Long the flagship hotel, this huge raw 13-storey building has a dominant position on the ledge, so stunning views of the neighbouring Congo and Ubangi. The pool is octagonal and pretends to fly over the river as is often empty. To maintain its luxury status, many studies are ongoing and still had not been completed during our visit in June 2012, including the creation of a left-wing and new services.
Of new huts scattered on the rocky outcrop, overlooking the river since 2009 and offering one of the most beautiful views to enjoy currents. The suites on the 13th floor, which enjoy stunning views of the river, have been renovated:
the carpets are in good condition, and despite the crimson curtains, flashy decor, and lampshades ceremonial, all parts are quite comfortable. The tiny balcony with every room is equipped with can enjoy the panorama, and the bathrooms are spacious and functional. Bamara the restaurant next to the bar while mirror coated, is one of the good surprises. African and international quality cuisine is served in a rather lovely bright room with great views of the river. The welcome is friendly and professional.