Finch Hatton's is situated at the foot of the Chyulu Hills in the western area of Tsavo National Park and is named after the aristocrat who introduced royalty to the bush and was known for his impeccable style. This style gave rise to the concept of the lodge and here you will find an elegance and luxury reminiscent of the bygone era of colonial travel.
Accommodation is in spacious East African style tents with en suite facilities, deluxe beds and all the amenities of a five star hotel. Each tent has electricity, hot and cold water and a fully stocked mini-bar. The tents are spread out around a small lake, under the shade of acacia and palms and are filled with the sound of bird song as iridescent weavers make their homes among the branches.
The main lodge comprises an elegant dining hall, lounge, bar and terrace. The dining hall has high vaulted ceilings, a stone fireplace, with chandeliers and latticed windows. Guests are required to dress for dinner, which is a fine dining experience. Breakfast and lunch are served on the terrace overlooking the main hippo pool whilst the lounge offers three areas of comfortable private seating including a mezzanine library. There is a large pool and sundeck offering relaxation between game activities.Game drives and guided walks are offered by the lodge.