Serena Beach Resort

Serena Beach Resort

Serena Beach Resort is an impressive 150+ room resort that has been styled to resemble a traditional Swahili village. It is located on Kenya's mainland coast, just outside of Mombasa.

Serena Beach Resort & Spa is an impressive, 150+ room resort located just outside of Mombasa on the Kenyan coast. One of the most striking of Kenya’s large beach resorts, Serena has been styled to resemble a traditional Swahili town, complete with replica market squares, Persian-themed water features, winding pathways lit by Zanzibari lanterns, and intricately carved wooden balconies. Of course it also offers all the facilities that one would expect of a large beach resort: swimming pool, spa and gym, tennis court, extensive grounds, multiple restaurants and bars.

Serena Beach Resort has a bit of character and offers all the comforts you could ask for, provided you’re happy in a large resort. Those looking for somewhere a little more exclusive and intimate, however, will do better to look at one of the many smaller lodges available on the Kenyan coast and neighbouring islands.

Accommodation

Serena Beach Resort offers 166 air-conditioned room and suites, divided into several categories. All are well-presented and comfortably furnished. Amenities in the standard rooms include LCD TV, hair dryer, mini bar, room safe and full en-suite facilities. Each room has a verandah, most with a view of the pool and beyond it the ocean.

Dining

There are a number of restaurants and bars, including table d’hôte and buffet options. Serena Beach Resort is booked on a half-board basis.

Facilities

- Swimming pool
- Restaurant and bar
- Lounge
- Gym
- Tennis and squash courts
- Spa

Activities

- Visits to the nearby Ngomongo Cultural village, the Bamburi Nature Trail, or the Crocodile Farm
- Day excursions to the Shimba Hills National Park, Mombasa Old Town and Fort Jesus, the Arabuko Sokoke forest, the Kipepeo Butterfly Farm or the haunted ruins of ancient Gedi town
- Glass-bottom boat trips to the nearby coral reef
- Scuba diving
- Talks by resident naturalist on butterflies, coral, turtles, dolphins and much more
- Windsurfing
- Deep-sea fishing
- Catamaran sailing
- Introductory scuba diving lessons
- Snorkelling
- Volleyball, table tennis, darts and pool

Child Policy

Children are welcome and accommodated at reduced rates.

Environmental Policy

The hotel cooperates with the Kenya Sea Turtle Conservation Committee on a rescue and conservation project that aims to protect the nesting and feeding sites of seven species of migratory turtles. It has also set up a butterfly conservation project, which aims to provide breeding grounds for several species of endangered forest butterfly.