Senegambia Beach Hotel
By day, relax in wonderful palm-fringed gardens and step onto a golden beach the Senegambia Beach Hotel. When the sun goes down celebrate African culture during dance and music evenings.
See monkeys, lizards, squirrels and vultures in the oasis of tropical palm trees and colourful exotic plants at the Senegambia Beach Hotel.
This unique beachfront hotel is in the Kololi district of the Gambia, famous for its bars, restaurants, night clubs and busy craft markets.
Guests can celebrate African culture during evening entertainment with folklore nights and themed buffets while the Atlantic Beach Bar & Restaurant overlooks the sea and pool and is a popular casual dining area. Sit on the terrace with a cocktail to enjoy spectacular sunsets after a day on the beach.
Another choice is to dine in the Domordula Restaurant or enjoy drinks and snacks in the Oasis Pool area which overlooks the beautiful gardens for a totally tropical vibe!
Senegambia Beach Hotel operates a cashless system and on arrival guests provide a credit card or cash deposit in return for guest pass for use at all food and beverage outlets.
Please note: The hotel management requests that any food or drink bought off site should not be consumed in public areas of the hotel.
Transfer time from the airport is approximately 35 minutes.
Olympic Rating: 3 Star Plus
Official Rating: 3 Star
There is a fantastic choice of traditional and international dishes available. For a light tasty snack during the day you have the choice of the Beach Grill or Terrace where you will find various snacks, sandwiches, pizzas or salads. There are a selection for hot and cold dishes available in the buffet restaurant for your evening meal and for that special night there is always the option of dining in the very smart and stylish Flamingo a la carte restaurant. For that refreshing after dinner drink you can lounge in the inviting lobby bar and reception area, or sit outside in the balmy Gambian air under the clear star-studded sky at the Terrace Bar whist listening to soft music or watching a performance of traditional Gambian dancers as they move to the hypnotic sound of the rhythmic African drums.