Set beside Kikambala beach in
a secluded position, about 17 miles north of Mombasa.,
approximately one hour and 15
minutes from the airport.
restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner overlooking the Indian
Ocean, and there is a selection of places to eat in the evenings.
Nightly entertainment including theme nights, discos, live bands
and traditional dancers, takes place on the terrace.
Windsurfing, paddleboats, kayaks and snorkelling are complimentary from
the beach, and an introductory scuba lesson in the pool is available at
Glass bottom boat rides, deep sea fishing and motorised sports can be
arranged at extra charge.
The hotel also offers crazy golf, table tennis, volleyball, tennis
bicycles, darts, Swahili lesson and accompanied school walks at no extra
The hotel has a freshwater swimming pool, two saltwater pools, indoor
games room with TV and video, and supervised mini-club for children
aged 4 – 11 years except Sundays (0930 –1130 and 1430 – 1630).
At low tide the sea goes way out, and you can walk to the coral reef
All are in traditional Lamu style in one, two and three storey
buildings in colourful gardens.
Standard have air conditioning, bath, shower, ceiling fan,
telephone and balcony.
Deluxe rooms are larger with
sea view, refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, and hair dryer.
and informal with attractive gardens and public areas.
Entertainment is hotel-based, as the location is a little remote. A good value All-Inclusive property.