Fairmont Norfolk Hotel
The Fairmont Norfolk Hotel has been a favoured starting point for Kenyan safaris since it opened in the early 1900s. This Tudor-style hotel is renowned for its high levels of personal service and traditional safari atmosphere. The Norfolk has a distinctly British flavour - the Tea Room still serves a traditional High Tea and the famous Lord Delamare Terrace has been a favourite watering hole for British patrons since 1904. The elegant guest rooms feature plush furnishing and comfortable surroundings and the hotel's leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and a Health Club. The Fairmont Norfolk Hotel captures the charms and romance of Kenya and is the ideal place to star your Kenyan safari holiday.
The Ark Mountain Lodge
Located in Aberdare National Park the Ark Mountain Lodge is designed to resemble Noah’s Ark. The lodge’s decks provide superb vantage points for viewing the animals visiting the salt lick and water hole. The Ark’s 60 cabin-styled rooms, all have private bathrooms. All rooms are comfortably furnished and enjoy a view of the forest waterhole. Each cabin is fitted with a buzzer to announce the arrival of one of the "Big Five" at the waterhole. You can enjoy breakfast and dinner "On Board" in the main dining room and enjoy a drink at the lounge and a bar that are located on one of the viewing decks.
Samburu Intrepids Camp
Samburu Intrepids Camp is a luxurious tented camp set in the midst of the rugged raw beauty of Samburu National Park. The camp offers unique game viewing in its immediate surroundings with each of its 27 tents offering a private view over the wildlife-rich riverbanks. The tents have soft four-poster beds, mahogany closets and private bathrooms. There is plenty to do here including seasonal river rafting and nature walks or swimming in the camp pool. There is a restaurant, lounge and bar area where resident naturalists deliver slide shows in the evenings.
Mount Kenya Safari Club
Located on the high slopes of Mount Kenya, the Mount Kenya Safari Club offers a unique blend of comfort, relaxation and adventure. The club was founded in 1959 by the late film star William Holden and has hosted royalty, aristocracy, and the rich and famous as guests over the years. The restaurant here offers an excellent variety of cuisine and there is a superb range of facilities and activities including swimming, walking golf, croquet and horse-riding. The club’s 115 luxuriously appointed guest rooms are set in over 100 acres of landscaped gardens and offer stunning views of the surrounding area.
Fairmont Mara Safari Club
The Fairmont Mara Safari Club is surrounded on three sides by the Mara River at the edge of the vast plains of the Masai Mara. Its 50 luxury tents have four-poster, pillow-top beds, ensuites and a veranda overlooking the croc and hippo-filled river. The main lodge is located at the centre of the camp and features a restaurant, bar and library. A spacious outside deck overhangs the river and leads to a heated pool, complete with a bar and private massage tents. The Mara Safari Club is the epitome of tented luxury set in the African wild.
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