Seven Islands Resort Watamu is set on the turquoise waters of Watamu National Park in Watamu, about 110 kilometers from Mombasa. The Bio-Ken Snakeskin Research Center is about 0.1 kilometers from the resort.
The resort is the result of an architectural twist of Arab, Swahili, and Indian influences. The Seven Islands Resort offers spectacular views of the Islands of Love and their natural wildlife.
There are 84 comfortable rooms comprising of king rooms, twin rooms, and family rooms. The family rooms have a maximum capacity of 3-4 people per room.
The rooms, some with sea or pool views, come with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and courtesy set. Each guestroom has air conditioning, a fridge, a ceiling fan, and a balcony. The bathrooms are en-suite with showers and bidets.
Watamu’s Seven Islands Resort offers its guests a well-stocked buffet restaurant, or alternatively to ‘a la carte, to satisfy every need. The resort has a sea-view restaurant and a seafood restaurant famously known as the Papa Restaurant that is situated on the beach. There are 3 bars cocktails, fruit juices, and alcoholic drinks.
The resort is entirely covered by a wi-fi internet connection. There is also a large outdoor swimming pool with a maximum height of 1.90mt. And another children’s pool, clean as crystal-clear as the surrounding ocean. Warm and crystalline. The pools are flanked with sunbeds on the terrace.
The Seven Islands Resort offers a comfortable and fully equipped Congress Center. The Conference Center can seat up to 300 seats for meetings, ceremonies, and conferences with the utmost comfort and productivity.
Within the Seven Islands Resort, just a few meters from the front desk, the spa has a professional and prepared team ready to take care of your well-being and relaxation.
Professional Italian presence is on-site to ensure the level of services you dream. The resort has a spa where guests can enjoy a massage, manicure, and pedicure all for mind and body treatments.
Activities in Seven Islands Resort include; scuba diving, snorkeling, canoeing, golfing, and deep-sea fishing.