Treetops Lodge is located in the Aberdares National park. This is the original tree lodge, legendary for its historical royal connection as it is here that Queen Elizabeth II of England ascended to the throne in 1952 after the death of her father King Edward. The lodge rises straight out of the ground on stilts and has four decks, a rooftop viewing platform and vantage viewing platforms on each floor with open balconies that are ideal points for viewing and photography.
Treetops lies in the path of an ancient Elephant migratory route between the Aberdare Ranges and Mt Kenya National park, and is strategically sited right in front of a natural watering hole and salt lick.
All rooms are ensuite with comfortable twin sized beds that can be converted to double beds and a luggage rack for the safari suitcase. Large windows allow game viewing from the comfort of the room. The suites are spacious, fitted with a wardrobe and an extended sitting area facing the watering hole. Bathroom area includes a bathtub with shower. A disability friendly room is located on 1st floor and the ramp enables access to other public areas
The dining room has a totally new look from the furniture to ambiance and fitted with large windows. Seating is on individual tables that allow privacy and illuminated by mini chandeliers making dinner a romantic affair. It is equipped with an active cooking station, modern salad counter and buffet counter. Dinner and buffet breakfast
is served at the lodge.
The main bar is located next to the lounge and is a popular venue for refreshing drinks and specialty coffee while enjoying views of animals also coming for their drink at the watering hole.