A colleague and I extended a business stay in Nairobi to stay at the Wildebeest Camp for two nights.
It was a wonderful experience.
We stayed in a Deluxe Tent which had one double, one single bed. It was comfortable and such a novelty to be in a tent after staying in a hotel, even though we were still in the city. There was an adjacent bathroom with hot shower and proper working western style toilet. I was very impressed by this!
The camp has a very relaxed vibe and there was constantly chilled out music being played by other guests. The staff we encountered were all friendly, helpful and accommodating. There is a small, good, competitively priced gift shop in the main building.
You are served breakfast in the main building and this was basic, but good - toast/jam/etc. We requested dinner on our arrival in advance and were served it as soon as we arrived, including a vegetarian option.
We booked a day tour of the Nairobi National Park, Elephant Sanctuary and Giraffe Centre through the Camp and although this was not cheap, it was easy and we saw loads of wonderful creatures and had some excellent photo opportunities. Our guide was fantastic and I would recommend this to anyone staying with limited time.
There is a mini-mall just round the corner (walkable) with restaurants in - we ate in an interesting Ethiopian place with a group of new friends from the Camp (most of whom were about to climb Kilimanjaro!).
I would recommend the Wildebeest Camp to anyone looking for a relaxed, basic place to stay for a short stopover in Nairobi. I would stay there again.