Cheap hotels in Nosy Be (Madagascar)

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Nosy Be - Hell city - Madagascar

Tsinjo Hotel has 18 luxury rooms.17 rooms for 2 people including 9 rooms are with a terrace1 room for 4 people ...

Antafondro, Hellville - Madagascar

3 comfortable traditional bungalows and very special dishes await you at soa Vola for an unforgettable experience for 2 ...

Ambondrona Antsiranana Province, Madagascar, 207 Nosy Be - Madagascar

This Hotel is located in Ambondrona located at 3km from Dar Es Salam the city which is 10km from Hell-City, on ...
Starting from 30 €

BP 271 Ambondrona Avaratra - Madagascar

The friendly atmosphere of the Chez Teresa restaurant welcomes visitors on holiday to Nosy-Be. Located on the pedestrian street of Ambatoloaka, ...

II 07 E041 Andilana II 07 Antanamitarana, Andilana, Nosy Be, 207 Andilana - Madagascar

This establishment is located in Andilana near the beach, in a very quiet environment 21km from the airport fascene ...
Starting at 35 €

Hell City - Madagascar

Located in the city center of Nosy-Be Madagascar.Propose rooms, spacious family suites for rent for a pleasant stay in ...

BP: 466 The Hell City Fire Powder - Madagascar

In the center next to the bar La Porte Rouge. Economic room (shared toilets), with private bathrooms (hot water, ventilated or ...

BP 268 Ambatoloaka - Madagascar

Located in Ambatoloaka close to one of the most beautiful waters of Nosy be.Hotel Benjamin is a small hotel ...
Starting at 60 €

Boulevard du Docteur Manceau, Hell-City (Andoany) - Madagascar

The Hotel de la Mer is a hotel whose colonial-style building dates back about a century. It is therefore...
Starting at 15 €

202 Jalan Chihampelas, Cours CCI d'Hell-Ville, Nosy Be - Madagascar

This low budget hotel is suitable for travellers who want to stay in Hell-Ville without ruining themselves.
Bed and breakfast, La Petite Perle welcomes travelers on a getaway to Nosy Be in its cozy and family atmosphere.
Starting at 40 €
Charming hotel a few minutes from Ambatoloaka
The "Sunset", not far from the Clair de Lune, offers a sea view of Nosy Be and a friendly atmosphere.

Dar es Salaam - Madagascar

The Tsara Hotel enjoys a prime location in Moramanga, the crossroads town leading to the east coast of Madagascar.
Panoramic view of Hell-city
The Diamont hotel, a restaurant I've known for a long time but that photographer Jean Charles Lavictoire made me discover

Learn more about Cheap Hotels Nosy Be

You have a small budget and you are looking for an affordable hotel for your stay in Nosy Be? Against all preconceived ideas, Nosy Be is not only about luxury. And you can afford to stay in a good place without ruining yourself.

Where can you find low budget hotels in Nosy Be?

The idyllic setting of Nosy Be makes it much easier to choose your hotel. Whether it is luxury, intermediate or economical, you will certainly find yourself in the tropical atmosphere of the island. Several choices are possible. The important thing is to know if you want to be in town, in a small building or a little further away. It is even possible to find low-cost hotels by the sea.

How to choose a low budget hotel?

A budget hotel does not only depend on the price displayed per night, but above all on the quality/price ratio offered. You can face some overtaxed services in so-called luxury or intermediate hotels, or you can spend an authentic stay in low-cost accommodation.

In any case, our opinion remains the same, at the risk of repeating itself: make sure you know beforehand. We list the possibilities on this site. You also have links to TripAdvisor here and feel free to read the travellers' reviews!

How much does an economy room cost in Nosy Be?

From 5€ to 20€ per night, you can find your own account.

There are all kinds of them: guest rooms, homestays, small bungalows, youth hostels or simple hard rooms.

There are also rooms for all types: single, double, twin, triple or family.

Do not hesitate to ask for a quote, it does not engage you to anything!

What services can be expected?

Price obligates, the service is just as basic: a bed, a desk, a fan, sometimes a safe. This depends greatly on the hotel you have chosen. A few extra euros can make you get better rooms or breakfast included.

Take note of these tips because they may be useful to you:

  • Some hotels only have shared toilets. They can have a very correct maintenance, but others are definitely to be avoided.
  • Even with a private bathroom, there may be no hot water or only one bucket of water at your disposal to compensate for the low shower pressure.
  • Bugs are frequent in Madagascar, even in some luxury hotels. It's the climate and nature that does that. Know at a glance, or simply via an informed advice, the difference between an establishment with nature's bugs and those resulting from poor maintenance or questionable hygiene of the owners.
  • In some areas, some low-cost hotels are used as pass rooms.
  • Unless you stay in a guest room or with a host family where you can enjoy family meals like at home, catering can become problematic in some cases. Alternatively, you can fall back on the gargotes or visit our selection of restaurants in Nosy Be to find out where to eat.
  • Booking services can sometimes be outdated. Make sure everything is in order before you arrive.
Do you have to book in advance?

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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I see you coming, it's a big promotion and a scam, right?

In fact it's simple, Live Madagascar is not a booking site that takes commissions (like for example) or a travel agency. This page was initially a simple blog on Nosy Be with tips I wanted to share because I have been living in Madagascar since 2006. Today, he has become a complete guide on the big island, but it remains a site I don't live on financially!

But why this website then?

  • Provide information because Madagascar remains too "mysterious" for some people on how to get there or how to get around, what to do, what to discover etc.
  • Show you my results live. If you are reading these lines, you should have noticed that I am often 1st on the various google searches with a nice emphasis. It's part of my job. Thus if you are a professional and you need a website or an improvement of your visibility in general, please let me know!