Voyager Beach Resort, Kenya renovated

The ship-themed Voyager Beach Resort in Kenya, part of Heritage Hotels, completed a renovation to its public areas.

The property that has 236 cabins now has a new dining area with new furniture and an extended outside space. The Look Out Bar was also expanded and given a new look.

Meanwhile, the new pool area and watersports zone were given a new lease of life. These spaces have day beds and swinging moon beds.

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In the guestrooms, plasma satellite televisions were introduced as part of the refurbishment. Technological update was also made to the property that now has Wi-Fi connectivity throughout.

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