« With their big made-up eyes looking windows, Tama Lodge’s cabins are a bit like traditional masks. Just laid on the bare sand, under palm trees, they are an invitation to enjoy a resting break on Senegalese sun ». This article extract from « Luxe Magazine » is true, this charm hotel is an African art great collector and lover’s piece of art ».
The Lodge’s 9 rooms are distributed on the property, with 8 traditional cabins stood on sand, 4 of them on the waterfront, 3 in the garden, and the imposing Chief’s cabin, full- rounded with its 8m (5 feet) diameter length, its terrace facing the ocean, and its two bathrooms made of Tadelakt. In the Malian building, the sumptuous Royal Room, with its 80 m² (50 sq feet), the bedroom and the living room open on a large terrace with a diving view on the coconut trees and the beach.
All rooms are made of traditional and natural materials : wood, daub, straw and Tadelakt. Beds are chiselled into tree trunks, curtains are sewn in kuba fabric from Congo. The splendid Touareg camel leather and straw carpets were bought in Mauritania, the bed covers are made of Malian bogolan, the genuine lamps are made of Touareg tent sticks and antique calabashes…
The hotel will enchant nature, Africa and traditional fine art lovers. People interested in beautiful things will appreciate the quality furniture and decoration. In Tama Lodge we know how to make simplicity, elegance, authenticity and comfort a good match, inviting you to a journey out of time, in a refined, friendly and casual atmosphere.