Central location but very quiet. Clean. Staff very attentive and helpful. See full review
Jun 28, 2011
Good value for money
The hotel has simple but clean rooms with bathrooms. It is located in central Nairobi and just 10... See full review
Jun 18, 2012
Ideal for guests wanting simple budget accommodation in the heart of the city. The hotel has some conference facilities, a guest lounge as well as some sun loungers on the rooftop. A modern 8 storey building turquoise in colour with the entrance to the hotel on the corner. Opposite Jeevanjee gardens in the heart of the city, Kenya Comfort Hotel close to the city's main train station and 10 minutes from Kenyatta International Conference Centre.
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The Superior rooms have wardrobe space, television as well as telephone and en-suite bathrooms. Rooms include a minibar with free soft drink, bottle of water and a beer.
24 hour room service
Nearby points of interest
Karen Blixen Museum: 8.8 mi
Naboisho Camp: 109.6 mi
There is a restaurant on the first floor which offers very affordable meals and where breakfast is served for guests. There is indoor seating as well as a small terrace.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Booked this hotel based on price, and we got what we paid for!!! A real dump!! No where did it explain in [...]review that there were different ranges of rooms, so we got a standard room with no TV, thinking all rooms had TV's. When we requested
another room with a TV we were told they were all booked. Bathroom was teeny-tiny with a teeny-tiny sink and shower not much more than a drain hole in the floor with a curtain. Shower flooded the floor in more than half the bathroom. Black stuff on the ceiling could have been mold or just dirt. Window had almost a 1/2 opening on the bottom that could have been caulked to let out city dirt, noise, mosquitoes. Toilet leaked when flushed. Room was adequate with two twin beds and a blanket that was so heavy it felt like you were buried in sand. Mattress was quite hard, pillow okay - although two would have been nice. Mosquito nets were really dirty and I hated to pull it over myself fearing dirt inhalation, but felt compelled to because of mosquitoes. The second floor room was on the side street and between the traffic noise, noise from the restaurants and shops on the street and then the construction noise, I was grateful that I had a really good pair of ear plugs. Staff was not helpful or friendly, and made us feel very unwelcome. They even seemed irritated with our questions or request for directions or help. The outside security guard was more friendly then any of them. The manager even appeared a few times and not only never acknowledged us, but never once asked if there was anything we needed Even though we prepaid with a credit card through [...], the reception desk still requested payment ahead of time. They keep track of who is registered in a book by date. So much for technology. Have no intentions of ever staying at this establishment or in Nairobi again!!
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Short walk from hotel
Save yourself the hassle of the City Market. We shopped there and got "taken" on some items that we found cheaper in shops on streets nearby. Beware of the "ebony wood" as we found a worker out back using some "black liquid" on a carved animal and it was probably passed off as an ebony wood carving.