We were here in february 2013, almost 2 years ago. Rooms basic but ok, for long people beds are rather small. Rooms were clean. Reception friendly, with a little loss of the personal touch, because the owner, a French lady was not present. Breakfast was quite good compared to what we had in the other hotels on our trip with a boiled egg and a small fruit salad as plus. During lunch the restaurant was closed on the two days we were there, because of technical reasons, while it was open in the evening. We had the impression food didn't have the same quality as 2 years ago, but that was thus based on only one meal. We will certainly be back to sleep here.
We spent only one night in this hotel and we had a good time there. Rooms and building is nothing special, but most is clean. The facilities were not new, but all worked. Our room was spacious. In the evening we sat in the well-kept garden and took same excellent cocktails. The most impressing point of the hotel is the friendly staff. Most of them speak English and they try to fulfill all the special wishes you have. This is a fact you cannot find often in Africa. But here they try all the best to feel you comfortable. The food is also excellent and you have a lot of choices. The Hotel is on good position, directly at the main street, not far away from small shops and ATM’s. The free wifi works very good. This hotel is a good example that it’s not necessary to have new and expensive facilities if you clean the rooms and take after for the hotel area. So the bad Hotel Pendjari should learn a lesson from the Hotel Bourgogne. We would definitely stay here again and can recommend this hotel.…
Don't expect 5 star comforts, just enjoy the uniqueness. Great stopover going to and coming from Pendjari Park. We stayed there 2 nights, rooms are clean. Restaurant serves amazing food. Breakfast was decent. We really liked that they had their own products for sale (ginger juice, yoghurt, jams, etc.). As few as you see local products in Africa, we really did appreciate these ones. In the courtyard there is a parrot, who can imitate all the sounds that you can hear from the street as well as from the yard. Pay attention! Recommended. P.S. About 6km outside the town are Kota Falls, go check it out and enjoy a nice swim.
We stayed one night in a rather basic (simple) bedroom. Adequate for Natitingou probably, meaning that one should not expect luxury. The double bed was rather small, as was the room itself and the bathroom. Airconditioning and fan were present. The restaurant had a 3-course daily menu and a fairly good choice à la carte. We went back a second time for dinner. I can recommend the "Antilope Chasseur"
In this hotel and restaurant, we appreciated most and for all the hospitality and the good food, with quite a variety of dishes, which is rather special in Benin. Don't expect to much of the rooms, double beds are rather small and shower is really very basic. The owner helped us to find some really good guides for both the park Pendjari (Kounta N'Tcha: firstname.lastname@example.org: tel 0022997023083) and the village of Boukoumbé (Norbert). Kounta, who has an A- Qualification, is an ambitious and enthousiastic guide, who is also an excellent driver and doing his best to be able to guide englishspeekers as well. We toured three days with him in the parc and saw lots of animals.