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If you have ever been to Niamey before, you know there aren't too many branded hotels. There is the Grand Hotel, Gaweye and the newest of the bunch, Soluxe. Of these, Gaweye is the priciest (Heads of State stay here), and Grand Hotel is the...More
I spent nine weeks at the Grand Hotel in 1987, while waiting to find a house to rent. I used its terrace as my "office" to hold meetings with people and write up reports, maintained sanity by swimming in the pool and became good friends...More
This is one of those hotels that try to live on past glory way past the expiry date! I am sure this place would have had its time at the top of the list a couple of decades back, but now it is nothing more...More
We actually stayed at the hotel in November 2011 for a period of 3 weeks. The hotel is quite well situated with tiny shops outside, a bakery etc so you can get all essentials if you need.
We had reserved a bungalow located away from...More
A part from the friendly staff I really don’t see what else I found to the positive ...outdated with terrible internet connection ..The morning breakfast is not included in the room price and handled but a random gentleman in not very clean attire. Same for...More
No place in Niger has "consistently good" wifi connectivity. If laptop-internet is mission critical, purchase an Orange (brand) 3/4G stick for direct connection to their network but be prepared, c'est tres cher... More
No place in Niger has "consistently good" wifi connectivity. If laptop-internet is mission critical, purchase an Orange (brand) 3/4G stick for direct connection to their network but be prepared, c'est tres cher! Alternatively, you can purchase day/week/month service for your unlocked smartphone w/ a local sim.