Perched on top of Antananarivo’s Royal Hill -- the highest point in the city -- Lokanga Boutique Hotel is a charmingly eccentric traditional Malagasy House boasting six unique rooms and spectacular vistas over the country’s capital.
Lokanga Boutique Hotel features six intimate, individually-styled rooms embodying various themes from the 1930s, such as Baroque and West Indies. Personal delicate touches at Lokanga Boutique Hotel, including carefully incorporated antique furniture and décor recalling three generations of Malagasy and French grandeur, lend a feeling of refined elegance and coziness from a bygone era throughout. Replete with all of the comforts of a modern luxury hotel, each bedroom is outfitted with the essential amenities of televisions, wireless Internet access, minibars, palatial four-poster beds, private bathrooms, romantic old-fashioned bathtubs, and furnished terraces offering unforgettable panoramic views of the city and the hotel gardens.
These breathtaking views can also be enjoyed on the covered balcony at the hotel restaurant, where traditional Malagasy dishes and brilliantly presented offerings like buffet breakfasts, homemade cakes, and mouth watering fois gras are served throughout the day. Guests will be spoiled for luxury at Lokanga Boutique Hotel, waking up from a peaceful night’s sleep, delighting in vanilla tea on the terrace, receiving pampering from an extremely hospitable staff, and soaking in the views of the city below.
Only a few short steps from the Queen’s Palace, Lokanga Boutique Hotel is a historic hidden gem and is the former living quarters of the Queen’s royal musicians. This history inspired its naming after the Malagasy violin. Today, it is one of the most unique and ideally located properties in all of Antananarivo, floating above the hubbub of the lively city yet centrally located within the important Haute Ville neighborhood. It is a lovely vantage point from which to stroll down through the city’s old cobbled streets and discover the incredible history and culture of Tana. After exploring the city, return to the red bricks and balconies of Lokanga, enjoying evening drinks on the veranda and reflecting on the fascinating city below, where an amalgamation of the world’s cultures have collided to create a truly unique capital.Request Information