Check in from: 1pm
Check out at: 10am
Depending on departures and/or new arrivals, we might be able to be flexible with Check in & Out times by a couple of hours, but we can only confirm this 1 day prior to your arrival or departure. Requests must be made in writing and well in advance of your arrival or departure date.
Booking Terms & Payments
A 25% non-refundable deposit of the total cost of accommodation is required to hold and confirm bookings.
The remaining balance is due 50 days prior to the arrival date, otherwise the reservation will be released.
Cancellations should be in writing and will result in the loss of the deposit.
Cancellation 50-31 days prior to arrival: 50% cancellation charges of total accommodation cost
Cancellation 30 days or less of arrival date: 100% cancellation charges
Guests arriving and deciding to depart early, nights not spend cannot be refunded.
We advise all clients to take up a comprehensive travel insurance, to cover for any unforeseen circumstances and the cancellation charges involved. Inshallah Diani Beach does not take any responsibility for reservation cancellations.
Inshallah Kenya is a private & exclusive property with a strict security policy. For Security reasons we do not accept any outside visitors. ONLY booked and registered guests are permitted entry. Exceptions can only be made by pre-arrangement with the management and are at the sole discretion of the manager only. Any authorised visitors (max. 2 at the time) must bring proof of ID and register with security at the gate. Your stay at Inshallah Kenya is exclusive VIP. We do not allow any parties or loud music.
Inshallah Diani Beach and its owners, directors, management, and employees shall not assume liability for any illness, injury or death to persons staying at the property or visiting the property and therefore cannot be held responsible for loss or damage, or any other incident of any nature involving any client(s) while they are on the property nor while travelling to or from Inshallah Diani Beach.
All concerns must be brought to the attention of the management during the reservation period or prior to the client’s departure to resolve complaints on the ground at the time, where the Kenyan legal system will be adhered to exclusively.