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Enashipai Resort & SPA

Enashipai Resort & SPA

Enashipai is a Masai word for ‘state of happiness’, and this property lives up to its name.

Located in the splendid Great Rift Valley on the shores of Lake Naivasha, it has beautifully landscaped Gardens. It is little wonder that guests keep returning time and again. The resort delivers on so many fronts: consider-it-done service with a smile, delightful, spacious accommodation, excellent amenities and the wonderfully indulgent Siyara Spa. It’s worth mentioning that it was voted Kenya’s leading Spa resort at last year’s World Travel Awards.


Meals are another source of happiness at Enashipai. The Senteu restaurant serves the best of international and Kenyan cuisine, using only the finest, freshest ingredients. Enjoy an evening with friends at the Ol Tepesi Bar, set under an old acacia tree, and offering a wide selection of fine liquors from around the world.

There is so much to do, you will be spoilt for choice. Cool down in the large swimming pool, dance away the night at the night club, indulge in some pampering treatments at the spa, enjoy boat rides on Lake Naivasha, get to see the Masai culture at Maa private museum, the list goes on!

Weddings at Enashipai are a truly unforgettable event. The resort will make sure your wedding day plus the days leading up to it and after it are both memorable and magical.

Offers an à la carte and a buffet restaurant, 2 bars and a night club. Other facilities include the Siyara Spa, swimming pool, golf putting green, hairdressing salon, Enashipai Maa Museum, gift shop, fully equipped fitness centre, tennis/basketball courts and indoor/outdoor children’s play areas.


The 87 executive rooms are spacious, comfortable and offer views of the surrounding hills or tropical gardens. They are equipped with wi-fi, flat screen TVs and mini bars.

Board Basis

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

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