Lamu House and Wellness Centre, Swahili rooms, a penthouse and a spa

The Lamu House Hotel and Wellness Centre is located in Shela, on the island of Lamu in Kenya. This hotel has its own spa and wellness centre.


The hotel is decorated in a traditional Swahili style. There are several large halls with hammocks and sofas for guests. The hotel has six double rooms and a penthouse, and each type of accommodation has its own bathroom and WiFi.

The Banana House is located on the hotel’s territory. This house has three mansions with sixteen rooms, each one of them with its own bathroom and views towards the tropical gardens. There are individual rooms, double rooms, two large family suites and two penthouses. Guests can rent rooms, floors and the whole house.

This hotel has six double rooms. There are double rooms with two twin beds and double rooms with double beds. The standard rooms are located on each building’s ground floor. Each double room has a kingsize bed and a bathroom. There is a lounge area on each floor, with a dining room and a living room that has views towards the gardens and the sea. Guests will be able to enjoy meals on the terrace. An individual room costs around 80€ per night. A double room has a price of 115€ per night, and price includes breakfasts and airport transfer.

The family rooms are formed by connecting two rooms. Each room has a large double bed and its own bathroom. The terrace has direct access to the pool.

The Banana Penthouse is located near the rooftops. This penthouse has a ceiling covered in leaves of palm trees, a double room and a bathroom. The terrace has a large traditional Swahili hammock and several armchairs from where guests will be able to enjoy views towards the gardens and the sea. The Banana Penthouse has a price of 165€ per night.

The Sweet Banana Penthouse has a large kingsize bed carved with Swahili designs. This rooms has views towards the sea and a price of 165€ per night.

The Wellness Penthouse is the largest of the three penthouses. This penthouse has two rooms with a bathroom each. The penthouse has views towards the dunes and the sea, and the terrace has two hammocks. The Banana Wellness Penthouse has a price of 210€ per night.


The hotel has a large kitchen. The cooks can prepare regional dishes and international dishes for lunch and dinner.

Guests will be able to try a variety of local dishes, ranging from crab and tuna carpaccio to barbecued fish. The hotel’s kitchen uses organic ingredients and the hotel has its own organic farm. Most of the ingredients and the meat come from local farms, and the sea products come from nearby fishing villages. Vegetarian dishes and other special dishes can be prepared on request.

The hotel’s own spa center is located on the ground floor. The spa was built around a large acacia. There is a meditation room, Shela, located on the top floor of the spa, a room built using recycled bottles that has views towards the dunes, Manda Island and the sea.

Most of the rooms have views towards the dunes, the hotel gardens and the sea. There are several terraces with hammocks and sofas. The hotel’s swimming pool is located in the exotic garden, and one area of the pool is for children.

The hotel offers a range of sports activities and guests will be able to explore the exotic gardens, filled with tropical plants. The hotel offers a shuttle service to and from the airport.


The Banana House can be rented by groups of guests to celebrate conferences and family events. The hotel offers a catering service on these occasions.


The hotel is located in the village of Shela on Lamu Islands. Guests can visit the town of Lamu, which is located near one tip of the island.

There is a white, sandy beach and dunes next to the hotel. Guests can visit nearby villages and walk around the city. After exploring the city, they can relax on the Shela beach.

There are many activities guests will be able to enjoy in the regions. Guests will be able to enjoy a traditional dinner in a dhow, a Swahili dinner and an afternoon in a Swahili village. Guests can fish and watch the turtles.

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