This hotel is better than average for a hotel in Africa. Mali is a country in conflict so they are doing well despite it. My room was average, the bed was comfortable, the bath was ample and there were plenty of amenities. The hotel is still going through renovation. The restaurant had a small menu but the food was tasty. The breakfast buffet was good. The basic salad I had for lunch was one of the best I've had in a long time. The beef medallions with sauteed potatoes were very good. WiFi was available all over the hotel. Once I signed in, I could go anywhere without losing my connection.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A leading choice for discerning travellers in Bamako, the 5-star Azalaï Hotel Salam is ideally positioned to cater for business travellers and foreign officials in the capital of Mali. Conveniently located between the new administrative district and Bamako's International Conference Centre, the hotel regularly hosts NGO workers, international delegates and visiting professionals. Azalaï Hotel Salam stands out from other premium accommodation options in Bamako due to its high management standards (ISO 9001 certified) and commitment to warm, generous service imbued with the spirit of West African hospitality. Guests enjoy access to a full range of facilities, including state-of-the-art meeting rooms, reliable Internet access and an assortment of on-site eating and drinking venues. Sprawling gardens, tennis courts, a fitness centre and large swimming pool round out the leisure facilities. ... more less
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