Hotels in Kenya

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Inspired by Masai architecture, in a ridgetop acacia grove; the swimming pool is fed by melting ice from Mount Kilimanjaro. Read More

Two tented camps—one vintage-luxe style (Bateleur Camp), the other more rustic—on a private concession on the western border of the Masai... Read More

Perched on the edge of an escarpment overlooking the Masai Mara, the 30-suite Angama Mara has one of the world’s most spectacular settings: it’s where... Read More

An 18th-century residence with eight fan-cooled guest rooms, an inner courtyard, and a rooftop terrace where authentic Swahili dinners are served by... Read More

Pleasant inn near the waterfront. Choose one of the three top-floor rooms with antique spindle beds and open terraces that catch the breeze off Lamu... Read More

Set on Masai land in southern Kenya, the lodge and its foundation employ 214 tribespeople and make a daily $100-per-guest donation to support health,... Read More

50 tents on the Mara River (a prime hippo-viewing spot), with a slew of activities, including traditional African dinners served in a boma. Read More

A refurbished 1950’s-era hunting lodge in the Mount Kenya foothills with an 120-seat dining room at Tusk Restaurant and Terrace.  Read More

This Tudor-style hotel in the city center underwent a multi-million dollar overhaul to renovate the rooms and lobby, and construct a tearoom, outdoor... Read More

1932 ivy-covered lodge with grounds that are home to a herd of giraffes.  Read More

Riverside tents and some of the area’s best guides, set on the former hunting grounds of colonial-era governors.  ... Read More

A decade ago, these plains on the edge of the Great Rift Valley were dangerously overgrazed. But with help from an innovative trust, local Masai tribes... Read More

Nairobi-based fashion designer Anna Trzebinski is also dabbling in the world of hotels, opening the tented Lemarti’s Camp near Kenya’s... Read More

Book one of the 18 deluxe tents, just outside Tarangire National Park, to see the vast herds of elephants and the huge baobab trees. Read More

Delightfully rustic resort on an isolated beach with 18 thatch bungalows. It takes two hours by launch to get here from the pier on Lamu Island. The... Read More

A collection of seven luxury villas on a half-mile beach. Each house is decorated with coastal African fabrics and art. Cooks versed in Swahili dishes... Read More

In two adjacent Swahili houses in the heart of Old Town, 10 guest rooms are handsomely decorated in traditional style. Read More

Privacy is guaranteed at these 17 tents around a watering hole: the property is accessed by a hand-pulled river ferry.  ... Read More

Hillside domed huts modeled after a Masai village look onto a migratory path for elephants and giraffes.   Read More

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