Le Djoloff - Dakar14.67967, -17.462292
Le Djoloff Hotel is a grand 3-star property featuring airport transfer, laundry and housekeeping.
Le Djoloff Hotel is also placed within a 25-minute walk of Sandaga Market. A mosque and a museum lie a short distance away.
Le Djoloff Hotel offers a beautiful view to its guests.
It will take 15 minutes by car to get to Dakar-Yoff-Lйopold Sйdar Senghor International airport.
Guests of Le Djoloff Hotel can make use of a mini bar, wireless internet, flat-screen television, a balcony and a work desk. Rooms come with the sea view. They feature bathrooms with a shower, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
The on-site comforts include a safety deposit box, parking and a news stand.
Number of rooms: 21.
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Pedal boating
- Table tennis
- Airport shuttle
- Self-service laundry
- Dry cleaning
- Welcome pack
- Full board
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Buffet breakfast
- Air conditioning
- Connecting rooms
- Living room
- Rollaway beds
- Electric kettle
- Direct dial telephone
- City landmarks
Architecture, decor, and room were exquisite. Service was friendly & helpful Restaurant and bar were excellent Manager was extremely helpful Great location for exploring and easy access to other areas
I only stayed one night but I will def come back. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the room was big with internet connection,bottled- water supply and air conditioning.
Bring your own shampoo and bathroom stuff. Other than that, all good
Staff was wonderful, friendly, always helpful. Location is good and roof terrace terrific. Highly recommendable!
Very satisfying combination of location, authentic interior, friendly staff and fantastic rooftop terras. Rooms are very beautiful and romantic.
Everything was perfect.
The facilities themselves were amazing. There was attention to every detail in the building and decor. It felt like we were transported to a different place when we walked inside. Staff was very friendly and accommodating (when we thought our AC wasn't working). My favorite part was the roof terrace with restaurant, especially at night when there was a cool breeze and you could see the city skyline.
The AC wasnt on when we got to our room. We went up to the roof terrace with wonderful welcome cocktails in hopes that our room would cool down. About an hour later, we went back to the room and it was a bit cooler, but not what I would expect. My wife was still sweating inside the room. We told them and they checked it out and asked if we wanted a different room. We said, "If it wouldn't be trouble." immediately they showed us a room and even brought our bags for us. The AC in the next room was the same way. We were uncomfortable and sweating for a while and we talked with the staff about it. Finally a manager came in and said that the AC units aren't powerful enough to get it cool right away. It turns out they were right. If we had waited in the first room, it probably would have been cooler in te next 30 minutes. Once the room got cool, it remained very cool and we had no other problems. If you go to this hotel, just ask them to have the AC turned on a couple of hours before you come.
I found every member of the staff to be extremely concerned with my well- being and very accommodating. This was consistent with perhaps the 8-10 people I encountered from the reception to the restaurant. The rooms and hotel was exquisitely appointed and the furniture was quite beautiful and interesting. Very clean and comfortable down to the detail. I travel quite a bit in West Africa and found this to be one of the best places I've stayed at, including 4 and 5-star hotels.
The location was not too close to the highlights of Dakar, but this was a very minor drawback, and I actually liked staying out of the limelight.
Lovely hotel with a great vibes, gorgeous and unique with very comfortable rooms. The rooftop terrace is fabulous and we enjoyed breakfast watching the sun come up and dinner with the breezes. Just brilliant. Staff hugely friendly and helpful and the artisinal market and fishermen and pirogues just a short walk away. All in all, a lovely experience.
Not much not to like. They do have a staff member who follows people to their rooms as they come in, ostensibly to check if air conditioner is working, but ultimately demands 2000 cefa for a trip to clinic to see a dentist He does it to everyone and because he's quite skilled, it's clear he's been at it a while. We complained that a man should not push his way into a woman's room but although they yelled at him, nothing else was done, and he tried again on another friend. Room cleaners also tend to leave windows open or french doors unlocked and one comes into a room wiht masses of mosquitoes greeting you. A bit more focus on client needs would be nice. I offer this merely as constructive criticism - it would not deter me from staying there again. I never felt endangered, just annoyed.
Welcoming staff, room was clean and confortable. The terrasse charming.
Great boutique Hotel. Wonderful design. Would fit into Malibu California.
Needs room safes
La courtoisie et l'amabilité de la direction et du personnel Le caractère de l'hôtel, restauration de très bon goût La situation géographique et la vue La qualité de la restauration
La simplicité et la cordialité du personnel sans compter sa vue magnifique sur la mer à quelque lieux et aussi les superbes rencontres qu'on peut y faire( african Rorry n her wdrful husband)