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IC Hotel


Five minutes from the airport and approximately 30-40 minutes from the city centre, the IC Hotel offers Malagasy hospitality with comfortable and bright rooms.


The hotel is situated on a hilltop with panoramic views of the countryside, and is great for guests wanting excellent value, and peace and security in a friendly hotel close to the airport.


All the wooden furniture and flooring is made from Rosewood – a wood local to Madagascar, which creates a warm atmosphere.


Each room has a private bathroom and spacious balcony overlooking the rice paddies and highland village.


Au Bois Vert


Surrounded by large woodland and set in a tropical garden filled with birdlife, Au Bois Vert is just a five-minute drive from Antananarivo airport. Spend your time in the city away from the traffic in this hidden gem, where you can enjoy the large swimming pool, relaxed country-side ambience and fantastic meals served from the restaurant.


Facilities $$


15 en-suite rooms with TV and safe 2 day-use lounges and facilities for up to 60 people Restaurant & bar


Swimming pool, tropical garden, park Badminton, petanque, quad bike rental Internet, WIFI


Le Relais des Plateaux


Only a five-minute drive from the airport, and surrounded by numerous exotic scents, Le Relais des Plateaux provides quiet air-conditioned rooms in a relaxing setting. The rooms are located around a small interior garden, creating a peaceful environment. All the bedroom furniture is created out of rosewood, is designed by a Malagasy, and built locally. The hotel has a quality restaurant which seats 120 people, and the large bar opens onto the terrace for cocktails.


Facilities $$$


19 en-suite rooms with TV, Mini-bar, safe & air-con/heater Restaurant & bar Children’s play area Large swimming pool Boutique


30 Facilities $


14 en-suite rooms with mini-bar, TV and veranda Restaurant & bar Boutique, Fax and Internet Swimming pool Travel agency for activities


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