Accommodations are arranged in one building. A total of 119 rooms are housed on the ground and first floors. There are 25 cottages whose rooms overlook the garden, 18 rooms that have a sea view and 76 that have a view of the swimming pool and the garden. All rooms have a terrace or a balcony furnished with two chairs and a coffee table. However, there is a mini-bar and a television only in the superior rooms.
The standard room has window blinds that have the disadvantage of not being completely hermetic. The imitation ceiling beams and the flowered curtains give a touch of colour to the room. Here, African style predominates: carved wood furniture, wallpaper and bed lamps representing Maasai faces. A mosquito net is hung over the double bed. The room has a safe (for a fee) and a telephone line but you will need to go to the reception to make an international call. Some rooms are connected to one another, an advantage for families.
Finally, the hotel provides room-service, but only during the day, from 10.30am to 5.30pm.