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The bright and colourful Djeliba Hotel in Kololi is built in a unique style and has quickly established itself as a popular choice with British holidaymakers. Built in an Art Decor style the hotel is a popular choice with families and couples who enjoy the comfortable surroundings and the lovely sandy beach almost on the doorstep - just 100m away. The large swimming pool is a great place to cool down in the heat of the day or you can lie on a sun lounger enjoying the hot African sunshine.
The Djeliba Hotel has a Morrocan Spa that is a popular choice and offers a range of treatments as well as four bars within the hotel. The resort centre is just 500m away and is known locally as the Senegambia Strip, where you will find a good choice of restaurants and bars many of which have live African music and there are a couple of music bars that play music by popular international artists.
Pool, Sun terrace, Free sunloungers and parasols, Free pool towels, International restaurant with evening theme meals including barbecue and African cuisine, Ice cream parlour, Swim-up pool bar, Lounge bar serving tapas, Beach bar, Restaurant bar, Tennis court, Volleyball, French bowls, Aerobics, Gym (min. age 16yrs), Moroccan spa with beauty treatments, hammam and massage, Snooker and Darts. There is a reception area, Internet access, Money exchange, Laundry service and for children: Kids' pool; Playground; Toys and games; Free highchairs and cots.
The hotel also offers regular evening entertainment, usually including acrobats, traditional groups and live music at weekends.
Rooms at the Djeliba Hotel sleep up to 2 adults and have double bed (plus cot if required), individually controlled air conditioning (payable locally), wall fan, satellite TV, iron and ironing board (available on request), mosquito net (available on request) and shower room.
Lively hotel in a great position close to the main resort but far enough away for an early night away from the nightlife. We would recommend bed and breakfast here due to the wide range of restaurants close by.