5 swimming pools, spa*, watersports, PADI dive centre*, tennis court*, fitness centre, kids’ jungle gym, kids’ club

Restaurants & bars

The cuisine on offer here reflects the cultural heritage of Kenya, with a selection of Swahili, Indian, Asian and Western cuisine available at a number of dining locations. There are two main restaurants here – Pavilions I and II – where traditionally English and continental breakfast dishes are served, as well as a buffet lunch and dinner. This is where all meals that are included as part of your chosen meal plan are served. For round-the-clock light meals and snacks as well as a variety of ice creams, smoothies, milkshakes and baked items head to the Minazi Café. The perfect dining spot for families, the café has a special children’s menu and early evening buffet , ideally fitting in with young guest’s meal times. The resort’s fine dining restaurant is the Lido Seafood Grill where you can enjoy catch-of-the-day dishes and favourites such as prawn, crab and lobster, in a delightful beachside setting. The resort’s bar is the lively Coco’s Beach Bar where refreshing beverages are served throughout the day and nightly entertainment, including a DJ night on Fridays and karaoke on Saturdays.

Spa & wellness

Tulia is the Swahili word for relax. The Spa bandas are adjacent to the beach at one end of the resort, designed for privacy and relaxation in the quiet zone. Facilities include massage bandas, ayurvedic massage rooms, outdoor Jacuzzi, reflexology pool, steamroom and sauna. Therapies at the spa: • Ayurvedic, Western and Oriental treatments • Abhangyam - full body massage • Shirodhara - head massage using traditional ayurvedic oils and ingredients • Foot reflexology • Body scrubs with Kahawa, made from finely ground Kenyan coffee • Signature Tulia massage

Children's club

•   Sarova Ozone Kids' Club

•   Children's jungle gym

•   Daily animation programmes

*Denotes local charge