Nairobi is rapidly consolidating its status as the hub of the East African economy.
The growing number of international and local conferences and conventions is rapidly changing the landscape of this city. Every time you visit Nairobi, whether for the first time on business or not. You cannot ignore the rapid changes you are experiencing. Every time you welcome greetings here and there.
A new business center has been opened in the Westlands area, just outside the Central Business District (CBD). Parking here is very convenient due to better traffic management. And you won’t miss any of the attractions and services that you might have got used to in the heart of the city.
Here is a list of some of Nairobi’s main hotels that you might consider visiting on your next business trip to Nairobi. They are truly elegant and would surely exceed the standards of an international business traveler.
Near the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport,
you will find the recently opened Crowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi. Although this five-star property opened its doors to visitors only a few months ago, it is already one of the perfect hotels in the country. He has global excellence. Advanced designs, bright architecture, stunning views of the city, with a courteous and intelligent staff that provides an excellent experience.
Of course, being a new hotel, it has all the modern comforts that guests can expect. All tastefully decorated rooms include high-speed wireless internet connection. You benefit from a state-of-the-art gym open 24 hours a day, an outdoor pool and others.
All requirements for business meetings are met by a ballroom. Without columns and 6 meeting rooms with state-of-the-art equipment for efficient business meetings or presentations. The hotel also has two lively restaurants, Baraza and Sikia, which serve delicious international cuisine. The Crowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi is far from the central business district. It is tactically located in the last financial district of Upper Hill.
In August 2010,
another five-star property was opened in the Westland region and is already recognized as the destination of Nairobi: the Sankara Nairobi hotel. This hotel offers all the modern luxury of five-star hotels with a new African flavor. It has the most respected collection of modern African art.
This hotel has three large multifunctional meeting rooms, a club lounge, a gym and the first Angsana spa in East Africa.
And the gastronomic experience here is simply exceptional: each meal is a gastronomic delight developed by the great Italian executive chef, Gaetano Sgroi, whose name was related to the Park Hyatt in Johannesburg. The Gallery Deli and Wine Bar offers more than 5,000 bottles and serves up to 40 wines per glass.
The list of recommended hotels will be incomplete unless you add the name, Palacina the Residence and Suites. Perfectly located in the central business district, in the quiet gardens of the State House Valley.
For tired travelers who have frequented many hotel rooms, the Palacina offers a breath of fresh air, away from the traffic and noise of Nairobi.