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Baobab Beach Resort & Spa
Ranked #5 of 29 Hotels in Diani Beach
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Hong Kong, China
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“Great holiday spot in Diani”
Reviewed 22 September 2012

My wife, our tow teenage children and I Stayed at the Baobab for three weeks with a seven days safari in between this August-September. Much of it has been said about this hotel which is absolutely true but I must appreciate the vast and great gardens filled with tropical trees and "wildlife". We enjoyed early morning and evening walks around this hotel and there was plenty to see. The vervet monkeys, Columbus monkeys, baboons, many birds and plenty of lovely butterflies. In one of the mornings while strolling we also we saw a dick dick!

The beach is great and stretches for several hundred meters, service from the staff is excellent and the rooms are pretty clean and neat, spacious and with fantastic views to the ocean ahead (maridadi wing). We also loved the Tapatapa bar with it's stunning views of the indian ocean coupled with the very cool breeze.

There were plenty of activities for the young boys which included a very modern gym, a tennis court, beach volleyball, boccia ball and table tennis. We had plenty of entertainment from the animation team every evening and made use of the gym and the spa just to burn the extra calories that we might have gained as the food menu was too good to resist, freshly cooked and in a proper way.

Other than the monkeys and baboons, the only other bother were the beach boys. They were quite a pain in the first week but once they go used to us and realized that we had no business for them they left us alone. The beach boys are quite persistent but overly harmless as they are only up to selling their wares.

We had the Safari prearranged through Plan Safari Ltd which I will review in seperately. Went for 7 days to Tsavo, Amoboseli, Lake Naivasha and Maasai mara by road with a flight back from the Maasai mara to our hotel Baobab, this was a very relaxed itinerary with a lot of animals and magnifiecient sceneries to see. In Brief I can say that the safari was very satisfactory, professionally handled, great choice of accommodation, nice guide and lastly a very comfortable air conditioned safari jeep. Would personally recommend this great company if you are looking for a private and stress free safari. Planning and booking can never be that easy, thanks to peter, Agnes and the guide Tim.

Will definitely go back to the Baobab beach resort and can recommend it to anyone looking for a memorable stay at Diani Beach.

Room Tip: Rooms overlooking the swimming pool have and the indian ocean offer very fantastic views.
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  • Stayed September 2012, travelled with family
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Amesbury, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 20 September 2012

Had a two week holiday in Kenya returning this week, my husband and I stayed at the Baobab Resort either side of our 3 night safari and there is nothing we could complain about. The welcome when we arrived was great, flannels and cold drinks, very much appreciated after the long journey. We stayed in a standard room in the Maridadi part of the resort, our first room was room 508 and it was lovely, everything we needed, very large bed, nice clean bathroom, didn't need any more. When we returned from safari we were in room 558 which was directly above, again the room was very clean, had a nice little balcony which attracts some visitors, we found the monkeys very entertaining. We spent most of our time while at the resort in the Maridadi area, it was quite, very relaxed and the staff were very friendly, especially Mohammed and Happy. The restaurant was lovely, overlooking the beach, and althought the selection of food wasn't as big as the main restaurant there was plently to choose from and it was all really, very nice, we usually had breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Maridadi restaurant and never had any complaints. We ate at the a la carte twice and the prices are very good, you receive a 20% discount, the food was outstanding and the service was second to none, after the first night we had to go back. The Maridiadi area has 3 pools which cascade down in to the next and at the bottom there is a swim up bar, waht more could you ask for! it was beautiful. We didnt spend a lot of time by the tapa tapa bar and pool or the kole kole area (which does have a lovely infinity pool overlooking the beach) beacuse they were a bit more hectic and loud and we just wanted some peace and quite, they have quite a lot of activities going on at the tapa tapa and kole kole which wasn't for us. The resort on a whole was beautiful, very well looked after and everyone you pass is very friendly, alwasy saying jambo (hello) and there is security patrolling 24 hours a day which is good. I seen a lot of reviews before we left saying to upgrade tour room if you can, our room was lovely and as we didnt sepd too much time in there we didnt see the point of upgrading. There are a lot of monkeys around and they can be mischievous, they seem to like oragne fanta and if you leave a glass somewhere they will have it, and they will try and get in your rooms, so keep the doors closed. There are a lot of beach boys as soon as you step down on the beach but we found ignoring them does the trick, all the entrances to the resort are covered by security gaurds so they dont ever come up on the resort but they do spoil going on the beach a little. We really can't say anything bad about the place, we loved being there and it really was the best holiday we have ever been on. We did a 3 night safari, which i will review seperatley, with Pollmans and our guide Hassan was fantastic, really knew his stuff, we were lucky enough to see everything apart from a Rhino and spent 3 nights, 4 days driving round tsavo east and west, it w]really was the best experience ever!

  • Stayed September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 September 2012

We stayed in the Maradadi wing in one of the bungalows (top floor) Aug/Sept 2012 . A nice room, but the hotel staff are so very friendly and helpfull (unlike the monkeys). If you like animals then this is the place to go and obviously Safari. We went to Tsavo East, West and Taita Hills. This was our second trip to Kenya and we really enjoyed it. Oh and the food was good too. We enjoyed Mama Mia and Lion King from the Entertainments team. They put on a professional show unlike most hotel entertainment - well worth watching.

Room Tip: Kole Kole - noisy with Italians Maradadi - quiet
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  • Stayed August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Lincoln, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 September 2012

My wife and I have just rtd from The Baobab Resort and both agree it is probably the best holiday we have had. Considering we have stayed at some of the best rated hotels in Mexico, Cuba and across the Carribean this is well earned. We stayed at Kole Kole wing and the rooms are splendid. Cleaned twice a day, water replenished and all amenities working as they should, nobody should have cause to complain, if you do then only book at R Bransons private island!! (Although a mini bar would have been nice). The toliets are the cleanest we have seen anywhere in the world (this includes those at the airport) and even the pool area washrooms are cleaned twice hourly. No matter what your individual taste is, you are catered for impecably. The menu changes daily. Soup, pasta, meat, fish and vegetarian dishes are all cooked to the highest standard with a smile and a Kenyan welcome. The staff are some of the best we have encountered, from gardeners to the Maitre D's. Special praise goes to waiter Alex N (who appreciates any new English phrase), the very gorgeous Mary J (who will soon be snapped up by a rich man) and Eric the barman (who if owned a bar in England, we would travel miles just to see his smile). Please shake the hands of these people when you see them as they will make your stay memorable.

Now for the safari!!!!!!!
BOOK WITH JULIUS AT JT SAFARI'S if you want the best experience you can imagine! Everything about this company is quality. The price, the service, the smile from Julius and our driver, Abu, was the Kenyan 'Attenborough'. If we in England could provide a service like JT our economy would not be a problem!. The welcome from Abu was great, like an old friend, and this is obvious when you arrive at the lodges as all the staff know of JT and respect JT also (you will get the best tables at meal times). Abu knew all the other drivers and also helped the other drivers when he had spotted the animals (he found us everything, we even parked under a Leopard eating his lunch in a tree!!!). Extra praise for the Kilaguni lodge that would knock spots off most top hotels in the UK. Thanks to JT for putting us at ease about everything and making us feel so relaxed that we enjoyed our Safari more than we ever imagined.

Whatever impressions, or reservations you have about Kenya, anything negative will be forgotten as soon as you arrive at The Baobab (if not when you land) purely due to the sheer delight and enthusiasm you are shown by everybody (especially Alex N, Mary J and Eric (Big Eric, as he gets fatter by the day!)).

Finally, a very big congratulations to newly weds Ryan and Kayley Freeman (apologies for spelling), who made our 10th Wedding Anniversary even more enjoyable- Stu & Max. xxxxx

Room Tip: Kole Kole are quiet, mainly Italian guests. Baobab are smaller rooms, smaller pool, longer wait at...
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  • Stayed September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Whitley Bay, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 17 September 2012

My boyfriend and I stayed here end of July begining of August and we loved every second.
We stayed in the Maradadi wing; rooms were lovely and had everything we would need and also cleaned every day.
Tended to use the top tier of the Maradid pool most days as it was more relaxed than the Baobab and Kole Kole pools. A lot of people complained about the monkey's but at the end of the day we're in their habitat. They were fun to watch and would often steal the fruit off the drinks and also rummage through peoples bags. My advice would be to get a secure fastening bag if you have things like ipods, kindles etc that you would take to the pool.
The beach was amazing! Never seen such white sand, beautiful. Some people didnt visit the beach due to the beach boys but they were definitely missing out. We went for a walk along the beach after lunch every day and the beach boys would always come with us chatting about their life in Kenya, they are all such nice people. We went to the beach market also and got some lovely souveniers at a good price.
The food was nice..not amazing but after two weeks it seemed to get a little bit repetitive and boring. We never tried the a la carte as you had to pay for it, i've never known this at an all inclusive. The drink options could also of been a little bit better, only around 4 cocktails on offer.
The staff were fab, always 'jambo' when you walked past. Night time entertainment was ok, some shows better than others but there's not much else to do on a night time.
Make sure to book your safari with JT safaris...this made our holiday, such a good company.
We both fell in love with Kenya and cannot wait to return to this hotel. Do not hesitate this hotel is superb.

  • Stayed July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 September 2012

After an amazing Best of Kenya Safari week (see separate review) we transferred to Koli Koli and were shown to stunning room, everything it shows in the brochure and more. We received 3 gifts and plate of fruit. The room had a double shower with a shower at each end, Bidet, twin sinks, a safe, Hairdryer, Fridge and 2 bottles of water in room everyday and the most enormous bed.
We had paid extra for a sea view, but we actually had a glimpse through the trees and only if you were laying down on the bed. If you want a sea view you need to ask for a beach view but mainly these are only if you book a suite. The room was so stunning that we didn’t mind too much.
Fabulous food served was served in 3 restaurants, plenty of variety and a different theme every day. There were 2 A La Carte restaurants but we didn’t try them as they are mainly seafood. Gentlemen MUST wear long trousers in the evening or will be provided with a sarong to cover legs. A poolside snack bar served Pizzas etc throughout the day. High tea was served at 4pm everyday at the bar areas. The local drinks are VERY enjoyable, we thought it was our duty to try them all!
There are 3 Beautiful, clean pool areas housing 5 pools, the bottom pool of 3 in the Maridad area being the quiet pool. There are plenty of sun beds and no matter what time of the day, there were always plenty free. Although this did not stop the 6 am sun bed hoggers rushing down to put their towels out. Besides the pool areas you can also sun bathe in quieter garden areas, just make sure you have plenty of insect repellent on, we ended up spraying the edge of the sun bed which stopped the ants climbing up. There are plenty of daytime activities available which a lot of people were taking part in, these included water aerobics, archery, water polo and volleyball.
A Beautiful soft sandy beach appears as the tide goes out, if you tip the guard and he will carry sun beds down for you. There is plenty to see if you like snorkelling, there are daily boat trips out to the sand bank where you can either snorkel or watch the fish through glass bottom boats. We didn’t bother with the trip as we found plenty to see snorkelling off the beach.
Ignore the moans about the beach boys, they aren’t a problem if you are polite to them, they love to chat and are only trying to make a living. They are not allowed to approach you on the beach area in front of the hotel so you can sunbathe in peace.
The monkeys are amusing to watch, but they can rip open the door screens if they smell fruit or malaria tablets, so don’t leave your doors open behind them. We had a mummy and baby that came and sat on our balcony every day. Some of the braver ones would sneak up and pinch the fruit out of your drinks, they are very entertaining to watch. Use common sense, they are a wild animal and will bite and scratch.
The staff were friendly and cheerful, nothing too much trouble. Take 50 shilling notes to tip with not a lot to us but much appreciated by the staff.
The grounds are beautiful to walk around with plenty of trees, plants and insects to see with breathtaking views. We came across giant snails, a monitor lizard and a few poisonous spiders but the staff did dispose of them very quickly.
Thomsons Rep Andy was very efficient and friendly, he sorted out a problem straight away and arranged a refund to be waiting on our return.(it was) He came round and spoke to us everyday.
The only niggle we had was that arriving exhausted, in the rain, after a 14 hour transfer, a receptionist greeted us with "you’re not supposed to be here" rather than being given a welcome and explaining that we should have been dropped at the Koli Koli. Another shocked member of staff took over and we were shown to the correct reception and from then on the holiday was all we expected and more.
Apart from this niggle we can highly recommend the Koli Koli and look forward to a return visit in the future.



Thomson Best of Kenya.

On arrival in Nairobi on Tuesday 31st July, we were met at the airport by the Pollmans staff who introduced us to our fellow travellers and went through our itinerary for the week. We were then driven to the Stanley Hotel for our first night. The journey is not for the feint hearted, the only rule of the road in Nairobi is that there are no rules, we even had cars coming the wrong way down our side of the road!!. The hotel was beautiful, 2 restaurants, one on the roof along with a rooftop swimming pool. On returning to our room after our meal we were delivered a cake for our anniversary together with a letter from the management. The following morning we were met by our wonderful guide for the week, Silas, He was so knowledgeable on all the animals and the best places to find them, He was a credit to his company.
In Kenya it was their Winter and we were amused to see people walking around in big coats and woolly hats in 27degree heat, whilst we were dissolving in our shorts and t shirts!!
Day 1/2. a half day drive to Sarova Shaba Game Lodge arriving in time for lunch. Our beautiful rooms overlooked the Ewaso Nyiro River. Monkeys play in the grounds, and we watched the Massive crocodiles that live on the shores of the river. We stayed here for 2 nights. We had 3 game drives and saw many species of animals. On the morning drive we saw a cheetah, leopard, followed a family of elephants to the river and we treated to the most exhilarating experience of 2 lionesses chasing warthogs, using our van as cover. A spectacle that will be the topic of many a conversation.
Day 3. We drove to Outspan Hotel in time for lunch, and to wander round the gardens. We were transferred to Treetops in the afternoon. Please make sure you take warm clothing and trainers, you only take an overnight bag with you. We ended up wearing ALL the clothes we took with us, the flip flops with flight socks were very fetching!!! We had a top floor room overlooking the main watering hole. There are special hides on the ground floor with plenty of viewing space, it is a strange feeling to had an elephant staring back at you through the letterbox sized hole!!!! There are also many viewing areas. We did not see any of the big 5 but were entertained by many Buffalos, Warthogs, Water Buck, a Hyena and 2 very amorous Elephants. It was exciting sitting in the bedroom windows watching for the next animal to come along and listening to the noises of the animals below. We were slightly disappointed as we arrived at the same time as a mixed age coach party who did not take anyone else into consideration, they were yelling and shouting ,even in the quiet areas, some were rude to staff and other guests.. We were expecting a serene , romantic place and what we got was more like a motorway transport cafe. No one seemed to address the situation, the staff seemed overwhelmed, in the end the other guests were trying to control the situation.
Day 4. Departing from a misty Treetops we returned to Outspan Hotel to rejoin Silas and our trusty van. We stopped for a photo shoot at the 237 ft high Thomson’s Falls, then it was on to Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge. As we drove towards the lodge we were amazed to see a Black Rhino standing in the grass beside us, it was the only one we saw for the week. Our afternoon drive was to Lake Nakuru, we saw many varieties of birds including pelicans and flamingos, unfortunately there weren’t the flocks of flamingos that are usually on the lake but it was still beautiful to see. We also saw hippos making their way back onto land as the afternoon closed in and buffalos wallowing in the marshes. After a lovely evening meal we returned to our room in balmy 23 degree heat to slip under our winter thickness duvet to find a water bottle had been placed in our bed. And yes there were extra blankets in case we were cold!!! But it was winter!
Day 5. First stop this morning was a trip on the lake where we watched a sea eagle catching fish, a herd of hippos wallowing in amongst the water chestnuts and a family being baptised in the lake. We stopped at the Rift valley to take in the spectacular view. Standing on the viewing platform was verging on terrifying as it seemed to be made of wobbly planks of wood over a sheer drop. We then made our way to the Maasai Mara Game Camp , once you turn off the main tarmac road be prepared for one and a half hours on the bumpiest road ever, in places the old road runs alongside and all the traffic diverts onto it to give you a break for the bouncing. On arrival we were shown to our tents to find that as it was our anniversary we had been upgraded to a stunning Club Tent with fantastic views of the park. That afternoon in the Maasai Park we were treated to mating lions, and frolicking Emus along with zebras, wildebeest , topi, Beisa Oryx and giraffe to name but a few. After dinner we sat in the bar by the roaring log fire.
Day 6. Up and on the road by 4am, we were driven to where we were to start our Balloon ride. Once the balloons were inflated we had to clamber into the basket, 4 people into each of 4 pods, forget being ladylike!! The balloon lifts off so gently with just the sounds of the jets you hardly realise you are moving. Floating over the treetops you can look down on herds of elephants and giraffes trying to hide amongst the trees, we even spotted the lions from the previous day laying in the long grass, the whole group watched in silence as the sun rose up over the plains. As were were so close to the equator it only takes 1 minute for the sun to rise and set. We floated on and witnessed the most amazing spectacle of thousands of wildebeest below us, it is a sight to behold. There are approximately 1.2 million wildebeest during the migration. We landed safely after nearly 2 hours and were driven to where we were to have our Champagne breakfast. It is rather surreal sat eating a cooked breakfast, sipping champagne with hundreds of wildebeest and zebras roaming around you. If you get the chance to do the balloon ride I can highly recommend it. That afternoon we visited the Maasai village where we took part in a Wedding dance , we entered one of the houses and learnt about the way the Maasai live and how they are trying to keep their traditions going through the generations. That afternoon we went on our final game drive of the week and again saw many animals. That evening we were presented with a cake for our anniversary which was a lovely touch.
Day 7. We began our transfer back to Nairobi where we took the plane to mombassa and onward to the Baobab Hotel.( see separate review)
All food is inclusive during the week but you buy your own drinks.
• Make sure you take plenty of batteries and memory cards for you camera as you will take hundreds of photos.
• Take a pair of binoculars.
• Remember high factor sun cream for your head and shoulders as they will be out the top of the van for most of the week.
• Plugs are 3 pin the same as in Britain.
• Ladies make sure you wear a decent Sports bra as it is very bumpy !
• A bottle Antibacterial hand cleaner is advisable as washroom stops are not always the cleanest.
• Take plenty of 50 Kenyan shilling notes as they are the usual amount you tip.

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  • Stayed August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 September 2012

If your reading these reviews and thinking about booking then dont think about it any more just book!! the Baobab is an amazing resort the staff are so friendly couldnt do enough for us. we felt soo relaxed we were there for two weeks. we learnt how to relax fully and have all our needs cared for. the place was spotless we got involved in auqa areobics archary and tennnis. the food was great a diffrent theme every night with loads of choice.Evening shows were fab we looked forward to them every night. really want to go again.

  • Stayed August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Property: Baobab Beach Resort & Spa
Address: Diani Beach Road, Diani Beach, Ukunda 80400, Kenya
Region: Kenya > Coast Province > Ukunda > Diani Beach
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Diani Beach
#4 Romantic Hotel in Diani Beach
#4 Family Hotel in Diani Beach
#5 On the Beach Hotel in Diani Beach
#5 Business Hotel in Diani Beach
#5 Luxury Hotel in Diani Beach
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:4 star — Baobab Beach Resort & Spa 4*
Number of rooms: 321
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Located on the world famous Diani Beach. The resort comprises three luxurious properties – The Baobab, The Maridadi and Kole Kole, offering a unique selection of exquisite accommodation and facilities spread across the resort grounds. Guestrooms have been specifically designed to provide paramount comfort and luxury for all our clients. Guests may utilise leisure facilities across the resort including 3 swimming pools, dining areas and much more. ... more   less 
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