Luanda, Angola

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  • RK Suite Hotel

    RK Suite Hotel

    4-star

    Golfe5.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous14 Hotels.com guest reviews
    RK Suite Hotel
  • Hotel Presidente Luanda

    Hotel Presidente Luanda

    4-star

    Golfe6.9 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous4 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Presidente Luanda
  • EPIC SANA Luanda Hotel

    EPIC SANA Luanda Hotel

    5-star

    Golfe5.9 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good21 Hotels.com guest reviews
    EPIC SANA Luanda Hotel
  • Living at Rosa Linda

    Living at Rosa Linda

    3.5-star

    Golfe8.7 kilometers to city centre

    Living at Rosa Linda
  • Guest House Terezinha

    Guest House Terezinha

    3-star

    Golfe5.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating10.0.Exceptional7 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Guest House Terezinha
  • Hotel Victoria Garden

    Hotel Victoria Garden

    4-star

    Golfe12.3 kilometers to city centre

    Hotel Victoria Garden
  • Thomson House

    Thomson House

    3-star

    Golfe8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb11 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Thomson House
  • Hotel Alvalade

    Hotel Alvalade

    4-star

    Golfe4.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good2 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Alvalade
  • Hotel Baía

    Hotel Baía

    4-star

    Golfe7 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating6.6.Good4 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Baía
  • Hotel Trópico

    Hotel Trópico

    4-star

    Golfe5.8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.6.Good5 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Trópico
  • Downtown Marginal Guest House

    Downtown Marginal Guest House

    3.5-star

    Golfe3.7 kilometers to city centre

    Downtown Marginal Guest House
  • Fly Hotel

    Fly Hotel

    3.5-star

    Golfe2.6 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.2.Good5 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Fly Hotel
  • Samba Hotel

    Samba Hotel

    3.5-star

    Golfe5.3 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating5.2.Fair8 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Samba Hotel
  • Residence DB

    Residence DB

    3.5-star

    Golfe4.7 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating6.4.Good5 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Residence DB
  • Residencial Marvanuel

    Residencial Marvanuel

    3.5-star

    Golfe4.4 kilometers to city centre

    Residencial Marvanuel
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What is the average cost of a 3-star hotel?

One night at a 3-star hotel will be around USD 160.

What are some of the top sights?

The Quicama National Park, the Museu Nacional de Antropologia are some of the city's top sights.

When is the best time to visit?

A popular time to visit is during the dry season (May–Sep), when temperatures are slightly cooler than the rest of the year and there’s very little rain. The rainy season (Oct–Apr) sees warmer and more humid conditions.

Luanda Hotels

Known for attention-grabbing headlines, Luanda has undergone a transformation from war-torn capital to most expensive city in the world. Angola’s capital is mind-blowing in every way. But beyond the crazy stats, this tropical, beachside metropolis thrums with creative energy. Whether you find yourself learning to dance kuduro in an underground club, or listening to stories by a fast-talking poet on the beach, you’ll soon realise that this is, above all else, a city of artists making good with what they have.

Things to see

Characterised by Marxist-style architecture, staggering construction projects, and bizarre traffic jams of expats’ shiny cars, Luanda’s city centre can be an overwhelming place. But this powerhouse of industry has a golden lining in the form of its beautiful bay. Ilha do Cabo separates the bay from the Southern Atlantic Ocean, and is the most exclusive district of Luanda. If you want a taste of the city’s high life, then spend the evening here, playing the tables in the casino, or sipping eye-wateringly expensive cocktails in a bar overlooking the ocean. History buffs won’t want to miss the Museum of the Armed Forces, housed in the beautiful Fortaleza de Sao Miguel, a distinctly Portuguese fortress. Its star feature is a full-size Russian bi-plane. Beach-lovers, meanwhile, will want to hit Mussolo, a peninsula south of the city. Its gold sand beaches and swaying palm trees are a breather from the urban chaos.

Hotels in Luanda

Luanda hotels don’t exactly come cheap – this is, after all, a city known for its luxury, pricy, expat lifestyle. It probably works out as better value for money to splash out on a top-end luxury hotel in Luanda, rather than spending a lot on an average, mid-range option. The 5-star hotels certainly deliver; you’ll have your every whim catered for, from pampering spa treatments, to a limo service at your disposal. The suites in these hotels are elegantly furnished, and some offer balconies overlooking the bay. Most of the hotels provide a complimentary breakfast and the restaurants serve up gourmet dinners.

Where to stay

Baixa, the downtown core of Luanda has the top pick of luxury hotels, shopping malls, and restaurants. With historic, colonial-era buildings holding their own among the modern high rises, this area by the bay is aesthetically pleasing and close to the main attractions. Business travellers will find it very convenient too. If you’d prefer to wake up to sea views, then choose one of the hotels right on the bay, close to Ilha do Cabo. Intent on finding a hotel without a large price tag? One of the resort-style hotels on the outskirts of town is your best bet.

How to get to Luanda

Luanda’s international airport is located just 4 kilometres from the city centre, and it’s exceptionally well-connected, both within Africa and to Europe. There are direct flights from London Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle, as well as from Lisbon and Madrid, so it’s easy to get there. In theory, taxis serve the airport terminal, but at busy times, and at weekends, cabs can be in short supply, so it’s worth booking hotel transfers in advance. There is a bus network in Luanda, as well as more informal minivans, but most visitors prefer to travel around by taxi or hotel car.

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