Stilts is a super chilled place to stay. We slept in the treehouse where you really felt at one with nature, it was great. One thing we'd mention is that the steps to the house were at a bizarre angle and awkward to get up and down, and because of that it made getting to the toilets a hassle. There's also a lack of lighting on the pathways but this could be to avoid disturbance to animals. Other than that the place was amazing, very social and the staff were friendly enough. I especially liked their super saver (lentils and chapati) and it's in a great location... close to the beach, shops and bars!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- *****SEE RATES BELOW***** Our accommodation consists of 5 Tree Houses and 3 cottages and a camping area. As well as a Restaurant/Bar and Lounge area where we have Bush Babies visit us every night at 7:00pm. The Tree Houses are built out of native materials off the ground in the tree canopies, they do not have their own bathrooms. The rate for the Tree houses are: Single Ksh 1,800 per night, Double Ksh 1,400 per person per night and Triple Ksh 1,000 per person per night.Camping is Ksh 600 per night with your own gear or 1000 with our tent mattress and bedding included. The cottages have their own bathrooms and Fans, still basic but part of our surroundings. The cottages are Single Ksh 3,000 per night, Double Ksh 1,800 per person per night, Triple Ksh 1,400 per person per night and 4 people Ksh 1,000 per person per night. Cheers ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stilts Backpackers Hotel Diani