“Omali Lodge is one of a handful of luxury hotels on the tiny island nation of Sao Tome. Ideally located close to both Sao Tome town and the Obo National Park it is a great place to base yourself for discovering the bird species (over 143) plus indigenous orchids and plants. Comprising thirty rooms and suites, all tastefully decorated with exposed stone walls and neutral hues broken up by splashes of colour, the majority of which overlook the gardens and pool. Settle down on the bar terrace and enjoy the sunset and views over the beach then wander into the restaurant which serves "international" cuisine. For those looking for a bit of action on site, you can always dust off the tennis racket for a couple of sets on the hotel's court.”
Written by HG Staff
“Why do people love staying in your hotel? The perfect location from to explore the natural and cultural wonders of the equatorial island of São Tomé. This stylishly decorated boutique hotel has 30 comfortable rooms and suite for honeymooners, families and business travellers.
What is there to do in the area? Birwatching, view spectacular scenery, sample “home-grown”chocolate, hike through diverse ecosystems, enjoy local festivals or experience extraordinary peace and natural beauty in such a remote part of our world.
Spot whales on their migration routes, swim and snorkel in the crystal clear seas and coincide your visit with the turtle-nesting seasons, guided forest hikes, ornithological tours, mountain biking, tag and release deep-sea fishing, canoe expeditions with local fisherman, quad bikes to roam the island as well as 4 wheel drive safaris.
What kind of breakfast do you offer? Continental and Full English Breakfast
Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally? We have available from light meals, lunch and dinner menus.
Which are your most popular room types, and why? The Junior Suite which Overlooking the pool, this 45sqm-room includes a king-size bed and a spacious bathroom with separate shower and tub.
What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers? Visiting São Tomé and Principe will be an amazing opportunity to go back to the origins of Africa, to experience a genuine culture and see a rare and pristine nature.”