I stayed for one night in Early June. Nice food, gym, spacious room. I stayed in a small deluxe which was still so spacious for me and looked newly fitted. Internet was fast enough and had to work on the night I arrived but still found good food in the restaurants downstairs. The hi-tech Gym is quite busy in the mornings (6am) when I visited. It is well set up but a little squashed with few open spaces and lots of equipment. Power should be a problem. Cut out twice in five hours although blackouts were short, 1-2 minutes. They have thought to put everything you may need in the room including an ambrella for when its drizzling. All nice. Apart from the AC unit whose fun seemed to whirl out dust. I switch it off minutes after my arrival.
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- Justly famed for its exceptional standards of efficiency, service and five-star hospitality, the elegantly sophisticated Nairobi Serena Hotel is a member of the 'Leading Hotels of the World'. Despite its pivotal central hotel location in Nairobi, Kenya, the Nairobi Serena remains true to its title and offers an oasis of serenity amidst the bustle of one of Africa's most vibrant capital cities. Offering a wide range of dining experiences, The Nairobi Serena is also renowned for its 'Mandhari' fine-dining restaurant, which is universally acknowledged as one of Kenya's finest. ... more less
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