My wife and myself stayed there for 3 nights at the start of our safari in September 13th. We did enjoy our stay, the room was quite larger than I thought it would be, it was one floor down from the pool area. I only have 2 faults about the hotel, one is the reception staff could be a little friendlier and more helpfull. The day before we were to fly out I lost my Tilly hat somewhere in the front breezeway, didn't realize till next morning while packing so when I asked the reception if they could look in lost and found, she said no problem, I was watching her from the breakfast room, she never left, never did anything about it. That's a 85 dollar hat, and when in the safari camps not many places to get a replacement. The only other thing I can say is stay away from High Tea, they need to understand what High Tea is. Other than the 2 minor things its a good jump start to our vacation
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kenya’s first luxury hotel, Sarova Stanley opened its elegant doors in 1902. Since then, it has been making history- hosting royal safaris and legendary personalities such as Edward Prince of Wales and Ernest Hemingway. Today, as the hotel enters its second century, it continues to maintain its unique heritage and provides state-of-the-art services and facilities for business and leisure travelers. All guestrooms are a blend of luxurious Victorian grandeur and modern comfort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sarova Stanley Hotel Nairobi
- Sarova Stanley Nairobi