Kenya

Hotels in Kenya

Kenya hotels offer everything from the rugged safari experiences in tents to the most refined villas with swimming pools. No matter what you preferences are, among the wide range of hotels in Kenya you will find the perfect hotel for you. Located near the border of Tanzania, the Cottars 1920's Safari Camp offers you luxurious tents with a decoration inspired in the 1920's style. Take night drive safaris and even walking safaris. If you prefer to stay in a luxurious villa with butlers and cooks then the Alfajiri hotel is the right place for you. With private swimming pools and a pristine beach this is a place that transpire luxury and charm. If you're deciding on a tent experience, andBeyond Kichwa Tembo at the Masai Mara National Reserve offers two tented camps, one vintage-luxe and the other more rustic.

Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club rests in the foothills of Mount Kenya. The refurbished 1950’s-era hunting lodge is one of the best hotels in Kenya. In central Kenya’s Laikipia Plateau—an alternative to Masai Mara—Segera Retreat offers hands-on wildlife experience with helping to monitor animal populations, plus expert-led game drives and eight thatched-roof villas with contemporary interiors. Mara Toto offers all-inclusive and sustainable luxury in Masai Mara Reserve with five canvas tents with Persian rugs, glass chandeliers, and en suite bathrooms.

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 Channel.

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

Peponi's veranda is the watering hole for "Little Europe," the jet-set crowd that comes here for generous gin and tonics and exceptional spicy prawns with coconut rice.

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, education and conservation programs, in particular compensation payments to Masai who’ve lost cattle to predators.

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

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 switched from cattle herding to opening high-end lodges like Il Ngwesi.

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

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