Crowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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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We disbanded at the hotel’s bar where we clinked drinks for the final time and bestowed one sentence summary to the group of our time together.
Keen to maximise our time in Nairobi centre, Chris and I and a couple of other people on the tour walked into the centre to track down a tasty cheap diner for lunch. Eventually found one on the second floor of an office block, overlooking Nairobi’s city centre. For £2 we had three different meats, a ...
... must have worn off on Dad because soon they were both talking in an African accent. Jette and I just looked at each other. At dinner, we found out that an African meal means eating A LOT! It's not eating differently, just eating much more. We felt pressured into going back for seconds even though we were very full. At least Veronica knows how to cook very well. Jette and I played cards with a guy called Dave who works for the family. It was hard to ...
... got to the Livingstone airport only 4 hrs early, so we had lots of time to hang out. Fortunately its a new airport, so comfortable & air conditioned. And as we said before, don't ever think you'll not meet people again that you've met while travelling, as there was the couple from California who had been denied entrance to Botswana for not having the Yellow Fever vaccination. He was a vet from Santa Rosa & him & his ...
... of people waiting in the pitch black by the side of the road. We arrived at the Hotel Boulevard just after 9pm and were let into the car park by 2 armed guards, but the hotel seems fine and contains everything you would expect from a large city. Tomorrow will be the first proper day in Africa, we are getting picked up by Martin Maina at 9am who is going to drive us around for the ...
... that's just coming from a spoiled person's mind who knows how the other side lives.
Much of my knowledge about Kenya was learnt from Amina. There were certainly frustrating times/days at my orphanage which I don't want to recount, but moreover, I felt a lot of frustration from talking to her about the issues in the country. She worked in family planning before becoming a host mother so she expressed her frustration at Kenyans for not talking about the issues and ...