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Hotel Djoliba

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Brest, France
Reviewed 23 February 2017

This hotel is next to another hotel, it's along the road. The service is good and stuff is friendly. The breakfast is average and so is dinner. There is not a lot of places to sleep at so this is quite a good place to sleep at. It's clean and secure.

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Lome
Reviewed 2 December 2016

A very good hotel. Very clean rooms, good food. Not expensive. Good location in the center of town, close to the river. Best deal in town. The capitaine is very good. Also try the gazspacho and the pastas with fresh tomatoes.

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New Jersey
Reviewed 6 November 2016 via mobile

As part of a 4 1/2 hr drive from Bamako to Koutiala we stopped here for lunch. Our host had been here several times. We were immediately shown to a lovely outdoor table for 10 and served fresh bread, cold water and offered a variety of menu items selecting West Nile perch and steak - both very delicious and perfectly...

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Tbilisi, Georgia
Reviewed 17 April 2015

If you come to Mali, you are a real traveler and you know what you are looking for. Sure it's not luxury but culture, history and the incomparable charm of this country. Therefore you are prepared for dust during the dry period, nights under the sky and villages with no electricity. But the "centre" to make sorties into Djenne, Dogon...

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Reviewed 6 May 2014

After a long, hot bus ride from Burkina Faso it was great to arrive somewhere with good AC in the rooms and a nice bar to sit in and have a cold drink. The room was a good size, clean and had a good shower (although we had to wait for the water pressure to crank up as we had...

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Lodz, Poland
Reviewed 28 January 2013

Lovely clean and cosy hotel just in the center of Segou. Big rooms and spacious bathroom with hot water anl lovely towels (scarce product in Mali). Very comfortable big bads. Good restaurant and bar. Nice green gaden in the patio. Helpfull staff. Hotel changes money if the banks get closed. The best place I tried in Mali.

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Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 15 January 2012

Really clean hotel with a nice restaurant (food os ok but not memorable). The best of Segou. Restaurants next to hotel are better and cheaper. The hotel has a nice staff and the owner is now canadian. Be sure to ask if our room is in the main building of the hotel. The hostel has an annex 10 min walk...

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Baltimore, Maryland
Reviewed 8 December 2011

It's been a long time since I stayed at the Hotel Djoliba, but I have fond memories of my nights there. The hotel is very well-kept, with an excellent restaurant. The courtyard is charming and calming, and there is a terrace where guests can have a drink in the evening and where the pizza is baked on the weekends in...

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Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 13 December 2010

Though I did not plan but I stayed here by chance while visiting the city. The hotel though samll is neat and clean. Food served was also good and resonable. Above all when I checked my Iphone could get free wifi access and could check my mails and reply in a zip.

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Gainesville, Florida
Reviewed 15 February 2010

in the middle of Mali's second most important city lies this little oasis of german culture. great food, great place, would always go back there again

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Address: BP 119 | Centre ville, Segou, Mali
Region: Mali > Segou Region > Segou
Number of rooms: 19
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