Kenya hotels maintain the required standard of service for a comfortable stay. The hotel variety extends from basic to luxurious safari lodges and camps, tented lodges, self catering accommodation and even home stays.
All registered accommodation facilities observe safety measures that include food and health safety. Certified Kenya hotels provide safe food and drinks – offering both local and international cuisine. While on the safari drive, it is best to buy and drink bottled water (recognized brands) – if not provided by your tour organizer.
Special diet requirements should be mentioned to one’s safari planner before the tour. Special dining plans can be made for those who will celebrate special events like birthdays, engagements, and anniversaries while on safari. Several bush dining experiences are offered by the hotels.
Kenya hotels provide mosquito nets in all rooms as a malaria prevention measure. Available rooming options range from single, double (2 people sharing), to triple (3 people sharing) with the per person room rate/cost decreasing in that order. Some hotels even have a few family units. The room type can be anything from a standard room to a presidential suite – there is variety. Hotels may allow cancellation of reserved accommodation depending on their respective terms and conditions. The hotels offer varying lower rates to children less than 12 years old, especially if they (one or two children) share a room with adults/adult.
There are many hotels in Kenya that have money exchange bureaus, wellness and beauty services, sports activities and facilities, gift shops, medical services, conference and business facilities, and free internet connection.