Crowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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 …
We had another quiet start today with a lazy breakfast then picked up by Mike from Safari tours and headed off to see around the CBD of Nairobi. Some building are the early English times of occupation then each government and it's leader has designed their own building to stamp their mark in Nairobi. Some really nice gardens. We drive around the markets where a bomb went off earlier in the year then over to ...
... My cell phone wouldn’t go through, some roaming problem. So I walked back up to the 3rd floor and asked Michelle if she would please call Daniel. She did and he said he’d come right away. It took a few minutes for him to arrive but he did, and we started back to the hotel, stopping at a market quickly to buy some water. On the way I noticed again what extraordinary security measures are taken in Nairobi. Most ...
... are prostate and esophageal. For women the top cancers are breast and cervical. I read that about 10-15 women a week are diagnosed with cervical cancer in Nairobi. Wow. While I was talking to my group about breast and cervical cancers, I told the men to listen as well so they can tell their wives or girlfriends some day. I always start off by letting them know this is not a comfortable concept to talk about but it is very important to learn how to prevent it because it causes so ...
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