Nairobi

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8
5 reviews
Sophistication and style are the hallmarks of this stunning boutique offering out in Karen. — Lonely Planet
8
Highridge
5 reviews
This hotel is cool, clever and connected, which is no surprise given that it is a member of the exclusive Design Hotels group — Star Service
8
7 reviews
1932 ivy-covered lodge with grounds that are home to a herd of giraffes. . — Travel + Leisure
8
4 reviews
Hemingways is a colonial-style boutique hotel harking back to the days when its namesake writer explored east Africa. — The Telegraph
8
2 reviews
The all-suite Palacina is a world-class boutique hotel offering stylish accommodation, luxury facilities, attentive service and fine on-site dining a short taxi ride away from the city center. — Star Service
7
3 reviews
In earshot of the roars of the Nairobi lions, the Emakoko offers spacious, beautifully designed rooms with huge verandas overlooking a jungle valley. — Fodor's
7
3 reviews
If you prefer the ordinariness of a standard hotel room, you may find this audacious collection of beautiful, slightly experimental stand-alone suites a bit too quirky. — Frommer's
7
Nairobi Central Business District
5 reviews
This Tudor-style hotel in the city center underwent a multi-million dollar overhaul to renovate the rooms and lobby, and construct a tearoom, outdoor café, and Cin Cin Wine Bar. — Travel + Leisure
7
Nairobi Central Business District
3 reviews
Public areas retain a trace of the elegance of times past and rooms offer all the standard amenities of a modern business hotel. — Fodor's
7
2 reviews
This fabulous place in Langata is arguably Nairobi’s outstanding budget option. — Lonely Planet
7
Nairobi Central Business District
3 reviews
The Hilton dominates the centre of town with its distinctive round tower, occupying virtually an entire block with its rooms, restaurants, shops and other facilities. — Lonely Planet
7
Upper Hill Estate
2 reviews
Family-run, very comfortable, and a great value. — Frommer's
7
Nairobi Central Business District
1 review
Almost equidistant between the city centre and the National Museum, this place is a terrific budget choice — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
Within walking distance of the Giraffe Centre, and convenient for all of the attractions in the Karen/Langata area, this refreshingly informal guesthouse feels as if it's at the edge of the bush. — Frommer's
7
1 review
This pink-hued tower sits just on the outskirts of the central business district downtown and is the latest of the city's high-end hotels to open — Star Service
7
1 review
Despite the unfortunate exterior, the hotel has warm, gracious spaces inside -- tribal masks and wall hangings adorn the interior, with hand-knotted rugs laid out on stone-tile floors. — Frommer's
7
1 review
This fantastic new addition to the city's hotel scene offers spacious, great-value and super-comfortable rooms within easy walking distance of Westland's eating and nightlife attractions. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
Tucked away on a quiet street on Karen’s north side, this tranquil guesthouse offers large and comfortable rooms with contemporary artworks on the walls and plenty of stylish furnishings throughout. — Lonely Planet
7
Nairobi Central Business District
1 review
This classic, long-standing shoestringer’s haunt has seen better decades (some of the beds sag prodigiously), though it’s got an aged charm if you’re not too fussy about things like, well, cleanliness. — Lonely Planet
7
Upper Hill Estate
1 review
The focus here is on affordable comfort for business travellers, with attractive if somewhat sterile rooms. — Lonely Planet
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