Acropole Hotel

Address: Zubeir Pascha Str., Khartoum, 11111, Sudan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zubeir Pascha Str., Khartoum, is near Fiat Tagliero, Cathedral of Asmara, Nda Mariam Othodox Church, and Al Khulafa Al Rashiudin Mosque.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAcropole Hotel Khartoum

    Reviewed by csyattara

    A home away from home

    Reviewed Jan 7, 2011
    by (4 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

    If you are in need for a comfortable place to stay in Khartoum Hotel Acropole will have to be on your short list. All the staff from the owners to registration, kitchen, cleaners and others are very friendly, competent and accommodating. They ease your travel burdens wherever they can. It almost feels a bit like family. Why look somewhere else?

    The rooms are comfortable and clean, everything works, including the free internet. The kitchen serves a wide variety of delicious food, which is prepared by loving hands. Ask for something and people will go out of their way to serve you. As for me, Hotel Acropole is the place to stay in Khartoum.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Acropole Hotel Khartoum

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    Travel Blogs from Khartoum


    A travel blog entry by yoni on Jan 14, 2008

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    January 14, 2008
    Khartoum, Sudan
    When we entered Sudan at Wadi Halfa the immigration official warned us that we had to register with the Ministry of the Interior within 3 days. To register we need a letter from our hotel, which we cannot get until after noon because the manager is in a meeting.
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