• Pavilion de l'emyrne, Madagascar

About Pavillon de L'Emyrne

About Pavillon de L'Emyrne

Le Pavillon de l’Emyrne is a charming guesthouse originally built in the 1930’s and lovingly restored to reflect the passion of its current owner. From here, atop the Royal Hill in Antananarivo’s old town – in the heart of the old city, there are beautiful views of the plains, right near the Japanese Embassy.

With the perfect location, it is easily incorporated into any stay in Madagascar, equipped for families and couples and in good reach of good retail opportunities and some great eating. 

Lodge Details


A charmingly restored guesthouse that blends well with its surroundings, with a cosy and historical atmosphere.


In Antananarivo’s old town, atop Royal Hill, Le Pavillon de l’Emyrne is easily reached from the airport and in a great spot to reach the shops and restaurants that Antananarivo has to offer.

Accommodation & Facilities

Each of the 13 rooms has a unique design, dotted with antiques and locally sourced furniture, while being quiet and refined with a wonderful sense of class. Some have views of the garden and others to the city and each have an en-suite bathroom, TV, safe, Wi-Fi and telephone. There is one apartment which is great for families, two standard rooms, and 10 superior rooms.

The spa offers a variety of massage treatments and there is also a dining canopy, library with over 200 books and a living room, decorated with paintings and old photos that give you a taste of the area in the olden times. You will also find two computers for guests, storage for luggage and room service.


The dining canopy is reserved for guests at breakfast and other meals. There are lots of nice restaurants in the area, so we suggest you head out and explore those too.


Here you are in a great spot to explore the city, dining at restaurants and shopping, including precious stone and gem markets. There are charming districts with old stone houses to discover and some amazing scenery where you can sit back and absorb where you have found yourself in the world. Also worth seeing are the cathedrals, museums, palace of Ambohitsorohitra, the twelve Sacred Hills and even the Prime Ministers tomb.

Child Policy

Children are welcome.

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