There are a variety of lodging choices available, each with its own price and quality. You may expect to spend USD60-100 per night (and more) for a hotel that meets western standards of good to great. On the other hand, a bed or mattress (typically with mosquito net and linens) in a room or on the roof may be had for around USD5-10 per night. Toilets and showers are typically in a communal facility in such locations (think camp site camping with less gear). There are hotels or auberges in every tourist location, and many sites will also have homestays. Sleeping on the roof terrace, if available, is not only the cheapest but also the most comfortable, as it allows you to sleep under the stars (which are incredibly bright outside of Bamako due to the lack of light pollution) – just bring your mosquito net and be ready to wake up to the call to prayer at 5:00 a.m.