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But this is an oil-rich country that looks forward to a predicted 12 per cent growth in its economy this year.
While major powers lick their wounds over collapsing markets, Angola strides forward at breakneck speed, confident of double-digit growth for years to come.
Politicians hanging on to power, super-rich businessmen with government connections, Chinese construction companies and expat oil executives – everyone wants a piece of the opulence that is today’s Luanda.
Two weeks ago, Portugal’s Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho came with his begging bowl.
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British music producer Mark Voysey, paying £290 a night for a room at the Epic Sana hotel last week, knew Luanda wasn’t cheap.
Angola goes to the polls at the end of the month and campaigning started last week.
Already public protests against poor services, inflation of 13.5 per cent and unemployment of the masses, have been suppressed with tear gas and water cannon.
‘We’ve had our long war, we still have many people who are hungry and poor, we have suffered.
Now people like me with good jobs feel it’s time to treat ourselves.’Venues such as the Tamariz Beach Club on the coast sell champagne for a minimum of £225 a bottle, while a Martini will cost £20, yet they are anything but glamorous – with their clientele of oil-engineer lounge lizards leering at the African girls and their Formica-topped tables serving overpriced pizzas to Chinese construction workers.