Sandies Neptune Paradise Village is located approximately 40 km south of Mombasa and about 2 hours drive from the International Airport, this large Resort lies directly on the fine sand beach at Diani, offering excellent service and great comfort. The magical African hospitality, welcomes guests to a special holiday
Two restaurants located near the swimming pools, ideal for lunch and afternoon snacks and salads by day. A’ la carte menus with choice of daily caught seafood, lobsters and prawn dishes available with reservations and extra charge.
Four different bars located around the Kenya Resort serve all inclusive beverages and snacks throughout the day with cakes and cookies served in the morning for late breakfast and sandwiches offered in the afternoon for light and tasty breaks. Premium international and local brands are available at extra charge.
The Resort features 250 superior and deluxe rooms with private balconies and garden view. Facilities in the room include:
- King size or twin beds
- Individual air conditioning
- Writing desk and TV
- Wireless internet connection
- In room digital safe
- Mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities
- Large bathroom with walk-in shower, hand basin, WC,hairdryer and bathroom amenities
- 24 hour reception with business center
- Wireless internect connection in public areas
- Laundry service
- Medical assistance with doctor on call
- Room service
- Conference center
- Mvua African Rain Spa
- Beauty saloon
- 2 Swimming pools
- Daily entertainment program with evening shows
- Childrens entertainment program and activities
- Billiards, archery, volleyball, table tennis, bicycles, golf putting
green and two floodlights tennis courts
- Windsurfing, diving, snorkeling and deep sea fishing
Traveler Rating: 5 (out of 5)
Current reviews - 6 posted
Safari in Kenya
Posted: Wednesday, February 29 2012, 10:02:20
Hotel is very beautiful, breakfast, lunch and dinner are also good. The people were very nice and helpfull.The swimmingpools were great. Village part is a place of all the activities. Paradise part more quit.
Posted: Wednesday, February 29 2012, 09:52:34
We have been to Kenya many times and saw the look of this hotel as we walked past last year. When we arrived we were shown to a Superiour room which is definately worth paying the extra for, just a little bit more room pls TV and tea and coffee facilities. The grounds, staff, pools and resturants were lovely but the hotel has a problem with towels for sun loungers, people kept them overnight so that they could reserve their loungers early but for those that didnt we were left waiting until after 10 most mornings to get any. The most serious problem were Sandflies, the place was infested with them, it didnt help that we had a couple of days of heavy rain but my partner had over 200 on his body, we had to go to the doctors for treatment, they seemed to be in the sun loungers so everytime you sat on one you were eaten, we tried sitting in all areas but no joy. We complained as we expect a few bites but it was getting ridiculous but all we were told was its Africa, We have been over 7 times and never have been bitten like this.
Author: Cecile Dave
Posted: Wednesday, February 29 2012, 09:57:34
Spent 2 weeks at the Neptune Paradise Village in November and loved it. Beautiful grounds, great beach and adorable staff. The food was also quite good. Dont be put off by the beach boys, they're a pain but its bearable.
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