Luxury Hotels in Kenya
- 1Hotel Class:4 reviews
Here I fell in love with the quality of service, with the staff anticipating even before you ask. Life was a total bliss here.Popular with
- 2Hotel Class:3 reviews
The most green and peaceful place on earth.Popular with
- 3Hotel Class:2 reviews
I dream about going back to this place. The location is amazing, the food spectacular, and the accommodation combines luxury and rustic design perfectly. For fans of "Born Free" or Christian the Lion, this place has some awesome special significance as well.Popular with
- 4Hotel Class:2 reviews
Think of the words that conjure up images of safari - Kilimanjaro? its an ever present backdrop. Maasai? The express purpose of this camp is to help the Maasai survive and the camp protects 280,000 acres for the community to live as they wish. There's just room for 16 guests, and 400 square miles to explore without seeing another tourist ...Popular with
- 5Hotel Class:2 reviews
Service is amazing and hard to imagine being any better. Wonderful rooms and food and of course amazing wildlife. You pay dearly for the experience but it was perfect.
- 6Hotel Class:2 reviews
A very nice National park. I stayed one night there and we did to safaris inside the park, one in the evening , the other one in the morning. Made a lot of great pictures http://www.flickr.com/search/?ss=2&w=37007874%40N00&q=amboseli&m=text - even if we didn't see any cats. The lodging was completely decent. The only issue is the road to go there , it's ...
- 7Hotel Class:2 reviews
I took the hot air balloon ride out of Governor's Camp and it was nothing short of spectacular. The fact that the great migration was happening at the time certainly contributed to that. After soaring over the northern section of the Serengeti Plains, you touch down for a champagne brunch and a game drive back to camp. Pretty memorable.Popular with
- 8Hotel Class:2 reviews
Situated right on a perfect white sand beach, they have a idyllic bar/restaurant with decent food, and an array of drinks. A solid choice for lunch one day.Popular with
- 9Hotel Class:3 reviews
Great rooms, casino and restaurantsPopular with
- 10Hotel Class:1 review
The service, the grounds, the amenities and the location within the Masai Mara is what gives the Fairmont "campsite" unique. This is great for those who wants a good balance of rugged and luxury in the middle of the wonderful Mara.Popular with
- 11Hotel Class:1 review
We had a 3 night stay at Tortilis and we can only recommend it to everyone considering it. The tents are lovely, the views are stunning, the staff is amazing, but most importantly the memories and experiences are unforgettable.Popular with
- 12Hotel Class:1 review
While visiting here be sure to check out Maya Spa. Expect some innovative experience at Maya – an eight person Jacuzzi for aqua therapy, and a flotation pool which provides a sensation of weightlessness, with underwater meditation music. You'll be pampered with a mud pack and a rain shower, leaving your skin velvety. Choose from a host of buddy massages ...
- 13Hotel Class:1 review
Severin Sea Lodge has 188 rooms divided into different categories: the comfortable Karibu Class rooms in traditional Arab style, the luxurious Comfort Class rooms and suites with custom carved Lamu furnishings.
- 15Hotel Class:1 review
This is a truly beautiful river-side camp, with all the natural richness that can only be found in the heart of Africa; it is stuated in Samburu National Reserve in northern Kenya. Time here, watching the peaceful passage of the giraffes, elephants and zebras -to name only three- is a humbling experience; you will return home rejuvinated, and probably never ...Popular with
- 16Hotel Class:1 review
African hospitality and relaxed atmosphere for a truly a carefree holiday. Enjoy the sunset during an extended walk along the wonderful Diani beach.
- 17Hotel Class:1 review
Located on the world famous Diani Beach, The Baobab Beach Resort and Spa is set within 80 acres of tropical gardens, overlooking the Indian Ocean. An oasis of tranquillity and serenity.
- 18Hotel Class:1 review
Enter your deluxe room with its African-Arabian furniture, gaze at the garden or the sea and prepare to dream about everything you will be doing the next morning: a safari, a visit to a real Masai village or a snorkelling trip in the Marine Park.
- 19Hotel Class:1 review
The rooms are quite nice, but the location in the middle of town means that walking outside after dark is not the best idea, and your view from the window of your room is just Nairobi traffic. The food at the restaurants is good, but criminally over priced, and the place does seem a little stuffy and colonial. Overall, overpriced ...Popular with
- 20Hotel Class:1 review
The Serena hotel is a lovely oasis in a busy city. You won't get anything close to an authentic African experience here, but if you need a good night's sleep before heading out on safari then it's a good option. When I stayed there I was disappointed by the beds - I was hoping for a soft mattress after a ...Popular with