Crowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi
Away from the city centre this is a nice newer hotel with friendly and attentive staff. Rooms are spacious and while not extravagant, are comfortably furnished. The breakfast buffet which is included is very good - lots of variety with good quality choices.
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Breezed through immigration, waited an hour for the bags and then met Ben who brought us to the hotel. Trish and Lynn were there to greet us with 2 big Welcome to Kenya signs which was nice. We dropped bags in rooms and then met in the lobby bar for a drink - except for Glenda who went straight to bed. So it was 3 beers in 3 continents for Pam and …
... the kids were timid but playful and posed for pictures, we got some beautiful shots of the samburu tribe and learnt about how they lived, the experience was truely eye opening. Jacks sister Louisa noticed one of the little girls had a white spot floating in her eye, worried it was caterax she decided to take her to the nearest town to get it checked. As a welcoming gesture the family slaughtered a goat and cooked it over a fire pit for us which was a real honour. The ...
... national headlines everyday. After finding out what the crowds at the morgue were about, we decided to look around the pediatric ward. As soon as I entered the ward, I was glad that I hadn’t spent much time in there. There were screaming children everywhere and it is so hard to watch the children have to undergo such pain without the proper pain killers. In Kenya, the stoves are of the portable gas variety and are very low to the ground. Both ...
... to go to The Junction because the market is there Thursdays. We were all craving PIZZA! I had a pizza with artichoke, sun-dried tomato and zucchini. It was amazing. But as I am writing this I have a stomachache. It’s possible that it could be from not having dairy (besides eggs EVERYDAY) since the day I came here and now I have reintroduced it into my diet again. Ouch.
The market was amazing, but at the same time a headache. You go through ...
Once the van was fixed, the Wema Clinic students headed our way to pick us up. We decided to walk from the school out to the main road to meet Paul and the others. The road leading to the school is equally treacherous and we've decided not to make him drive down it anymore now that we feel comfortable enough to walk a bit.
We headed back to the house and nearly the whole group laid down for the afternoon nap they are now accustomed to. Today the students ...