Here are Kijani Hotel Resident Rates:What Does PPS Mean? PPS (Per Person Sharing) means cost Per Adult when sharing the Room with another. Example KES 10,000/- PPS means, 2 Adults in 1 Room pay KES 20,000/-
|Superior Suite(Adult)||Superior suite(Child 3-11yrs)||Standard (Adult)||Standard (Child 3-11yrs)|
|1st Mar – 14th Dec 2020||KES 13,070/- PPS||KES 6,360/- PPS||KES 11,620/- PPS||KES 4,405/- PPS|
|15th Jan – 10th Jan 2021||KES 16,460/- PPS||KES 7,745/- PPS||KES 14,525/- PPS||KES 5,870/- PPS|
**All the Rates are in Kes per person sharing (Bed and Breakfast).
Kijani Hotel is located on Lamu Island just off the coast of Kenya, it offers guests one of the most luxurious stays available in an area rife with beauty, high-end resorts, and unique experiences. An incredible seafront location, beautiful tropical gardens, and enough personality to catch the attention of even the most seasoned traveler add up to make the Kijani Hotel a delight for any visitor.
Few hotels embody the rich history of the Lamu Islands so fully as the Kijani, built by Swiss owner Pierre Oberson to revive that past with as much authenticity as possible. Built-in the tradition of Swahili stone houses, the Kijani is unique in that it was constructed from the remains of three old houses, using only traditional materials and techniques. Antiques and handmade replicas complete the environment, outfitting every room, hallway, and a public area with the aesthetic of Lamu’s past. This endeavor took Oberson over a decade of hard work, but the final result is something truly amazing.
Many travelers will find the juxtaposition of privacy, quiet, and the past with the exotic fun and bustle of the Lamu waterfront truly enticing. You can enjoy the noise and excitement as long as you like, then retreat into a truly peaceful space a world apart, with no need for a long trip between the two. If you want to experience both sides of Lamu, past and present, peace and energy, the Kijani is an excellent choice.Ready to book your holiday at Kijani Hotel ? Contact us for the best rates.
Guests will immediately notice the two beautiful swimming pools on the hotel grounds, framed by giant mkunazi trees, an abundance of tasteful furnishings, and countless palms, flowers, and other flora. Whether you’re looking to swim or simply enjoy the ambiance, the Kijani offers truly luxurious facilities. Guests can choose from one of ten rooms, each offering either a seaside view or a view of the lush green gardens of the Kijani Hotel. Intricate mirrors, private verandas, and fine Swahili furniture round out the experience, always with an emphasis on privacy, space, and cool comfort
Kijani Hotel has 10 rooms with 26 beds. Each room has a bathroom and has its own balcony or veranda facing the garden or the sea. There is also a safe in each room.
The rooms are spread throughout the garden into three small separate traditional Swahili buildings which formerly were private homes, made of coral walls, with old style banaa and stone ceiling.
Guests with an eye for local cuisine will appreciate the offerings of the Kijani Hotel, especially the breakfast made daily: a selection of exotic local fruits, homemade marmalade and yogurts, and other locally produced foods, such as bread, honey, and eggs. Much of the food served at the breakfast is either cooked on-site or produced at a small farm owned by the Kijani on the island. Guests can also choose to receive their dinner from the Kijani, ordering a la carte from pasta, grilled fish, and any number of other traditional and foreign dishes. The dining experience is rounded out with an excellent wine cellar equipped with high-quality Italian wines.
Lamu Island and its neighbors on the Kenyan coast offer a truly astounding breadth of activities to keep even the most experienced traveler inundated with new sights and sounds. Watch or participate in the famous Lamu dhow races, take a traditional sailing craft out to sea sights, or enjoy one of the many festivals the island hosts throughout the year. The island also hosts several truly amazing historical sites, an impressive museum documenting the region’s peoples, and easy access to the ruined town of Takwa, a national monument administered by the National Museums of Kenya. Some guests travel further afield to enjoy deep sea fishing off the Kenyan coast or participate in walking tours of the Ngong Hills.
Visitors at the Kijani Hotel often take advantage of the beautiful traditional grounds to perform weddings or celebrate other special occasions. The hotel keeps a traditional ceremonial hardwood and wickerwork chair at hand for guests to borrow to use in their own ceremonies and celebrations. Whether you’re simply looking for a little something to make your event truly memorable or you’re aiming to earnestly embrace the traditions of this lovely island, the staff at the Kijani Hotel will be glad to help you in the endeavor.Contact us to book your team building, conferences or wedding at Kijani Hotel.