Treetops Aberdare is a unique and exclusive treehouse hotel in Kenya’s Aberdare National Park. The hotel is built on stilts high in the trees with stunning views of the surrounding wilderness.
Treetops Aberdare was built in 1932 as a game-viewing treehouse and was later converted into a hotel. It is well-known for being the location where Queen Elizabeth II stayed when she was crowned Queen of England. Its proximity to wildlife encounters makes it a popular choice among wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers.
The hotel offers comfortable and spacious rooms with large windows and private balconies. The rooms are decorated in a traditional African style and are well-equipped with ensuite bathroom facilities as well as modern amenities like air conditioning, a telephone, and a safe deposit box.
The lodge also has a lounge, a bar, a restaurant, and an outdoor viewing deck with panoramic views of the forest. There is also a library, a swimming pool, a spa, a gym, and a nature trail at the hotel.
The hotel provides many opportunities to view wildlife such as elephants, buffalo, leopards, various bird species, and other African mammals. It is strategically placed in front of a natural watering hole and salt lick, from which guests can watch the wildlife that goes there. All hotel rooms, the restaurant, and the lounge have large windows that enable guests to view wildlife from wherever they are.
The hotel offers many activities, including game drives, bird watching, and nature walks, which provide more opportunities for wildlife viewing.