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Lamantin Beach Resort and Spa in Senegal is your ultimate holiday destination

The classic Lamantin Beach Resort and Spa in Senegal

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Looking for a Luxurious Vacay in Senegal? Check out Lamantin Beach Resort and Spa- the real definition of luxury Senegal style.

The 166-roomed resort located in Saly, 40 minutes from the Dakar Blaise Diagne Airport. It is excellent and is surrounded by a beautiful beach but what steals the show among its superb services is the hydrotherapy spa.

Lamantin beach Resort and Spa
Lamantin beach Resort and Spa [Photo by Booking.com]
 The resort is strategically located along the Senegalese coastline making Lamantin Beach Resort a top choice for beach lovers. The resort’s restaurant stretches from the terrace down to the ocean in an envious landscape.

Lamantin beach Resort and Spa
Lamantin beach Resort and Spa. [Photo by Booking.com]
Themed buffet is served at the restaurant, Les Paletuviers tops the list of resorts with sumptuous meals in Senegal. Lunches and dinners are also served at Le Terrase du Port restaurant sitting along the marina and overlooking the beach.

Elegance crowns Lamantin’s wide range of rooms; Standard (Garden), Balcony, Deluxe, Deluxe Seaview, Suite, Suite Seaview, Blue Bay and Blue Bay Seaview. The rooms, all themed in an African style are housed in a two-storey building overlooking manicured gardens with a terrace and balcony. The new Blue Bay annexe has a swimming pool and 20 modern rooms with an enchanting view of the seafront.

The Blue Bay rooms further have a private pool with Jacuzzi for its guests, laundry services, a gift shop and a small market and a bar. The beach club has a tennis court to burn a few calories, a fitness centre, aerobics and beach volleyball.

Lamantin beach Resort and Spa
Lamantin beach Resort and Spa [Photo by Golf World Resorts]
The fun doesn’t end here; culinary demonstrations are offered for guests at Les Paletuviers restaurant. 

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