Best hotels and hostels in Conakry

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    Noom Conakry

    The brand-new, boat-shaped, Noom Conakry is where the city puts on its most sophisticated face. It's a face that comes with an infinity pool overlooking the ocean, several top-quality bars and restaurants, tree sculpture art and huge black-and-white photos mounted on the walls. And all that's before you've even entered one of the very swish rooms…

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    Hotel M'lys

    This small, central place is turning the Conakry hotel scene on its head. Gone are drowsy overpriced rooms and lacklustre service. In are business smart rooms in soothing whites and browns, back-and-white photographic art, warm and welcoming staff, a cool delicious lipstick-red cafe-restaurant and an outdoor garden bar. All for a price that can't be knocked.

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    Pension Les Palmiers

    The doily-adorned couches, cute living room and caring owners make this one a five-heart guesthouse, if not a five-star hotel, and as such it seems to attract a diverse collection of business people, aid workers and the occasional tourist. The rooms are modern, and polished, with comfortable beds, reliable electricity, internet connections and plenty of hot water.

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    Riviera Royal

    More affordable than many of the city's top-end hotels, the Riviera Royal has a tropical-garden vibe with rooms in small blocks scattered under the palm trees. There's a huge pool, bar, restaurant, nightclub and various sporting facilities.

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    Hotel GHI

    Once, in a now quite distant past, this was the swankiest hotel in Conakry. Today it's fading rapidly but it still retains a lot of charm and offers good value for money. Rooms are of an impressive size and there's a pool overlooking the sea. It's a popular wedding venue so can be noisy at weekends. Prices don't include breakfast.

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    Hotel Coleah

    Smart, freshly painted mustard-yellow hotel with African masks on the walls and large, cool and comfortable rooms with impressive bathrooms. For Conakry it represents real value for money, but it's often full, which means booking ahead is wise.

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    Maison d'Accueil

    Essentially the only real budget accommodation in the city that foreigners are likely to be able to stay at. Conakry's Catholic Mission has clean, simple rooms in a peaceful setting on the edge of the central Kaloum district. However, being such good value for money (for Conakry) means that it's often fully booked.

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    Sacha Hotel

    This is a cheap, comfortable city centre hotel painted in an unmissable lurid yellow. The cheapest rooms, which all face inward, are actually quieter, and therefore a better bet, than the larger, noisier and more expensive road-facing rooms.

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    Hôtel du Golfe

    The eye-catching red Hôtel du Golfe offers refreshingly cheap rooms, which are large and well-maintained. It's on a quiet side-street.

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    Hotel le Rocher

    The service is friendly and personable at this small, central hotel, but overall the place is starting to show its age and comes across a little overpriced compared to what else is available. The deep, cool, blue courtyard pool is the hotel's biggest selling point.