Escape to an exclusive island of Dionewar, where the lodge of Delta Niominka nestles between the white sands of Saloum Delta National Park and the mainland. Hotel Delta Niominka with its spectacular location offers the eco-tourist an opportunity to explore and experience the natural diversity of this unique island of pristine beauty and is listed as a UNESCO heritage site.
Accommodation at the Hotel Delta Niominka consists of :
Set among coconut palm-trees swaying to the rhythm of a soft breeze and deep red hibiscus flowers brightly illuminating the scenery. 38 spacious rooms and 7cottages are spread out over the resort and surrounded by refreshing pools and relaxing lounging areas, under thatch-laden umbrellas. Its African surrounds inspire the modern décor, and offer air conditioning, telephone, satellite TV, mini-bar and DVD player. Boasting arguably the most scenic views are the 10 larger cottages situated along the beachfront. Awaken to the sounds and sights of the golden beach and azure surf.
The resort offers two terraced swimming pool areas which are popular spots for relaxation and get-togethers with fabulous views of the Delta. If you can tear yourself away from the beach, stroll down to the private jetty and enjoy some fishing while spotting a variety of bird life. If you just want to restore your energies, you'll find extensive treatments and therapies on offer to fully immerse your body and mind.
True to its name, the restaurant has a location second to none, with awesome views sweeping across the bay, offering you impressive continental buffet breakfasts and truly enchanting themed evening buffets, under starlit skies, enwrapped by balmy temperatures and heady scents of fragrant flowers.
Paradise does not come sweeter than the Hotel Delta Niominka.
Luxury sea view room
Rooms & Prices
Enter your stay dates to view prices
|For more info
Excellent & Prompt Service
Only Quality, Verified Listings
No Booking Fees. Save Money
All Bookings are Secure
Quick & Easy Payment Options
About the Host
Member since: 3 July 2009