Hotel Royal Palissandre
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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
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We spend the morning relaxing at the hotel with a dip in the pool. No rain today and no moths! Our driver picks us up at 11:00 to take us to the airport, but first with a quick stopover at a market where they sell Sapphires. When we get there it turns out that it is guys selling gems on the street, with no certification of authenticity, no thanks. We leave fairly quickly, but not before making a purchase of 1kg of fresh lychee. Yes! Lychee season has begun, and I ...
... that the new president was a former DJ and that the government is not all it might be. Of course, I need to know more but it is obvious that there is a need for infrastructure since there is no electricity at night and no street lights in most neighborhoods. Of course, where I am staying there is electricity and wifi. There is pollution and overcrowding but when you meet the people and hear the music and have fried bananas in the market and hear the language and ...
... Then we couldn’t get the wifi to work in the room. The travel agent, a woman named Hary (I was expecting a fellow) arrived to explain the overnight trip we had planned to start tomorrow morning.
Then the man who had requested the visit, Patrick, arrived and we sat with him for some time during which I explained my background and that of our church association and answered several biblical questions he had. I explained how ...
... immediately came up to me and introduced himself as Tiva. I confirmed the amount of the price and we went to his unmarked taxi car.
We began the drive and he tried to tell me that I didn’t have enough time and I should ride the busses because they are so unreliable. I listened patiently and continued with the various small talk questions and unconsciously translating his broken sentences.
He continued driving. We arrived on the main road. I was not prepared after ...
Want to eat delicious food, get lost on a convoluted bus system, and appear on a radio show? Look no further than a week in Antananarivo with Lee and Sarah. After my folks hopped on the plane from Antananarivo, I headed over to Sarah's apartment at the Ilofav Lutheran center. She has a great host family there who fed us to bursting every meal. Her host father is a pastor in town, and he ...