Others are Samburu Lodge in Samburu National Reserve in Northern Kenya, Sentrim Tsavo located in Tsavo East National Park, Sentrim Mara located in the Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Sentrim Amboseli located in the Amboseli National Park and Sentrim Samburu located in Samburu National Reserve.
The eight hotels boast of over 350 rooms in form of tents, cottages, and hotel units. They are situated on over 130 acres.
The hotels are likely to attract several potential buyers, including high-net-worth investors, as well as hospitality groups that are active in the country's tourism market.
There has been a string of heavy investments by leading luxury hotels in Kenya recently.
The list includes global brands such as Accor Hotels, Hilton, Carlson Rezidor, and Acacia Premier. Nineteen hotels are also expected to come to Kenya shortly, with a total of 3,453 new rooms in the pipeline, according to a report by Lagos-based consultancy W-Hospitality Group.
Hotel chains in Kenya are increasingly facing pressure from ultra-affluent clients who demand special service.
Kenya and South Africa are tipped as the next continental hotspots in luxury hotel investment.
A report released at the World Travel Market conference held in London between November 6 and 8 last year said the investment would be underwritten by continued flow of top-dollar clients to the region.
“South Africa and Kenya are expected to register strong growth in luxury hotels as Sub-Saharan Africa continues to be popular with luxury travellers,” Euromonitor International’s Top 100 Cities Destination Ranking 2017 report said.