Novotel Libreville Rapontchomb

Address: Boulevard de l'Independance, Libreville, BP 48, Gabon | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Niseko Onsen area of Libreville, is near Port de Pêche, Mauritania Sahara, Terjit Oasis, and Arguin Bank National Park.
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    • Swimming pool
    • Restaurant
    • Fitness/Health center


    • Shuttle bus service

    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Setsumon Kutchan-cho

    Reviewed by ramy.dragon1

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    Reviewed Dec 11, 2011
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Setsumon Kutchan-cho

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    Travel Blogs from Libreville

    First leg...

    A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 24, 2014

    ... drove was a crowd of people waiting en masse outside of a large bakery called Pain Victoire. This was obviously "the" baking company of Kinshasa from which many if not all bread re-sellers bought baskets of plastic wrapped loaves to carry around and sell during the day. The signs for Pain Victoire kept appearing. At one point, we even passed a large industrial facility that looked like the central production plant for the bread products. All kinds of other ...

    Mpoko to Libreville (FOOL), Gabon

    A travel blog entry by worldmaddog on Dec 27, 2013

    8 photos

    ... half a million citizens, about half the total population of Gabon.
    We flew the 727, and made a visual approach and landing to rwy 16. The city is located near the coast itself, and landings permitted only from rwy 16.

    Next stop, Brazzaville!


    A travel blog entry by sydl87 on Aug 06, 2013

    2 comments, 77 photos

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    The one thing I can’t forget, of course, were the smells coming from the kitchen when I first arrived. They were heavenly! About ten minutes after I arrived, lunch was put out on the table. Now, this was no ordinary lunch – it was garlic infused leg of lamb, with fingerling potatoes, green beans, and fresh mango for dessert. DELICIOUS! And that was only my first meal! Everything was prepared by a man named Thomas (pronounced Toe-mah as Gabon is a ...

    Soweto and Back to Libreville

    A travel blog entry by pmk123 on Nov 21, 2012

    3 photos

    ... the order in which the residents are slated for relocation to new housing). The housing we saw spans the spectrum from these shacks, to converted barracks for single men who were mine workers, average small homes which show much pride of ownership to what Kosai called "Beverly Hills" (still modest by our standards). There is much work being done and change is in the air. We see the coal fired power plant which the government deposited in the township ...

    How did a layover become the Midnight Express?

    A travel blog entry by pmk123 on Nov 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... lounge. I saw the kindness of strangers and the potential for animosity among brothers. Would I do it again? No thanks! Am I angry at anyone....probably not. Did I always feel this way? Honestly, not really, but hopefully alls well that ends well. I suspect my day in Gabon would make a good training exercise for SAA on what not to do. Great practice for the Amazing Race!

    Left Gabon at 1:30 am ...