How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Rova Hotel Antananarivo
Travel Blogs from Antananarivo
... Isalo National Park trek for us plus tansport to and hotel in Tulear as well as onward transport to Ifaty.
Day 1 - Ranohira - Namaza Campsite
Day 2 - Namaza Trail and Blue/Black pool plus Crest Trail
Day 3 - Canyon campsite - Canyon de Makis
Day 4 - ...
... by Joe Henderson, one of my favorite compositions and I was amazed at how they interpreted it. No horns at all. Piano, electric bass, guitar, drums, with the Norweigian violinist. I had serious flashback and after some time I realized that I was in Madagascar and not in Slug's in New York where I think I first heard Joe Henderson. Of course I could be wrong about that.
After the set, the President of Madajazzcar announced that they were having the finals of ...
... wouldn’t allow it. We were told they would threaten to bite if we tried, and then they’d just leave. So we left them alone so they would stay close by allowing us to watch them and take photos.
I think Marjolaine would have stayed all day; it really was a lot of fun. But it was lunch time and we had a three and a half or four hour drive back to Tana yet before us. The ranger and we took the canoe back across the stream and offered to take us to ...
... we were going at this stage. We managed to get over both these hurdles, park the cab and get to the Sonatra office. I’m pretty sure we paid too much at 15000 Ariary each but we insisted on getting the seats behind the driver as advised by Sonia. The hardest part was ensuring they knew we didn’t want to go right that minute but wanted the 10am on Sunday (2 days later!!). In the end we paid a deposit and left with tickets that seemed to be fine.
Back in ...
... To avert your eyes from the infants standing half-naked in dirt and squalor, marinating in feces, urine, and germs of all types - some their own, many of others. To run out of ways, at the end of a long day, to discriminate who deserves that bill in their hand and who has to miss out today.
When you are accosted on a daily basis, simply due to the colour of your skin, for the mere fact that it is expected that you have something to give, it ...