Malindi Breeze Point Hotel

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Unfortunately I can't say much about the Malindi Breeze Point Hotel since we weren't there for a long time because we arrived late in the evening and left the next morning

Our room was nice and big with a separate living room and kitchenette area.

The bed was nice and soft and cozy.

There is hot water available (which I've heard is hard to come by in Malindi? Something to do with the pipes?) so we were overjoyed after taking bucket showers for a couple weeks.

Wonderful! The next morning we had tea and toast by the pool.

The pool area was very pretty and kept clean.

Our friends has a traditional breakfast and we had more north-american style and traded.

It was all SO very good. The sleep quality was very good; you can't hear any street traffic. The compound is nice and secure. Will stay here again next time I'm in Malindi! :)

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