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5 best budget hotels in Cameroon

5 best budget hotels in Cameroon
Written by See Africa Today

All things considered, a budget hotel tops the list for any tourist

These are some of the best budget hotels in Cameroon.

Hotel Framotel $52

Hotel Framotel

Hotel Framotel. [Photo by booking.com]

This family-friendly hotel allows you to reserve for free and pay while you stay if the booking is through Booking.com. Hotel Framotel in Kribi has a picnic centre, meeting rooms, a bar, lounge and all its rooms have a safe. The rooms are air-conditioned and spacious.

Fini Hotel Bobende $58

Fini Hotel Bobende

Fini Hotel Bobende. [Photo by Na’ar Tour]

Enjoying the views of the golden blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean gets better at Fini Hotel Bobende in Limbe. The rooms overlook the ocean and the African-European cuisine is great. The hotel has an outdoor pool, well-maintained family rooms with safes.

Complexe Aquarius Marina 2000 $59

Expedia.com gives discounted prices for visitors booking their stay at Complexe Aquarius Marina 2000 in Douala. The hotel has a resounding reputation according to its guests’ excellent service. The rooms are designed to fit the bridal style with a sun terrace.

Eden Lodge $52

Eden Lodge

Eden Lodge in Kribi [Photo by chamberehotesfr]

Who doesn’t like a quiet place but surrounded by nature’s wonders? At Eden Lodge in Kribi, you will experience nature at its best. It has four bungalows set up with access to the finest beaches and a golf course. The hotel allows pets and offers babysitting services.

Mbayaville Hotel $48

This 4-star hotel in Douala is redefining the hotel industry in Cameroon. With its 250-conferencing suite, Mbayaville Hotel is a hallmark for cleanliness; the rooms are immaculately clean and the poolside is sparkling clean as well.

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Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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