17-01-2022 by redazione
After the reopening before the Christmas and New Year vacations, which recorded the return of Kenyan, Italian and other nationalities clients to the most beautiful beach of Malindi, Kilili Baharini Resort & SPA has decided to remain open for the benefit of those who want to enjoy a full day of relaxation in the comfort of the historic resort, a special weekend coming from Nairobi or even something more, in the hope that in the meantime the Italian borders will be completely reopened to tourism in Africa.
But Kilili Baharini is also open every day for day guests, residents or travelers, who want to enjoy one of the best-kept and most exclusive restaurants in Malindi within a private structure, with oceanfront loungers under the breeze whispered by the palms, as well as the possibility of using the large swimming pool just a stone's throw from the sea, being pampered by an exclusive service, with the possibility of diving into the welcoming SPA.
Many are the dreams that can be realized from today at the Kilili Baharini Resort & SPA of Malindi, on the beach of Silversand, to experience the best possible seaside Malindi.
For information and reservations: Tel. 0770206500 or 0702999566
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