Sheraton Djibouti Hotel

BP 1924, Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti, Djibouti | 4 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This 4 star hotel is located on BP 1924, Plateau de Serpent, Djibouti.
Map this hotel



    TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Djibouti Hotel

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from Djibouti


    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Sep 27, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Parking Space and then asked the arriving Ramp Control for AVGAS , oh my.... The Procedure goes as follows. Today Friday afternoon 4 PM No Fuel available! Fuel needs to be purchased in Drums , one Drum 200 litre ( 52.83 ) cost $ 1080.00 yes one tausend and 80 bucks, that is an staggering $20.44 per US Gallon.... really ouch.... No payment on the spot accepted , I guess they do not trust the Delivery guy to carry 5 times his monthly ...

    The Gulf of Aden - my other gun's a Kalashnikov!!

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 23, 2011

    2 comments, 19 photos

    This is our 4th day at sea. Rather than give a day-by-day account of our activity, which would be rather repetitive (i.e. got up, had breakfast, laid out in the sun for a bit, came indoors, had some dinner etc… I'm sure you get the picture), I will just outline some of the highlights and observations of 'goings on’ whilst we head ever closer to our next stop - Salalah in Oman.

    Whilst walking on the promenade deck 6, past our muster ...

    Poverty to the Extreme

    A travel blog entry by giftofisis on Oct 07, 2010

    Can you imagine waiting on the side of a warship just to pull in to one of the first countries you've ever been to, but at five miles away you can already smell camel dung? I don't need to imagine, because that's exactly what it was.

    At first, it was understandable because there were camel farms all around the coast by where we were. But when you ride the bus over to the Army base and you happen to see wild camels and people living in open fields and hanging ...

    Cruising down the Suez Canal

    A travel blog entry by lorrog on Sep 13, 2009

    19 photos

    13 Sept
    At 6am this morning we were cruising down the canal with just sand either side and by 7-30 we were in the Great Bitter Lakes awaiting the north bound ships to pass so we could carry on going south, there were around 50 ships of all shapes ans sizes milling around waiting to go north or south, the weather is very hot so passengers are just swimming & sunbathing waiting for their seafood lunch. The Capt told us we were due to leave the lake at ...

    At sea again, Gulf of Aden

    A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on Oct 31, 2008

    ... Car to Elysian Fields, a testimony to the peculiar combination of crminal psychosis, torment, and violence that supposedly inhabits Lousiana, and maybe the American soul (but not New England). 2008.11.2 Goodbye Warship Today is our last day of escort by the USS Mahan, named after a Civil War Admiral. Their captain announced that at 5pm she would approach to take pictures. Our ...