About Osoita Lodge
The name Osoita came up from the Masai word “soito” meaning stones, as the whole lodge is built using natural stone. It is located in Masai - an area that is covered with rocks and blue gum trees.
The hotel comprises eight Standard Rooms which are self-contained, featuring all the necessary modern facilities for a comfortable stay. In addition there are eight Balcony Rooms equipped with satellite TVs, Wi-Fi Internet access and a balcony overlooking the swimming pool.
Experience something new and special when dining at Osoita Lodge. A fresh touch of originality is offered with the best of authentic Indian cuisine; guests will delight in their meal choices.
The lodge borders a seasonal river called the Kandisi and is in a tranquil, green and lush environment where you can see a variety of birds and monkeys in their natural habitat.
Room service incurs a 20% extra charge on the food and drinks bill. Any damages will be charged for.
Osoita Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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