Retaj Moroni Hotel

Address: Avenue Ali Soilihi, Moroni, Grande Comore, Comoros | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue Ali Soilihi, Moroni.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


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


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Retaj Moroni Hotel

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Moroni

          100 Countries...but who's counting?

          A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 10, 2013

          12 photos

          ... for paint and the buildings were mainly dull, grey cement. On arrival in the capital, Moroni, things didn't look much better. The area around the banks was modern enough but most of the other buildings were lacking in character and colour. Still, all going well, we wouldn't be here long. We had planned to jump the first boat over to Moheli we could and spend most of the next week exploring the national park over there.

          We had booked in at the Moifaka ...

          More reasons why I need a rich husband...

          A travel blog entry by martaj on Jun 16, 2007

          1 comment

          ... giant poster of Westley Snipes on the wall... This was also the town where I had somebody hit on me by simply pulling out a condom and thrusting it in my face... Also gross. Seriously though - the Comoros was an odd experience. Prices are out of this world and I had my first encounter with painful poverty and malnutrition. Rose and I could not figure out how people lived there, we could barely afford it ourselves. What was really interesting though is that ...

          Boating misery

          A travel blog entry by martaj on Jun 12, 2007

          ... 2am I woke up for the 6th time that night laying on my thermarest trying not to touch anything and I felt like somebody was stepping on my bladder!! What the?? Actually nothing so dramatic, i just needed to pee. But really really badly. I had been trying to ignore the feeling for about four hours since I didn't want to face going to the bathroom especially since I didnt even know where it was. Well it was time to face the inevitable... So ...

          Time to leave the Comoros Islands

          A travel blog entry by roseryan on Jun 12, 2007

          ... it (I hope it was exciting!). All for only $15 a night! Seriously, this country is ludacrisly expensive. Marta and I opted to stay for two nights, as Sunday was the island's presidential election, and few cars were given clearance to be on the road that day. The politics of this country are a bit wild - all week, leading up to the election, vans and trucks packed full of people would careen down ...

          MISERY CRUISE 2007

          A travel blog entry by roseryan on Jun 05, 2007

          ... his English isn't much better. Maybe it could work. - The guy who smelled horrible and also happened to be positioned right next to our heads. - The guy who thinks it's a good idea to catch a seagull and show it off in our communal living space. As if it wasn't dirty enough already. - Random mystery bits falling on our faces. We were on the sea - it couldn't have been dirt or dust, so what was the film of junk on my face when I awoke from ...