Apartment located in a barrier, close to shops (opposite the modern Glacier, 5 minutes from super u, crossroads, total station). The neighborhood is quiet and residential. The apartment is well maintained and carefully decorated for maximum comfort. I would be happy to welcome you during your stay.
“Jalor's apartment is well located near a fairly central crossroads in the Bonamoussadi district. It is spacious, located in a secure enclosure and having 2 air conditioners inside (one in the living room and another in the bedroom) is really a plus to feel good in the apartment and escape the heat. stifling Douala. In addition, it is easily possible to find restaurants and many shops including a well-stocked supermarket just 10 mins walk from the apartment. The facilities described in the apartment are present. Jalor is always available to meet the needs of its guests. We highly recommend it.”
Our CaSa is located in the district of Bonamoussadi, a residential area directly in front of the "Glacier Moderne". All shops (Super U, Carrefour-Market, Mahima etc.) are 5 minutes walk away. The apartment is fully air-conditioned and has unlimited internet access. You will also find a stove with an oven, a fridge and finally a small balcony. Access to the appartement is under video-surveillance
“I recommend this host. Amandine was very accommodating in the face of the unexpected that we had. The apartment corresponds perfectly to the advertisement. The decoration is significant and Amandine is available and attentive. I will come back without hesitation.”
Apartment of 163 m2 decorated in a contemporary style, very spacious with huge windows that offer great brightness. Located in Bonanjo on one of the most secure private streets in the city of Douala. With breathtaking and panoramic views of the city center.
“Great place, spacious and perfectly clean. Bright rooms with bay windows. Living room is super lofty and the bedrooms feel like hotel rooms. The neighborhood is very safe and quiet. We had a wonderful stay here. Nice amenities such as TV with cable, Netflix, YouTube...”