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I stayed at the keys hotel earlier this june when i attended kilifair. I stayed for 5 nights and i can say that my experience was quite positive.
* The room and bathroom was clean
* The food was quite good - especially...More
Thank Shaimar S
Response from KeysHotelsMoshi, Guest Relations Manager at Keys Hotels Travel & ToursResponded 4 weeks ago
Greetings from Keys Hotel, Moshi.
We appreciate you for spending time in posting a review. We are happy to know that you had a comfortable stay during Kilifair. We have noted the constrains you mentioned and we will work on it to make...More
I've run and organized two Kilimanjaro climbs through the amazing staff at the Keys hotel. Everyone who works here is incredibly friendly and accommodating and the rates are reasonable. Food is great. Amazing pizzas! I will only and always recommend these guys for your Kilimanjaro...More
Response from Keys H, Manager at Keys Hotels Travel & ToursResponded 12 February 2018
We are grateful to note that you were happy with our services. We hope to welcome you again in the near future.
i cant wait for next time people!!!! all the serene view of the nature... the feel of new fresh fragrance and chill in the air. i would actually recommend y'all to try the Keys Hotel Travel and tours and trust you me, you will enjoy.More
Thank kennedy m
Response from KeysHotelsMoshi, Manager at Keys Hotels Travel & ToursResponded 3 May 2018
We appreciate your time in posting this valuable feedback in Trip advisor. We are energized with your review on your trip with us. We ensure all the guest touring with Keys will have the same enjoyment. Your current review is one of the...More
Kind, friendly and helpful staff. Very accommodating with anything you may need. Clean rooms and bathrooms with air conditioning and fridges. Decent restaurant and good bar. Lovely swimming pool and grounds.More
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Thank Sasha T
Response from KeysHotelsMoshi, Marketing Officer at Keys Hotels Travel & ToursResponded 13 April 2018
We thank you for your valuable time on posting this energetic feedback. Your feedback will help other travelers in making the right decision of choosing us. We look forward to serve you again in future.
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Great accommodations for my study abroad group! Staff is very friendly and hotel premises are secure. Nice pool and great food, including pizza! They have great live music on the weekend as well. Would definitely stay here again.
Thank Maddy L
Response from KeysHotelsMoshi, Manager at Keys Hotels Travel & ToursResponded 2 April 2018
We aporeciate a lot fo your comments as we are happy when you express your satisfaction from our service.We shall always keep our services on a high standard for more satisfaction to our customers.You are once again warmly welcome to Keys Hotel Moshi
Response from limjunekiat | Reviewed this property |
We didnt' go on a safari with Keys, but there is something you should know about the way things work with Keys and their partners. If you're booking directly into Keys (i.e.: as an independent traveller and not part of a... More
We didnt' go on a safari with Keys, but there is something you should know about the way things work with Keys and their partners. If you're booking directly into Keys (i.e.: as an independent traveller and not part of a group tour to Kilimanjaro or something else) and wanting to do a safari with them and their operators, there's no problem in approaching the hotel and their staff to ask about their safari options. If however, you booked into the hotel through an operator, the local understanding is that you should approach your existing contact first before the hotel - it's considered a social no-no to bypass your first point of contact because the hotel is just functioning as a lodging platform, and you're a client of the operator first. Hope this helps!
Actually, different rooms have different adapters! I stayed there immediately preceding my Kili climb and had a room with Type G sockets, and then when I stayed in a different room after my climb, my room had a type D... More
Actually, different rooms have different adapters! I stayed there immediately preceding my Kili climb and had a room with Type G sockets, and then when I stayed in a different room after my climb, my room had a type D socket. I'd bring both adapters just to be safe.