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Enashipai Resort & Spa, Unbelievably Cosy With Finest Cultural Touch

Enashipai Resort & Spa, Unbelievably Cosy With Finest Cultural Touch
Written by See Africa Today

Enashipai Resort & Spa. [Photo:]

Award-winning Enashipai Resort & Spa in Rift Valley sweeps you out of your imagination the minute you get into its precincts.

They say that good things will always get noticed. It is against this backdrop that the architects behind the designing of this resort came up with an intriguing blend of contemporary and a little of the traditional feel with the log pols in the resort.

In fact, this is what makes you feel that you are in an authentic Kenyan resort.

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What’s mind-boggling is that at Enashipai, you get a tour of what is Kenya’s maiden privately registered museum. The ‘Maa Museum’ at Enashipai takes you through the intricacies of the Maasai community.

The Maa Museum is awash with artefacts and other materials that describe and paint the real cultural picture of the Maasai people. These artefacts were collected by experienced curators for six years.

But this is just the beginning of what is an impressive resort tucked within the vicinity it the Great Rift Valley. Here, you soak in the picturesque of Rift Valley while looking back to artistic designs from the lodge. It is never a dull moment, you would say!

Enashipai was set up with the intent to offer luxury and comfort which was replicated in its rooms.

A walk into the different rooms in the resort, you notice that they are spacious and have astounding views of the hills above the resort far into the horizon of Rift Valley. However, before your mind wanders into the sparkling horizon, the lush green garden with spilling banks make you feel at home.

Enashipai Resort& Spa Fountain Executive Rooms going for $197 per night redefine luxury. The afro chic décor with a touch of Maasai necklace and headboards and part of the décor tells you that it is also about appreciating the culture and enjoying great moments in it too.

Fountain Executive rooms

Fountain Executive rooms. [Enashipai Resort & Spa]

Wi-Fi is available, a minibar, a spacious bed and a sofabed for a child not to mention the wonderful views from the large windows.

Garden Executive Rooms has a different and unique vibe. The comfort is unrivalled and the lush green, landscaped gardens will blow off your mind. They are great room for family bonding as they come in single rooms or self-contained 2 and 3 Bedroomed suites with access to a luxurious lounge, a fully equipped kitchenette and an extra TV in the living room.

Villa Executive Rooms signature welcome is the huge lounge area and the ecstasy that comes with being in a place surrounded by well-landscaped gardens with overflowing banks. The nights in the villas are exemplary nostalgic.

Villa Executive Rooms

Villa Executive Rooms. [Enashipai Resort &Spa]

For lovers, the Honeymoon Suite does your union a lot of justice and leaves you with life-long memories of the day that was. The suites are a classic example of what pampering is all about. There are two full board meals served in the one-bedroom suite private dining room balcony. The rest gives honeymooners a special boat ride to always remember their stay here.

Away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities, Enashipai’s outdoor activities, kids playing area, conferencing zone and wedding area instil the sense of a “good decision maker” because it does not disappoint and lives up to your imagination. All you have to do is make a reservation.

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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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