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Reviewed 23 February 2017

This place is very lovely, it's spacious and has amazing pools. The food is really nice and refreshing. The cocktails were. Out nice though. It's much like a family place, would be nice to chill at during Sunday's. The problem is the amount of young people who come there who are just so loud and have no consideration for others, they are pound and want to be seen which is annoying because we are not at a club, and the music was just too vulgar, which I don't mind, but when there is a lot of kids I don't think it's a good thing. The bunch of you think that was there had a drone and it was just so annoying to have it driven over our heads during lunch time as if no one has ever seen a drone. (Rolls eyes) it was annoying.

  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank abigailkope
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Reviewed 31 December 2016

We took our daughter who lives in Bamako out to Le Campement, not really knowing what to expect but anxious to leave behind the diesel smoke and dust of the capital for a day. We passed a couple security checks, mandatory anywhere Westerners frequent in Mali, and entered a different world. Quiet, green (by Sahel standards) and a swimming pool! The upper restaurant served a superb lunch of sauteed beef brochettes with rice that was pricey by Malian standards (8.500 XOF, about 15€) but a meal and a taste measuring up to the best served elsewhere. Spent time whiling away hours reading and swimming. aaah!

  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank Curtis C
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Reviewed 4 December 2016

Le Campement is located on the edge of the Rift Valley escarpment on the edge of Bamako, in a pastoral setting. The 20 or so rondavels are spacious, clean and comfortable and reasonably priced. The setting is peaceful and incredibly beautiful, with a range of vegetation seen few places outside Madagascar. The food is superb and reasonable in price and the staff are always helpful if not speedy. 24 hours was not enough. We couldn't spend enough time in the two custom designed pools, one with a waterfall, the buildings melt into the local scenery. We hiked to the rim of the escarpment to see some some very spooky ancient petroglyphs. the camp dogs accompanied us, we think to chase off snakes. Then, we took the zip line down the hill and back up again, a bargain at $1.65 for the round trip. I came home after 24 hours feeling 5 years younger.

Room Tip: There is only one suite, huge with a stone bath and huge sitting area. The other rondavels are spacious and more than enough for 2.
  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with friends
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3  Thank Thunderb0lt
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Reviewed 18 May 2016

We were three generations, visiting Bamako from the UK for a wedding. Our room was a charming little round house, set in acres of beautifully tended grounds. It was comfortable, if not luxurious, and we enjoyed the stroll over to the restaurant for simple but delicious and generous meals. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff, who bent over backwards to please us. The high swimming pool was the prettiest I've ever seen, like an artificially enhanced rock pool, and commanded the most wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.

The Campement was peaceful and relaxing and I've never enjoyed a hotel stay more. It's Africa, so don't expect it to be like a European hotel, but this only adds to its charm.

I would return tomorrow.

Room Tip: Rooms are detached single story little houses
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled with family
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1  Thank svnb2016
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Reviewed 18 April 2016 via mobile

First of all the swimming pool is very dirty.
Second, when i order food, believe it or not, the chicken served to us was eaten before !!!!!
And when i tried to complain they just threw the bones and refused to bring another chicken!!! And u was forced to pay for that eaten chicken. My advice dont go there, they are thieves with horrible service.

Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
6  Thank Aly A
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