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Whilst the hotel has some beautiful buildings it's very rundown and the service is awful. Whilst breakfast is included you need to wait at least 2 hours to get anything - it would be preferable to just be told there's no breakfast. The rooms are...More
it was a perfect place away from the city center cool air very well maintained place,very intimate,nice cottages,very private,its a home away from home,our wonderful host Wanjiru. would go back there again if visiting Diani.
The hospitality is the very best. The compound is very well kept, very green in such a way it has a cool microclimate and most importantly the splendid cottages which are an art.....its a place where you feel like you at home but on holiday
The initial plan was to stay there for three days and two nights but we ended up spending five nights and it was the best five days! Was a perfect way to end 2014 and start 2015. One word i can used to describe Spice...More
We spent 12 days at Spice of the coast. It's a little piece of heaven, peaceful and intimate. Thom and his wife are the best! They treated us as part of their family. They show us where to go, and suggest the best place to...More
Spice of the Coast is a small family run hotel.Four cottages/suites each designed for two.One apartment that sleeps four. All is set in a 9000 sq.m. forestial garden, with a centre swimming pool. So lots of space and privacy.We serve lunch and dinner at the terrace by the main house on reservationOur menu is a blend of African and European cuisine."if such a place exists where one leaves younger than one came it must be here"