Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

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Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge is one of the best hotels I have ever been to.

The land is large and extensive.

A complex/house holds about 8 rooms.

Each room has beds, a t.v., a sofa and washrooms. The lighting inside the rooms is really good.

This is a 1st class luxury hotel. Very nice grounds.

The room is great. Lots of wildlife in your backyard.

Be sure to take a walk down to the lake to see giraffes and hippos.

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The bar is just stunning.

The nicest hotel bar we saw during our 9 day trip in Kenya. The food in the restaurant is superb.

Wifi will cost you 500 shillings (about $6) for 15 minutes.

A lovely property with extensive grounds that are roamed by waterbuck, guinea fowl and giraffes.

Rooms are clean and well appointed with large windows facing the grounds and the lake. Each room is housed in a detached block of 8 which makes them feel very private.

Ate at the main dining rooms and the food was delicious and plentiful. There was a wide variety of cuisines available and it was all fresh.

The staff were very friendly especially the ever smiling Jacob at the Lounge and the professional and attentive Wycliffe in the dining room who both made our stay a very pleasant one indeed.

The T.V. is a bit small but still okay as it has a few channels of DSTV.

The rooms face an extensive field where one can view antelopes, zebras and giraffes pass the rooms...

The inside decor of the rooms is also beautiful. However the rooms are a bit cramped and not enough floor space.

The lodge has health fitness facilities, swimming pool, steam room, sauna and massage areas... so one cannot be left bored.

Although this facilities are not factored in so one has to pay for them on a daily basis.

The food is great.

The eating areas are also great. The place is beautiful. The room service however can be improved as beds are made at about 2pm or later especially if you are a neat freak like I am.

There is wireless internet although this you must pay for too... The hotel is good and everyone is very friendly.

Opened in 2003, Simba Lodge comprises of 70 standard rooms overlooking one of Kenya’s most dramatic and best-known Great Rift Valley lakes. Each room has en-suite facilities, a private balcony and overhead fan.

The lodge’s restaurant serves mouth-watering food from around the world in a buffet-style format.

Given the cool night-time temperatures experienced in the Lake Naivasha area, the lodge boasts its own heated swimming pool.

The Lodge also has a health club with massage, sauna and steam bath and offers a variety of sporting activities.

The lodge is particular popular as a location for conferences, seminars and workshops. There are three motor boats for trips on Lake Naivasha

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