Fine if you are stuck in Nairobi for a night for business or a cancelled flight but the whole place feels very shabby and its title as a "Leading Hotel of the World" is just a joke. I am now very wary of any hotel with this award ...
I arrived late to find a lone receptionist trying to check in 15 other people, which took hours. The room they gave me stank so badly of smoke I could hardly breathe (and I am a smoker !), so they moved me to a charming room slap bang on the main road, with a tiny bathroom, a broken television and a broken air conditioning unit.
Eventually got to sleep extremely late and was woken by a knock at 8am, by some buffoon asking if I have any laundry.
This place is fine but it is just not good enough and certainly not worth the money.