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Rlj Kendeja Resort and Villas
10.0 Excellent

14.7 km from city centre, Monrovia Show on map

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Providing a shuttle service to Roberts International Airport, as well as free wireless internet, Rlj Kendeja Resort and Villas is a comfortable place to stay in Monrovia. It also provides valet parking, babysitting/child services and a swimming pool.

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Cheapest month:December
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Monrovia:₱7,590/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₱681/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
₱4,888 - ₱10,227
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Rlj Kendeja Resort and Villas
10.0 Excellent

14.7 km from city centre, Monrovia Show on map

Providing a shuttle service to Roberts International Airport, as well as free wireless internet, Rlj Kendeja Resort and Villas is a comfortable place to stay in Monrovia. It also provides valet parking, babysitting/child services and a swimming pool.

₱10,938
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About Monrovia

Located where the Mesurado River flows into the Atlantic Ocean, Monrovia was founded in 1822 as one of Africa’s earliest African American settlements. It now serves as the lively capital of Liberia, with its low-rise buildings framed by swaying palm trees and a distinctly tropical vibe in its streets. In addition to exploring the National Museum and bustling riverfront market, it makes a convenient base for visiting the chimpanzee colony of Monkey Island.

Things to do

Delve into the country’s history at the National Museum of Liberia, which occupies the Old Supreme Court building in the heart of Monrovia. Presidential papers and official documents are on display on the ground floor, together with the nation’s first flag that was hoisted back in August 1847. Take the time to browse the traditional household objects and the museum’s ethnographical collection, together with its contemporary works by Liberian artists.

Originally built by Pan Am Airlines, Hotel Ducor is a crumbling colonial ruin that’s become one of Monrovia’s most popular tourist attractions. You can wander through the once-luxurious grounds where high-level political meetings were held and soak up the elevated views across the Atlantic Ocean from the hotel’s now-empty swimming pool.

Looking for souvenirs? You’ll find everything imaginable at Waterside Market, a chaotic commercial hub on the banks of the Mesurado River. Traditional African textiles, leather goods and pottery items are piled high beneath the market’s colourful umbrellas, with fierce haggling all a part of the experience.

Getting around

Roberts International Airport is just over an hour’s drive from the centre of Monrovia and has flights to destinations across West Africa, as well as to Paris and Brussels. Buses connect Monrovia with destinations across Liberia while taxis and share-taxis are the main means of getting around the city.

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  • What are the best hotels in Monrovia?

    Murex Plaza Hotel & Suites, rated with a score of 7.4 from 73 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Monrovia. Other top stays include Boulevard Palace, with an average rating of 7.7 from 44 reviewers, and Royal Grand Hotel, with a score of 8.8 from 46 reviewers.