Part of the Baobab Beach Resort & Spa and sharing the same coral headland as The Baobab, Kole Kole enjoys the same commanding views of the Indian Ocean as its well-established and highly regarded sister property. All rooms at Kole Kole are sea-facing, looking out to the Ocean across an impressive infinity pool.
Kole Kole Beach Resort is located on a cliff-top overlooking the famous Diani Beach, just 38km from Mombasa. Set in 35 acres of indigenous forest, this spacious resort has recently been extensively renovated and expanded and is now firmly established as one of Kenya’s leading ‘all-inclusive’ hotels. The resort is an oasis of tranquillity and serenity, the Resort’s picturesque location is nestled on a coral headland overlooking vast stretches of golden beach.
Shaded by indigenous coastal vegetation and exotic coconut palms, the resort stretches over 500m of golden beachfront offering the ultimate luxury beach holiday.
Kole Kole Baobab Beach Resort offers a unique selection of exquisite accommodation and facilities spread across the resort grounds. Guestrooms have been specifically designed to provide paramount comfort and luxury for all our clients. Guests may utilize leisure facilities across the resort including 3 swimming pools, dining areas and much more.
Kole Kole offers exceptional accommodation comprise of a total of 84 superior rooms, deluxe rooms and exclusive suites. The more spacious deluxe rooms offer a magnificent, handcarved four-poster king-size bed and the suites come with their own private jacuzzi. All rooms are sea-facing, peacefully set in tropical gardens around the property's elegant infinity pool with each having a mini refrigerator, electronic safe, en-suite shower/WC individual air conditioning, direct dial telephone, satellite TV, tea and coffee making facilities.
Kole Kole’s unique restaurants and bars offer a delectable range of international, African and seafood dishes as well as a selection of fine wines and cocktails. Enjoy fresh lobster overlooking the ocean at the Tangezi Restaurant, sundowners ‘al fresco’ at the Kipepeo Bar and the view from the observation tower before dining at the all-inclusive Jodari Restaurant.