Hôtel Kerdada, Bou Saada
Hôtel Kerdada, Bou Saada
Hôtel Kerdada, Bou Saada
Hôtel Kerdada, Bou Saada
Hôtel Kerdada, Bou Saada
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Hôtel Kerdada

Bou Saada

Review

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Dari 54 review
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mahrezbouaza
26 Agt 2019 - Bisnis
bonjour . alors pour boussada ya que deux hotel dinteressant kerdada ou kaid les deux font partie du groupe hôtel Saint-George néanmoins je conseil kerdada car moins cher et en plus il vient d'être rénové prix correcte 4500 pour une chambre single en basse saison sinon 7800 ou 7200 . très jolie jardin et belle piscine. bonne restauration il faut compter 1800 da pour un plat uniquement.
zoubida3
05 Agt 2019 - Keluarga
J'ai écrit un avis il y a 3 ans où je disais que j'appréciais cet hôtel mais qu'il avait besoin d'une rénovation...Maintenant qu'il est rénové, il est parfait!! Personnel accueillant et professionnel. Cadre paradisiaque. Piscine très agréable et très propre. Après rénovation, les chambres ont gagné en confort. Très heureuse d'avoir quitté le Caïd pour le Kerdada à cause, entre autres, d'un problème de climatisation.
Alois R
04 Jun 2019
The Hotel Staff are very nice and the restaurant is very good. The rooms are clean. The only thing what is bad is the key card for the rooms must be activated every day. The Hotel has a nice Pool and is an a save area
Acquiescent
07 Apr 2016 - Berlibur dengan teman
This hotel is clearly the grand old dame of Bou-Saada, with a faded glamour that suggests it was once an exotic pit-stop in an era when Algeria welcomed more tourists than it does now. It's one of two hotels in Bou-Saada owned by the upscale (by Algerian standards) El Djazair chain, although after a look around the town, it's not immediately clear why either hotel exists here. The more obvious elements of original décor aside (marble floors, Moorish ceiling detailing), the hotel interior and furniture is rather basic and old-fashioned, replete with the garish white energy-saving lightbulbs that are ubiquitous in Algeria and bedroom doors that make the sound of a screeching orc when closing. You'll soon realise that the hotel's gardens and swimming pool - genuinely magnificent and more befitting a five-star hotel - are the best thing not just about the hotel but the whole town, which, apart from a nearby mini craft shopping centre containing a restaurant, seems to make no concessions whatsoever to tourism (sometimes a good thing, but not here) and has little to see or do beyond the natural 'couleur locale' of the place. (And if that's not the case, the hotel makes no effort to impart any such information to visitors). During our stay, the Kerdada was virtually deserted; the hotel staff seemed to outnumber guests. Many had a slight air of detachment and bemusement, probably wondering what on earth you're doing in this boring town - you'll soon wonder the same thing. Occasional outbreaks of helpfulness could be obtained with persistence. One or two were loveliness personified. Our boredom and frustration were compounded when we were barred from bringing into the hotel some cakes we'd bought from a nearby patisserie. Wi-fi comes and goes and, given the lack of local nightlife, needed to be better than it was. Breakfast is a plate of pastries and biscuits with yogurt, an improvement on their sister hotel, the Gourara in Timimoun. The majority of staff don't speak English and it's cash only, both the norm for Algeria. As for the restaurant, our dinner was poor but how could it be otherwise when the hotel has such a high vacancy rate. At least beer and wine is available; you may find you need quite a lot of both. Bottom line: if you're coming here, come for relaxation by the pool and garden and literally nothing else.
Amir S
18 Mar 2013 - Bisnis
The hotel is situated in a small town is Algeria Called Bou-Saada. The hotel structure is very weird, it's like a castle. the staff are very welcoming. the hotel is nice, rooms are ok. internet is free. no elevators so we have to carry our luggage to the 2nd floor overall is good
Lokasi
Rue de la République, Boussaada, MSila, DZ
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
14:00
Waktu check-out:
12:00
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FAQ
Di mana alamat Hôtel Kerdada?
Hôtel Kerdada beralamat di Rue de la République, Boussaada, MSila, DZ
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Hôtel Kerdada?
Waktu untuk check-in di Hôtel Kerdada adalah mulai dari pukul 14:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 12:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Hôtel Kerdada?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Kolam Renang
  • Wifi
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift
Apakah di Hôtel Kerdada tersedia fasilitas kolam renang?
Ya, di Hôtel Kerdada tersedia kolam renang yang bisa kamu gunakan.
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Kolam Renang
Wifi
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Antar Jemput Bandara
Fasilitas Rapat
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Kursi berjemur di kolam renang
Taman
Payung kolam renang
Kolam renang outdoor
Fasilitas Umum
Lift
Properti bebas-rokok
Restoran
Layanan Hotel
Brankas di resepsionis
Layanan laundry/dry cleaning
Penitipan bagasi
Layanan concierge
Resepsionis 24 jam
 

Review

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4.0
Dari 54 review
Kebersihan
4.0
Kamar
3.5
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
3.5
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
12
Keluarga
17
Wisata sendiri
3
Berlibur dengan teman
8
Bisnis
10
mahrezbouaza
26 Agt 2019 - Bisnis
bonjour . alors pour boussada ya que deux hotel dinteressant kerdada ou kaid les deux font partie du groupe hôtel Saint-George néanmoins je conseil kerdada car moins cher et en plus il vient d'être rénové prix correcte 4500 pour une chambre single en basse saison sinon 7800 ou 7200 . très jolie jardin et belle piscine. bonne restauration il faut compter 1800 da pour un plat uniquement.
zoubida3
05 Agt 2019 - Keluarga
J'ai écrit un avis il y a 3 ans où je disais que j'appréciais cet hôtel mais qu'il avait besoin d'une rénovation...Maintenant qu'il est rénové, il est parfait!! Personnel accueillant et professionnel. Cadre paradisiaque. Piscine très agréable et très propre. Après rénovation, les chambres ont gagné en confort. Très heureuse d'avoir quitté le Caïd pour le Kerdada à cause, entre autres, d'un problème de climatisation.
Alois R
04 Jun 2019 -
The Hotel Staff are very nice and the restaurant is very good. The rooms are clean. The only thing what is bad is the key card for the rooms must be activated every day. The Hotel has a nice Pool and is an a save area
Acquiescent
07 Apr 2016 - Berlibur dengan teman
This hotel is clearly the grand old dame of Bou-Saada, with a faded glamour that suggests it was once an exotic pit-stop in an era when Algeria welcomed more tourists than it does now. It's one of two hotels in Bou-Saada owned by the upscale (by Algerian standards) El Djazair chain, although after a look around the town, it's not immediately clear why either hotel exists here. The more obvious elements of original décor aside (marble floors, Moorish ceiling detailing), the hotel interior and furniture is rather basic and old-fashioned, replete with the garish white energy-saving lightbulbs that are ubiquitous in Algeria and bedroom doors that make the sound of a screeching orc when closing. You'll soon realise that the hotel's gardens and swimming pool - genuinely magnificent and more befitting a five-star hotel - are the best thing not just about the hotel but the whole town, which, apart from a nearby mini craft shopping centre containing a restaurant, seems to make no concessions whatsoever to tourism (sometimes a good thing, but not here) and has little to see or do beyond the natural 'couleur locale' of the place. (And if that's not the case, the hotel makes no effort to impart any such information to visitors). During our stay, the Kerdada was virtually deserted; the hotel staff seemed to outnumber guests. Many had a slight air of detachment and bemusement, probably wondering what on earth you're doing in this boring town - you'll soon wonder the same thing. Occasional outbreaks of helpfulness could be obtained with persistence. One or two were loveliness personified. Our boredom and frustration were compounded when we were barred from bringing into the hotel some cakes we'd bought from a nearby patisserie. Wi-fi comes and goes and, given the lack of local nightlife, needed to be better than it was. Breakfast is a plate of pastries and biscuits with yogurt, an improvement on their sister hotel, the Gourara in Timimoun. The majority of staff don't speak English and it's cash only, both the norm for Algeria. As for the restaurant, our dinner was poor but how could it be otherwise when the hotel has such a high vacancy rate. At least beer and wine is available; you may find you need quite a lot of both. Bottom line: if you're coming here, come for relaxation by the pool and garden and literally nothing else.
Amir S
18 Mar 2013 - Bisnis
The hotel is situated in a small town is Algeria Called Bou-Saada. The hotel structure is very weird, it's like a castle. the staff are very welcoming. the hotel is nice, rooms are ok. internet is free. no elevators so we have to carry our luggage to the 2nd floor overall is good
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