Kenya's capital stands at an altitude of 5,500 feet and is the largest city in East Africa. A city of contrasts, Nairobi has a population of over 2 million people living side by side in shanty towns, middle class districts and expensive mansion suburbs.
Nairobi offers a number of things to do, plus a range of accommodation options for those who want to explore the bustling capital of Kenya before venturing on safari or heading home.
Below are a few accommodation options that we would recommend in Nairobi...
This exquisite hotel based just outside Nairobi offers excellent cuisine and a chance to get closer to a giraffe than any other safari destination in the world. More...
A world away from Nairobi's city hotels, Ngong House is situated on the outskirts of town and offers luxury accommodation with a difference; the rooms are in fact two storey tree houses, raised fifteen feet off the ground. More...
The Norfolk Hotel
A member of the 'Leading Hotels of the World' group, the Norfolk is close to the city centre and an excellent base if you have a day to spend in Nairobi.
As you would expect from a five star hotel, the food, service and facilities are all first class. Most of the 300 rooms are set around colourful central gardens that provide a welcome respite from the busy hustle and bustle of the city.
Prices from...£122 per person, per night - breakfast included.
This super owner run guesthouse is situated in the suburb of Karen. It offers simple but lovely accommodation, with gardens, a swimming pool, bar and restaurant.
Price from...£100 per person, per night - breakfast included.
These offer contemporary boutique accommodation in the heart of Nairobi. Each of the 14 suites has a bedroom, living room, balcony and en-suite bathroom. With a swimming pool, fitness room, spa and business centre - all needs are catered for.
Prices from...£130 per person, per night - breakfast included.
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