Daisy Home is our second guest house in less than one week in Nairobi, where we come to settle down for a year. Nairobi being an important UN hub, the price of accommodation is overrated. And it seems that there is no review for this specific setting
Anyway we hope through this review, avoid such inconvenience to you
We agree on a nice room to be hold for us for a month, but upon arrival we were told we have to let this for other guest coming for a UN convention, few days so we were put in anotrher room, half size of the one we paid for.
Worst the shower is not working, the sink is leeking... and when we want to settle down through correct pricing of such "product" the manager make us pay per day an exorbitant price of 120 USD a night. even she wanted to make us "homeless" , while I went out to look for another decent place to stay, she wanted to charge me half day so my awful weekend end up by very sad feeling, we become homeless after paying for 3 days 360 USD. No argument is taken, the manager flees away, just let the personel deal on her behalf.
The room we have paid is not the one we have had and then power cut, no shower, and so many more... It is a shame for the BUSINESS here
I really wanted to warn the diplomacy police for such misconduct. But I am nice enough not to do so, but just warn you, potential clients to BE AWARE in UN LAND it is quite TOUGH, re: the accommodation business !
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Daisy Home is a beautiful, modern guest house for those who want a home away from home. We are located 8 kilometers from the hustle and bustle of Nairobi city in the Gigiri suburb. Gigiri is home to the UNEP Headquarters, the American Embassy and the Village Market which is one of the most popular shopping malls in the country. ... more less