After many years I visited The Stanley again. Was looking for the thorn tree in the courtyard restaurant. Its gone but replaced with boards which is a good idea. Good news is that a new thorn tree is planted and doing ok. The courtyard restaurant where the thorn tree was is no longer open to the road because of security. The hotel has obviously been renovated and modernised but the old tradition as there and one can feel history in these walls. Lobby decorated with old photographs that tell a lot about Kenya's past. The bar is great and ideal meeting point. Try it at tea time or for a cocktail. Room nice, quiet. Staff very friendly, smiley and out to please in the hotel. Security on every floor. My short stay was a "going down memory lane" and truly enjoyed.
- 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