Overall, this was a great stay and a great hotel. I think for the price of the room, breakfast should be included or at the very least discounted. The breakfast buffet was $35 a person in addition to the $280 a night. This is expensive for Nairobi even though it sits on a "National Park". The food and the staff were AWESOME and extremely accommodating and willing to please. The rooms are nice but the beds were a bit hard for my liking. I would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone that stays in the Nairobi area. Matter of fact, I plan on staying here again during my follow up visit to Kenya.
I saw several posting about bad service in the bar/dining area. Unfortunately depending on who the server was, I did experience slow service, but I did observer the waiter being pulled in multiple directions, however Martha and Rickson were AWESOME and made dining there a pleasure. GIVE THEM A RAISE!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ole Sereni is a premium wildlife resort strategically located just off the Mombasa road overlooking the Nairobi National Game Park. Centrally positioned between the international airport and the city center, this is the only hotel bordering the wilds of the National Park. Ole Sereni offers all comforts and services to the business as well as leisure travelers and enjoys proximity to the central business district, international organizations, financial institutions, government offices and industrial area. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ole - Sereni Hotel, Nairobi Hotel Nairobi