National Hotel

Address: Avenue de France, Bangui, Central African Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenue de France, Bangui, is near Marché Central (Central Market).
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          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews National Hotel Bangui

          2.00 of 5 stars Fair

          Travel Blogs from Bangui

          The Asiatics, Fred Prokosch, part 2

          A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 25, 2014

          ... everyone a soul? How much money have you got?"

          The little hypocrite, I thought to myself. But I felt flattered nevertheless. Strangle your mother, poison your father, slaughter your children -- wicked, yes, but forgivable.

          "We are all ashamed of Pandrapore. No one ever visits it. It is going to the dogs. We die, you understand. We become a rabbit. We become a tiger. We become a cow."

          Even fat Ganesh had a chipped ...

          Bata (Equatorial Guinea) to Mpoko - (FEFF)

          A travel blog entry by worldmaddog on Dec 26, 2013

          8 photos

          Once again a zig-zag pattern, back inland to Mpoko, Capital of Republic of Central Africa.
          Departure was very and humid conditions and a runway that was very marginal, with obstacles at either end.
          Flight itself was uneventful, landscape was half desert and half African Savannah...we performed an 11DME arc approach to rwy 35.
          Next flight we go back to the Coast, to Libreville, Capital of ...

          Spring Break! WHOOOOOOOHOOO!

          A travel blog entry by cjost on Feb 20, 2009

          ... work is at a standstill because it is difficult, make that impossible, to find good batteries in Bayanga. No one, myself included, likes the idea of walking night transects "sans torch," so here we are. I decided before we left Bayanga that I would find some way to stay at a hotel as I felt it was time for a mental getaway and a few days of relaxing, recharging, and reflecting. In the past a ...

          The Central African Republic-179th country!

          A travel blog entry by tom-of-boracay on Dec 02, 2008

          10 photos

          ... for a big tourism influx:problems with the infrastructure, electricity blackouts for many hours on a daily basis,no rent a car companies and no tourist hotels make the CAR a difficult destination. On my first day I was almost arrested while making a photo of the Bangui cathedral. There are still some laws from the time of the infamous emperor Bokassa (1976) that forbid making pictures without a ...

          Lost in translation...

          A travel blog entry by cjost on Sep 02, 2008


          ... t) I found an unknown source of patience in my body and just waited for everyone else to get their bags first so that I would not have to fight the crowd! Things here are going well so far, fingers crossed, and I think have adjusted well to this point. Being here in CAR gives me a very different feeling than I have had when visiting other countries, it's almost like I have been here before, ...