Meridian Hotel Nairobi has been a regular stopover for me on all my vacations in Nairobi Kenya.
The reason is because all the standard/double rooms have an ante-room, bedroom, toilet,
and shower (all seperate). Because of this I am most comfortable although I know of better
and costlier alternatives.
Secondly Meridian is situated on Muranga (I hope my geography of Nairobi is spot on) road
in the Central Business District part of Nairobi.
Thirdy the price range is about $100 USD range for a standard room. This for me is within
For the afore reasons I have stuck to Meridian. However there are a few issues I have had to
put up with namely the styling of the rooms I find dated, the windows above the entrance doors
to some rooms have no mosquitio netting (I suffered the effects in the Easter of 2011), cabinet beds (comfortable) but so retro and no air conditioner (not really an issue since I live in much warmer climes).
Room Service is OK, the lift works, staff are courteous and friendly (including front desk) and room
service is fine.
I consider the rooms on the Second floor and above as suitable because on the first floor (I think)
the verandahs have anti-burglary bars which obscures the panoramic view from up. Then there is
the noise from the mosque to consider particularly on fridays which the first floor overlooks directly.
I have had to change rooms because of this more than once.
Summarily, a pleasing place to stay in that city for that price
PS: Happy to hear my next stay attracts a 10% discount.
REVIEWER: FURO MATTHEW KAMBI
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