Hotel Embassy

Address: Tubman Road, Nairobi, 00100, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Nairobi Central Business District area of Nairobi, is near National Archives, Baboons & Vervits, River Road, and Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Embassy Nairobi

    Reviewed by sarita.castilho

    Meu primeiro hotel africano...My first African Hotel

    Reviewed Apr 25, 2014
    by (21 reviews) São Paulo , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    O hotel é bastante simples e antigo. Me lembra cenas do Hotel Ruanda com escadas estreitinhas, banheiros meio remendados, mas fico feliz que tenha mosquiteiro. Amanha verei como é o cafe da manha.

    The hotel is quite simple and old. Reminds me of scenes from Hotel Rwanda with estreitinhas, bathrooms downstairs middle patched, but I'm glad it fly. Tomorrow I will see how is the cafe in the morning.

    Meu primeiro mosquiteiro
    Nairobi, Kenya

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by ray_harrington

    Hotel Embassy

    Reviewed Jan 16, 2013
    by (5 reviews) Rossmore, Clonakilty, Cork, Ireland , Ireland Flag of Ireland

    Does what is says on the tin - Not impressive but reasonably cheap and bang in the middle of town.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Embassy Nairobi

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Nairobi

    Land of Happiness

    A travel blog entry by okki_abroadx on Jul 04, 2015

    2 photos

    There is so much happiness in Kenya. So much joy, laughter and kindness! Whether you speak the same language or not, Africans find a way to make you smile. This morning a man approached us and spent about 10 minutes just rambling on in Swahili and we just nodded and smiled. It was so funny! He went on and on, without response on our behalf, until we said we had to go. He understood a bit of English and said that it was lovely to meet us. There are so many people ...

    My safari to masai mara national reserve

    A travel blog entry by sam.mbuthia on Jun 26, 2015

    ... geysers, star rock towers and geothermal steam that make it one of the most atmospheric parks in Africa. This park was named for its pair of massive red tinged cliffs framing a geothermic active interior of steam vents and bubbling springs. This is the only park where you can walk or cycle through as you ...

    Karibu Kenya

    A travel blog entry by sweetobsolete on May 13, 2015

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... luckier than I thought. Some folks had to go out and pee at the side of the road, and there was one point that I felt we were in a boat, because of how deep the water was, but at least we made it out with our lives. I could not sleep as we were stuck in this traffic jam, so by the time we arrived at our destination, Wildebeest Eco Camp, I was running on about 33 hours of no sleep. We finally settled into bed at around 5AM, to the sound of ...

    Sheran's Day

    A travel blog entry by cubm on Mar 05, 2015

    9 comments, 20 photos

    ... put on hold come back to life. Operation Chicken Coop was an attempt a few years ago to start an economic development project for Each One Touch One Orphanage. After a few years, we had to abandon the project for a variety of reasons. Operation Chicken Coop, however, is alive and well in Banana.

    The widows purchased an incubator for $2,000 from their jewelry business profits and are now selling not only eggs but chicks! This year Sheran raised money ...

    My first few days with the kids

    A travel blog entry by ahubs10 on Oct 28, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... family sexual and physical violence and some have just been abandoned. We first had a group where we got to know each other by playing fun games and I had them teach me some Kenyan games and Swahili words. It was nice to be able to have a translator as most of the children understood few English. All were extremely lovable and more friendly and engaging than I expected, given their pasts.

    I have worked with three of them individually in a session where I still kept it light ...

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    Meu primeiro mosquiteiro
    Nairobi, Kenya