Turn your stay in East Africa into a comfortable and restful trip by visiting our 4-star hotel in South Sudan. Located in the heart of the South Sudanese capital, our establishment will welcome you to the city. It is located near the Juba airport, between the business district (Central Business District of Juba) and essential tourist sites....
Admire the works of local artists in the Studio One Art Gallery
Relax in the hotel pool after going sightseeing
Discover our 4-star hotel in South Sudan
Book a room in our 4-star hotel in South Sudan. Located in the northeastern part of the capital, our modern and comfortable establishment is a ten-minute drive from Juba International Airport. Located close to the points of interest and most touristic monuments in the city, take advantage of your stay to discover some emblematic places such as the All Saints Cathedral, the Konyo Konyo market (the main market in Juba), the Roots Project Centre (which organizes cultural events and exhibitions), the Nyakuron Cultural Centre (cultural events, sporting events, exhibitions) or the Studio One Art Gallery (which exhibits the works of contemporary South Sudanese artists). After your visits to the capital of South Sudan, take the time to taste a moment of tranquility and freshness by the outdoor swimming pool of our hotel in Juba. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a drink away from the hustle and bustle of the city before coming back to one of our comfortable rooms.
What is there to do in South Sudan?
Our hotel near the Juba business district is the ideal starting point to discover South Sudan. Surrounded by Sudan to the north, Ethiopia and Kenya to the east, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the south, and the Central African Republic to the west, South Sudan has an area of over 250,000 square miles. Crossed by the White Nile, the country is characterized by its high mountains, the highest point of which is Kinyeti, with an altitude of 10,456 feet above sea level, as well as by its vast expanses of tropical forests interspersed with savannas and wet plains. Renowned for its must-see natural sites, South Sudan has some of the most remarkable nature reserves in Africa. Specifically, these include Nimule National Park in the state of Eastern Equatoria, the Ez Zeraf Game Reserve and No Lake in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, as well as Badingilo and Boma National Parks in the state of Jonglei.
Top activities in South Sudan
A stone's throw from our 4-star hotel in South Sudan is the main marketplace in Juba: Konyo Konyo market, formerly known as Bur Lo Tome, or "the belly of the elephant". It’s a lively place where the people of Juba come to do their daily shopping. Within a short distance you will find the Nyakuron Cultural Centre: it’s a large complex with an outdoor stage, an indoor amphitheater and gardens where sporting and cultural events are regularly scheduled, as well as art exhibitions. At the Roots Project Centre, which is not far from the American School of South Sudan, you can applaud performancesby musicians, singers and traditional dancers. The Centre also organizes fashion shows and theatrical performances. Once you’re back in our establishment in Juba and its Golden Tulip restaurant, make sure you visit the Studio One Art Gallery to admire contemporary works by local artists and artisans.