Located in Dakar, Onomo Dakar Airport is near the airport and close to Stade Leopold Senghor. Additional area points of interest include Hann Park and Cheikh Anta Diop University.
Onomo Dakar Airport's restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. This 3.5-star property has a 24-hour business center. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas.
There are 108 guestrooms at Onomo Dakar Airport. Guestrooms have balconies. Bathrooms feature hair dryers. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. In addition to in-room safes, guestrooms offer phones. Flat-panel televisions have satellite channels. Air-conditioned rooms also include electronic/magnetic keys.
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"Great Transit Hotel"
Reliable airport pick up and drop off service. Rooms are practical and clean. Definitely not a holiday destination, but perfect for transit. Restaurant is great and convenient. ATM also available. There is no elevator to get to top floors, but who needs an elevator
"Great for Transit"
I stayed here for a day while in transit. Very cosy, very artistic reception an dinning. The rooms - weren't that appealing - very basic. There is a mini gym - loved it. Made use of it. Booked my room using booking.com and they respected the online rate - after I showed them the booking email. Free shuttle to and fro the airport - which I had known would have saved me the energy of fighting with a fraudster cab guy- He wanted 10,000 CFA from the airport to the hotel. [1 minute drive] Totally recommended for transit.
Clean, good reception, very quiet but had to wait a lot for the driver for transfer from airport (luggage was delayed 2 days 😡), breakfast was minimal, wall was leaking in the toilet (!), no extraction there too ... Price too high for quality
"Be ready for the scammers at the airport. The hotel was a relief!"
We arrived in Dakar after a five-hour delay on our flight, knowing we had very little time there to make our meeting connection as it was. We were very tired and not ready for the onslaught of scammers wanting to take us to the hotel, which was just around the corner from the airport. [Note: anywhere in Africa if you don't want to be subjected to those with their hands out - They want a tip if they open a door, a tip if they (unasked for) grab your luggage to carry it, a tip to show you where the bathroom is, etc., etc. - you must be firm in saying no. No need to get ugle, but firmness is called for. Sometimes I would use them knowing this was the only way they could earn a little money to feed themselves at times.] If you speak French, you have a definite advantage with the locals. The guard who extricated me from the crowd of men vying for my taxi business (very helpful since he was armed) knew just enough English to tell me not to pay more than $10 in Senegal money to be taken to the hotel. [Another note: have the hotel phone number handy to call them - the shuttle is free, no need for a taxi] As I did not have the hotel number handy, we were forced to take the offer of the taxi (his own car, which was dirty and barely ran - but it got us there). The staff at the hotel were very helpful and understanding of our tiredness. Again, English not being their first language, my knowledge of French was limited and stretched to its limit. The room was tiny, but the shower was such a blessing and the bed very comfortable. We only had a couple of hours to sleep before our meeting, which was a breakfast meeting at the hotel. The place was very crowded! The breakfast bar was much better than the average hotel breakfast, and well served. We had to leave immediately after the meal and meeting for the airport, and the hotel shuttle took us right to the proper entrance for our airline. I would definitely return here - hopefully on a less rushed schedule. [Just another note: In many parts of Africa, armed guards at closed gates carefully inspect each entrant. This is not occasion for alarm, and to be appreciated as the extra security is sometimes very necessary in places.] Free wi-fi included.
"Spoiled by incompetence"
The shuttle left us waiting outside the airport for over an hour, leaving us with very little sleep before our next flight the following morning. They claim breakfast starts at 4:30, yet not even the croissants and bread are out at this time, let alone a fried egg. No bottled water in the room. As a business transit traveller here, I cannot recommend this hotel, nor will I be staying here again.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM