Stayed here for 2 nights in January in the standard tents. The place is really quiet and a good getaway from the hustle and bustle of Nairobi city. The room was basic but comfortable. Shared toilets and bathroom weren't a problem as they were always kept very clean and the showers were hot! Buffet dinner was simple but really tasty and at 1000 shillings was probably just worth it. Breakfast was average but the coffees are excellent. Close proximity to elephant orphanage, giraffe centre, and Bomas of Kenya. Would definitely visit again if in Nairobi.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wildebeest Camp is the perfect place to relax during your African migration! The friendly 'home-like' atmosphere is a great place to meet other travelers, or to just relax and enjoy the amazing gardens. The well-established tropical gardens are home to hundreds of varieties of plants and birds - and we even have a vegetable garden, as well as a variety of fruit trees. There are many accommodation options to suit any budget. We pride ourselves on offering the best value accommodation in Nairobi. All rates include breakfast. We have our own vehicles running airport transfers, day tours and safaris. Accommodation is suitable for singles, couples, families and groups. The large deck overlooking the water feature and camp is a great place to meet other travellers. For those who are watching the pennies, but do not want a rock bottom experience - you will appreciate the attention to detail in the rooms and camp grounds. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wildebeest Camp Hotel Nairobi