Stayed there twice. Both times were great. Large property. Good on-site restaurants, variety of prices. Efficient and useable business center. Wi-Fi hotspots work well, great signal. Offer a good variety of rooms. TV lounge is a bit hidden but has a 42" (i think) TV to catch up on your futbol. Convenient number of wall sockets. Check in pretty speedy. Don't try to break into the place, security is on top of their game. Great option for the business traveler or for stopovers night before going out on safari.
Most definitely NOT a final destination resort. Traffic to get there can really be a killer, but that's typical for anywhere in Metro Nairobi so kind of irrelevant. Kind of far out of city center but that comes with the advantage of not so much neighborhood noisiness. Rooms are inconsistent in type and flavor but I have yet to be displeased with any room in the house.
- Also Known As:
- Fairview Hotel Nairobi
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nairobi's most popular and only family-run four star hotel comprising of 127 rooms (with some five star rooms!). Our product offering is designed for the business traveller with various room types set in five acres of beautiful gardens. Our room rates include bed, breakfast, wifi and all taxes. We are situated 2 kilometers out of the Nairobi central business district on Upper hill, away from the noise of Nairobi. ... more less
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