Sarova Stanley Nairobi
Perfectly central, this beacon of luxury has welcomed a string of high profile guests and features spacious, elegant rooms and suites, a glistening pool, Stanley Health Club, Exchange Bar and three tantalising restaurants.
Fahari Palace Serviced Apartme Nairobi
The apartments comprise a mix of one and two bedroom apartments each tastefully designed to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere suitable for a family, couple or corporate client.
Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi
The Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi, offers spacious designer guest rooms and suites with a choice of three distinct fashion inspired styles. Guests can enjoy the unique, color-splashed, edgy and modern ?Urban? room style or upgrade to a Business Class room with a choice of two additional unique room styles: ?Naturally Cool? and ?NY Mansion?. Guests in a Business Class room or Suite enjoy upgraded amenities and services including access to the hospitality lounge with complimentary breakfast and evening cocktails.
Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi
Previously known as Holiday Inn Nairobi, set on 12 acres of landscaped gardens, this hotel embraces the historically hospitable nature of Kenya to make guests feel right at home.
The hotel is located next to Parliament Buildings and other government buildings and 5 minutes to the CBD. It is just a 5 min walk from KICC international Conference.
The hotel has landscaped gardens with palm trees and water features throughout its compound. The hotel overlooks the CBD of Nairobi and next to the Central Park and Uhuru Park, Kenya' s iconic public parks. Historically one of the first hotels in Nairobi but has maintained the position of being a luxury hotel.
Ole Sereni Hotel Nairobi
The hotel is located by the Nairobi National Park and the guest can enjoy occasional sight seeing of wild animals from the restaurant and rooms facing the park. The hotel is located just 15 Minutes from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport along Mombasa Road.
Crowne Plaza Nairobi
The draw card of this quality hotel is the location – it is only 20 minutes from the unique African ecosystem that epitomises Nairobi National Park.
A city sojourn
Nairobi – where the wildest plains of Africa meet a towering concrete jungle. No longer just a stopover before your safari, Nairobi is coming into its own as modern metropolis. It’s worth taking the time to explore its attractions, from cultural delights like the Bomas of Kenya museum and Jamia Mosque, to the lively Westlands entertainment district.
No matter your budget, there’s accommodation to suit any traveller. Affordable hotels like the Terminal and International Guest House abound near the main bus station. However, your dollar will go further here so it’s worth considering upmarket chains like the Hilton and InterContinental, or the Serena and Stanley hotels, for something a little more special.
Into the plains
Kenya’s capital is surrounded by 113 square kilometres of flat plains, dramatic cliff faces and glorious forests that make up the Nairobi National Park. The park is home to over 400 species of wildlife including wildebeest, giraffes and rhinos, so it’s no wonder the city is regarded as the safari capital of Africa.
You’ll find a smattering of lodges and camps around the perimeter of the national park catering to all styles of travel. Nairobi Tented Camp is the only accommodation inside the park itself. Bunk down in luxe tents amid dense the forest and enjoy the spoils of lavish safari living, three-course meals and daily game drives.
Safaris are certainly memorable, but how about if you could take your experience to the next level? No matter where in Nairobi you choose to stay, you won’t be far from the world-renowned Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage where you can get up close with and even adopt baby elephants.
For something truly unforgettable, book yourself into a lavish Art-Deco room at the resplendent Giraffe Manor. Exclusive and boutique, the hotel is one of the only places in the world where you can feed giraffes from your window!