Casa de Palma: The perfect long weekend getaway

This luxury holiday home catering to Mombasa living is bound to make your coastal visit one to remember. Inspired by Miami design, this elegantly furnished house sleeps up to six people.

casa de palma
 “Malibu” comes fully furnished with two bedrooms, one office/bedroom, 3 baths, roof terrance with wet bar and jacuzzi, private garden with lap pool and outside dining, washer/dyer, air-con units in all rooms, 3 flat screen TVs with DSTV, and high-speed fiber internet connection.
Roof terrace with jacuzzi

pool by night

At Casa de Palma all the details are looked after. As a guest, you get to rest easy with 24-hour compound security, including guards, electric fence and power backup system all within the safe Mtwapa East Community.


Whether you stay for a month or a night you will find more than just the essentials to make your stay exceptional.

The modern kitchen is fitted out with full sized American fridge that includes fresh water dispenser and ice marker, top of the line Ariston stove, oven and microwave and beautiful European plate-ware.

Modern kitchen
Modern kitchen
Modern kitchen

For quiet movie nights or to catch the news in the morning, the living room boasts a 55” Samsung smart TV with DSTV connection and surround sound. Each of the two bed- rooms are also contain Samsung smart TV on a swivel arm for optimal viewing from bed.

Living room

The two main bathrooms on the second floor offer beautiful rainfall showers with on demand hot water from the solar water heater and high quality bathroom finishing.

casa de palma bathroom
casa de palma bathroom


The bedrooms offer orthopedic Latex mattresses from IKEA, private balconies, aircon units and beautiful high spec wardrobes.

Staying at Casa de Palma is not only pleasant but well worth it at $120 a night. The fact that it’s also located within Mtwapa creek near etablishments like La Marina Restaurant, the range of activities do to here is endless.


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