Hotel Hautes Terres
Hotel | PK 12 Route de l'aéroport Ivat, Antananarivo, Madagascar 101
- Air Conditioning
- 24 hour hot showers
In order to proceed with your reservation we require valid credit card. The remaining amount of the reservation will be preauthorized on booking date and charged on arrival date by Travelmed Hotels Group. In case the pre-authorisation fails, we shall contact you for alternative card details. This should be arranged within 24 hours of our email, otherwise the booking will be cancelled without a refund of the advance payment.
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Earliest check-in: 12:00
Latest Check-out: 11:00
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About Hotel Hautes Terres
In our Restaurant , you will discover the various specialties of the highlands gastronomy : (Naturally grown fresh vegetables with rural accent , Fishes from the Itasy lake, the famous "Ravitoto sy Henakisoa", The Eel dish prepared with pork meat, "The Romazava Royal", " The Henomby Ritra ", Exotic preparations of sea foods)
Some international dishes are of course also available to keep you feel at home when you wish so.
Soft Musical cabarets of local artists liven up the Restaurant on Friday evenings.
The Hotel offers transfer services between the Hotel, the city center & the airport.
Hotel have 30 comfortable rooms with Air conditioning, heater, telephone, TV, wifi & a nice view.
Antananarivo or the City of the Thousands is the capital city of Madagascar, settled on the center of the highlands at an altitude of 1245 meters.
Many districts of this old hilly city have kept their past charm with traditional red brick houses, shady paths, stone paved narrow streets on the hilltops, countless nooks, evocating an old provincial agglomeration more than a modern metropolis.
Les Hautes Terres, or the Highlands are the steep backbone of the island of Madagascar, extending from the northern part of the Imerina region, down to the southern part of Fianarantsoa in the Betsileo region.