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Africa Travel To Hotel Particulier A Chic Boutique Hotel

Hotel Particulier is French word denoting an elegant private residence or townhouse; and is the name given to a chic boutique hotel in the city of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The owners of Hotel Particulier, have sought to create a stylish space, with a peaceful, intimate atmosphere that allows guests to escape the hustle and bustle of the surrounding city. The healing soothing effects of nature is a key feature of the Hotel, which sees rooms located on the ground level to take advantage of a luscious, well-tended garden. Hotel Particulier offers a restful Africa travel escape.
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[Image credit: top, Cotonou Suite; bottom, Djenné Suite – Hotel Particulier]
The Hotel is modern, airy building that comprises eight well-appointed suites that range from classic to luxury and are named after some of the Continent’s inspirational and dynamic cities. The suites are individually decorated in a contemporary style, each one inspired by the city for which it was named, and seven of the suites have private terraces with access to the pool, with three of them coming with their own private gardens; and an eighth the luxury suite having access to a private pool. Hotel Particulier is available for exclusive hire for weddings, celebrations, family holidays, as well as for business meetings or conferences for their guests. Offering a selection of gourmet meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner is provided in the hotel’s dining room, or can be taken on the terrace whilst enjoying the views of the garden.
[Image credit: Swimming Pool – Hotel Particulier]
With a dedicated staff on hand to cater to all guest needs, the Hotel offers pampering and beauty treatments in the spa; in addition to arranging activities upon request such as golf, waterskiing, guided tours of the city, surfing, tennis, and riding. Or should you wish, simply spend your stay lazing by the pool and enjoy a restful Africa travel vacation.
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