Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
4.8 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
Outstanding stay!Posted Apr 14, 2017 on Hotels
We had an amazing time at Sarova properties in Kenya. Sarova Mara Game camp was amazing too. Excellent staff, outstanding food and amazingly warm stay. Special shoutout to Martin, James, Kevin, Gilbert, Abel, Joseph, Grace and all others...would love to come back soon.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from uae
BEWARE OF $75 Per Person Per Game Drive EXTRA.Posted Feb 21, 2015
Pros: location is good.
Cons: more facts are put on the website
Good hotel with friendly staff. Unfortunately as we checked out and reached the jeep to take us to the airport (extra $45 pp) the receptionist came running claiming EXTRA payment of $75 pp per game drive. This was not stated anywhere nor were we informed at any point. This was sad end to an otherwise good experience.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from caracas, venezuela
Nice game campPosted Jan 27, 2015
The hotel is right in the heart of the Masai Mara. The location and staff are amazing. It was an spectacular vacation
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Adventurous location with excellent facilities.Posted Dec 22, 2014
The camp is located inside the national park. You can hear animals howling in the night. Gives you a feeling as if you are among the animals. But with security. The camp itself looks beautiful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Los Angeles
SafariPosted Dec 30, 2013
We received excellent service throughout our stay. We communicated with the lodge via email to arrange our booking and received prompt feedback and they even helped us in coordinating our transport / safari package. Amazing trip!!!!
for Everyoneby Ellen from Accra, Ghana
A 5-Star Camp!Posted Mar 22, 2012
A friend and I enjoyed a wonderful 3 days at the Sarova Mara. Its more of a resort than a game camp. The service, food, setting was all great. Our tent was very comfortable. We had a great safari guide, named Ken, who managed to get us up close and personal(?!) with everything we wanted to see. A champagne breakfast in the garden on our last day there was the icing on the cake. The one thing I would caution future travellers against doing is the cultural excursion to the Masai village. It was not pleasant, and the pressure to buy their trinkets was unbearable.