Welcome to The Djoloff Boutique Hotel, your Dakar “home away from home.” The Djoloff Boutique Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Dakar, The Djoloff Boutique Hotel is located a short distance from Cathedrale du Souvenir Africain de Dakar (1.9 mi) and Dakar Railway Station (2.0 mi).
The Djoloff Boutique Hotel is a romantic hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge and a rooftop terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Dakar. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Dakar has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like LA PIAZZA, le Colorado, and Gelatiamo, which are serving up some great dishes.
Best of all, The Djoloff Boutique Hotel makes it easy to experience some great Dakar attractions like Presidential Palace, which is a popular government building.
The Djoloff Boutique Hotel puts the best of Dakar at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The place looks wonderful, it's like a green oasis in the middle of pulsating, noisy Dakar. The rooms are great and have anything you need. Especially nice is the rooftop, where the breakfast is served. You have an excellent view of the sea and you can watch the fishermen setting off in the morning. The service is great and everyone is really friendly and helpful. It's a place full of plants and harmony, definitely worth a stay!
Stayed at the Djoloff for 8 Days. Clean, smart lovely Hotel. Roomd where great, AirCon/Hotwater/Bed all very good. Food was very nice. Mediterranean style Continental Breakfast was just enough. Staff was fantastic, and went out of their way to help in anyway possible. Would certain recommend A+
There are some good things about this hotel, the breakfast space up on the roof is nice and the food is and the bar is also an attractive space. However the hotel is located in a part of town that didn't seem to have any special features (we were always driven to and from) but the poorest feature was the room. Windows only looked out onto interior spaces that were staircases and corridors, the room was quite small, it was dark. Staff were friendly and courteous Maybe I would have had a completely different impression if it had been one of the rooms with a balcony. But I imagine they were more exoensive (room was booked by the local tour operator).
This is a great mid-range hotel. My room was functional (everything worked) and had a nice balcony. Staff were friendly and helpful and the restaurant on the roof had really very good food. It is worth going to the hotel just to for dinner. I liked retreating tot he restaurant in the evening and even though I was traveling alone I felt welcome. My only tip for the hotel would be to improve the lock on the bedroom doors - mine (18B) worked but I imagine could easily be forced.
I stayed here with my partner for two nights. The building itself has so much potential. It is clean, well appointed. The bar downstairs looked cool as hell - although we never went (see more on that below). This was probably the best breakfast we had in Senegal. The location is near the beach and other attractions. It's in a super safe area. Unfortunately, we went here primarily to use the bar in the basement and see the music they claim is being played here nightly. But we never saw any time that anything was going on down there at all. There wasn't even an opportunity to just get drinks and hang out. Furthermore, as noted with other reviews - the staff here isn't overly friendly nor do they speak great English - so we couldn't figure out the story downstairs. As mentioned, in a country full of really friendly and warm people - that wasn't the case here. Additionally, many of the rooms required you to walk across this see-through bridge that kind of freaked us out. Finally and this is more of a personal thing - I didn't like the way the hotel smelled. Not sure what that was all about. It's just a lot of money for a hotel in Senegal in spite of the issues I mentioned. Having said all of that - this hotel has tremendous potential because of the building itself, the location and the bar.…