Le Djoloff Hotel
The hotel has 21 rooms including 3 suites, all of which are tastefully decorated with style and elegance. Some rooms have a balcony while others look onto a charming patio with an abundance of flowers and natural light.
Developers have deliberately chosen to focus on natural resources and local expertise for the construction and decoration of the hotel. The main use of local materials used according to artisanal processes make today the charm and uniqueness of the hotel.
Terracotta from Sébicotane, the carpenter cabinetmaker of Mbour, the dust laterite of Popenguine, the fabrics and furniture of Aissa Dione, the wood vein of Tambacounda ,the Ousman M’Bayes scrap metal stools and coffe table , the Beatrices mosaics and the Claire Gobis and Jean Gnilanes frescoes, Senegal was largely emphasized throughout the project.