My wife and me passed through Gaborone and stayed in two rooms 207 and 257 over two days. The hotel is good value for money considering the price and locality in central area.
The reception staff was very friendly and welcoming. The reception area felt homely.
The rooms were very comfortable. It was winter in Gaborone. Although there was an air-conditioneer in my room I did not switch it on as it gives serious allergy. I asked and asked room service to provide me with extra blankets as they had none in the rooms. This turned out to be the most frustrating exercise I have ever done. Needless to say I did not recieve the blankets after being promised more than three times. That is delivery or lack of it at Metcourt for you.
The first day the reception staff gave us room 257 . The reason I mention this specific room is that it was at the end of the corridor where there was an passage air conditioneer that hummed throughout the night. My wife and I woke up without having rested and withou serious pounding headaches from the sound pollution and obvious lack of sleep. I wonder why they would put someone in that room without warning them. I assume room 258 directly opposite 257 would be the same. On enquiry the next day the staff acknowledged that previous patrons/ guests had complained about this particular room but nothing had been done about it.
Beside these hiccups this is a nice secure hotel
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