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Top five best hotels in Mombasa

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa, known for its expansive beachfront grounds, provides the ideal balance of leisure and adventure. This resort provides a broad selection of activities, whether you’re lazing by the pool, participating in water sports, or eating magnificent meals at one of its various restaurants. It’s a popular choice for vacationers, with magnificent accommodations and a warm atmosphere.

Voyager Beach Resort

Voyager Beach Resort is a family-friendly oasis on Nyali Beach. It has a lively, nautical-themed decor with a broad range of activities, such as water sports, cultural events, and a kids’ club. The numerous eating alternatives appeal to all preferences, offering a memorable gastronomic adventure. Visitors are drawn to the resort because of its all-inclusive packages.

Serena Beach Resort & Spa

Serena Beach Resort & Spa, located on Shanzu Beach, is a classic example of coastal elegance. Its Swahili-inspired building merges perfectly with the beautiful grounds to create a tranquil haven. Guests may relax in large suites, dine at the Jahazi Grill, and enjoy in soothing spa treatments.

Leopard Beach Resort & Spa

Leopard Beach Resort & Spa on Diani Beach is an exquisite retreat for people seeking peace and quiet. The verdant gardens, Swahili-style apartments, and private villas at the resort radiate elegance and solitude. Enjoy exquisite meals at the award-winning Chui Grill, relax in the Uzuri Spa, or simply relax on the gorgeous beach.

Medina Palms

Medina Palms, nestled in the peaceful Watamu neighborhood, provides an exceptional boutique experience. Its spacious rooms and villas are attractively constructed and offer maximum solitude. Guests may dine at the Amandina Restaurant, sip cocktails at the Long Bar, and unwind at the Sakina Ocean Spa.

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