SheShe Baharini Beach Hotel

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My colleague and I went to Sheshe Baharini Beach Hotel and had an amazing time. We were the only two guests at the hotel but were treated with the same attitude by the staff. The manager, Mustafa was amazing. Even drove us to Diani when my colleague was not feeling well.

It is a nice secluded, quite beach front and the hotel is way off the highway (about a 10 minute drive from the highway through a couple of villages) which was the reason we stayed there.

Being from Kenya I have seen the resorts which pack in so many guests you feel like you are in Miami. We wanted a quite place and SheShe was the perfect place.

The food was excellent, the chef extremely receptive to our requests. Our last night we did not have power but they still set us up a great dinner on the beach under the stars.

All in all, it was a great experience; the staff was professional and the manager was excellent.

The reservation process was handled by one of the owners and she was amazingly patient and handled the other part of our trip through Tsavo also, even though she worked through a different travel agency.

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