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In Sobo Badè the different buildings occupy the space like an architectural work of art built over time with the imagination of the moment. The rooms are equipped with basic comforts and are fairly modest in size. They are decorated with originality by the artists in residence, some have a direct view of the beach and the sea, others of the garden. They are equipped with solar bulbs and are all ventilated or air-conditioned (we even have some with television)

At L’Engouement most of the rooms are built of mud or terracotta bricks, some placed with a compass following the construction technique of the Nubian vaults. In this place the electrical energy coming only from the sun, only the ventilation is possible.

All beds are equipped with mosquito nets, hot water is provided in buckets at all times of the day and night on request. (It should be noted that from June to November the slight freshness of tap water is rather welcome…) –


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  • Katy Wheelock
    Katy Wheelock
    4 months ago

    The cultural workshops, especially the batik and the drumming were appreciated by my family, but also by a group of American teachers of French visiting from the USA. The batik was a nice calming activity. We appreciated the hands-on aspect of the drumming lesson, and made a fair amount of progress, and had a lot of fun in an hour! The location is ideal for relaxing, with beautiful courtyards and terraces, some overlooking the ocean. On a clear day, you can see the Dakar skyline, looking back towards the peninsula. The beach here is small and rocky, but the sunsets are amazing.

  • Angela Nwagbo
    Angela Nwagbo
    2 months ago

    Only went to eat there a few times. It's a nice place to chill but takes rather long for you to get your order. The food is not very good and very expensive. I had a crêpe which was dry and hard. Yassa poulet wasn't well seasoned. The croque monsieur/madame with fries is good and reasonabely priced. So are the sanwiches. (Around 2500-3500 CFA) The omelette is also fine (1000 CFA).

  • Sam K.
    Sam K.
    2 months ago

    Great hotel. Built in 1970 by an architect from Haiti this is a really beatiful hotel and art centre. Its an oasis of peace in Toubab Dialauw where male (and even more female) tourist are constantly being hussled by (mostly men). Its a common thing there. Sobo Bade is peaceful with beautiful views.

  • Palmtop_Tigerr
    Palmtop_Tigerr
    6 months ago

    Review on behalf of my client. They said they loved their stay. Affordable. Food was good. Rooms was exactly as described. Beach access was plus. Beautiful scenery, especially at sunset. Cons: wifi is questionable and the hotel is too close to locals. Locals are too noisy at night and didnt allow us to have good rest some night. They celebrate and its too loud. Would love for some sound proofing of the rooms atleast on the side facing the locals. Other than they got the bang for their buck. Little annoyances but overall good value and quality

  • Markus DeWinter
    Markus DeWinter
    5 months ago

    The Hotel itself is quite nice and has a touch of a fairytale castle. The room was a bit under the standard for the price. We did not feel very safe in the area around the hotel.

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