¿Buscas donde alojarte en Ndola? Entonces no te pierdas Njele Country Park, un hotel pequeño que te acerca a lo mejor de Ndola.
Recepción abierta 24 horas es uno de los servicios que ofrece el hotel pequeño. Su bar también contribuirá a que tu estancia sea incluso más especial. Si vas en coche a Njele Country Park, hay parking gratis disponible.
Si te interesa explorar Ndola, visita un monumento / estatua como Dag Hammarskjoeld Memorial.
Estamos seguros de que disfrutarás de tu estancia en Njele Country Park mientras descubres todo lo que Ndola ofrece.
Visited the place on a 2 nights out in middle May. We were welcome wellny the receptionist and directed to the room having made a reservation earlier in the week. The staff are very griendly and are doing their best to serve customers. Room are very spacoius, theey surely could have made better use of the space. The ventilation is good only natural lighting is not sufficient. You literally have to use artificial lighting throughout the day. Rooms are fairly clean and all amenities are in good working order. Their meals are ok. Full English breakfast included in room rate. We would have loved more fruits on the menu even at an extra charge. Ordered fruit salad but could not make as they had run out fruits at the time. The overal service is average but they can improve if the y are open to suggestions.…
We stayed a Njele Country Park June 1-10. It was our first time there but will probably stay there again. It's located on a very busy highway (the marker on the map is in the wrong place) but it doesn't feel like it once you pass through the gates. It's very green and peaceful. The grounds are beautiful, they keep it well watered even in the dry season. The staff was outstanding. They were very friendly, hospitable and helpful. The did whatever they could to make our stay very pleasant. The rooms were very clean. We had a group of people, so we occupied chalet rooms and non-chalet rooms. The non-chalet rooms were much smaller but singles stayed in those rooms. The chalet rooms are very large, king-size bed, shower, and bathtub. The chalet rooms are a little dark because of the low overhang roofs, but it isn't unusual for African interiors. We had plenty of water (hot and cold), although the showers didn't always have good pressure. The rooms do have wi-fi - although it was very weak much of the time. The food in the dining room was very good. They cooked some local favorites (shema) but catered to our American tastes too.…
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