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Very friendly, efficient and helpful staff; clean and comfortable, if rather worn, rooms - the "x01" rooms on each floor are more spacious with comfortable sitting area and view of the street. Televisions don't work and wi-fi is variable and slow. Worth going to rooftop...More
I traveled to Khartoum from Amman via Cairo and was pleasantly surprised when I was greeted with a cup of cutting chai once I reached the hotel. They might not be fastest when it comes to service, but if you have been to Khartoum, you...More
So I landed up in Kanon hotel on my second visit to Khartoum last week. I had stayed in Kanon hotel suites last time and on my way back had seen Kanon hotel and decided to stay there next time. It was a good decision....More
Nice hotel, 5-10 mins away from the airport, with good Indian food.
Try taking a room on non smoking floor. Rest is ok.
Staff is also helpful. You can take their help to book a taxi via an app like uber.
Stayed at the hotel for 6 nights when traveling for work. The hotel is quite close to the airport, which is very convenient. The staff were very friendly, which was a plus.
The food was decent. They have a wide selection of Indian dishes, a...More
Response from fnkmaster | Reviewed this property |
You are right. None of the credit cards work anywhere. It is a complete cash economy. The good thing is food is extremely cheap and you should be able to get by an entire day with 40 dollars or less. And that's with having... More
You are right. None of the credit cards work anywhere. It is a complete cash economy. The good thing is food is extremely cheap and you should be able to get by an entire day with 40 dollars or less. And that's with having really good food at local restaurants. Just for comparison sake, 4 of us had a great dinner with multiple dishes for less than 40 dollars at one of the better restaurants in Khartoum. Of course this doesn't include food at the extremely high end hotels. And there's no alcohol just FYI. Hope that helps!