Hotel Royal Palissandre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Royal Palissandre Antananarivo
The Palissandre is a perfect hotel in terms of location, service and above all, the integration between management and the staff.
I believe it's hard to keep the hotel style and everything working perfectly at the same time.
Congratulations to the team!
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Royal Palissandre Antananarivo
Travel Blogs from Antananarivo
On our last trip to Africa, we talked about a reunion trip to Madagascar. Two years later, four of us found our way to Antananarivo, aka Tana, to start our trip through the southern part of Madagascar, the world's fourth largest island only Greenland, New Guinea, and Borneo are larger. We left Wisconsin on Monday afternoon and arrived at our Tana …
... in the city - the rice paddies are surrounded by waterways - women wash clothes in these waterways and leave them on the banks (right by the road) to dry - there is a shop for everything - rice, vegetables, fruit, meat, phones, random plastic stuff... - people don't look African. Some do. But most look a variety of Asian. - everywhere looks like Asia - shoes are optional - no 3G. As I checked into the hotel, the reception desk had warnings up, not to go ...
... to sleep too much, in order to avoid too much jet lag. Plus, I couldn't sleep that well because it was too cold!
We arrived in Tana International Airport at midnight. It’s a pretty small airport, we got out of the plane “old style”, on the tarmac. Since they only have one small bus to bring the luggage to the airport and back, it took a long ...
... it. We devour the whole bag as we drive back through Tana to the airport. The beautiful purple Jacaranda tress have almost lost all its blossom now, and the rain has started again. It looks so different to three weeks ago! Well thats it, our three amazing weeks in Madagascar are coming to an end. This trip has been semi-planned since 2009/10 when we where looking at honeymoon options, and to now have realised the dream is incredible. We feel so ...
... of the mature trees are hollow and are used as bars, shops or habitats for animals. The fruit that grows on the tree known as "monkey bread" is used for medicines and is full of vitamin C. The Big Baobab Pub is inside a baobab tree that has been carbon dated at over 6,000 years old. These massive trees live for ...