The Manta Resort

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Details of The Manta Resort

ROOMS:

Seafront Villas

Six newly built sea front villas. These air- conditioned villas are spacious and private, with a centred king size bed and large en-suite bathroom. A secluded sun terrace faces a spectacular ocean sunset. All Inclusive.

Garden Rooms

Newly built garden rooms are open plan makuti thatched rooms situated in our gardens. They all feature a centered king size bed covered by a mosquito net, en-suite, open plan bathroom, and a comfortable verandah to relax on. These rooms offer great value and are part of our all-inclusive product. They are not air-condtioned.

Superior Garden Rooms

Two pairs make up the four Superior Garden Rooms with views of the sea between the foliage. With interconnecting doors this is an excellent choice for families or larger groups. The Superior Garden Rooms are air conditioned with a king size four poster bed and private covered terrace. Additional single bed can be added into the room, and the barazza lounger can be converted into a bed for children. All Inclusive.

Underwater Room

A private floating island with your bedroom four meters below the surface. It is yours to enjoy while sunbathing and stargazing on the top deck, lounging and dining on the water deck and sleeping surrounded by a tropical marine environment.

Spotlighting the water around you at night from your underwater room, we are sure will be absolutely breathtaking.

Short Overview

Elevated and crafted along an idyllic island beach, The Manta Resort offers privacy, romance, adventure, and water sports on East Africa’s finest island sanctuary.

  • Air conditionAir condition
  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • HoneymoonHoneymoon
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling
  • SpaSpa
  • SportsSports

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