Definitely have to agree with the previous reviewer - this place was a nightmare. We were sent here after their sister hotel in town refused to honour our reservation. It is currently under construction - there are gaping holes in some of the walls and exposed wiring in the lobby. The rooms were dingy, there was no hot water in either of our rooms, and my mosquito net was purely ornamental as it would not close (the other bed in our room didn't even have a net). I ended up getting bitten. We also ate at the restaurant, which resulted in all of us getting sick. I have been living in Kenya for six months, and only upon staying HERE did I get sick!
If you were choosing between this hotel and the one in town, I would certainly recommend the latter. Of course, it's very possible you might arrive there and find they have given your room away to someone else. Best solution - skip Kenya Comfort entirely.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kenya Comfort Hotel Suites is up market with 64 spacious suites, all en-suite and equipped with kitchens. The smallest suite is an open plan layout of 400 sq ft, with larger One, Two or Three Bedroom options available. A special ground floor suite is available for physically challenged guests. All the Suites are furnished with settees & dining tables plus the kitchens are equipped with basic cutlery, crockery, kettles, toasters, microwave, electric cookers and refrigerators. The guest facilities at the Suites include a Solar Heated Swimming Pool & Outdoor Jacuzzi, Safe Deposit Box Facility, Mini Internet Cafe, Parking Area and a 100 pax Ground Floor Conference Room. ... more less
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