I stayed at Severin for 8 days in May/June. I visit at least twice a year to work with Bombolulu, a cultural centre and disability workshop close by. Days are long and hot and it is such a pleasure to be able to return to the Severin for great hospitality, decent food and a relaxing atmosphere. The rooms are clean and completely satisfactory. The staff are always welcoming and very efficient. The price is perfect and the gardens lush and lovely.
The hotel had lost quite a lot of guests due to the security alerts which is such a pity as so many people in Kenya depend on tourism to make a living. If you are planning a visit to kenya - GO - it is a fantastic country and one I will return to time and time again.
I only have two small gripes - one is that I wish the swimming pool stayed open a little later than 6pm and the beach boys who really got on my nerves. Other than that everything at the Severin is perfect for me and I will again return in September or October.More