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If you are a back packer yes. If not Dont!
The place looks old, lonely and unkept. The rooms were smell and the staff lethargic.
The gardens looked unkept too. the Pool...... my word......
Grand Popo the town - Definitely worth a visit
This hotel has a great location. It is right on the beach, on a quiet road. There are bungalows to rent, or rooms in a large, old house (sort of) structure. We stayed in the house on the top floor. It is a bit strange,...More
I spent 2 nights at Auberge de Grand Popo. Mr. Guy, the owner, is super friendly, helpful, and speaks English. He has lots of interesting stories to tell and can help you to arrange some day trips at a fair price. We did a trip...More
The Auberge is a very nice and quiet place to stay. We went here as we had the experience of the Auberge in Abomey. The place is nice, but not well maintained so it definitely doesn't look anymore like the pictures. We enjoyed our stay...More
The beach is just a minute to the room and the sound of the wave made me have a beautiful sleep. Also, breakfast was amazing and fresh!
Very old hotel, rooms and almost no amenities. The WI-FI does not work, there was no telephone in...More
US$35 - US$46 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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