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BAKADAJI HOTEL - A Breath of Fresh Air

My Magazine 2023/02
8 min
Hotel Bakadaji is the newest 4-star hotel in town. They opened their doors to the public on the 15th of February, 2023.

There are 80 luxurious rooms spread over 11 blocks - each block is named after a Gambian tribe. All rooms have been decorated tastefully with modern African art.

Lekukai, which means A Place to Eat in the Wollof language, is the only restaurant currently open. It has three seating areas - one indoors and two outdoors.  

It has A La Carte, a set menu, daily dinner buffets, Saturday BBQs, and Sunday Brunches. An Indian restaurant is an upcoming feature at Hotel Bakadaji.

The swimming pool, with a very unusual shape, is hidden from view to give privacy to the guests. 

The large conference hall, which can accommodate 75 to 200 people, and the restaurant downstairs make Bakadaji a perfect spot for business events and gatherings.

In addition, there is a gym for fitness enthusiasts and a spa for those who love being pampered.

Bakadaji is the only hotel which has a wastewater treatment plant. The treated water is used to keep their gardens blooming all year round.

Hotel Bakadaji, with its sophisticated and contemporary architecture, is a must-see!

Bookings have started from the 1st of March. Please get in touch with MyGambia to book your stay.



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