Sudan Hotel Tips by kucha

Sudan Hotels: 15 reviews and 15 photos

Friends: Step One: Avoid Hotels

Try to avoid hotels. Our best accommodation was with the chief of the local village in Um Rawaba. His family served us food (I was allowed to sit at the table as an 'honorary man') which was delicious and plentiful. Staying with friends, as we did in Um Rawaba, is another good idea.

Theme: Bed and Breakfast

Review Helpfulness: 1.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jun 12, 2006
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The Hilton - Sudan

The Hilton

Khartoum Hilton: But if you must...

This was just adequate. The food was only fair. The electricity went on and off throughout the stay. and it took three room changes to get a room where the air conditioning worked a little bit. The staff was indifferent, at best. That said, it is one of the better places to choose in Khartoum due to the central location, views of the river and general feeling of safety.

Unique Qualities: There is a pool, which some might consider essential given the heat of this city. The rooms all seem to have views of the Nile, which can be quite striking at a dusty sunset.

Comparison: more expensive than average

Price: US$40-80

Theme: Hotel

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  • Written Nov 2, 2005
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