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well were do i start i wasnt sure what to expect as had never been to gambia before.it didnt disappoint the hotel was clean and all staff extremly helpful. we took our grandaughter who was 17 and she loved it she made some great friends...More
Went November 2017 with my wife, first impressions of The Gambia were "what have i done" but remember this is a developing country, be open minded and give it time.
The Hotel: We booked the suite but as you will probably read in other reviews...More
I stayed at this hotel in February 2018,,, this being my second visit to date. It is a very comfortable experience, the staff are great and genuinely friendly.. a haven from the usual hotels in Gambia. I was impressed with the quality of the room...More
This hotel is not fit for habitation. On arrival mouse droppings, no toilet paper, broken jagged light fitting with wires hanging out. No toiletries either but that was the least of the worries! Thomas cook don’t want to know....
also note honest reviews appear to...More
Stayed here with my husband in February 2018. The best part about this hotel is the staff around the pool,,, waiters and the young man who maintained the pool, sunbeds and surrounding area. Great lads & very friendly. We found the females quite miserable ....More
Yes they are. However they do ask you to consider the environment. If you want them changed, leave them on the floor. If you are happy to keep them for a second day hang them up. Don't forget Gambia is very poor. Just... More
Yes they are. However they do ask you to consider the environment. If you want them changed, leave them on the floor. If you are happy to keep them for a second day hang them up. Don't forget Gambia is very poor. Just returned last night!