Luxury hotels in Nosy Be (Madagascar)
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Do you want to please yourself after your adventure on the big island or are you simply looking for a place for an exotic honeymoon, or are you looking for relaxation after a busy year at work? You have opted for Nosy Be and you want to offer yourself the luxury of a top-of-the-range establishment. After a few online consultations, you don't find yourself because all the photos make you dream! Which one to choose?
In Madagascar, the allocation of stars remains uncertain. The luxury hotel label is rather awarded according to the location, standing and price of the rooms. Most of the luxury hotels in Nosy Be have an attractive setting, it must be said. Even a straw hut can be pretty on this island as it looks like it comes straight out of a postcard. The choice will be made according to your tastes, your personality and your trip.
Most of Nosy Be's luxury hotels have their own private beach, facing the sea. Some have a forest, a large green space or a breathtaking view, on the island in addition. Prices will also depend on the view you have from your room. Establishments that overlook the sea or are located higher up generally cost more.
Other hotels are more of a business type and have opted for a more square, more building architecture. This is to be taken into account for business travellers, for example, in order to have Wi-Fi in the rooms. The scattered bungalow structures cannot necessarily afford it given the logistics.
You can also choose according to the location of the hotel. Those located near the city or better known to national tourists such as Andilana Beach Resort will be more enlivened and ideal for families or friends who enjoy companionship. Others are further away in their area like Mangasoa Lodge or Nosy Komba Lodge. The latter are more isolated, less lively but ideal for couples who want to be in their bubble during their honeymoon.
There are about 12 luxury hotels in Nosy Be whose prices range from 75 to 250 euros per night. Suites's prices may range from 160 to 1,000 euros per night depending on the establishment and the season.
Je vous conseille de bien vous renseigner en amont, car les prix, comme les étoiles ne sont qu'indicatifs et dans certains cas, ne sont pas pertinents. Pour certains, la demi-pension est obligatoire. D’autres sont moins chers mais n’en sont pas moins luxueux et vice versa.
The activities that you are passionate about can guide your choice. Some luxury hotels are located near Sakatia for those who love diving.
Others have a fitness centre for those who want to stay active, or a spa for those who prefer cocooning.
While some hotels fill in all these boxes, others may lack basic equipment and services such as air conditioning, for example, due to their location.
The same applies to the swimming pool. While most of them have them, others do not, because they consider that the ocean around you is a huge natural pool at your disposal. However, they are no less luxurious if we take into account the quality of their service and the comfort of their room.
The decoration of most hotels is generally inspired by noble materials, such as precious rosewood for example. The important thing is to know if you want to play the Robinson Crusoe of luxury or if you would prefer a wooden trinket, but a concrete wall. It's up to you to make the choice that suits you!
Nosy Be remains the most popular destination in Madagascar, I advise you to book in advance if you do not want to be disappointed. From August to October, it is the high season, plan to book 2-3 months in advance!
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