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Stayed here one evening in Nairobi with my family. The rooms were clean and quaint, and the everything functioned. The property/gardens are well mainted and great for kids, room to roam a little in the middle of Nairobi. Breakfast was good. It appears other meals...More
Very family friendly, lovely gardens for the kids and play area, great food and love the way they creatively serve it. Will be going back again and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a serene place within the city with great food.
The gardens are quite nice. Lots of places for kids to run around, with 2 swings hanging from trees, a play area, a small rock climbing frame, a tennis court.
The menu is a bit limited, in terms of variety, especially for vegetarians. However, if...More
This is my favourite place in Nairobi. I started going to Amani more than 15 years ago when It was still called Menonite Guest House. I like the old sandstone buildings! The simplicty of everything suits me! The self serve shop where they trust you...More
My family and I had to leave another hotel after spending one night there because of their terrible service and their refusal to assist us with basic travelling issues. We came to Amani Gardens the next morning, where we already stayed two years ago, and...More
Amani Gardens Inn, formerly the Mennonite Guest House has a 50-year reputation of warm hospitality and quiet gardens. Located in Westlands, our guest house is situated conveniently close to major shopping malls, …Morebanking centers, and restaurants, yet the place still retains the feel of a retreat in the countryside with our old English-style buildings and ancient trees. You can spend the morning quietly reading under a 100-year old jacaranda tree, or hop in a taxi and be exploring down town a few minutes later. Amani means peace in Swahili which is a distinctive of the Mennonites. We hope you will find our gardens a peaceful oasis in the middle of a bustling city. Amani means peace in Kiswahili. Spacious gardens, friendly staff, and traditional American food bring our guests back again and again. Amani Gardens is under the Mennonite Board of East Africa. Less
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