Hotel Classification

4 Star Hotel

Hotel Description

Kijani House hotel is 3000sq metre of Tropical lovely garden.
Its like stepping into a secret garden with two aquamarine pools glow gently in the shade of huge kunazi trees, small tables and beach chairs lie in the shade of a profusion of different species of palm trees, and flowering flamboyant and yellow oleanders branch out over large terraces that face the ocean.

Its ideally located within a walking distance of both Lamu town and Shela Beach, Kijani House, comprises the best of traditional local architecture terraced around two swimming pools and gardens of lovely orange ,white and pink bougainvillea.

Kijani`s rooms and gardens are filled with antiques or handmade replicas of the furniture, lanterns, ornaments, and utensils that graced the stately houses of Lamu`s past.
An arrangement of ceramic water pots stand used to carry oil and water aboard ships centuries ago stand under the shade of a palm tree.
Each of the ten rooms has a veranda roofed in makuti, reviving the tradition of stone Swahili houses, and creating an authentic retreat for visitors looking to experience Lamu`s past.

Accommodation:
The 10 rooms are vast and cool, shards of sunlight and ample breeze welcomed through tall shutters.
Each room has:
* Private veranda shaded from sight by arabesque archways and palm trees.
* A canopied Swahili bed stands beside antique cupboards and tables coloured with hand-painted Indian tiles and painted glass.
* In the bathroom, intricately carved mirrors set off the sensuous effect of the walls, ceiling, and floor in warm ochre, its heady oriental effect heightened by shafts of light filtering through shutters from the world outside.
● Kijani restaurant offer an exotic selection of seafood, Swahili dishes and a touch of Italian cuisine.
Fruit and vegetables are comes fron Kijani small farm in the middle of Lamu island.

● Gardens are filled with antiques or handmade replicas of the furniture, lanterns, ornaments, and utensils that graced the stately houses of Lamu`s past.
● There are copies of Old Portuguese lanterns hang from white archways.

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