Peponi Hotel has a total of 24 rooms, which are divided into superior and standard rooms. All rooms at Peponi have ocean views. The superior rooms are differentiated by their location, size, and private outside area, indoor plants, and artwork and Swahili furnishings. No two rooms are alike. Five of the rooms are built right on the beach, with private veranda areas overlooking the sea, while the rest have a combination of ocean and garden views. All rooms have overhead fans, mosquito nets, showers (no baths), fresh flowers, and personal safes.
Experience life in Lamu village, one of the oldest settlements in Africa. Here a diverse culture grew out of trade in spices, slaves and religion. The coral walls and streets are only navigable by donkey, foot or bicycle and the islands only car is owned by the district governor. Swahili women, dressed in black buibuis, their hands painted with henna, sometimes can be heard singing behind shuttered windows as you wander the streets of this enchanting town.