We were only there for about 8 hours so I can't speak to everything. I think it was once probably a pretty elegant place but it's a bit run-down now. Service is not the best - we arrived late at night after many hours traveling, had been promised a triple room but found only 2 beds and 2 towels. After 2 requests and about 45 minutes we finally got a rollaway bed added (the other 2 beds would have been too small to share even if we wanted to). We never got a 3rd towel but fortunately the one used at night got dry enough for morning use. We didn't experience a lot of noise or bedbugs or anything really awful. Breakfast was VERY good. Oh yes - upon arrival our van of about 5 people had to be inspected by armed guards and all our luggage x-rayed in order to check in (apparently standard for Nairobi?). No idea of price since we were on a tour and all was included. I have suggested to the tour company that they might want to choose a different hotel in future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- InterContinental Nairobi has for years been an oasis of luxury for business travellers as well as those who want to experience the wonders of Africa. The Parliament buildings are a short stroll away, Kenyatta International Convention Centre is right next door and Nairobi National Park, Museum Hill and the Elephant Orphanage are within easy reach. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Nairobi Hotel Nairobi
- Nairobi Intercontinental