The Norfolk Hotel

Reviews of The Norfolk Hotel

Excellent(100%) From 3 travellers
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Below are independent comments from 3 of our travellers who have visited The Norfolk Hotel, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr S from Hong Kong
Arrived on: 9-Jan-2017 Stayed for: 1 nights
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The Norfolk Hotel review

Old world charm, steeped in history and tradition. Welcoming, warm, attentive staff, great tapas at the bar and a relaxing garden setting.

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Dr W & Dr D from Leeds
Arrived on: 29-Sep-2016 Stayed for: 4 nights
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Norfolk Hotel - like stepping back in time

We enjoy staying at old hotels with an interesting past so this was perfect for us.

Although an old hotel it has all the modern facilities expected nowadays.

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Mr & Mrs B from Essex
Arrived on: 19-Jul-2014 Stayed for: 3 nights
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The Norfolk Hotel review

We had the warmest of welcomes. That warmth and hospitality continued throughout our visit with each member of staff with whom we came into contact.

I tended to to discover their Tribe, and, largely speaking Kiswahili had interesting discussions, which were frequently hilarious. I felt I was being treated as a long lost friend, which, considering this was my favourite hotel from 1953 until I, latterly we, moved to West Nyanza. The Hotel was more modern in many ways but retained its essence. The courtyard garden was still beautiful. Food and service were outstanding. It was sad to see that it was necessary for there to be a permanent armed guard from the GSU the first leader of which had been a friend as I told the startled askaris on duty.

Our driver at this time was Kim who was first class.

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