Lamu Road Po Box 734, Malindi, Kenya
Sea View Cottages, located along Lamu road,15 minutes from Malindi Airport and 300Ms from Malindi complex.
The beautiful Cottages at Sea view Resort Malindi will cater for both Self Catering & Bb guests. We have 10 Cottages and 11 deluxe double rooms all elegantly finished to a very high standard. All Cottages are fully air conditioned, with Dstv and several other local channels, en-suit facilities, mini bars and a private veranda for your comfort. Our professional and friendly staff will ensure you receive personalized and homely service.
The organization of the Sea View Resort is able to offer, in order to meet the needs of its customers, a number of possibilities: we have a conference room very large, about 100 people, with various services included, such as providing video projector , Microphone,wi-fi, water for staff, material notes:
* Business meetings
* Business stays
* Trade shows
Malindi, located about 120 kms northeast of Mombasa, is among of the large tourist towns along the coast. Malindi, once known as Melinde, is a town on Malindi Bay at the mouth of the Galana River, lying on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya. The population is approximately 120,000. It is the capital of the Malindi District.
Malindi is one of Kenya's coastal towns North of Mombasa. Just like Mombasa, Malindi holds a lot of history. Its scenic beauty and clean white beaches makes it one of the most visited towns. The Swahili people are the predominant culture found in Malindi.
This is a multi-ethic city, a mixture of different culture and religious, a multi colored human rainbow, this is how Malindi can be presented. Down town and old center, the local market building and touristic resorts. Malindi is Kenyan beach holiday at all.
Malindi is the liveliest and entertaining place along the coast, with its discos, restaurant and pubs night parties on the beach, the casino. Everything needed to make an unforgettable holiday.
Malindi was made famous after Vasco da Gama's stopover inIn Malindi, you will see narrow alleys in the old part of town where the old houses have been lived in for centuries.One of the oldest East African churches still stands strong; the Church of St. Francis Xavier still stands strong across from Vasco da Gama's pillar, where he carved the Christian cross. Also extant is the Juma'a mosque, which was misused as a haven for slave trading until mid 1870's.
Gede Ruins is a 12th Century Swahili village that was mysteriously abandoned some 600 years ago due to unknown causes. It is now a National Museum, and the ruins are heavily overgrown with beautiful indigenous forest trees, baobabs and Tamarind,syke's Monkeys,the Golden Rumped Elephant Shrew can also be seen here. A quiet, careful look in some of the old wells can turn out the odd owl, too
In 1948, the remains of Gede were declared a Kenyan national park. The mouth of the Sabaki River lies in northern Malindi. The Watamu and Malindi Marine National Parks form a continuous protected coastal area south of Malindi.The area shows classic examples of Swahili architecture.The town is served with a domestic airport and a highway between Mombasa and Lamu. Enjoy Your Stay!
We offer free Wifi during your stay!