Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Bath, Bathroom, Beachfront, Car hire, Catering services, Desk, Hairdryer, Heating, Seating Area, Shower, Telephone, Television, Toilet, WIFI
Air-conditioned apartment with a spacious living room featuring satellite TV and a sofa bed. The private bathroom comes with shower and a bidet. The apartment has kitchen facilities and a balcony offering views of the Adriatic Sea. This apartment also offers free Wi-Fi.
Bed size:1 Extra-large double bed(s), 1 Sofa bed(s).
Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Bathroom, Beachfront, Desk, Hairdryer, Heating, Kitchenette, Room service - full menu, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, Television, WIFI
Prices are per room
20 % VAT Included in price
Full English breakfast $ 24.80
Bed size:1 Double
Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Bath, Bathroom, Desk, Hairdryer, Heating, Ironing board, Pay-per-view Channels, Safety Deposit Box, Seating Area, Shower, Telephone, Television, Toilet, WIFI
Stylish and individually designed room featuring a satellite TV, mini bar and a 24-hour room service menu.
Bed size:1 Double
Room size:16 square metres
The Villa Rosa Kempinski hotel is located on Chiromo Road, within the commercial centre of Nairobi, 20 Kms from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The hotel has 200 rooms and suites distributed throughout 10 floors, including a Presidential Suite on the top floor. The hotel features, 88 the Pan Asian Restaurant, the Italian Bistro, Lucca and Tambourin which is the Arabic Rooftop Lounge, in addition to Cafe Villa Rosa – All Day Dining restaurant, K Lounge and a Cigar Lounge.
With state-of-the-art banqueting and conference facilities, the hotel’s pillar-less grand ballroom is able to seat 500 people. Additional facilities for smaller gatherings such as conferences, meetings and other events are also available. The hotel has a spa with nine treatment rooms, and a fully equipped fitness centre.
- Air Conditioning
- Catering services
- Exhibition/convention floor
- Guest Room Voltage
- Laundry/Valet service
- Porter Services
- Room service - full menu
- Safety Deposit Box
- Seating Area
- Valet cleaning
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Lake Turkana,Sibiloi, Central Island and South Island National Park
Lake Turkana, formerly Lake Rudilf and otherwise known as the Jade Sea, is 265km long with an average width of 30km. An isolated and stunningly beautiful jade green, the Lake appears as a mirage from the depths of the Chalbi desert in Northern Kenya
A deep alkaline lake, surrounded by cliffs, gentle beaches, deserts and dark outcrops of volcanic rock, Lake Turkana is scenic beyond belief. Incredibly desolate, the area is superb for photography and offers a rare chance to explore an untouched area of the world.
Extremely arid, Lake Turkana is the only permanent source of water in the area and the Turkana, Gabbra and Merille tribes in the area are utterly reliant upon the lake together with their livestock. This is one of the few unique areas in the world left where one may visit a true practicing desert tribe, unaffected by the Twenty first century.
The El Molo tribe also lives in this area. This tiny tribe is the smallest in Kenya, at one point in the 1980s they were reduced to less than 200 people. The El Molo live on the shores of the lake and are superb fishermen, trading the fish with the camel herders in order to survive.
This area is rich is geodes, meteorites and semi-precious stones such as amethysts and garnets, all of which are easily found when walking near the lake shore.
The area hosts three National Parks, Sibiloi, Central Island and South Island. Each of these parks offers stunning scenery, excellent bird watching and fascinating glimpses into the history of Earth and its creatures.
Sibiloi National Park was established to protect unique prehistoric archeological sites. In the 1960s Richard Leakey led expeditions to this area, discovering some the earliest known hominid remains including specimens over 3 million years old.
The Koobi Fora site is open to visitors; the museum and research center provide excellent information.
In addition to the hominid remains, some of the unique finds include a set of crocodile jaws over 5 feet long belonging to a 45 foot long prehistoric creature, a 3 million year old giant tortoise shell and a huge tusked ancestor of the elephant.
The game in this area includes the very rare Striped Hyena, leopard, lion, hippo, Lesser Kudu, and crocodiles. Some of the more drought resistant antelope such as the Grant’s gazelle are also found in this area.
The Central Island National Park offers beautiful scenery with its crater lakes and is an important crocodile breeding ground; the South Island National Park is an excellent bird watching area with numerous flamingos, pelicans and other water birds.
Isolated and unvisited by the common tourist circuits, Lake Turkana offers a unique experience to those willing to travel a little further off the beaten track.