The exciting and restful five (5) days was spent in the luxurious Sheraton Gambia Hotel Resort & Spa, located in Serekunda, Gambia less than thirty (30) minutes from Banjul International Airport (BJL). The experience was one of a kind having me reminiscing over a vacation i embarked on a long time ago.
Here’s my stay review @SheratonGambia
– I loved the mix of modern and vintage architecture
– Courteous staffs; always smiling and ready to help
– Great ambiance and interior especially at the reception
– Rooms and bedding were clean, i loved the sea view
– We had great fun at the beach and pool side #MyCousinsRock
– I loved the shuttle service that takes you round the hotel
– The spa facilities were outdated compared to other hotels we visited
– The meal choices were good and varied. Breakfast at the Cremata Restaurant, a little snack and drink here and there at the beachfront and we ate out too (I am not such a foodie)”
Enjoy the stay pictures!
|I didn’t capture this. You know right?|
|Back view of my room|
|Back view of the Cremata Restaurant|
On this day, we headed to Banjul Market to do some shopping. Unfortunately, there are no pictures. I wasn’t comfortable taking pictures in the market because i wasn’t sure of the traders’ reaction.
|Me and my crew: Bunny & Hovey|
|Shuttle Service available on request|
The third day i guess, we went for lunch at The Coco Ocean Gambia Resort & Spa. Don’t you just love the decor and lighting of the hotel entrance? It’s so welcoming
After lunch, we went checking out the rooms, after all we are tourist. It’s allowed
Fourth day was spent at the Kachikally Crocodile Pool and Museum. It had a small pool side market where local fabrics, already-made clothes, bags and beads are sold.
*WARNING* The view below is for the brave hearts
The last day was spent indoor and at the Naatange Spa & Fitness Center for a little pampering and relaxation of the mind, body and soul (this was a complimentary package). A time at the Sauna and Steam room, a massage and a pedicure and i was set to head back to Nigeria.
|What were you expecting to see?|
P.S: This isn’t a sponsored post, i had an awesome time and needed to share.
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