Amazing place for watching a lot of elephants coming to drink water. You can see them very close from special underground room. Small but clean and nice rooms, a bit noisy. Good restaurant! Good place to stay between safari days!
Situated at the southern end of Tsavo East National Park. It is only 5 miles from the main Mombasa / Nairobi trunk road but seems like its in the middle of nowhere. Food is much better than most safari lodges. ( These lodges are primarily used for overnight stays as part of a package safari bought in resorts in Mombasa.) Excellent panoramic views of Tsavo East..plus a great waterhole for animal viewing... I counted 62 elephants at one time on my stay. Good pool as well. Accomodation is adequate without being luxurious...No Air Con but rooms are equipped with electric fans..
The lodge has one of the best views in Tsavo East with a watering hole that attracts wildlife. We were lucky enough to see a pride of lions, herds of elephants, over a thousand buffalos - all from the comfort of the hotel. The staff is super friendly - shout out to Roman and Duncan - they ensured we felt at home during the entire stay and were kind enough to call us from the room when were late for meals. We enjoyed the pool whistle taking in spectacular views. A must stay for locals and international guests.
A 5 star location with views over the plains and two waterholes (although when we were there the elephants preferred the further away waterholes). The food was also good enough, although breakfast choice was quite limited and the bar was a nice place to relax with a beer. I wish we had time to use the pool, but we only stayed one night and didn't have the time. As others have said, the rooms are dated. Nothing in our bathroom worked as it should. The tap handle came off when we tried to use the sink, the toilet flush did the same and both the hot and cold taps on the shower delivered scalding hot water. Despite this, I would stay again, just for the view and to use that pool.
We live in Nairobi, and we were on our way to the Kenyan coast for Christmas. So we split up the trip by spending a night at the Voi Safari Lodge. The upside: spectacular views, decent food (the chicken curry, chapati, fresh vegetables, and fresh fruit were all particularly tasty), and a pleasant, helpful staff. The downside: very basic rooms, which were small, with dated decor, and very few electrical outlets. The headline: go for the views, not for the luxury.