Dakar Hôtel Monaco Plage
Bel Air Hann
Enjoy a stay at one of the nicest beaches in Dakar. The Monaco Plage Hotel will charm you with its tropical vegetation just 5 minutes away from Dakar and 20 minutes from the airport.
The beach of the Monaco Plage offers fine golden sand where you can enjoy sunbathing or just relaxing in the shade of a coconut tree. For the more active ones, jetskis can be rented.
Our restaurant with its new menu offers typical Senegalese dishes with European and Asian inspiration. For breakfast, meals or just for a drink, the restaurant and the bar-lounge offer a pleasant indoor dining room decorated in contrasting colors of wood and a terrace overlooking the bay.
The WiFi is available in all common spaces. You can find a shop for your small purchases and massage services.
Transfers to and from Leopold Sedar Senghor airport in Dakar can be arranged for you. Our reception is open 24/24 to secure your arrival and departure. Finally, a private parking is available for free.
The Monaco Plage offers 34 rooms all featured with satellite Canal+ TV. You will appreciate the freshness of our rooms all air conditioned and equipped with televisions. Choose a standard room, a room with a walk-in terrace on the beach or why not choosing our mini-suite which has a huge picture window with stunning views over the Bay of Hann and Goree Island?
The taxi are cheap in Dakar and are the best means to reach the Monaco Plage. The Monaco Plage is known by all taxi drivers.
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I was quite discouraged with the over all state of the property. It is crying out for good rehabilitation and maintanance. When I got to the beach though, it was another thing. This is one of the most beautiful beaches I have seen. The white sand on this beach is just owesome. If only the rooms can be rehabilated, repainted, this place can be a world beater.
I think it is also not a good idea to ask hotel residents to pay for the small beds and mattresses used at the beach (not sure what their name is).
Some of the services such as drinks at the drink stand closest to the beach seem to be outsourced. This particular spot is manned by a very rude girl who has never heard of the word customer service. She could easily move around asking patrons lying around the beach if they need a drink and then proceeding to serve them if they did. She spent most of her time either sleeping or playing games on some computer.
It has great potential but just needs proper management.
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