The Tamboho Hotel boasts an exceptional setting created by a combination of traditional African authenticity and modern upscale amenities. The hotel is located near a lot of Antananarivo Tana city area highlights including the Zoma, the Independence Avenue, the Queen's Palace Ranavalona, Tsimbazaza Zoo, the riches of nature and the Malagasy lemurs, Ambohimanga and his palace, and a variety of marketplaces boasting crafts, basketry, wood carvings, semi precious and precious stones. This 30 roomed hotel offers a restaurant boasting European cuisine and flavors of the islands, heated swimming pool and a la carte spa treatments. Enjoy the reception area design, its cozy atmosphere and quality services in an atmosphere Malagasy. With free WIFI connection, available throughout the building, Tamboho is one of the best hotels in Antananarivo Madagascar.
Conveniently located in the district Ankorondrano, within the precincts of private and wooded Tana Water Front, the Tamboho Hotel offers guests a haven of calm and peace to a few minutes from the bustling city center and close to business districts. Standing on the banks of a small lake and surrounded by rice fields on the one hand, and various shops on the other, the Tamboho seduces you with its unique mix of traditional Malagasy architecture and western comfort. Here, design and technology coexist harmoniously with respect and tradition, the best craftsmen in the capital were invited to express their expertise in refining the local materials such as rock, wood, iron, aluminum, precious stones or the raffia. The result is a mixture of both contemporary and authentic particularly warm and original, conducive to a calm in the city to the twelve hills.
Light wood and bamboo flooring, large bedding, bathroom modern design and calming view of the pool and lake. Each of the 30 guest rooms is spread over all 3 levels, most boasting a small terrace and are air conditioned. Other features of these bright and spacious guest rooms includes Internet access, a flat screen TV and an in-room safe. Hot and cold drinks (water, soft drinks) are made available in the self-service on each floor. 26m2.
Enjoy use of a day room.
Light wood and bamboo flooring, large bedding, bathroom modern design and calming view of the pool and lake. Each of the 30 guest rooms is spread over all 3 levels, most boasting a small terrace and are air conditioned. Other features of these bright and spacious guest rooms includes Internet access, a flat screen TV and an in-room safe. Hot and cold drinks (water, soft drinks) are made available in the self-service on each floor. 33m2.
With its bright, unobstructed view of the lake and shaded terrace, the restaurant offers an original and refined menu combining the delicacy of local flavors with classic recipes. Each morning guests can feast on a buffet sytle breakfast. In the morning and afternoon, the bar staff welcomes you to the cozy tea-room, a warm and friendly atmosphere that greatly appeals to Antananarivo during lunch and dinner service.
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