I actually love the Safari Park, because I can count on good service and they also respond to my needs of extra body lotion, an iron and other miscellaneous requests. The food is quite tasty and it's a big property so you can walk around safely and get a bit of exercise.
BUT, I have now stayed here 5 times and I never knew there was a shopping village on the property with lots of lovely little shops and folks desperate for business (especially the lovely ladies at shop 5 named Pauline and Stella and the lovely proprietor of shop 4). The market shop be bustling but instead it's a ghost town. There is no need to visit the Masai Market, nor trek to the Mall, because these shops have it all.
SO my recommendation to management is keep up the good work, but TELL people about the market.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- ‘THE AFRICAN PARADISE’ Surrounded by 50 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, the Safari Park Hotel & Casino combines the elegance of African architecture and art with an infrastructure at the leading edge of technology. Located only 15 minutes from the Nairobi city centre, the hotel offers calmness and serenity away from the fast pace of the city. The five-star hotel boasts 205 luxurious rooms each with en-suite bathrooms, antique African-themed four-poster beds and furniture. All the rooms have rear and front private large garden view balconies. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Safari Park Nairobi