I stayed one night here (and was charged for 2 because of a 6 am check in). When I arrived, I immediately began researching other options because I knew it wasn't going to work for a 2 week stay for business. The first problem was that the restaurant was closed for the duration of Ramadan, and for a week before and after. Apparently it is an annual closure, though I am not sure if it is for Ramadan or the month of August (the timing of Ramadan changes). This meant that there was no lunch, dinner or room service and that breakfast consisted of baguettes and jam (for a whopping $10). There aren't any obvious places to walk to for meals either, and taking taxis for 2 weeks gets expensive.
While the rooms were clean, they were a bit dismal. There was nothing on the walls and my room only had one small window, and it was tucked away in a corner that couldn't be seen from the bed. The lights were terrible-- it was impossible to read at night. The mattress and pillows were typical African foam and the bedspread was one of those thin scratchy things you find at motels.
My colleague and I both had problems opening the in-room safes. When we asked for help, the manager came to our rooms and popped a cover off the place next to the keypad and opened the safe with a key. Not exactly high security.
I think the place would be perfectly fine for one or two nights if you were passing through Dakar and weren't planning on spending too much time in the hotel, but the prospect of 2 entire weeks there when I need to be spending my evenings working was pretty bleak.
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