SACKO Hotel in Djelibani Siby
Located in Djelibani Siby at 50 km from Bamako,the well renownedtouristic site of Siby is set to welcome the new 4 star luxuryhotel. The new facility is aiming at boosting the tourist activity in Siby by offering a unique experience to all visitors. The 60 bed hotel offers the followings:
On the ground floor, a multipurpose room that can accommodate up to 300 people, a gym, a restaurant, and a barare visually connected to the swimming pool and the spa at the back of the hotel. The hotel lobby and the reception are located at the main entrance with an atrium that goes up to the roof. The void at the main entrance lobby pierces through the 6 floors of the hotel creating a monumental courtyard with a triangular skylight, clad in fragments of white marble that reflect light from the sky down the elongated volume.
The hotel rooms are located on the upper levels around the atrium starting from the first to the 5th floor and offer breath taking views to the surrounding magnificent landscape characterized by mountains and trees.
The design of the hotel was mainly inspired by the mountains that over look down the site and the open land around it. It gets narrow as you go up to the roof providing open green terraces on every floor and easily accessible by all tenants sharing the same floor via the main corridor. The top two floors contain the suites including the presidential suites with private terraces in front of a panoramic window composed of engineered sliding glass doors designed to not only minimize the solar heat gain but also the noise pollution from the nearby highway. Adding to the elegance of the project, a powerful monochromatic scheme defines each of the functions.
The exterior car parking accommodates up to 200 vehicles. The swimming pool, the massage rooms, and the sport facilities (basketball, and tennis courts) are all located at the back of the hotel. The swimming pool features an islandin the middle where you can buy snacks, ice-cream and relax under the beautiful sun.
Client: Mamadou Sacko “Malian Diaspora”