Seaview Gardens Hotel

Address: Off Bertil Harding Highway, Kololi, Gambia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Off Bertil Harding Highway, Kololi, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSeaview Gardens Hotel Kololi

      Reviewed by mclark65

      Not close to a thing...

      Reviewed Nov 20, 2012
      by (1 review) Portsmouth , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Apart from Wonderful staff this place would have received a 2 rating..
      It's location makes it so difficult to do anything with the hassle from the Bumsters once you leave the hotel...
      Too far from the beach.
      Too far from the Strip of Bars and Restaurants.

      You'll pay extra for...

      Full English Breakfast items such as Bacon.

      Air Con (rooms don't even have a fan) which leaves you with little choice to pay the extra £3 a night.

      Room Safe

      Fridge

      Check these prices before you book as it'll came out of your spending money otherwise.



      Dee pool area
      Kombo South, The Gambia
      Relaxing
      Kombo South, The Gambia

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Seaview Gardens Hotel Kololi

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Kololi

      La Fheile Padraig (St Patricks Day)

      A travel blog entry by joseph.heskin on Mar 17, 2013

      3 photos

      ... between players, and the tiny 3 foot wide goals they use. After this we had the best day to date in The Gambia. Drammen invited us back to his home to meet his family including his two fantastic children. We spent the day here playing cards (Guinness brand) and laughing, during which we were treated to an enourmous dish of chicken benechin, a really tasty Gambian dish which Drammen is teaching us to cook next weekend in the bar. True ...

      English Spoken Here!

      A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 16, 2013

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... Even this tiny strip of land is occupied mostly by the river that runs through it. There are no bridges across the river and one can only cross by ferry. Despite its small size, it could take 12 hours by road from one end to the other due to the state of the roads.

      A 10km stretch of Atlantic coast is the heart of Gambia's tourist industry. The coastline is home to a string of beach resorts and we saw several groups of European package tourists headed ...

      What an excellent holiday!

      A travel blog entry by mothman on Mar 02, 2012

      ... is easy, but not much to see. We went to monkey park, which was good and an easy walk (we walked back along the beach, but there using the road). There is much less local character within easy reach compared to the other places we stayed. It is obviously far more touristy here. Bumsters will beg, but not follow you so much. We had them trying to scam us in many ways. Not such a likeable bunch as in Banjul! In Bakau there is croc pool, fishing area ...

      Gambia

      A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Mar 20, 2011

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... was definitely worthwhile. We did not get to travel into the more scenic and beautiful places as we were under quite hectic time constraints so most of what we saw was city and port.

      I had a few problems with my passport initially because I am from South Africa (go figure) but eventually I managed to get a visa and was allowed to go into the country. I won't lie but Gambia, well the places we saw anyway, was ...

      Lunch at Tanji Beach

      A travel blog entry by howiegt on Feb 07, 2011

      4 photos

      ... end of the beach, towards the fish factory. We were too early for the busiest part of the day and JJ explained that the population swells during late afternoon when the fishing fleet arrive back at port.

      New species seen at Tanji:
      Pink-Backed Pelican, Bar-Tailed Godwit, Ruddy Turnstone, Sanderling, Slender-Billed Gull, Kelp Gull, Lesser Black-Backed Gull, Royal Tern, Lesser Crested Tern, Sandwich Tern, Gull-Billed Tern, Yellow Wagtail, White Wagtail
      ...

      Traveler Photos Seaview Gardens Hotel Kololi

      Dee pool area
      Kombo South, The Gambia
      Relaxing
      Kombo South, The Gambia