Hotel Merina Yaounde centre

Address: Av. El Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaounde, 14304, Cameroon | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Av. El Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaounde.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Merina Yaounde centre

          Reviewed by joelmeeker

          Good mid-range choice

          Reviewed Apr 13, 2015
          by (47 reviews) Plano TX , United States Flag of United States

          Good value for money. Fairly new; clean. Good restaurant; nice pool deck. Centrally located in Yaoundé. Good choice for mid-range hotel.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Merina Yaounde centre

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

          Travel Blogs from Yaounde

          A long drive east, north and south

          A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Sep 15, 2015

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... or so we drove past Édéa with its giant waterfall. Since it’s the rainy season now, the falls were particularly impressive, but impossible to photograph from the car. The bridge railings are wide and at just the level to block a clear view. Around Édéa we hit a serious security control where police checked the papers of the car, driver and all the passengers. "It’s because of Boko Haram" I was told. I asked “all the way down here, but they’re far ...


          A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 14, 2015

          ... by his aunt's house (where he lived while studying nearby). He said that he wanted to prove to her that his beliefs / his church was real. I guess that the extended family doesn't think much of the beliefs and practices he was taught by his parents as a child. However, whatever they think they still supported him as he completed his studies. It was a quick visit during which we were offered whisky. Mr. M replied that he thought it was a little too early for a whisky (9:30 ...

          Lurching North

          A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 13, 2015

          ... We continued about 45 minutes on this wide dirt road, with the future N1 paralleling us here and there. Then we arrived at Nkoteng, the deepest that I have ever been into the jungles of Central Africa. As we came into town, we saw large sugar can fields all around us. This area has long been home to a large cane sugar plant and a few others are in the region. We stopped in what we estimated to be the center of town and gave Mr. Tsimi a call. ...

          Trip to Nkoteng

          A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Nov 05, 2014

          3 comments, 6 photos

          This morning, Ben, the driver was at the hotel at 6:30 so we could leave at 07:00. It turned out he was from the north-west of Cameroon and English was his first language, so we spoke English, although his English was harder for me to understand than his French. The African accents tend to be more pronounced in English, that is to say, different from British or American English. I think the French have stayed more engaged in their former colonies, so there are more ...

          Margaret Atwood's The Year of the Flood, 2009

          A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 17, 2014

          ... hundred low-rise apartment units. True, we have to go outside for all goods and services, but if it were proposed to put in a cafe or shop or recreation hall, I'm sure it would meet with approval. And, more to the point, we wouldn't be asked, it would just happen. Even I could only object intellectually, not emotionally. And if these services are good to have inside the wall, why not schools, hospitals, airports, etc? (At this a few of ...