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Hotel Indico

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Reviewed 10 April 2017

Nice hotel one minute from the beach, bars and restaurants. Excellent value for money with clean rooms and good air-con. Free wifi. Friendly, helpful staff and good breakfast. This is about my 6th stay here on business trips - the only complaint I ever had was on one occasion my room backed onto the bakery and was very noisy. No...

Thank DianeinNamibia
Princess Anne, Maryland
Reviewed 13 March 2017

The Indico was my base camp during a two week farmer to farmer assignment. Next to a bakery with great bagettes for about 8 cents each. The rooms were modern and the internet was decent. Breakfast was fine as long as you like omlettes.

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Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

BERIA IS a provincial city up the coast from Maputo. It has a Indian Ocean access busy port but does not accommodate mega freighters. Freight support activities appears to be major econmic center. Otherwise agriculture along river is economic base. Hotel Indico is a what you would call a boutique hotel. About 20 rooms on second level. Ground floor has...

Thank droffilc
Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

Couteous staff, well situated around the Mira mar bar & restaurant and the Oceania sunlight. It's also a walking distance from the coastline. Breakfast is ok, no other menu item in the day. Centralized to other parts of downtown Beira.

1Thank Uzo U
Reviewed 22 April 2016 via mobile

Pleasant little hotel. Polite and friendly staff. Clean rooms. Breakfast a bit dismal. Surprisingly quiet considering the surroundings. Close to a number of reasonable restaurants. Not badly priced. Would be good to have a laundry facility.

1Thank Rachel Jennifer S
Reviewed 6 February 2016

I'm writing this at 23.30 from the Indico. (06/02/2016) It's not possible to sleep - the bakery attached and belonging to the hotel is working a night shift and it's not quiet. I've asked to be moved to another room but the attitude of the man on reception was argumentative. He refused and also refused to put me in touch...

1Thank DianeinNamibia
Asheville, North Carolina
Reviewed 27 October 2015

Spent 2 weeks at Indico. Staff generally helpful. One English speaker at front desk very helpful. Room extremely clean with above average quality bed. Though some are small, mine more than large enough. Bathroom about the best I've seen in less developed Africa. Immediate, decent pressure hot water in shower, and newly tiled bath. Good flat screen TV with limited...

Thank dmcnslt
Reviewed 27 August 2015 via mobile

Very good hotel.. Best choice to stay in Beira.. The breakfast is very good and the fresh bred unbeliveble.. Flat screen tv's on the rooms with good chanels to watch.. Good gym downdtairs.. Location good near the miramar beach.. Couple of restaurants nearby.. Bus to pick up at the airport..

1Thank Adam A
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 24 January 2015

I stayed here for 6 days when I was in Beira for work. My room was small, but since I was by myself, that was fine with me. It was spotless, as mentioned by other travellers. The A/C worked well (aside from the first night, when it kept going out every hour or so). The wifi was spotty, but the...

Thank A R
Clinton, North Carolina
Reviewed 18 January 2015

Spent 2 weeks on a job assignment at the Hotel Indico. Many of the rooms are quite small but larger rooms are available and I got one. Good AC and cable channels in my room but not sure all rooms have good TV. Internet connection is fair. My room sits over a bread bakery and oh, does the bread smell...

Thank NCBW

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Address: Largo Afonso de Alburquerque, Beira 2100, Mozambique
Region: Mozambique > Sofala Province > Beira
Number of rooms: 7
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“Request a room that does not back onto the bakery.”
DianeinNamibia, 9 Apr 2017 | Read review
“avoid rooms that back onto the bakery.”
DianeinNamibia, 6 Feb 2016 | Read review
“Rooms on west side are very hot in the afternoon....”
NCBW, 18 Jan 2015 | Read review
“Ask to see rooms first. Higher numbers are better. Confirm tight fitting screens.”
  • small single beds
JerimiahJ223, 8 Jul 2013 | Read review
“Rn. 115 is the best”
435MikeG, 2 Dec 2012 | Read review
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