The hotel charged CFA35,000 for a two-room suite with two bathrooms. It was nothing special though, and it was clear that the hotel had seen much better days. It also had a good number of bungalows on the way to beach. By the way, the venue charged the non-residents CFA1,500 to use the beach, including infants and toddlers! Not in Limbe, but in Idenau, some 10 miles farther west, the hotel still advertises that it is in Limbe. There was no action around the hotel after sunset. Fortunately, it was Sunday, so the Seme Beach, which the hotel owned, was packed with people. They lounged in the shaded areas, sipping beers and soft drinks. Lads and a couple of gals kicked football, loads of people did some body surfing, and some of the locals dived into the nearby river, which in part run in parallel to the shoreline.
The personnel was below average, and although this is the anglophone part of Cameroon, few of the staff spoke English. Breakfast was terrible. Rooms were basic.