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Esiankiki Resort & Spa

Nyeri - Nanyuki Road Njogi, Nanyuki Town, Nanyuki Municipality 00200 Kenya
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Advance wrote a review Aug 2021
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Everything was beautiful, the ambiance, the food, drinks, music, the staff, my room. All was more than expected! This is quite the gem!! I had one of the most peaceful stays. All in one, it's a beautiful resort and I will definitely come back.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Margret Thatcher wrote a review Aug 2021
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After a long drive from Nairobi, I landed into this beautiful resort and I dont regret giving it a try. From the entrance,the staff promptness and readiness to assist during my stay. I really enjoyed my stay and would definitely visit again.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
jessicammiles wrote a review Jul 2021
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia5 contributions
Really guys, the 3 stars are for the music, and the beautiful place but if there's ever a place that's so inhospitable it's this, lack of attentive service and a very a rude barman, who claimed to be also the manager for when I needed a manager to sort out my bill issue which was by the way overcharged..
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: To be avoided everyday
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Frikk1 wrote a review May 2021
Oslo, Norway31 contributions19 helpful votes
After living and working more or less 'all over the world', this visit stays as one of my worse experiences. Not only during my years in Africa, but world wide during the last 40 years. The resort is obviously depending on local hookers. Maybe this is due to the covid situation, or maybe it's their regular way of doing business. I honestly don't know, since it was my first and definitely last visit I went to their club, together with my fiance and some friends; After paying s waiter well to get seats, we got no response on our ordre, and had to go to the bar to reorder. Same lack of response when we ordered food. After some attempts we went to their open kitchen to order directly. When the order was completed and paid for, we went back to our seats. To find them occupied by two local prostitutes, sitting comfortably in our paid for chairs, drinking our drinks. When addressing the security, they obviously knew those girls as 'regulars' and turned their back. The prostitutes then, after being supported by the resort security, called some of their 'boyfriends' to attack me. Even after explaining the security the situation, they was totally careless, and just kept watching me being hit several times by both their prostitute clients and their local 'boyfriends'. Even when overhearing their threats about how they would deal with my fiance later, they closed the door to the booth we paid for, to keep their business with the local hookers. And letting them keep sitting there and drink what we bought. I will advice anyone to stay away from this resort. And especially if you're a foreigner. You in no way respected, compared to the business they are making from the prostitutes. I am aware that we went there after curfew, and that they got a deal with the local authorities to close their eyes for keeping open during the night. But what we experienced is so extrem, that we just have to inform and make anyone aware whats going on in this resort. My suggestion is: Avoid! Avoid!! Avoid!!! Unless your a well known regular prostitute. Then you're obviously welcome... And protected. If you're a foreigner, you might be in serious danger. I was lucky that I got out of there beaten, with broken glasses. You might not be that lucky...
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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KenyaRift Valley ProvinceLaikipia CountyNanyuki MunicipalityNanyuki Town
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Frequently Asked Questions about Esiankiki Resort & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Esiankiki Resort & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Equator Marker (6.2 km) and Lewa Downs Primary School (7.8 km).
What are some restaurants close to Esiankiki Resort & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Trout Tree, Cape Chestnut Laikipia Sip & Dine Nanyuki, and Carol's Cafe.