Hotels & places to stay in Nairobi
Macushla House is a converted home situated in the leafy, quiet Langata area of southwest Nairobi. This residential suburb is ...More about Macushla House
We thought Macushla House was lovely and the staff were very welcoming. We enjoyed an excellent, cooked to order, breakfast next morning. Our main regret was that we ... reviews...
Opened in 2009, the Ole-Sereni is the closest Nairobi has to an airport hotel, though its brand-new neighbour, the Eka Hotel, ...More about Ole-Sereni
We were given a road view room when we think we were due a deluxe park view room. However, it was too late at night when we arrived to bother to complain - especially as ... reviews...
A new, upmarket, owner-managed lodge, opened at the beginning of 2012, The Emakoko straddles the southern boundary of Nairobi ...More about The Emakoko
Anton and staff were very welcoming, and our room was spacious and comfortable. Given our age, the unavoidable drives through the National Park were rather taxing and ... reviews...
Palacina - The Residence and The Suites is a top boutique hotel, located 4km from Nairobi's central business district and 20km ...More about Palacina
A good hotel, very nice room with good facilities, restaurant was good but found the hotel too far from the airport when time was short. reviews...
On a ten-acre plot in Langata, in the south-west suburbs of Nairobi, Hogmead is a colonial-style homestay/boutique hotel located ...More about Hogmead
We were given a small room, very different than our experience when we first arrived in Nairobi. reviews...
Aero Club of East Africa
The dozen rooms at the old Aero Club of East Africa at Nairobi’s domestic airport are available for non-members and make a convenient ...More about Aero Club of East Africa
Room and facilities were good. The staff were really helpful, breakfast was great and the atmosphere was an unpretentious throw back to pre-independence times reviews...
Originally built in 1932 in the southern part of Nairobi’s suburb of Karen, in the style of a Scottish hunting lodge, Giraffe ...More about Giraffe Manor
Giraffe Manor is a unique experience. There is nothing quite like feeding a giraffe from your room if you get a soom in the original hous. The service is excellent and the ... reviews...
Opened in 2010 in the busy central Nairobi suburb of Westlands, the 156-room Sankara is aimed largely at the business-traveller ...More about Sankara
During the trip we needed to spend a couple of nights in Nairobi for some non-vacation business and because we wanted to visit the National Museum (well worth an afternoon, ... reviews...
Delightfully set in a grove of yellow fever trees (Acacia xanthophloea), Acacia Camp, usually known as Acacia Camp Swara Plains (or Swara Plains Acacia Camp), lies within the 80km² Swara Plains Conservancy, 24km from Nairobi International Airport and just 2km from the Mombasa highway. After ...More about Acacia Camp
Miti Mingi Guest House
Located in a quiet part of the booming Nairobi suburb of Westlands, Miti Mingi (the name means ‘many trees’) is a relatively modern, modestly sized bed-and-breakfast guesthouse set in a lush garden. The owners oversee the management of the guesthouse and live in a separate house in the grounds...More about Miti Mingi Guest House
Nairobi Tented Camp
The only accommodation inside Nairobi National Park, Nairobi Tented Camp opened in 2010. A traditionally styled camp of large tents, it's located in a hilly, densely wooded area of fig, ebony and wild olive trees on the west side of the park, close to several popular south-west Nairobi attractions...More about Nairobi Tented Camp
A calm oasis in the hustle and bustle of Nairobi, Ngong House is a small, quirky lodge situated within four hectares of private land, in the Karen/Langata area of Nairobi city. It aims to provide a welcoming overnight stop either at the beginning or end of a Kenyan safari. Ngong House was origin...More about Ngong House
The Norfolk Hotel
Part of the Fairmont chain of hotels, The Norfolk Hotel is arguably one of the most iconic hotels in Nairobi. Built in 1904 it has withstood the tests of time including colonization, independence and a terrorist attack in the 80’s that caused a devastating fire. Then 2004 saw the start of a series ...More about The Norfolk Hotel
Heralding itself as the first luxury hotel in Nairobi, the Stanley has been open for well over a century. It’s a well-known landmark on the Nairobi map, having accommodated the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Barbara Streisand over the years. Whilst it hasn’t changed much on the outside in the last ...More about The Stanley
On the outskirts of Nairobi’s northern Gigiri suburb – location of several embassies, the UN complex and the big Village Market mall – the large, design-heavy Tribe hotel opened at the end of 2008, positioning itself as Nairobi’s chic new place to stay and espousing a modern, inclusive, fun-loving ...More about Tribe