The dining experience at Xanadu is truly outstanding, entirely flexible and with a standard of cuisine that could grace the table of any top restaurant in the world. You can dine on freshly caught seafood and Swahili cuisine at a romantic, candlelit table on the beach as the sun goes down, or in Xanadu’s gourmet restaurant with food prepared by an exceptional international chef.
Accommodation at Xanadu is in six luxurious villas, each one set in a tropical garden and individually designed to suit different tastes and requirements. The Alfajiri, Kimwondo and Umande Villas are all one-bedroom spacious retreats with lounges and private pools, Kimwondo’s set on a rooftop terrace. Mlima and Kongo are two-bedroom villas with similarly exquisite facilities. The two-bedroom Mbingu Villa is Xanadu’s Presidential Suite and features include two plunge pools — one of which is on the rooftop — king sized beds, a waterfall shower, and handpicked objet d’art from around the world.
Though it’s certainly tempting never to leave Xanadu, there are plenty of activities you can do within the resort and nearby. Sea kayaking, snorkelling, and stand-up paddle boarding are all included, and you can also surf, kite surf, scuba dive, and sail out towards the horizon on a whale watching cruising.