Best hotels and hostels in Monrovia

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    Mamba Point Hotel

    Monrovia's finest hotel is an institution. It has 60-plus beautiful rooms, decked out with stylish furnishings and luxurious bathrooms (the suites are divine, with stunning sea views). Staff are top-notch. There's an excellent terrace restaurant, adjacent sushi bar, a casino, a pool, a gym and a cocktail bar.

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    Royal Grand Hotel

    The Royal is one of the classiest hotels in town. The complex holds plush rooms (including presidential suites from US$890), a coffee shop, a hair salon, an art gallery, an Asian-fusion restaurant and a rooftop cocktail bar. If you want pampering and the closest thing to five-star service in Monrovia, this is it.

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    Palm Hotel

    Located in the very heart of the city, the Palm is secure, clean and comfortable, with free in-room wi-fi and a great rooftop restaurant. Try to score a room with a balcony.

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    Cape Hotel

    This reasonably priced option features an on-site terrace restaurant, parking and a pool. It's a particularly well-maintained space with a lovely terrace to while away hot afternoons; friendly, helpful staff will provide endless local tips. The smaller 'suites' are really just slightly larger rooms; the larger suites have kitchenettes, and apartments have full kitchens.

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    Corina Hotel

    The main draw here is reasonable rates, something lost to most Monrovia hoteliers. Comfortable, clean doubles come with breakfast. It doubles as a conference hotel, but this means the security really is top-notch. There's a decent barbecue restaurant (meals US$5 to US$10), and at the time of writing there were plans to also open a coffee shop on-site.

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    Bella Casa

    A sound midrange boutique-style option, Bella Casa is a short walk from Capitol Hill and the UN building. They might not quite evoke dreams of Italy, but the rooms are comfortable, clean and come with air-con, desks and free wi-fi. The suites are large, with stylish bed linen and a more luxurious touch.

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    Golden Gate Hotel

    Yes, there is more Asian than African decor and it won't win any awards, but this relatively clean and affordable-for-Monrovia option hits high marks for being a consistently acceptable place to stay.

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    St Theresa's Convent

    Cheap and cheerful St Theresa's has rooms that back onto the convent and religious centre. There's a 10pm curfew.