sebletitje (428) Enghien, Belgium | December 10, 2016
- AMBIANCE 4/5
- SERVICE 5/10
- SELECTION 6/15
- FOOD 6/10
- VALUE 7/10
- OVERALL 13/20
The biggest hotel in Niger. Load of security to navigate through to get to the parking. Big open patio witha pool and an amazing view on the Niger river. Went there a few times with colleagues to eat the brochettes - arm yrself with a ton of patience as waiters can’t seem to take two orders at once. They are very nice and friendly and do their best to help.
Full bar, draft beers which I have yet to see working, other than that, mostly Nigerien glass bottles; got Flag, BraNiger
Nice little inside store run by Petite Soeur de Jesus’ religious order and selling original Tuareg craft and local produces.
Again, hard to rate, certainly not great by Euro standards, but decent for that type of setting. However, there are dozens of other spots around Niamey that offer good vibes, food and same beers but no real point adding all of them.
Bierkrug (312) , | March 19, 2011
- AMBIANCE 4/5
- SERVICE 7/10
- SELECTION 4/15
- FOOD 4/10
- VALUE 8/10
- OVERALL 12/20
For Niamey, Niger it really does not get much better than this. A huge outdoor place with a grreat overview of the Niger River. Also the only place in the city that I found so far with beer on tap. The Grand Hotel has also houses a popular bar with an Amazing river view, which is especially good around sunset. Jazz and happy hour brochettes on Friday nights. The is a playground and even a petting zoo for kids. The place has seen better days but still it is very nice. There is also an indoor bar as well near the lobby.