The Stanley: Information from the owner
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|No. of rooms||217|
Main description of The Stanley
The Stanley: Facilities
|Room facilities||Air Conditioning, Clothes Press, Disabled Rooms, Dressing Gowns, En-Suite, Internet, Lounge Area, Mini Bar, Safe, Shower, Tea / Coffee, Television, Complementary Wi-Fi|
|Available services||Airport Shuttle, Credit Card, Foreign Exchange, Laundry Service, Room Service, Room Service (24 hours)|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Massages, Cultural Tours, Golf, Historical Tours, Museums|
Room types at The Stanley
Club Rooms offer a very comfortable stay featuring elegant interiors and amenities such as a fresh fruit basket on arrival, a floral arrangement in the bedroom, fluffy white terry toweling robes and slippers, daily newspapers, free internet access and 42 inch flat-screen televisions. Club room guests also enjoy evening canapes, on the house, followed by aromatic candles and chocolates for Turn Down service.
Deluxe rooms at Sarova Stanley offer the rare luxury of space, the largest in their category in the city, having been built at a time when space was never a constraint. The rooms are done up in classical style with chintz furnishings and plush carpeting.
Executive Suites feature spacious bedrooms with separate dressing area, en-suite Lounge with powder room and well-appointed bathrooms. The decor reflects Classical elegance with a contemporary touch. These suites make for an ideal home away from home and are particularly popular among regular and long-staying guests.
These are exquisitely appointed suites with strong character and understated elegance. They are Nairobi's most prized accommodation. Karen Blixen suite commemorates the Baroness Blixen, Nairobi resident between 1914 - 1931 and author of "Out of Africa". The Suite is decorated with photos spanning her life in Kenya and reproductions of her famouns paintings "Juma" and "The Kikuyu Girl". The "Lamu" Suite is named for the exquisite Swahili/Arabic archipelago and island off the Kenya coast. The Suite's decor is reminiscent of the island's romantic ambiance, boasting a four poster bed popular with honeymooners.