Afrochic Diani is considered a boutique retreat and has only 10 well designed rooms. This gives guests quite a bit of privacy as you are not surrounded by hordes of other visitors, a common situation with other hotels.
Bamburi Beach Hotel Mombasa is a newly refurbished hotel facing the Indian Ocean, a 20-minute drive north of Mombasa. It is an all-inclusive hotel, so all meals are provided. The all-inclusive rates however do not include the mini-bar, bottled water, diet drinks or ice-cream.
A hundred year old property on Moi Avenue, Castle Hotel in Mombasa is a colonial gem and a favorite of visitors who seek a break away from the beach culture of the North and South Coasts.
Only ten minutes away from the colorful and historic Old Town and the well-preserved Fort Jesus, the heritage Castle Royal Hotel attracts guests who want to relive a little of the old colonial life-style.
Nine miles of alabaster sand extend in front of the 76 bedrooms – every one with a view of the warm jade waters of Watamu. This sophisticated beach resort is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
Mombasa hotels have it all. Get away from the crowds, ride a camel on the beach, snorkel in a protected lagoon and sail in a dhow – all these await you at the hotels along the idyllic Indian Ocean coast. Of course, sun-worshipping on palm-fringed blindingly white sandy beaches is a priority. For those who can tear themselves from the sunbed, the laid-back historic town of Mombasa is less than 10 kms away from the nearest beach resorts.
Most hotels in Mombasa offer a choice of all-inclusive or half-board. However, not all guests are created equal, and some travelers have complained that full and half-board guests can be allocated a lower priority in terms of service...