x The average starting price for a place to stay in Nairobi is £51 per night.
3rd Right, Kitale Lane, Off Dennis Pritt Rd, CaledoniaOutstanding 96%
timothy.snell Fantastic, private and quiet place to stay near the centre of Nairobi. I only stayed one night and really appreciated the restful sleep. The owners of this property left an excellent breakfast basket for me and made sure that I had an enjoyable stay.
zaksame On my past visits to Nairobi my colleagues insisted on staying in one of the 'Big Name' hotels which I found to be soul-less with good service but not exactly what you might call homely.... And then I found the Wildebeest Camp. I could gush on all day about the wonderful tents; the fantastic people I've met there and had really invigorating conversations with; the wonderfully helpful and discreet staff; the beauty of the place; the proximity to the city centre; the overall relaxed atmosphere and of course barney - the dog who looks like Scooby Doo. It was like home away from home. NO! Scratch that, my home is not even close to how cool the Wildebeest camp is. Don't miss it. Really! Brendan (Ireland)
P O Box 10265Awesome 88%
happyhippy2k Nice comfortably house with quiet relax garden and environment. All staffs are really friendly and helpful. Clean room but still have mosquitoes. It's far from city center and seems like no taxi driver know this place. Difficult to getting around, only by 15 min walk on the dusty road to catch matatu on Langata road. The taxi service is very expensive, start from 1000 ksh in any distance and any leg (though we just get around Karen museum area)e.g. to Carnivore 1000 Ksh, to Giraffe center 1500 ksh oneway(we catch local taxi for just 400 ksh on the return). Recommended for rest after the safari but be careful of the taxi price which is the only way to get out after dark!
Muranga Road P.O.BOX 30278Awesome 85%
VincentU Good value, friendly and homely. Easy access to airport and central locations. Would definitely stay again.
markwroger It is a bit out of town, but great for the price. The owner is very friendly, and the house is very nice. It is secure and hospitable, but just not easy to get to Nairobi. Otherwise it is a great place.
Ngara Road, opposite Administration Police PostGreat 80%
gerd_ucker A small and simple B&B with very friendly staff. The location is save during daylight, I would not recommend to go there in the dark, but with Taxi this not a real problem.
Junction Lenana Road & Galana Road KilimaniGreat 80%
Milimani Road PO box 24943Good 71%
garyjudywoods The apartment was nice, but we were disappointed with it. There weren't toilet seats on two of the toilets, and the one that had a toilet seat, was broken. There were no shower curtains on the showers, making the floor slippery. We didn't know from the site information that it was on the 5th floor, and we had an 81 year old lady in our group. I would stay again, if these things were addressed ( and if I didn't have an 81 year old with us)
zaksame Although I only stayed at the 680 hotel for three nights I was pleasantly surprised after some other reviews which I had read. Yes, the hotel is not as plush as some of its newer more modern counterparts in Nairobi but there can be no denying the value of its location in the very living heart of the city. The rooms were clean and the staff I found to be attentive and courteous at all times throughout my stay. Breakfast is served as a buffet each morning and while not the most ambitious of fare it is still good nourishing food - as can be attested to by the number of business people doing business over the morning meal. The bar can be a lively place in the evenings, especially with the after-work crowd. It is a lot cheaper than the nearby Stanley or Hilton and in a much more relaxed athmosphere too. Football on TV plays a big part in drawing the crowds to the usually full bar as is the live music. Overall for the price you can expect a decent standard of budget accommodation but in a central location that is hard to beat.
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