Welcome to Osoita Lodge
Located on the outskirts of Nairobi, adjacent to the Nairobi National Park, which is the only game reserve in the world that is situated in a city. It is approximately 30min drive from the Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The lodge is located around Olekassasi Township in lush green environment with a seasonal river running at the edge of the lodge.
The lodge is ideal for visitors who are looking for something beyond the regular hotel experience. The art decorations that make intriguing use of traditional materials from the Masai people which makes the lodge a preferred choice to start your African safari.
The lodge has a total of 16 rooms on two levels: Balcony rooms on the upper level overlooking the swimming pool with a breath taking view of the sunrise and 8 standard rooms all built with natural materials thatched roof with a rough, rustic exterior, whilst interior is cozy and finished with a variety of warm colors and a modern touch. Our rooms are equipped with private bathrooms and toilets en-suite, digital safes, reading lamps, Mosquito nets, Wireless Internet.
Authentic and traditional furniture, palm roof, relaxed style of bar dining wide doors opening to a spacious terrace where guests can enjoy an explosive blend of cuisines including delicious Indian, continental and traditional barbecues that matches it’s superb architecture. At the Manyatta like bar guests can sample the classic and contemporary cocktails or treat themselves to fine malts, distilled vodkas, diverse soft drinks and fresh juice.
Osoita Lodge at a glance…
- 16 rooms, eight balcony and eight standard
- Spacious restaurant that offers Indian, Continental and African Cuisine
- Private swimming pool for lodge residents only
- Beer and barbecue garden
- Laundry service on request
- Hot spot wireless internet
- Excursions located close to the lodge are: Kitengela glass blowing factory,
- Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, giraffe centre, The crocodile Mamba Village, Karen Blixen Museum, kazuri Handmade Bead Factory and Bomas of Kenya Cultural Centre.