Hotels in Conakry, Guinea

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Conakry, Guinea
29 Jun — 30 Jun2
Conakry, Guinea
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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Conakry:$300/night
Cheapest price found:$41/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$94 - $334
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$106 - $229
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Cheapest hotels in Conakry, Guinea

Grand Hôtel de l'Indépendance
Bp 2nd Avenue, Conakry, Guinea
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1.0 km from city centre, Conakry, Guinea 

This pet-friendly hotel is located in Conakry and offers free Wi-Fi and outdoor tennis courts. It also provides a beauty centre, a hair salon and an outdoor heated pool.

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Palm Camayenne
7.4 Good
Corniche Nord, Camayenne, Conakry, Guinea
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3.5 km from city centre, Conakry, Guinea 

This modern hotel in Conakry offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as massage services and an outdoor pool. It also features a terrace with panoramic sea views.

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Where to stay in Conakry

About Conakry

Sprawling along the Kaloum Peninsula as it juts into the North Atlantic Ocean, Conakry serves as the economic, financial and cultural heart of Guinea. It was originally founded on Tombo Island when the British ceded it to France in 1887 and boomed following the country’s independence in 1958. It’s home to a monumental mosque and several colourful markets and serves as a gateway to the picturesque Loos Islands.

Things to do in Conakry

Delve into the local history at the Sandervalia National Museum, which houses a large collection of artefacts from various ethnic groups across Guinea. Browse the model houses, masks and musical instruments on display, together with statues depicting some of the nation’s most prominent cultural and political figures.

Dominating the city is the immense Conakry Grand Mosque, which was built under the reign of Ahmed Sékou Touré and stands as the largest mosque in Sub-Saharan Africa. It can accommodate up to 12,500 worshippers inside and an additional 12,500 people on its large esplanade. The adjacent gardens feature the tombs of national heroes, such as Alfa Yaya and Samori Ture.

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Conakry, jump aboard a boat to the Loos Islands, a small archipelago that’s home to blissful beaches, rocky coves and the former penitentiary of Fotoba. Spend your days swimming, kayaking or hanging out with the local villagers before feasting on fresh seafood plucked from the North Atlantic Ocean.

Getting around Conakry

Conakry Gbessia International Airport is the main gateway to the city and is located around 20 minutes’ drive from the centre. Long-distance buses connect Conakry with destinations across Guinea. Mini-buses are the main means of getting around the city and private taxis are also readily available.

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  • What are the best hotels in Conakry?

    Noom Hotel Conakry is a very popular hotel in Conakry, with a score of 7.4 from 394 reviews. Sheraton Grand Conakry (7.9 from 145 reviews) and Palm Camayenne (7.4 from 186 reviews) are also highly rated Conakry hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.