Le Meridien Mandji
Le Meridien Re Ndama
Parthenon Residence Hoteliere
Nomad Suites Residence
This hotel is an old standard in the Quartier Louis, where you'll find plenty of decent midrange options for around the same prices as those at Le Patio.
The cheapest option in the city, with clean, fan-cooled rooms and a calm atmosphere - but beware the occasional morality lecture.
On the road out to the airport, the Intercontinental is a popular full-service hotel with health club and business services (including wi-fi).
Beachfront Le Maisha is the epitome of luxury in the presidential suburb of Sabliere, with each room decorated with its own opulent theme. It was closed for renovation at the time of research, but may be functional again soon.
Smack in the middle of a bustling downtown neighbourhood is this popular choice with well-organised, 24-hour services. Point confused taxi drivers towards 'en face de la Maison du Combattent'.
This Spanish-owned hotel in nightlife-packed Quartier Louis has a nice lobby with pool table and bar, and a good restaurant with local and Spanish specials. Rooms are all off a cute patio; the ones on the brighter second floor are nicer.
Another full-service hotel with health club and business services (including wi-fi). Further downtown than the Intercontinental, it has a beautiful pool area with an ocean view.
Just across from the airport, this is an old favourite and possibly the best setting to relax in Libreville.