Enter your deluxe room with its African-Arabian furniture, gaze at the garden or the sea and prepare to dream about everything you will be doing the next morning: a safari, a visit to a real Masai village, a snorkelling trip in the Marine Park or a weekend on Lamu island.
Additional facilities include 1 restaurant with table d’hôte service and 2 bars serving a large selection of cocktails, cool drinks ,snacks and fresh fruit during the day to revitalize after a windsurf lesson or a thalassotherapy full body treatment at the nearby Dream Spa.
- Cable and fax service
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Main Restaurant
17 Deluxe Garden rooms situated in 8 Arab-African style two level villas with private balconies at second floor and terraces at ground floor. Rooms are equipped with
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6 Deluxe Sea View rooms situated in a Arab-African style two level building with private balconies. Rooms are equipped with international cable TV, stocked mini bar and large bathrooms with walk-in shower.
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THE DREAM SPA
The Dream Spa is endowed a center of Thalassotherapy, ideal for restoration and maintenance of global prosperity.
The Thalassotherapy is a therapeutic method in which the sea is a source of care, and can restore the body wellness and serenity based on using all natural agents such as water, climate and sand.
The seawater has a revitalizing, detergent, antibacterial, balancing and toning effect. It is used for baths, showers, mud baths, sand, inhalation, irrigation, and aerosol.
The benefit that you will receive from wise manual of qualified personnel is total.
Immersed in this context and followed with discrete treatment by the therapists, will be delighted to discover yourself fit and in total harmony with the environment that welcomes you.
Amazing customers with a unique shopping experience in stunning locations around the world.
The Spherique philosophy is to ensure the highest quality in every aspect of our boutiques. Personnel are carefully selected and trained so our customers can enjoy the best professional service.
Spherique sources only the finest products by travelling extensively from small villages in Thailand, where we purchase quality local handicrafts such as handwoven silks and mother-of-pearl, to the small local markets in Africa that sell inimitable artefacts crafted from wood and stone. Where possible we select items made by local associations, which support people with disabilities.
Years of experience means Spherique understands exactly what customers want and need, which is why our boutiques now also feature more exotic brands to satisfy even the most discerning customers.
Our focus on quality begins with our boutique interiors. They are all designed by internationally recognised specialist architects and made with the best natural materials from the local area. No one can resist our exciting, colourful window displays and once inside we ensure our customers enjoy absolute comfort with spacious fitting rooms.
We guarantee that our boutiques always offer an excellent selection from the latest collections.
No other country on earth can offer the visitor as much to see and do. Within the borders of a single country, you will find savannahs rich with big game, timeless cultures unchanged by the modern world, pristine beaches and coral reef, equatorial forests and mighty snow-capped mountains, searing deserts and cool highland retreats and endless opportunities for adventure, discovery, relaxation; more than you would ever expect.
Kenya lies astride the equator on the eastern coast of Africa. It is a medium-sized country by continental standards, covering an area of about 586,600km sq. Inland water bodies cover some 10,700km sq, the bulk of this in Lakes Victoria and Turkana.
Kenya has tremendous topographical diversity, including glaciated mountains with snow-capped peaks, the Rift Valley with its scarps and volcanoes, ancient granitic hills, flat desert landscapes and coral reefs and islets.
The ethnical groups composing the population are seventy, many of which still follow ancient rites and wear ancient costumes, such as the Masai.
The currency is the Kenyan shilling (KES).
The official languages are Swahili (subdivided in four language groups) and English.
From a religious point of view, Kenya’s situation is rather composite: there are around 35% of Anglicans and Protestants, 25% of Catholics, 20% of Animists, 10% of Muslims, and the remaining 10% follows the numerous traditional religions.
They say that Kenya contains within itself the whole of Africa: landscapes, climates and people that make it a unique, fascinating destination.
Safaris and Natural Parks
Visitors often think of Kenya as a synonym for Safari. Excursions to the tribal areas of Turkana and Samburu are the most known and appreciated. The Masai Mara National Reserve, west of Nairobi, is one of the most beautiful game reserves in the Country and is protected by UNESCO: the Mara, as it is called, is inhabited by the Masai who hunt and work the land side by side with the many species of wild animals that populate the reserve’s 320 km²: lions, elephants, buffaloes, zebras and hippopotamuses.
These parks were established in 1968 and are the first of their kind in Africa. The ocean blue waters here host a wide variety of corals. Within the coral kingdoms that abound herein, multi-coloured fishes can be seen ducking in and out of this extensive reef. The coral gardens offer spectacular areas for goggling. In these gardens you are bound to see different species of coral fish like the Angelfish, Butterfly fish, Triggerfish and even have an opportunity of watching the Surgeonfish at work. Many glass-bottomed boats to take you for tours in the coral gardens are available. Scuba diving can also be arranged within the hotels.
Casino Malindi is a freestanding ocean front casino, welcoming players and non-players alike. By day, Casinó Malindi maintains a casual atmosphere, with visitors strolling into the coolness of the air-conditioned building to escape the equatorial sun and enjoy a few hours of entertainment.
Nairobi is Kenya’s capital city, the largest in Eastern Africa and the fourth largest in the whole African continent. It is the heart of the country’s politics, economy and culture and acts as hub for several tourist circuits, especially the safari-related ones. In fact, it is also known as Safari Capital of the World or Green City in the Sun. It is a cosmopolite, densely populated city that features the typical contradictions of many large cities in developing countries.
Lamu, the most ancient city in Kenya, lies on a beautiful coast of its homonymous island. It is almost wholly inhabited by Muslims and it used to be a commercial sea hub. Lamu overlooks the sea and is a quiet and fascinating place that offers such extraordinary cultural richness to have become a UNESCO world heritage site. The Lamu Museum and the Swahili House Museum preserve historic and artistic testimonies of great interest. The Donkey Sanctuary and a ride on the dhow , the typical boat, are among the attractions that Lamu offers its visitors.