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Ok so the place dates from the 70s but it still has a great deal of simple charm. The few staff are wonderfully hospitable and the food is fine and generous. The simple rooms are spacious and comfortable and all have a view of the...More
Stumbled upon this gem whilst exploring Kenya a few weeks ago. Arrived dirty and tired to warm and welcoming staff. The main area is designed around a water catchment area, where Buffalos and Elephants gather at night. Sat around a fire chatting to memorably friendly...More
We traveled during Easter holidays 2016.
I can't consider this place as a lodge.
Dirty rooms with spiders.
Under staff and very very basic.
Won't recommend to stay there until the management will renovate it properly!
As we pulled up in the car, all the staff were outside on the porch waiting to greet us, making us feel extremely welcome. Even more welcome was the drink and damp cloth we were handed as we checked in. Having travelled through the dusty...More
Marsabit Lodge was an amazing experience largely because of its surroundings - scenic, peaceful, natural.liots of birds, and animals if you could spot them in the forest. the hotel itself doesnt have much to offer. rooms are basic, beds are comfortable, towels are grimy. main...More