We liked this hotel a lot and has the potential to be an excellent place . The rooms are in 4s in bungalows in the gardens , they are a good size with a shower room. The shower rooms are OK but a little dated but no toiletries really offered except for soap and silvikrin shampoos sachets for black shiny hair ( irrelevant for the largely 50 plus European clientele). The bed linen needs changing - it is dingy but clean and certainly looks poor against the white painted walls . No spare pillows in rooms and had difficulty obtaining more Fridge and tea making facilities .The gardens are beautiful and there is also a natural area and pond so many birds to listen to and watch . There is a good swimming pool with some loungers ( german problem though!- you will know what I mean ). There are also tables and chairs under the trees it certainly is a lovely place to relax if not on safari . Food was good at both breakfast and evening buffet although need to be early as it wasn't replenished , also had food cooked to order .
Can walk around local area but quite a long walk to resort proper - would need taxi / tuk tuk for evening visits
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- The Hibiscus Garden Hotel has ten comfortable and tastefully decorated rooms, located in separate chalets, which consists of air-condition and minibar. In the open-air restaurant you can experience the exquisite kitchen while enjoying a wonderful view of the emerald green fields and the nearby mountains. In the beautiful garden you can relax at the pool or we can offer you a BBQ evening in a quiet place at a small river. ... more less
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