Lomé

ONOMO Hotel Lomé

ONOMO Hotel Lomé

Located opposite a palm-fringed sandy beach close to the heart of Togo’s capital, the ONOMO Lomé is one of the city’s most renowned hotels, hosting various high-profile sporting and cultural events throughout the year. 

Overview

The two-storey, crisp-white ONOMO hotel has 127 rooms and suites, a restaurant with terrace, bar, fully equipped gym, large sociable lobby area, an outdoor pool, and manicured gardens created by local designers. Its four meeting rooms and excellent WiFi make it a favourite for business travellers as well as tourists. 

Food & service

Service is friendly, with front-of-house staff particularly noted for their multilingual skills, which include German, French and English. The O’Kope Afro-bistro restaurant offers a variety of Western staples but prides itself most on its African fusion dishes, which combine local and international flavours. O’Kope Bar is situated next to the pool and operates 24 hours a day, serving cocktails, wines, beers and spirits. 

Accommodation

The hotel’s rooms are modern, clean and crisp, while also being designed with comfort in mind. Room sizes include Standard,  Superior, and Suite rooms. Standard and Superior include queen-sized beds, dedicated workspace, balcony, and walk-in showers. All Superior rooms come with minibars. Junior Suites and Suites have queen-sized beds, as well as minibar, dressing area, and lounge area. Juniors are 25 m². Main suites are 36 m² and come with espresso coffeemakers as an added perk. 

Activities

If there’s a hot ticket to be had in Lomé, chances are the event is being hosted at the ONOMO. From Togo’s Mixed Martial Arts final, boxing tournaments, wine-tasting classes, exhibitions showcasing local artists to music concerts held in the hotel’s gardens. There are also tennis courts on-site, and staff will be happy to make recommendations for exploring the wider city.

Impact

The ONOMO also hosts the Tchale Lekema festival every August. The Tchale Lekema organisation aims to develop the skills and talents of Togolese youth, and the festival is a celebration of their creativity.

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