Looking for a place to stay in Libreville? Then look no further than Le Patio, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Libreville to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a mosquito net, and you can stay connected during your stay as Le Patio offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. Plus, Le Patio offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying at Le Patio, visitors can check out L'Eglise St-Michel Libreville (1.6 mi) and Notre-dame de Lourdes (1.8 mi), some of Libreville's top attractions.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Roma Restaurant, Amigo's Restaurant, and Le Confidentiel, all of which are a short distance from Le Patio.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out St Marie Cathedral (0.4 mi), a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Le Patio.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Le Patio as you experience everything Libreville has to offer.
When I first got here I was given a room that wasn't so nice, but within an hour Clarice (whom I thought was the owner but she is not) said I had been given the wrong room and was upgraded. The room I had was very large, with a huge bedroom, sitting area, foyer and a large bathroom. I found the staff had a better attitude than what I had experienced in the region, though I speak French so maybe that helped. I don't know if anyone spoke English. The breakfast was basic, a croissant, half baguette, yogurt and cheese, but certainly enough to get you going. There are a few nice restaurants in the area and two large supermarkets nearby where you can get provisions. I thought Clarice was really nice; she seemed to go out of her way to make sure I was comfortable which I appreciated.…
I stayed in October 2018 in this hotel. It was my second stay. First of all one has to realize that accommodation in Libreville is really limited and very expensive! The so called better hotels are all in remote areas of the city which will force you to use their own restaurant to eat and integrated shops to buy stuff of your daily needs which again is expensive. From this point Hotel Le Patio is convenient as it is located in Quartier St. Louis where you find shops, restaurants, clubs etc. all in walking distance (but uphill and downhill since Libreville is a quite hilly city - like Freetown or Kigali for instance). The rooms start from 40.000 CFA up to 90.000 CFA (suite), so in average 60.000 CFA which is roughly 95 EUR per night. However, as you might expect in Africa there are a lot of things who are not working in the rooms. On my actual stay I had to change the room due to the fact that taking a shower was life threatening. After showering for some minutes the metal shower holder and hoses gave me an electrical shock. The hotel staff promised to fix the problem but the next day it was the same. In the new room water only was available intermittent, sometimes no water came at all - sometimes just a bit... The AC worked and wifi connection was fairly ok (with disruptions and sometimes going very slow of course). So try to get a room on the first floor cause the router is mounted on the outside patio wall on the same floor. Some of the cleaners were very unfriendly behaving as they would own the place. On the same time they are more than lazy to do their job: Floor not cleaned, towels not changed, no replacement of toilet paper. Only the bed was made. When I told them that if they would work like that in Europe they would get fired on the spot no reaction came and it seems that they simply don't care about anything. After I complained this with the hotel management things got a bit better though. So this is a relatively affordable hotel in a strategic location. Even some business travelers are staying here. However, the place needs to be refurbished totally (at my stay some rooms were presently renovated), especially the sanitary plumbing and water supplying system. Don't expect any luxury, it's very spartanic but given the lack of a better choice in Libreville a stay here is still reasonable…
The main part of the hotel was closed for renovation during my visit in August 2017 but my reservation was honoured in a room just inside the main door, before reception. Staff were heplful throughout despite my limited French. A basic breakfast was offered. My room was clean and tidy and I had no problems during my visit. Quite reasonable location on the west side of the city about 20 minutes walk into the city centre.
I made a reservation for a regular double room, but was upgraded to a suite with a separate living room. Both the bedroom & living room had an orange theme. Curtains separating the rooms gave the space an exotic look. The bathroom was spacious and functional. The A/C unit (bedroom only) was efficient. Now for the negatives. The free WiFi was annoyingly slow. My mattress was springy & bouncy. Separate hot & cold water taps made the water temperature difficult to control. Le Patio is located in Quartier Louis, famed for its nightlife. While the hotel itself is very quiet, several clubs are just a short walk away.
I booked this hotel on arrival at the airport, after some searching. Libreville lacks decent hotels at reasonable prices. So many hotels, including Le Patio, are quirky, shabby-chic, arty types where every room is different and management generally indifferent. To their credit, after I posted a comment about the damaged toilet seat, the Manager immediately called to apologise, and also offer me an upgrade to a larger room, as well as a free night's stay. The hotel only offer a basic continental breakfast, as there are many restaurants within 10 minutes walk of the hotel in the Quartier Louis. The staff were friendly and helpful.