I arrived at the Fomo'92 Hotel minutes before sunset. The lodge was located on one of the many hills of Kumbo and about 20 en-suite rooms, all except two were called 'single' and had comfortable double-size beds. These went for CFA7,500, which was a jolly good value for money. They were small and rather basic. Yet, everything seemed to work; hot water, flat screen TV, door locks. The sheets were clean. White towels, toilet rolls and a minute bar of soap were all provided. The other two rooms were called suits and went for either CFA10,000 or CFA8,500. I did not check them, but apparently they were not much different than all the single rooms. The hotel had its own power generator. And when I visited, they indeed had to use it.
Their restaurant was good. Estelle, the cook, could slap a few basic but yummy dishes within 20 minutes. Be it roast chicken with rice and sauce, or with rustic chips or fried plantains, or grilled fish with the same. These went for CFA3000 or so a piece.