Visited Tiwi beach a couple of years ago and had a fantastic break the hotel was out of this world and all staff really friendly and nothing was to much trouble for them to do for you.
Am shocked at the damage caused but can be a gad send that no one was hurt during the fire and was all cosmetic damage. The hotel can only get better from this happening when all is re-built. One thing that could be changed or improved on the advertising of the other resturants with in the complex to encourage people to use and try out the various foods available.
Hope everything turns out well for the family business when all the work has been completed and will definetly visit in the near future.
We have been 40 years ago at this lovely beach on a camping site named TWIGA and we enjoyed our stay and the friendly people.
> is that now your resort?
> is it possible to camp in month of june in the area of your resort?
> are there other camping sites in your neighbourhood?
Thank you for your anwers.
Hans and Margret Muttner
Dear ladies and gentlemen,
we have been to the former Tiwi Beach twice and loved it so much. Because of our fantastic experiences, we are following the news with high interest despite the fire was a sadly happening. Today we recognized, that it is possible to book the “Amani Tiwi Beach” for the end of january 2010. Because this will be our honeymoon, we decided to come for a few days and have a look on the new hotel and see the results of your work.
The new logo is nice and i personally like, that it remembers to the old one.
Wish you good luck and success for the proceeding and acutally it looks like we will see us in february 2010.
Best greetings to all
Great to listen that Tiwi Beach Resort is being re-built. We have had a wonderful time there working & living. Wishing you good luck and much success!
This was a nice facility. It was sad to see it go up in smoke. How exciting to see the rebirth of the paradise under African skies. A modern and bigger conference room in the quiet of the “staff quarters” will be an added competitive advantage to this great Resort.
Photos remind me of the great TIWI BULLETIN. Remember to revive it.
My mother and i went to kenya in november 2007 and we stayed at the Tiwi and we just loved it, we still talks about it and i can still remember everything, the monkees in the palms and the friendly staff. We wish you all the best with the rebuildings and you can count on us we`ll be there next year.
Erik & Eva from Stockholm, Sweden
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We look forward to welcoming you at ‘Paradise under the African Skies’
Can you publish some photos please of the resort now showing the progress of the refurbishment?
I am sad to know that the property was devastated by fire.
I hope no lives were lost.
WISHING THE NEW PROJECT AND YOU ALL A GREAT SUCCESS
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