With Diani Beach itself to one side and the Shimba Hills National Reserve to the other, Almanara Diani Beach is a five star resort of the highest order.
The main lodge consists of a multitude of high quality facilities, including the KiLeo Water Sports Centre, Cloud Nine Health Spa, the Sails Beach Bar and Restaurant, a shaded pool and Diani beach itself. The bar and restaurant takes its name from the sails that festoon its ceiling, providing both shade and the perfect environment within which to enjoy a house cocktail, a snack or a three course meal. The beach is a joy, the spa first class, its cream walls and matching linen a fine contrast to the dark Swahili wood features.
Always mentioned by returning guests, the service at Almanara Diani Beach is first class. Supported by an army of personal chefs, butlers and maids, it is discreet, attentive and caring. The food is delicious. Cooked and served at a villa veranda, on a villa roof terrace or at the dining room, nothing is too much, whatever the dietary requirement, whatever the need.
There are six luxury executive villas and one presidential villa at Alamanara Diani Resort. Two storeys high, the executive villas comprise of three double bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms, air conditioned rooms, a kitchen with a personal chef, maid and waiter, laundry service, a rooftop terrace and wi-fi access. There is also a study on the first floor with a PC, printer and international phone. The presidential villa is made up of five ocean view double bedrooms, each with their own en-suite bathroom and changing area. The public areas include a pool, jacuzzi, a gym, games room, bar and massage room. Amenities include a PC and an HD flat screen, complete with blu-ray player, satellite TV and a playstation. Guests staying in the villa have a personal chauffer.
Activities at the resort include water sports, golf, yoga, high-end spa treatments, sand-island excursions, shark spotting and snorkelling.