I've stayed here on several occasions in 2012 and am now back in 2013. It remains a lovely place to stay, within reasonable walking distance to Adams Arcade (which is getting better by the year). Many of the rooms have a shared bath in the hallway, sometimes shared with one other room, sometimes private to just one room, and sometimes shared with people from several rooms. They have a variety of room configurations, two of them that I can recall having double beds in them, one having two twin beds, and at least one room with some bunk beds, presumably for groups traveling through. An ample breakfast comes with the room, and prices have seemed reasonable to me. The staff and the owner/operator are all very friendly indeed, especially if you can manage some Swahili. Water and beer are available on an honors system in the dining room. David, the owner, also acts as a travel agent and can arrange safaris and or local flights for you. I'm hoping I'll be back again some future year, but for now I'll have several stays here in the course of a month in which I'll be traveling out of Nairobi to visit friends elsewhere in East Africa.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the quiet Nairobi suburbs of Kilimani and the upmarket Lavington area with easy access to the city centre, Sandavy Guest Houses Bed and Breakfast are close to restaurants and shopping centres. For hospitality at its best, make Sandavy Guest Houses your Nairobi destination. Perfect for business and leisure travelers, families, groups and students... we offer a comfortable, secure and affordable home away from home. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sandavy Guest House b&b
- Sandavy Guest House Hotel Nairobi