Diani Reef Beach Resort & Spa, Kenya
Nestled within 30 acres of landscaped gardens on the South cost of Kenya, the Diani Reef has panoramic views over the Indian Ocean and Diani Beach. Enjoy delicious buffet breakfast and dinner at the Coral Rock Café, or for something extra special why not try a candle lit dinner at Fins seafood restaurant on the beach (surcharge applicable). Beautifully appointed rooms have views over the lush gardens or Indian Ocean. The highest levels of service and hospitality make this place truly special.
Location: Diani Beach, South of Mombasa.
Board Basis: Half Board.
Transfer: approx. 90 minutes from Mombasa Airport.
Free Nights: Pay 6 stay 7 for stays 01 Sep-31 Oct 12, 01 Apr-15 Jul 13 & 01 Sep-31 Oct 13.
Save 15% on Accommodation: Book by 31 Aug 12 for stays 01 Nov-22 Dec 12 & 03 Jan-30 Apr 13. Book by 31 Mar 13 for stays 01 May-31 Oct 13.
Free Upgrade to Full Board: Book by 30 Sep 12 for stays 03 Jan-31 Mar 13.
2 Swimming pools and kids pool
PADI Scuba diving
Maya Spa Health & Wellness Centre
Tennis, table tennis and squash
Mini movie theatre
18 hole golf course nearby.
Standard Garden Facing Rooms have one double or twin beds, bath and shower, air conditioning, TV, minibar, safe, internet access, hairdryer, tea & coffee making facilities and veranda/terrace.Room and Board Upgrades
Standard Ocean Facing Rooms have ocean views.
Deluxe Rooms are larger, with lounge area and Jacuzzi® bath.
Single Standard Ocean Facing Rooms available
Set on a 480km stretch of golden sands and swaying palms, our Mombasa beach hotels are a slice of paradise on the African plains. With clear turquoise waters, sheltered coral reefs and exotic sea life, this is the perfect spot for diving and snorkelling. Plus you're also within driving distance of Tsavo National Park, Kenya's largest game reserve, making it easy to combine a safari and beach stay. Our selection of Mombasa beach hotels are perfect for laid-back beach life, but if you like to get out and about, there's more to discover away from the shore - this historic port town is now a cosmopolitan resort, with traditional Arab architecture and a crumbling old quarter to explore.