• Mika Hotel Luanda - TWIN ROOM

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    Room facilities:FREE WiFi, Telephone, TV, WiFi


    Max 2 adults and a child under 12 years.Kamer-boeken-EN1

    Bed size:Double room

    Room size:20 square metres


This popular Hotel is situated in Viana, 15Km away from the new international airport and is part of the prestigious Mika Group of Hotels that boasts of sound and unique hospitality services.It has astonishingly furnished rooms which range from the deluxe rooms to the Superior suites. Each room is equipped with broad band internet access, air condition control system, mini bar, electric safe, hair dryer and tea coffee stations


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Children and extra beds

Possible by request


Not Allowed

Accepted credit cards



  • A la Carte restaurant
  • Bar
  • Buffet restaurant
  • FREE WiFi
  • Laundry
  • Lounge
  • Reception 24 hours
  • Security 24 hours
  • WiFi


Play Area children




No Free parking

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Nightlife info

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Culture and history info

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