The Lamu Palace Hotel is located in the main street in Lamu. Founded in the 7th century, Lamu still reflects the picture of the typical Arabic dhow port, with its 18th century stone houses and narrow streets with no other traffic than almost 4,000 donkeys. Lamu is the starting point for the famous island hipping trips to Pate or Manda Island with its enormous white sandy beaches and ancient town.
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Lamu Palace Hotel Lamu Kenya - Accommodation
Lamu Palace Hotel Lamu Kenya Rooms Information:
20 luxury double rooms, 2 suites
all rooms with A/C, Lamu style furniture, richly carved, bathroom en suite
spacious terrace restaurant
roof top restaurant
Lamu Palace Hotel Lamu Kenya - Characteristics and Facilities
Lamu Palace Hotel Lamu Kenya Facilities and Services:
Founded in the 7th century, Lamu still reflects the typical picture of the old Arabic dhow ports. Not only the Swahili-culture has its roots in Lamu but hand finished, richly carved furniture and doors. Old 18th century stone houses, women dressed in the traditional bui-bui, donkey caravans, fisherman in their dhows with huge triangular sails giving the atmosphere of the busy days of the past. The narrow streets do not allow any other traffic other than the almost 4,000 donkeys which are taking the place of cars, lorries and taxis. Perhaps, once or twice a day, one will encounter the islands only car driving along the seashore. Lamu is the starting point for the famous Island-Hopping, trips with dhows and boats to Pate Island or Manda Island with its enormous white, sandy beach and the ancient town ruins of Takwa