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I just returned from an exciting week at Flamingo Villa Club Malindi Kenya managed by the great director and star of his great staff.

Very friendly atmosphere seemed to be more at home in a village, perfect service staff, excellent food quality, cleanliness very good, excellent location of the property.

A holiday of these 7 days passed between the seas and beautiful beaches, hiking and great level of an ideal temperature of 30 degrees in a dry and not damp.

What more? Certainly for those with snobbery and VIP environments other destinations may be more desirable, but the tastes and smells of Africa breathed magically at the Flamingo and surroundings.

So get busy, and reach the Kenyan head in this unique atmosphere.

Other Beach Hotels and Vacation Villas

Marine Holiday House › | Simba House › | Joysvilla Guesthouse › | Kenyan House Boutique Hotel › | Swahili House › | Seaview Resort › | Flamingo Villa Club › | B&B Mela's › | Kibokoni Hotel › | Ozi's Bed and Breakfast › |

Unlike the Italians who work them ', the Kenyan staff (driver, bartender, waiters, etc. ..) make you feel at home and are very kind.

The rooms are large and fairly clean, the food and 'somewhat repetitive but you do not eat well, especially xi fish dishes.

So if you happen to contact them, are very serious and good people. Going back to the Flamingo and ultimately I would say that its a good base for those who want to live in Kenya turning the coast with various tours and trips, and' to be less suitable for those seeking unique destination for a beach holiday.

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