Monday, August 24, 2009

Crepissage at Hotel Djenne Djenno. More mud is applied to smooth away the ravages of the last storms.

And here is something to gladden my heart: Not one but FOUR new trip advisor reports. All very good; We now have 11 reviews!

From a solo traveller from Santa Cruz California on the 9th of August :
'I second other reviewers by saying this was the nicest hotel I stayed in while in Mali. I especially enjoyed the owner's choice of interior design and traditional architecture. The water pressure provided a good shower - rare during my two week trip in Mali. The food was excellent and the cocktails the hostess offers on the roof top was such a treat overlooking the mosque and city at sunset - very beautiful - a trip highlight for me'

From Glasgow on 19th of July :
'Very good hotel and restaurant in the outskirts of Djenne - the owner is very nice and helpful and knows a lot of things about the area. Try the cocktail and stay for dinner as you won't find a better restaurant in Djenne. Perhaps is not the cheapest option in Djenne, but I would not try to save money in a place like that!'

From a French visitor on the 3rd of August :
'très bon hotel, architecture à l'image de Djenne
Super coucher de soleil sur la mosquée sur la terrasse de l'hotel'

From a Belgian guest in June :
'Une addresse incontournable'
Quel plaisir de connaître une étape dans cet hotel à Djenne. A la sortie de la ville, au calme, se trouve ce bel établissement d'architecture locale, de tout confort, avec des chambres assez petites mais de caractère local. Un service très cordial, une bonne table, des plantes et des fleurs à profusion, voilà un hotel a conseiller sans aucun doute


Blogger Gilliane said...

Congratulations Sophie, The Scottish reviewer
didn't mind that it wasn't cheap. Praise indeed !

6:26 AM  

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