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Looking for a Luxurious Beach Holiday in Diani, Mombasa?

Looking for a Luxurious Beach Holiday in Diani, Mombasa?
Written by See Africa Today

Diani, Mombasa is Africa’s leading beach destination characterised by white sands and shades of emerald blue warm waters.

Lantana Galu Beach is the perfect place for a memorable beach holiday with a touch of luxury in Diani, Mombasa.

The idyllic and pristine nature of the Indian Ocean makes Lantana Galu Beach an ideal location for a beach wedding or a honeymoon coupled with other excellent personalised services offered at the facility.

It is against this backdrop that Lantana Galu Beach was named the winner in the 2019 World Luxury Hotels Award. The architectural design of Lantana has a deep undertone of the contemporary Swahili culture with its villas and suites oozing comfort and style.

The series of suites and villas have traditional Swahili furnishing with a modern touch. The open plan design naturally aerates the suites and villas with the cool breeze from the ocean.

Lantana Galu Beach Resort features a one-bedroom penthouse suite for two people with picturesque views of the Indian Ocean to the east and faces Shimba Hills to the West.

Two-and-three-bedroom suites host four and six people respectively. Each of the suites has a balcony. They are designed in an airy open plan with natural light flowing through the French windows. The living and dining room is spacious.

 A master and queen bedroom feature in the three-bedroom suite while the two-bedroom has a twin-ensuite bedroom.

Lantana Galu Beach’s 3-bedroom villas have a Lamu cultural theme at the entrance with carved doors and coral clad decorated walls. The villas have a master and queen bedroom each of them with a balcony and airy windows.

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