Enashipai Resort and Spa
Enashipai is a Maasai term meaning a state of happiness. This stylish new resort has created chic modern structures from traditional Maasai designs. Enashipai Resort and Spa opened as Lake Naivasha Holiday Inn in 2008, and was comprehensively redesigned and refurbished in 2011.
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There are 50 en-suite rooms, made up of9 standard and 41 executive. The standard rooms are in the original building, and the executive rooms are grouped 4 to a modern cottage. All rooms are equipped with telephone, minibar, internet, sofa and flat screen satellite TV. The decor uses earth colours and lavish fabrics. The bathrooms have bath and shower inside, and adjoining outdoor shower. The restaurant has an international a la carte menu. The main bar and lakeside bar are well stocked, and include a wine list and cocktail list. The spa has a range of beauty treatments, including Rasul and Body of Rocks signature treatments. It contains 6 private treatment rooms, steam rooms and spa lounge.
Palm Conference Centre has secretariat facilities and fully equipped business centre. The large freeform swimming pool is heated. The fitness centre has modern strength building and cardio equipment. There is also a tennis court, basketball court and volleyball court. The Kids‘ Club has daily entertainment and activities. Mountain climbing, hiking, rock climbing, biking and bird watching can all be arranged.