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Cannot recommend this hotel enough, so friendly, so relaxed, so good.
The staff were exceptional, from Pamela, Mary on reception to Albert in the restaurant and N'gowaine (hope i have spelled in correctly ...the best) and Joseph on pool bar and John and Wifred at...More
We stayed at Pinewood Village for 2 weeks in a suite room, for our honeymoon. The hotel is small in comparison to its surrounding hotels, which is an advantage as you receive a more personalised service.
The hotel is set in beautiful gardens, with its...More
We were really very pleased with this choice. We’d spent a lot of time on Tripadvisor and elsewhere to find a 4-5 star, quiet hotel and this is definitely it.
The journey from Mombasa airport is tough going. The ferry seems to run only...More
This was an amazing hotel, the staff were not only welcoming and friendly but they geniunely couldn't do enough for us, at any time of the day or night. We actually got stuck in the hotel due the ash cloud but the management upgraded us...More
Myself and my wife recently returned from honeymoonfrom Kenya. We combined a 3 night safari (which was fantastic!) with eleven nights at the Pinewood village resort. On arrival we received complimentary bubbly beneath the flowered arch to our suite. With it being our honeymoon, we...More
We were all-inclusive but I remember that the prices for beer were OK. My wife suggested that next time we should do half board (breakfast & dinner). The pizzas are made to order in their own pizza oven and first class!
The hotel rooms are split into villas where there are two smaller rooms upstairs and a much larger room below. Normally visitors have their children in the upstairs rooms and the parents stay in the lower 'master' room. all... More
The hotel rooms are split into villas where there are two smaller rooms upstairs and a much larger room below. Normally visitors have their children in the upstairs rooms and the parents stay in the lower 'master' room. all are en-suite and can hold up to 3 persons in each room from what i observed. some villas even have an inbuilt kitchen in the lower rooms. take a look at the hotel pics and hopefully the desription helps :)