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Lotus Bleu Hotel

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Istanbul, Turkey
Reviewed 24 December 2014 via mobile

I really did not like this hotel to be honest. First of all I did not like staff attitude. Room was not really well-built. Breakfast was disaster. My bed was like holly water-bed :)) Just for sake of my clients I suffered (he arranged himself). Otherwise I never stay even it could be free of charge

Thank isocan75
Iloilo Province, Philippines
Reviewed 25 June 2014

There are some rooms at very cheap rate which are not very comfortable (no windows), but the bigger rooms are good value. Clean, big, comfortable. No pretentions. The hotel is located in an area with ample choice in restaurants and entertainment. I prefer this hotel to the '5 star' hotels which go at double the price. Reservations at tel +24101778185

1Thank pabloInGamba
Reviewed 7 November 2013

Stayed at this property for 3 nights.The area is residential and little bit secluded.Basic breakfast is provided by the owner (Chinese lady) kind but straight forward on reasonable charge.Rooms are small but clean .Toilets were clean .Please ask for rooms on upper floors only

3Thank aprajit1110
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 19 February 2013

Its a small BB in the middle of Libreville. Its in a very secluded area and it was safe- could walk around even at night and had no problem at all! The owner is a Chinese lady from Shanghai who was very kind...the facility is very old and has no decoration whatsoever, but the rooms are always clean and the...

Thank Suzano_BR
Dakar, Senegal
Reviewed 10 July 2012

Do not have great expectations with the Lotus Bleu: this is not a Chinese palace but a well-managed hotel by a Chinese couple. No restaurant but continental breakfast and bar service. Rooms are basic but clean. The location in Montagne Sacree may not be as convenient as Quartier Louis but it is close to other restaurants and bars. It is...

Thank Pitape
Reviewed 1 April 2012

Reviewing the comments on this website for our first visit to this country, my colleague and I decided to stay at this hotel for a 2-day business rather than other big ones which are more expensive than our daily allowances. The hotel’s home-like front desk/bar counter welcome guests, and the rooms we got near the bar counter were clean and...

Thank Fukuyan
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 12 February 2012

Its a very affordable hotel...close to a few restaurants- 10 to 15 min walking distance. I have been to the Le Meridien in Libreville last time I was in Gabon and if you compare both of the hotels, this one wins by a big margin....Le Meridien is expensive and does not have the price justified by the product they deliver....

1Thank Suzano_BR
Geneva, Switzerland
Reviewed 27 October 2010

This basic clean hotel is an option for short business stays where you just need a clean room and a working internet connection.

Thank MexicanPerspective
Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 29 August 2010

I am afraid I have found the hotel a bit overrated based on previous comments, which is why I had picked this hotel for a two noghts stay while in transit in Libreville. On the good side: The price is great. About $80. Location is good in a relatively quiet neighbourhood, except for a few dance clubs down the road...

2Thank foubrac
Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 25 June 2010

We stayed in this hotel 11 nights for business purpose in June 2010. First, the price is more than acceptable for Libreville - 35,000 FCFA equivalent of 68 USD. Second, it is very well situated in downtown LBV at 10 min walk to the central area of the city (restaurants, stores, artisan market, etc.) Last, is very clean, extremely quiet...

1Thank Canadian_trotter_514

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Additional Information about Lotus Bleu Hotel

Address: Montagne Sainte | Face Polyclinique Biyoghe, Libreville 3301, Gabon
Region: Gabon > Estuaire Province > Libreville
Number of rooms: 236
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“Upper floor rooms are easier to get at, more comfortable.”
pabloInGamba, 25 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Pl ask for rooms on ground /first floor only .Dont take rooms in basement”
aprajit1110, 7 Nov 2013 | Read review
“Dont stay at room 7 because it has a window directly to a laundry facility...if you are a light sleeper you will be awake at 5 in the morning.”
Suzano_BR, 12 Feb 2012 | Read review
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