If you’re looking for a hotel in Guinea near Guinea Palais du Peuple then you are in luck. momondo recommends 3 hotels near Guinea Palais du Peuple and on average, hotels in the area cost €116/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Guinea Palais du Peuple are typically 26% more expensive than the average hotel in Guinea, which is €85.
|Low season||March||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||April||most expensive time to stay|
|58%||expected price decrease|
|34%||expected price increase|
€48 - €170
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Monday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€118||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€158||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Noom Hotel Conakry|
Hotels Near Airport
Located along the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean is the West African republic of Guinea that’s home to many cities. Of the most significant, you’ll find the nation’s capital, Conakry, followed by the economic and commercial center, Nzerekore. Lastly, Gueckedou is known for its densely populated markets that attract traders from Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Côte d’Ivoire. For a city that sits along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, Conakry promises unmissable sightseeing opportunities and paid attractions like the National Museum of Guinea for a glimpse of 18th-century artifacts that speak for Guinea’s natural and cultural history. If it’s your first time in West Africa, you can find cheap hotels in Guinea, like the Sheraton Grand Conakry, Palm Camayenne, and Noom Hotel. Because the public transportation system in Guinea isn’t particularly developed, using taxi services or hiring a car right from the airport is most practical.
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, good beaches can be accessed at the Ile de Roume, Ile de Kassa, and Ile de Loss off the Kalome Peninsula. A paid expedition to seek the source of the Niger River that flows from north of Foroknia to Bamako makes for an unforgettable guided adventure. If you’re up for a hike, the Fouta Djalon highlands are known for their beautiful landscape atop Mt. Loura. With a paid guide, you can also explore the Kakimbon Caves and spot some wildlife in the northeast savannahs between the Mali border and the Tinkisso River. We recommend that you book hotels in Guinea within the CBD like the Riviera Royal to enjoy the conveniences of city living.
Guineans like to create their own fun in the street. As such, you will see people singing and dancing along to West African music or playing traditional instruments, which makes for an enjoyable night. You can stay at Guinea hotels like Le Petit Bateau or Hotel Restaurant Oceano, then party like a local in Faranah as the city has many cafes, restaurants, boulevards, and markets that come alive after sunset, waiting to be explored. Eating out is one of the many pleasures of visiting Conakry. French restaurant Le Damier and Mille Patte in downtown Conakry have international menus that revolve around traditional Guinean dishes like chicken Yassa, cassava fufu, fried plantain, and Mafe groundnut stew. As the national dish of Guinea, chicken Yassa is popular with tourists, thanks to its unique onion and lemon-infused marinade. Enjoy a selection of fresh seafood like the popular gambas (prawns) and lobster at Obama Café, then head to Amore Mio to quench your sweet tooth with crowd-pleasers like salted caramel, hazelnut, and crème brulé ice cream.
If you’re visiting Guinea during the peak tourism months of September to February, you will quickly realise that the capital of Conakry is where all the action is. As such, we recommend staying at Guinea hotels in the CBD area like the Palm Camayenne to enjoy the conveniences of transportation to top area attractions. Learn about the French-speaking West African country with a paid visit to the Natural Museum of Guinea in Conakry. A must-try is a paid tour of the Cultural Center that houses local cultural artifacts and handmade souvenirs. With a paid guided tour, you can drive to the border of Sierra Leone and Mali to see the famous Lady of Mali figure. The ancient sculpture of a woman carved into a rock still baffles scholars to date. Some believe it was an act of nature, while others argue it’s man-made. Near the Conakry Botanical Garden, which contains the tombs of respected Guinea heroes, is the largest mosque in Sub-Saharan Africa called the Grand Mosque of Conakry, which is free to enter.
The number of operators available for hotels in Guinea is 70 as of December 2023.
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