Location: Talinjoo Hotel is a refined beach hotel with an infinity pool located in Fort-Dauphin, in the south of Madagascar. Talinjoo Hotel is placed on top of the hill, in a quiet area, 2 minutes down to the beach, with amazing view of the Indian Ocean, the mountains and sunsets.
How to get here: Fly to Fort-Dauphin (FTU) and take a 15-min road transfer to the hotel. Talinjoo Hotel is within 20 minutes’ stroll from Sainte Luce Reserve Nature Preserve. You can get to the center of For Dauphin in about 15 minutes’ walk. A 10 minutes’ drive takes you to Lac Lanirano.
Structure: Talinjoo Hotel has 15 sea-facing rooms with private balconies. The decor is charming and the space is great. There is a bar and a restaurant, an infinity pool, a shared lounge and a garden, a spa and a yoga deck. The rooms are constructed using local materials and raw timber with simplicity and comfort in mind, integrating perfectly with the surroundings. They come with air conditioning, a seating area, a satellite TV, a safety deposit box and a private bathroom with a shower, bathrobes and a hairdryer. Talinjoo offers some units with pool views.
Why staying here: It is a child-friendly hotel and a great options for both families and couples. This is definitely one of the best hotels in the area and one of the few in Madagascar where you have a yoga deck, moreover that it is facing the sea and has amazing views.
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