1.5km from the town centre...
Lagon Bleu Village
This is a good place to take up a Robinson Crusoe lifestyle without sacrificing comfort, with 19 well-equipped bungalows, a restaurant and a diving centre. Divers should ask for package room-and-scuba deals with the on-site dive centre...
Le Corto Maltese
A modernish and reasonably priced choice, Le Corto Maltese is right on the seashore, about 1.5km west of the town centre. The adjoining 18 rooms are well organised, with good bedding and large bathrooms...
It’s hard to top the Menelik’s location, smack-dab in the centre. Service is acceptable and the rooms provide good levels of comfort and hygiene but, to be honest, you pay for the location. Cash only.
Plage Des Sables Blancs Campement
Right on the beach, this is a good place to chill out for a couple of days. Accommodation is simple (beds and mattresses only). Transfers can be organised from Djibouti City at weekends (DFr17,500 flat rate including full board)...
Résidence De L’Europe
This venture gets by on its tip-top location, a waddle away from the restaurants, bars and clubs. There’s no great luxury involved and some of the furnishings have seen better days, but the 24 rooms are spacious and kept in reasonable nick...