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Reviewed November 27, 2016

The hotel is at a convenient location, mainly frequented by UN staff and international NGO. The restaurant has a good menu variety with options for in room dining, helpful staff but average rooms unless you are a long term guest

  • Stayed: November 2016, traveled on business
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Thank Manaan M
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Reviewed October 26, 2016

what can i say, a dump. Hotel personal security not VSS walking around the compound with guns opening doors to rooms or trying. Service is just the worst I have ever encountered. Cant say much about the food and the pool very noisy you do not feel at all comfortable.

  • Stayed: October 2016, traveled on business
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3  Thank louisthe14th
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Reviewed July 29, 2016 via mobile

Jebel Lodge is located near the end of one of the worst roads in Juba, but it is definetly worth the trouble getting there.
Quiet, clean and well kept, it's a Diamond in the rubble.
The restaurant, which serves both local and international dishes, is built as a gigant tokul (local hut) and is sorrounded by trees and flowers.
The food is good, and I can especially recommend the excellent breakfast buffet.

Stayed: July 2016, traveled with friends
1  Thank Flemming H
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Reviewed June 26, 2016

A great find tucked on a dusty and unmade road between Juba and Gdele. The staff are very helpful and accommodating and the food is very good and reasonably priced for the region (especially with the unstable economy at the moment). The pool and facilities are clean and good sun loungers. Frequented by lots of NGO and UN staff who work nearby at UN House and favoured with Internationals. The security is very good and I did feel safe whilst visiting. There is a national curfew in place so be mindful of this as it is not safe to travel in curfew hours and I would recommend avoiding driving to and from Jebel Lodge in hours of darkness. Service is a bit slow and check your bill and you have to ask for change as the girls seem to assume it’s a tip. Day passes are available if you just want to use the facilities and have a great lunch in clean and comfortable settings, 120SSP at weekends

  • Stayed: June 2016, traveled with friends
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5  Thank SurreyGirl27
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Reviewed April 9, 2016 via mobile

Jebel is very isolated place located 10kms from Juba town. Roads are not constructed and there is a mountain which is called Jebel. Not advised to visit this area after 8pm as ppl snatch away mobiles and money. Lodge is OK. Not upto the standards. Small vendors are found around selling mangoes and top ups.

Stayed: April 2016, traveled solo
Thank Kausar1979
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