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Highridge
6 reviews
Nairobi's first hip property is a welcome addition to the respectable but staid choices that have, until recently, summed up the capital's upscale hotels. — Concierge
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5 reviews
One of Nairobi’s most perennially popular boutique hotels, this 1970s mansion lies in large gardens in the leafy suburb of Karen, just 2km (1.2 miles) from the Karen Blixen Museum. — Insight Guides
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7 reviews
1932 ivy-covered lodge with grounds that are home to a herd of giraffes. . — Travel + Leisure
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4 reviews
On the outskirts of bustling Nairobi, this stunning mansionlike estate welcomes visitors to its oasis of calm. — Star Service
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Nairobi Central Business District
5 reviews
Built in 1904, Nairobi's oldest hotel was the place to stay during colonial days, and still attracts plenty of guests who at least look like old-school settlers. — Lonely Planet
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Upper Hill Estate
2 reviews
Family-run, very comfortable, and a great value. — Frommer's
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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
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3 reviews
It's a wonderful way to begin or end your Kenyan safari by bypassing the hassles of Nairobi altogether, and the rooms and public areas are exquisite. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
A contrast to the rather grand, colonial-era hotels such as the Norfolk and Stanley, Ngong House is a fabulous boutique hotel located in the quiet suburb of Karen. — Fodor's
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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
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2 reviews
The Wildebeest Eco Camp in Langansta (a suburb of Nairobi) is one of the most beautiful places I have ever stayed at. — Afar Magazine
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2 reviews
Insulated by a hidden glade—home to leopards, lions, and hyenas—Nairobi Tented Camp is in a secluded part of Nairobi National Park...an authentic bush experience within a few miles of the city center. — Fodor's
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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
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
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Nairobi Central Business District
1 review
Rooms are large and relatively plain, with worn carpet a recurring theme. That said, it’s central and offers decent value in this price range. — Lonely Planet
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Nairobi Central Business District
1 review
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
While it might not inspire the Village People to dedicate a song to it, this central spot has a decent range of passable rooms. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
Its shady days as a pick-up joint are long gone, and this revamped hotel is now a model of respectability, with bargain kitchenette doubles. — Lonely Planet
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