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Le100

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DOHAS HOTEL & RESTAURANT for your comfort and relaxation 103 Towama Road- Highway Bo
Le150
Sierra Light House Hotel is a home away from home. The place to be whenever you are in Freetown. Situated at Aberdeen, Man O' War Bay, the seaside hotel as it is commonly known offers one of the best views of the Sea from every guest room in the hotel.
Le150

per night

Eden Park Resort is a new French-Sierra Leonean tourist experience offering guests a true escape from Freetown’s concrete jungle. The resort sits on acres of lush vegetation in full view of pristine Mama Beach with over 20 double and single bungalows as well as 12 ensuite bed rooms. Each bungalow has its own private terrace, bathroom, TV, etc. and offers complete privacy to its occupants.Guests are treated to a private French chef, Speed boat excursions to Turtle and Banana Islands, a swimming pool, tennis courts (in construction), conference facilities, etc. At night, the sounds of frogs, crickets, and ocean waves carry you off to dreamland. Probably, one of my favorite getaways in Sierra Leone so far…For more information visit: www.edenparksl.com
Le150

per night Budget

An ideal venue for workshop,conferences,seminars with a panoramic view of the Atlantic ocean. The Golden Tulip Essential Freetown is a 3-star hotel that offers mordern facilities. Its key location offers a easy access to the city centre which is a 25 minute drive. The famous Lumley beach is just a walk away from the hotel.

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