Quirky hotel features in The Gambia and Senegal

Updated on Apr 24, 2017 by Stacey Parsons

Blog > Quirky hotel features in The Gambia and Senegal

Discover some of the inspired creations which can be found inside some of our hotels.

During a recent trip to the smiling coast, I found my attention was drawn to the rather weird and wonderful items that some of the hotels featured. With some reflecting a traditional African feel, and some just being completely unique, it was great fun to explore each hotel’s grounds, as I never knew what I was going to find next!

 

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Ngala Lodge's bathroom buddies and hidden animals...

These two characters I found in Ngala’s new Macondo Suites, keeping you company whilst you enjoy a shower.

This little hippo appears to have lost his way in the gardens, and there’s also a family of penguins who are very far from Antarctica…

Dine on a throne fit for a king…

At Domaine Les Paletuviers in Senegal, these funky chairs in all their vibrant colours are not something you see every day!

And this dining table and fire pit at Mandina Lodges certainly stand out for their rustic elegance.

Traditionally Africa…

Going back to Domaine Les Paletuviers in Senegal, this outdoor shower next to the pool demonstrates African wooden sculptures superbly.

And this figure sat nicely on a brightly coloured bench is a unique touch to the hotel gardens at Leo’s Beach.

If you’d like to head to Gambia and Senegal to see what quirky features you can find, visit The Gambia Experience website for more information about a holiday to Gambia.

 

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