The perfect hotel for Guests looking for comfort, service and attention to the details during the stay in Sao Tomé. This elegant boutique offers 30 elegant rooms and suites for honeymooners, families and business trips.
“The staff are like old friends, and just about everybody doing anything interesting in the islands ends up at the Omali Bar. I feel it is sort of my island home and my island friends are eventually always there. It is the meeting place for folks who make the island magic what it is.”
Bob Drews - San Francisco, California
“I stayed in Omali Lodge this summer and it was the perfect base to explore the island. The friendly staff helps to organize your excursions and speak multiple languages. Also spacious and luxurious rooms and great food. Good seafood but also loved the curries!”
Jacqueline - Netherlands
“... I have been traveling every 2-3 months to Sao Tomé & Principe and I always stays at the Omali Lodge. This boutique hotel is really charming with its coco trees garden... The rooms are very pleasant, large and comfortable, very clean and quiet, well decorated, a lot of small attention which makes the difference…”
Philippe-Perles - Genève, Switzerland
Omali provides the very best conditions for hosting your personal or corporate event.
Choose a garden setting, or opt for Omali’s pleasant meeting room, equipped with projector, screen and air conditioning with a seating capacity for up to 30.
Host your event with us and you can be sure everything will be a great success!
Os mais tropicais e genuínos sabores podem ser experimentados restaurante do Omali.
Com uma grande variedade de ingredientes frescos e locais, os nossos Chefes proporcionam-lhe diariamente uma experiência gastronómica inesquecível.
Do Calulu à salada de búzios aqui pode experimentar pratos tradicionais de São Tomé ou se preferir uma fusão entre São Tomé e Portugal. Experimente a garoupa à braz.
Desperte os seus sentidos na varanda do restaurante Omali com vista para a baía da Praia Lagarto em São Tomé.
“ AThe islands are places of solitude and never is this so clear as when those passing through are about to depart and stand at the docks to say farewell to those remaining behind. At the moment of farewell, it is almost always sadder to remain than to depart, and on an island, this marks a fundamental difference, as if there were two species of human beings: those who live on the island and those who arrive and depart”
IN EQUADOR, MIGUEL SOUSA TAVARES
Lovadu means welcome in Forro
São Tomé e Príncipe
São Tomé and Príncipe, officially designated the Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe, is an island state located in the Gulf of Guinea. It consists of two main islands (São Tomé and Príncipe) and several smaller islands, with a total area of around 1001 km² and 160 thousand inhabitants. It has no land frontiers but is relatively close to the coasts of Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon and Nigeria.
The islands of São Tomé and Príncipe were uninhabited when the Portuguese navigators João de Santarém, Pedro Escobar and Edigel Campos discovered them in 1470. Hence, they became a Portuguese colony from the 15th century up to their Independence, on the 12th July, 1975.