We stoppped over in Nairobi for one night following a safari and on our way to Mauritius for the rest of our holiday.
Nairobi roads are interesting and very busy so the hotel looked like a haven away from the hussle and bussle.A very impressive entrance,lobby and restaurants.
Pool was OK but noisy as there is a main road being built just outside .Rooms were functional and clean if not luxurious,fine for a night or two.
We ate at the eagles restaurant on the top floor overlooking the game reserve.The food was excellent and the service superb.They are trying to attract wealthy westerners and doing a good job,we could not fault the evening.
Unfortunately the roadworks started at 6.00am next morning,so no lie in. We would go back for the food but not a restful nights sleep.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ole Sereni is a premium wildlife resort strategically located just off the Mombasa road overlooking the Nairobi National Game Park. Centrally positioned between the international airport and the city center, this is the only hotel bordering the wilds of the National Park. Ole Sereni offers all comforts and services to the business as well as leisure travelers and enjoys proximity to the central business district, international organizations, financial institutions, government offices and industrial area. ... more less
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