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We booked the Masai explorer tour with virgin as it was an affordable way to spend a night at treetops. Read several bad reviews before travel but did not put us off as we were going for the history of the lodge. It was amazing,...More
One needs to have read about the famous treetops to fully appreciate one's stay there. I heard about this lodge as a child and have now finally had an opportunity to stay. Yes it has had its grandeur fade a little and there are more...More
The key to enjoying Treetops is to step back in time and embrace the nostalgic feel and slightly faded glory. It is to re-live a time when not every hotel was 5*, plastic and sang "jambo bwana" at every mealtime. Its a place to revel...More
Filthy damaged bread baskets, light bulbs out, no gin, no tonic, outdated fire safety equipment inspections. I could go on. This place is a shadow of its former self. Very worn out. The manager does not seem to even see it. I have been here...More
The hotel itself is very special - old, wooden, primitive, charming - it feels like being aboard a ship. And the view to the surrounding park is simply amazing. We spend most of our time awake watching the animals come and go around the hotel....More
hi Angela, no, the rooms do not have air conditioning. it is quite cold up there and all you need is to keep warm. Majority of the upcountry, inland lodges in East Africa do not have air conditioning as they feel it is not... More
hi Angela, no, the rooms do not have air conditioning. it is quite cold up there and all you need is to keep warm. Majority of the upcountry, inland lodges in East Africa do not have air conditioning as they feel it is not needed due to the moderate weather.