The house of Flavio Briatore, the Formula 1 tycoon, in Kenya, was mythical for his illustrious guests. From Fernando Alonso, when he was preparing the season, to top models like Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum passed through this mansion on the Kenyan coast. Now anyone can have access to that dolce vita because the property has been converted into a luxury resort.
A distance of 300 meters separates the two establishments, reflecting two ways of understanding life: on the one hand, the extravagant and vibrant atmosphere of destinations as energetic as Dubai, London or New York, with a very marked gastronomic and entertainment component; and, on the other, a holistic and relaxing atmosphere.
The experiences that can be lived there? Sail the ocean coast aboard a traditional boat, enjoy a picnic on an almost deserted island, dive among corals or explore the savannah observing elephants.
Ludovico Dupré, founding partner and CEO of Babylon Hospitality, is clear that "Kenya is a spectacular destination": "We are delighted to be able to contribute to its rebirth as a luxury destination after these years of pandemic. It is an exceptional enclave, which offers multiple possibilities and activities to discover a different corner of the world, enjoying an authentic adventure from the comfort of luxurious resorts".