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Kiwayu Safari Village, Northern Lamu Archipelago

Hotel Name
Kiwayu Safari Village, Northern Lamu Archipelago

Hotel Classification
5 star

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Kiwayu Safari Village, Northern Lamu Archipelago
 
Kiwayu is situated forty kilometres north of Lamu, off Kenya’s remote North Coast. It nestles amongst sand dunes overlooking a sheltered lagoon and the Indian Ocean. Staying in spacious cottages (crafted by hand from local materials), spread out along one kilometre of private sandy shoreline, guests will experience tranquility and ultimate privacy. All one can hear is the sound of the sea, the wind rushing through palm leaves and the melodic twitter of exotic birds. Kiwayu is a natural, simple but luxurious retreat.

Miles of deserted beaches with soft white sand and the soothing sound of waves will soon awaken the senses and lead you back to nature’s eternal rhythms. Kiwayu offers a retreat to those who wish to return to a natural lifestyle and who desire contact with the best and most simple sea-faring life that Kenya can offer.

Kipungani Explorer – Kipungani Bay, Lamu Island

Hotel Name
Kipungani Explorer – Kipungani Bay, Lamu Island

Hotel Classification
5 star

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Kipungani Explorer – Kipungani Bay, Lamu Island
 
Managed by the Heritage group of hotels, overlooking a deserted 14-kilometre beach on the South-western tip of Lamu Island, Kipungani Explorer is a dream destination for those seeking a true desert island holiday, in a secluded location. There are 14 spacious and secluded chalets which sit above the white sands of Kipungani Bay shaded by palm trees. Chalets are constructed entirely from local materials, with grass floors and thatch roofs woven by the neighbouring villagers. The large interiors are a picture of rustic simplicity, with giant king-size beds and furniture all hand-made from local woods.


Each chalet has an ocean-facing verandah with local sofas and cushioned chairs. Amenities include freshwater showers, flush toilets and separate dressing areas with wash basins. Beach-facing lounge and bar are furnished for complete relaxation. The dining room sits in a small tropical garden with an adjoining library. In front of the building is a horizon-touching saltwater pool. There is also a gift shop, bottled water and mosquito repellent in all chalets and early morning coffee/tea served on the verandah.

Kijani House Hotel, Shela Village

Hotel Name
Kijani House Hotel, Shela Village

Hotel Classification
4 star

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Kijani House Hotel, Shela Village
 

Off the bustling waterfront of Shela village, dhows sway gently on the incoming tide as merchants and fishermen cross back and forth on the shimmering sand. A few steps away, a few white steps and a small entranceway, framed by clusters of frangipani and bougainvillea flowers, opens to cool shade and green shadows. Entering Kijani House is like stepping into a secret garden.


Two aquamarine pools glow gently in the shade of giant kunazi trees, small tables and beach chairs lie in the shade of a profusion of different species of palm trees, and flowering flamboyants and yellow oleanders branch out over large terraces that face the ocean. ‘Kijani’ means green in Kiswahili, at once invoking the colour of Islam, the small hotel’s verdant gardens, and new growth.


Kijani restaurant offer an exotic selection of seafood, Swahili dishes and a touch of Italian cuisine. Fruit and vegetable are coming from the Kijani small farm in the middle of Lamu island. Available from the cellar, a good selection of Italian, South African and Chilean wines. Kijani is closed for of season during May and June.

Peponi Hotel, Shela Beach

Hotel Name
Peponi Hotel, Shela Beach

Hotel Classification
4 star

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Peponi Hotel, Shela Beach

Peponi Hotel is probably the most famous of all Lamu hotels and is the only one situated directly on Shela Beach. A small, private, family-owned hotel, it was once a house, which grew into a hotel. The atmosphere is intimate and low key. The sea-facing bar and snack restaurant is open to hotel guests and visitors alike, and is an ideal stopover for cold drinks after a day on the beach, although there are private verandah’s and dining for hotel guests only. The hotel restaurant is renowned for excellent fresh seafood and cuisine to cater for all palates. As in most places in Lamu, service is very friendly. The hotel has 24 rooms in total and two categories of accommodation, all rooms have ocean views.

Superior Rooms: are differentiated by their location, size, private outside area, artwork and Swahili furnishings. No two rooms are the same. Many have swing beds on the verandahs with big soft cushions. Five of the rooms are built right on the beach, with private verandahs overlooking the sea while the rest have a combination of ocean and garden views, private rooftops, a small garden and two adjoining rooms share a spacious verandah. Kikoi toweling robes are provided in these rooms. The Superior room numbers are 17-25.

All rooms have: Overhead fans, mosquito nets, showers (not baths), fresh flowers and personal safes. Peponi toiletries with pumice stones, beach and bath towels, colourful kikois to wear either to the beach or as evening wear for men, a flask of chilled drinking water, writing paper, laundry service (aim is 24hours), the option of room service breakfast. Hairdryers, cots, extra beds and baby baths are available on request.

Standard Rooms: 5 twins and 3 doubles are located in the palm garden, which is a large, private garden area with sunbeds and two hammocks, overlooking the sea. These are room numbers 5-12 which have been built in small units of two rooms per unit.

The hotel has a newly built swimming pool overlooking the sea and a very well-stocked gift shop with souvenirs and gift items from all over Kenya. The hotel dhow departs daily to Lamu town for those wishing to visit the historic town, its museum and shops for a couple of hours before returning to Shela by lunch time.

Lamu Palace, Lamu Town

Hotel Name
Lamu Palace, Lamu Town

Hotel Classification
5 star

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Lamu Palace, Lamu Town
   
Lamu Palace is situated on the sea front overlooking Lamu Harbour. Slightly more modern than most of the other Lamu guest houses and hotels, this is a well established hotel with self-contained rooms and hot water.  Although some rooms are quite small, it is the only hotel in Lamu with air-conditioned rooms. Its Arabic-style façade stands out on the row of buildings on the Lamu waterfront.


The downstairs restaurant overlooks the street, alcohol is served here. There is a supplement charged for sea-view rooms. The hotel’s private boat ferries its guests daily to Manda beach where there is a beach bar and day beds available. Guided tours of the town are provided by the hotel free of charge.

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