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Top Boutique Hotels In Kenya You Should Visit

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Written by See Africa Today

Most tourists are excited about the possibility of visiting an African country. They want to see the wildlife and coastlines, but they also want to be pampered.

After tours, safaris, and other activities, Kenya has fantastic boutique hotels with an oasis of comfort and elegance.

Kopje Elewana Elsa

In one of the 11 guestrooms, you can make yourself at home. Private furnished patios are available in each room. They provide bathrobes and complimentary toiletries in private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers. You will find coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is daily. A safari is available, as well as an outdoor pool. Elewana Elsa’s Kopje in Meru National Park is 11 minutes by driving from Meru National Park. Other amenities at this lodge include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and BBQ grills.

Kopje Elewana Elsa

Kopje Elewana Elsa in Meru, Kenya. [Photo: Luxury Travel Advisor]

Palm Garden Boutique Hotel 

Watamu is a peaceful community located 100 kilometers (60 miles) north of Mombasa on Kenya’s most beautiful beaches. This charming tiny boutique hotel with nine apartments in a palm garden is a fantastic location for snorkeling in Turtle Bay’s turquoise seas. You can also see the surrounding Arabuko-Sokoke National Park’s woodland animals and the ruins of the medieval city of Gedi.

Mzuri Mahali

Sir Richard Branson’s spectacular 12-tent safari camp is perched atop a cliff above the Kenyan plains. It’s in a private conservancy within the Maasai Mara ecosystem, home to the Big Five and spectacular yearly animal migrations. However, good guides also fill you in on the little dramas of the abundant bird and insect life. They also tell great fireside stories. The chefs prepare bush meals, using fresh local ingredients and spices, and the finest champagne.

The Bedelle Is A Fictional Character

The Bedelle is majestic in every manner. The décor and regal gardens make an impression from the moment you enter. It’s quiet enough for couples while remaining family-friendly. They tailor services to you, and you can expect luxury at every step, from the furniture to the environment. The meal is always prepared to perfection by the hotel’s Le Cordon Bleu chefs, who use only the finest ingredients. Each course is paired with great foreign wines, sherries, or port when rounding out the evening.

Maji Beach Boutique Hotel 

This is a water-themed hotel on Kenya’s south coast, on Diani Beach. Maji means “water” in Swahili. The surrounding Indian Ocean beckons from the hotel’s restricted beaches. The swimming pool wraps around three sides of the resort, appearing to emerge from the tempting water.

There are 15 individually built bedrooms, making it ideal for honeymoons and romantic holidays. The staff is attentive and strives to guarantee that you have a relaxing vacation in your dream location.

Relax At The Mawe Resort 

This home is within a marine park, so you can witness dolphins and vivid coral reefs. You can do all this while taking in the breathtaking views from its steep cliff-top elevation. The hotel caters to both families and adventurers, offering big-game fishing, deep-sea diving, and tranquil snorkeling excursions among the corals.

For shade, the resort’s distinctive décor includes antique sails and wonderfully crafted wood furnishings. The room’s decor is African-inspired themes and original conceptions that represent the hotel’s beachfront location. It’s the best location for experiencing and enjoying Kenya’s famous beachfront hospitality.

Spa and Afrika Pearl

You will want nothing at Afrika Pearl and Spa, from the breathtaking vistas to the impeccable service. It’s ideal for families with children because it features a kids club to keep the youngsters occupied. Meanwhile, you can relax in the indoor or outdoor jacuzzi.

You’ll get fantastic views of the ocean and a pleasant outdoor setting from the outdoor jacuzzi. There are various fun activities available, like quad biking on the beach, bicycle riding, camel rides, and deep-sea diving.

Beach Resort for Water Lovers

Even though this property’s classification is quaint, it exudes a peaceful grandeur. It has eight exquisite suites, a penthouse apartment, and a self-contained luxury villa on the Mombasa South Coast’s Diani Beach. Travelers looking for a peaceful, uncrowded oceanfront experience will like themselves here. When you want to relax and soak up the sun, the turtle-shaped swimming pool is a terrific place to go. It’s also a fantastic spot for couples who will appreciate the cozy and romantic setting.

Luxury Villas Almanara

The lovely, bendy palm trees swinging in the verdant gardens are the first thing you’ll notice at Almanara Luxury Villas. The resort comprises six gorgeous villas, including a Presidential Villa, and provides outstanding seven-star services. All villas have three bedrooms and bespoke furniture.

With views of the gorgeous Indian Ocean, the beach is pure and lovely. Sails, a stunning architectural gem with sails covering the roof beams, creates an excellent environment for romantic and family dining. This is the place to go if you want to be in the lap of luxury.

Waine’s House

The House of Waine in Nairobi is the pinnacle of African sophistication. You will have peace and serenity throughout your vacation because there are only 11 individually named luxury suites on a 2.5-acre plot of land. It’s the ideal place to unwind after visiting neighboring tourist attractions.

Attractions like the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for baby elephant time, the Giraffe Centre, and Kazuri Beads for wonderfully created beading. Its location allows you to relax undisturbed while being close enough to the city for a night out.

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See Africa Today

Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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