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Lubumbashi – 3 hotels and places to stay
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Located in Lubumbashi, 2.8 miles from Golf Course Lubumbashi, Park hôtel has accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

Clean quiet courtyard facing room. Live Congolese music nice, tho hard to sleep before they end about 10pm. Friendly helpful staff

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Located in Lubumbashi, 2625 ft from Lubumbashi National Museum, Planet Hotel HollyBum offers free WiFi and accessible parking. The accommodations has a shared lounge and garden.

Beautiful grounds, including the central courtyard with the pool. I had a very large bedroom (8) - the bathroom was recently renovated. Very nice restaurant - I had dinner there twice. Excellent service by all staff I saw, with great housekeeping. Good balance between being reasonably central, and reasonably quiet for Lubumbashi, away from the noise and bustle of the center.

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Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, Pullman Lubumbashi Grand Karavia is set in Lubumbashi. The property also features a tennis court and a garden. The hotel offers a sun terrace where guests can...

Variety was great Patries were great

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What Guests Said About Lubumbashi:

  • 8.0

    Lubumbashi is a bustling smaller city.

    Lubumbashi is a bustling smaller city. The city centre is laid out in a grid fashion. There is a lot of litter and crazy driving, but people are friendly and it feels safe and lively. Might be a bit tricky to communicate if you don't speak French. You can get around using taxis (which you just stop in the street) or motorbike taxis. Hotels and restaurants seem a bit pricey for what you get. Lubumbashi is a destination for mining and to some extent for education (there are a few universities, etc.). It's not really a tourist destination, but it has a nice museum. Most people visit there for work-related purposes. The airport is pretty bad (lots of strange fees/fines you supposedly need to pay, nowhere to sit unless you pay), but you can mostly get out of paying them, except for the $55 dollar exit visa.
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