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City & Town Hotels, KEN

East Africa’s luxury hotels offer extremely high standards of service and are comparable to the best hotels anywhere in the world. All offer ensuite rooms, most with verandas, air-conditioning or fans and mosquito nets; global communications, business centres, swimming pools and extensive grounds.

Boulevard Hotel

The Boulevard Hotel is part of the Sentrim Group of Kenya hotels and is a two storey building set in gardens, immediately adjacent to the main Uhuru Highway. A popular mid-range option, though in need of some refurbishment. Good location, only 500 m from the city centre and near the museum and Norfolk Hotel. 

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Crowne Plaza Hotel

Crowne Plaza Nairobi is a modern, elegant and luxurious hotel in Upperhill area, only 20 Kilometers from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and 2 Kilometers from the City Centre. The hotel is a member of the prestigious InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and has its presence in over 100 countries in the World and a member of the Priority Club Rewards.

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Eka Hotel

Situated along Mombasa road, with easy access to the city centre (5km), Nairobi entertainment venues, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (7km), Wilson Airport (5km), Nairobi National Park, most Corporate, Government and Diplomatic offices, Eka Hotel promises Comfort, Convenience and Efficiency, supported by the latest in technology. With 170 Air conditioned rooms, of these 161 are Superior rooms, 2 rooms for guests with special needs, 4 junior suites and 3 Executive Suites. 

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Fairview Hotel

The Fairview Hotel has traditionally described itself as ’a country hotel in town’. Peaceful, set in spacious grounds and surrounded by trees, it is also situated in the very centre of town. Family owned and run it caters for the business and holiday traveller alike. Substantially expanded and refurbished, The Fairview Hotel offers over 100 rooms, a choice of restaurants, swimming pool, gymn and a selection of bars. The hotel is ideally placed for tours of the city centre...

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Giraffe Manor

An elegant colonial mansion, Giraffe Manor was built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan. In 1974 it was bought by Jock Leslie-Melville, a prominent figure in Kenya’s colonial history. Jock and his American wife, Betty, swiftly moved two young Rothschild giraffes on to the estate, where they flourished, and established subsequent generations of giraffes. Today, the giraffes wander at leisure within the grounds and have become renowned for sticking their heads through the windows of ...

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Hilton Hotel

The 20-storey Nairobi Hilton dominates the centre of town, its distinctive circular tower occupying virtually an entire block. As a member of the world-renowned Hilton chain, the Nairobi Hilton offers a standard of accommodation in keeping with its global standards. The hotel has an open-air heated pool surrounded by a sun-deck. It also offers a health club with gym and health (sauna and steam and beauty services). Golf can be arranged at a nearby course. 

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House of Waine

The House of Waine is a unique ’boutique-styled’ city hotel set in the charming and historic suburb of Karen, approximately half an hour’s drive out of down-town nairobi (the capital city) and within sight of the famous Ngong Hills. It is surrounded by 2.5 acres of gardens and forest. Amenities include heated swimming pool, AC throughout, suites and honeymoon suite. The House of Waine is styled as an out-of-town ’boutique hotel’ and consequently prides itself on the charm of...

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Imperial Hotel

The Imperial Hotel is situated in the centre of Kisumu within easy reach of all the attractions of this, Kenya’s third city. The hotel offers: 1 State Suite, 3 Executive Suites, 44 Deluxe Rooms and  22 Standard Rooms. There are also 12 fully-furnished apartments . Each room offers: twin beds, ensuite bathroom, telephone and cable TV. Deluxe rooms also offer queen sized beds, airconditioning and minibars. The hotel also offers; internet access, secure carpark, exlusive resident’s bar ... 

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Intercontinental Hotel

The five-star Nairobi Intercontinental Hotel offers a world-class ambience in keeping with the style of the group’s other hotels worldwide. It was fully renovated in 2007. The hotel offers its own casino and business centre. It also has its own health club – on the lower ground floor, with a 15m outdoor swimming pool. Sauna, Jacuzzi, massage, Turkish bath, Fitness equipment – gym equipment including step machine, life cycle, rower, treadmill. 

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Jacaranda Hotel

Set in pretty if limited grounds, this is a quiet well-run hotel. Sensibly-priced and unassuming it makes the ideal cost-effective business or shopping accommodation. The Jacaranda Hotel offers a spacious lounge immediately adjacent to the reception which makes an ideal meeting venue for business people. The Jacaranda Hotel opened in the 1960’s as the Agip Motel, thereafter it came under the management of Block hotels and was re-named the Jacaranda Hotel. 

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Karen Blixen Cottages

Tranquil, peaceful, surrounded by gardens and enjoying a very personal level of service, staying in the Karen Blixen Cottages is an experience not to be missed. The cottages have been styled to replicate the colonial style of Swedo House and Karen Blixen’s original home, which is next door. Consequently the decor features cosy fireplaces, sprung floors and charmingly tasteful soft furnishings.

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La Mada Hotel

A newly built hotel, set in 7 acres of land on the edge of Nairobi’s Karura Forest, La Mada Hotel offers just 35 rooms, dining and bar area, pool, business centre, curio shop and conference centre. The hotel is located just half an hour from Kenya’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (and other airport hotels).

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Laico Regency

A dominant presence in the city centre, the Laico Regency is a freestanding, ultra-modern solar-glass structure, which rises twelve floors around a central atrium. Formerly the Grand Regency, the hotel stands on Uhuru Highway, in the very centre of Nairobi (capital city) and overlooking the city’s central park

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Macushla

The unique and unusual Macushla House is located in the Langata suburb of Nairobi (20 minutes drive to the city centre, five minutes from the shops and restaurants of the fashionable Karen centre). Macushla House is immediately adjacent to the famous Karen area, home of Karen Blixen, author of ’Out of Africa’, Langata (to the west of the main city) and is green, peaceful and elegant. Macushla House also offers charming views of the famous Ngong Hills and is close to Nairobi National Park ...

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Mvuli House

The Mvuli Hotel is situated at the junction of Langata Road and Muthaiti Avenue – equidistant between the centre of town and the Karen and Langata suburbs. A simple, economic Nairobi city hotel, it is within easy reach of the city centre, international airport, airport hotels, central business district and the city hotels of the popular Westlands suburb. 

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Nairobi Safari Club

The 5-star Nairobi Safari Club is Nairobi’s only all-suite city hotel. Spacious and elegantly presented it offers the ideal city centre business accommodation. Established in 1984 as an exclusive members-only club, the Nairobi Safari Club was repositioned in 2001 as a fully-fledged five star hotel. Ideally located in the very centre of Nairobi, the Nairobi Safari Club offers an elegant reception area and spacious bar, a large sunny dining room with bench seating and dining alcoves ...

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Nairobi Serena Hotel

Justly famed for its superlative standards of efficiency, service and hospitality, the elegantly sophisticated Nairobi Serena is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World group and is consistently voted ‘Best Hotel in Nairobi’ by airlines and international travel magazines alike.  Despite its pivotal central location, The Nairobi Serena Hotel remains true to its title and offers an oasis of serenity amidst the bustle of one of Africa’s most vibrant capital cities.

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New Lamu Palace Hotel

Located on the waterfront of Lamu town, the hotel has recently been refurbished. It offers a choice of an awning-covered terrace at street level, an airy rooftop restaurant for meals (seafood being a speciality) and 22 rooms, all with AC, mosquito nets and ensuite bathrooms. Close to Mombasa, it is also within easy reach of Malindi, Lamu, Diani and many other popular Kenya safari resort hotels.

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Ngong House

Ngong House lies in the residential suburb of Langata, which lies to the west of the city centre (an approximate half hour drive from the centre of town, the international airport and airport hotels) within sight of the famous Ngong Hills, which featured in Karen blixen’s novel Out of Africa.The hotel is one the more atmospheric of the Nairobi hotels and offers a wide range of Nairobi accommodation: ideal for Kenya safari options. 

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Norfolk Hotel

One of the great historic hotels of the world, and one of the acknowledged ’sights’ of Nairobi, the Fairmont Norfolk Hotel is a Kenyan institution that has to be experienced. The exterior, which has changed little since the colonial era, features half-timbered mock Tudor black and white walls, covered in vines and creepers, a miniature bell tower and a taxi rank where old-style London black caps queue for business. A feature on Nairobi’s landscape since it opened on Christmas Day 1904

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Ole Sereni Hotel

The new 134-room Ole Sereni Hotel opened in 2009 and is built on the site of the former United States embassy overlooking the Nairobi Game Park. Ideally placed for Nairobi airport, it is also within easy reach of the city centre and allows immediate access to the park. Amongst the many attractions are: air-conditioned throughout, all rooms with TV, game-drives in the park, health club (Gym, aerobic studio, sauna, jacuzzi, massage, hair salon, beauty salon), ice-cream bar and swimming pool.

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Palacina

The Palacina is part of Tour Africa Safaris, a family-owned and run travel business with hotels in Zanzibar and the Masai Mara. Developed on the site of the family’s already successful Moonflower Restaurant and Conference Centre – it has already become very popular with those on business or passing through Nairobi on safari. Long-stays are also available for those on temporary secondment to Nairobi.

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Panafric Hotel

Standing high on Nairobi Hill, this efficient, spacious yet welcoming hotel offers immediate city-centre accessibility, a wide range of accommodation options and both the cosmopolitan Flame Tree Restaurant and the open-air Pool Garden Grill. There are 153 rooms, suites and fully serviced apartments as well as; a swimming pool, evening entertainment, children’s club, beauty salon and retail gallery.

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Peponi Hotel

Peponi Hotel is one of Lamu’s most famous and iconic hotels. First opened in 1967, it is still run by the same Danish family who originally founded it; and it retains much of its original charm. Small and personal if offers just 24 rooms, all of which are different. Long known as ‘the place to stay’ when visiting Lamu, the hotel is right on the water’s edge in Shela Village, a few kilometers walk, or a 20 minute dhow ride away from Lamu Town.  Guests arrive at the hotel by dhow and then walk along ...

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Petley’s Inn

Petley’s Inn stands on the sea front in Lamu Town, next to the waterfront museum. The oldest accommodation on Lamu Island, the Inn is presented in traditional colonial Swahili style. It offers a roof-top bar, a charming restaurant, a swimming pool and sundeck and a popular restaurant. The Lamu archipelago is a cluster of hot low-lying desert islands, which runs for some 60 km parallel to the coastline of northern Kenya. The last survivor of a one thousand year-old civilization, Lamu ...

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Red Court Hotel

The Red Court Hotel is fully owned by the Kenya Red Cross Society and stands within the Kenya Red Cross Complex adjacent to Wilson Airport. The Hotel offers 60 rooms (hair dryer, safe, tea/coffee service, satellite TV, telephone, internet access. A series of suites are also offered with seating area, executive working area, additional bathroom and TV. Other facilities include mini bar, newspaper, fruit, wine, iron and ironing board.

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SafariPark Hotel

The Safari Park Hotel stands in 64 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds incorporating a wide variety of indigenous trees and offering sanctuary to a startling array of birds and butterflies. One of Nairobi’s most cosmopolitan city lodge hotels, the Safari Park is also one of Kenya’s largest and most exciting theme parks. An oasis of tranquility in the heart of Nairobi, the Safari Park Hotel blends stylishly elegant architecture, supremely luxurious accommodation, sparkling water gardens,

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Sankara Hotel

At first glance, you might not rate the new Sankara Hotel, which stands adjacent to the Sarit Centre in Nairobi’s Westlands district. Its tall and beige and fairly anodyne; it has no grounds to speak of; and it overlooks a building site. Appearances are, however, deceptive. As you turn off the potholed side road, which leads to the hotel, the traffic light at the entrance turns green, the guard waves you through, and a line of red-winking bollards sink silently into the ground as you drive over them. 

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Sarova Stanley

As one would expect of such a venerable hotel, the Sarova Stanley Hotel is redolent of colonial times past and Edwardian grandeur. Recently completely refurbished it offers style, charm and a timeless elegance which now works hand-in-hand with the refinements of global communications and the provision of a state-of-the-art health club, roof-top swimming pool, iconistic restaurants and bars. The lengendary ’Exchange Bar’ at which have sat most of the great names in Kenya’s history,

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Sixeighty Hotel

Spacious and well-appointed, The 680 Hotel offers a very affordable Nairobi alternative. The 680 Hotel has its own swimming pool and pool-deck area. It also has a casino and a selection of shops. Entertainment is offered in the Terrace Bar. The 680 Hotel has its own private resident’s loungeThe 680 Hotel was established 30 years ago and is one of Nairobi’s best-known middle-priced hotels.

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Southern Sun Mayfair

The Southern Sun Mayfair is a popular city hotel, located in the now very popular Westlands District of the capital city, which is just beyond the city centre and offers extensive shopping malls, restaurants and attractions. Once one of colonial Kenya’s most prominent hotels, The Southern Sun Mayfair, (formerly known as the Holiday Inn Mayfair Court Hotel), enjoyed considerable fame in the 1940s. This charming city hotel is now a comfortable, spacious, modern hotel whilst ....

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The Boma

The Boma is designed to be a haven from the hustle and bustle of Nairobi and an ideal place for people from all over the world to come together. The “O” in The Boma’s logo, is a circle to symbolize a group of people meeting together. It also suggests Boma's holistic values. At The Boma Nairobi, you become part of a circle of humanitarian values and social responsibility. All profits fund the Kenya Red Cross Society’s Humanitarian activities. We call this inspiring concept “hospitality with a conscience”.

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The Lazizi Premiere

Kenya’s first airport hotel, The Lazizi Premiere, officially opened its doors in May 2017. The hotel is located within Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, less than three-minutes from the airport terminals. The hotel, which is managed by Sarovar Hotels, offers 144 rooms, a conference centre, three meeting rooms and a business centre. Additional facilities include the Euphoria Spa, a roof top deck with an infinity pool, a gym, café and bar.

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Tribe Hotel

Modern, spacious and sleekly chick, Tribe is undoubtedly Nairobi’s most modernistic and minimalistically elegant hotel. The interior décor makes ultimate use of polished marble, glass vibrant colour and a wide variety of African art – modern and ancient. Immediately adjacent to The Village Market, Nairobi’s most up-market shopping mall, and 5 minute’s from the United Nations headquarters at Gigiri, Tribe is a new hotel with a very alternative look. 

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Windsor Golf & Country Club

Set amid 200 acres of indigenous forest and rolling greensward, The Windsor Golf and Country Club looks out over numerous lakes and water features with views of both Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro. Built in 1992, The Windsor Golf and Country Club has been constructed on what was once a large coffee estate, thus offering long views, verdant greenery, fresh air and unrivalled tranquility. Constructed in neo-Victorian style, the interior offers space, light and welcoming charm 

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