Bamako, Mali *****

The 5-star, 124-room hotel was built in 2000 and extended in 2002. Situated on the banks of the Niger River, close to the International Congress Center in the administrative heart of the Malian capital, the Azalaï Hotel Salam boasts a premium location with excellent visibility to visitors coming from and going to the Bamako-Sénou International Airport.

Quartier du fleuve, BP 104 – Bamako, Mali

Tel:+223 20 22 12 00

Fax:+223 20 22 36 37


Bamako, Mali ****

Located in the heart of the CBD of Bamako, this iconic hotel was built in 1950, then bought and renovated by Azalaï Hotels Group in 1994. The renovation helped the hotel regain its status as the top hotel choice for business travelers. The Azalaï Grand Hotel has 77 guestrooms along with state-of-the-art meeting rooms and equipment.

Centre Commercial. Ave Van Vollenhoven – Bamako, Mali

Tel:+223 20 22 24 92

Fax:+223 20 22 26 01


Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso ****

In 2004, Azalaï Hotels Group took over the management and extensively renovated this iconic property. Located in the heart of the city, close to both administrative and business districts, the Azalaï Hotel Independance hotel has 176 rooms and a convention center. It will be undergoing another significant renovation over the next 18 months.

Avenue de la résistance du 17 mai Secteur n°4 Avenue du Président Aboubacar Sangoulé Lamizana 01 BP 127 – Ouagadougou 01, Burkina Faso

Tel:+226 50 30 60 63

Fax:+226 50 30 67 67


Cotonou, Benin ****

One of the best 4-star options in town, this 120-room hotel opened in 2012. It faces the sea and is located just 10 minutes from the airport.

Lieu dit XWLACODJI 05 BP 347 – Cotonou, Benin

Tel:+229 21 31 72 00

Fax:+229 21 31 72 69


Bissau, Guinea-Bissau ****

With its impressive event-organizing capacity, this is one of the largest hotels in Guinea-Bissau. It offers spacious and well-equipped meeting and conference rooms.

Avenue Pansau Na Isna, Santa Lusia CP-285 – Bissau, Guinea-Bissau

Tel:+245 322 45 05

Fax:+245 322 45 08


Bamako, Mali ***

The beautiful 3-star hotel is located in the heart of the business district.

Quartier ACI 2000, Avenue du Mali – Bamako, Mali

Tel:+223 20 29 69 00

Fax:+223 20 29 69 69


Bamako, Mali **

This unique 2-star hotel was opened next to the Azalaï Grand Hotel in June 2014. Its 35 thoughtfully decorated guestrooms are far beyond other 2-star properties in Africa, and value conscious international guests have warmly embraced the contemporary hotel. It is also the training hotel for the Azalaï Academy.

Centre Commercial. Ave Van Vollenhoven – Bamako, Mali

Tel:+223 20 70 52 00

Fax:+223 20 70 52 15

Projects in development

6 PROJECTS currently in Azalaï Hotel Group pipeline:

  • 1 Abidjan (Ivory Coast)

    A 4-star hotel with 200 guestrooms in the Marcory district, an up-and-coming new business district in Abidjan.

    Opening in 2015
  • 2 Dakar (Senegal)

    A 4-star hotel with 200 rooms in the Almadies district, located close to the Léopold Sédar Senghor Airport

    Opening in 2016
  • 3 Conakry (Guinea)

    A 4-star hotel with 160 rooms situated in the Coleah district near the administrative and business area of the capital.

    Opening in 2017
  • 4 Nouakchott (Mauritania)

    Azalaï Hotels Group will take over the management and extensively renovate the 4-star, 135-room Marhaba Hotel, located in the heart of the city.

    Opening in 2015
  • 5 Niamey (Niger)

    A 4-star hotel with 150 rooms that is in the center of the city.

    Opening in 2017
  • 6 Sélingué (Mali)

    A 3-star resort with 100 rooms, located 140 km south of Bamako in an exceptional location near Lake Sélingué, which is popular with Malians and expatriates.

    Opening in 2018


In order to continue providing guests with the highest level of service, the ever-expanding Azalaï Hotels Group is committed to developing its employees’ skills.

Therefore, in 2015 Azalaï Hotels Group will open its own hospitality school in Mali. As part of Azalaï Hotel Dunia, the ‘Chiakah Sidibe’ academy will offer valuable professional training giving its students the skills they need to thrive in careers in Africa’s hospitality sector.