Hotel Kipepeo

Address: River Rd, opposite bank of africa next to eastmatt, Nairobi, 75362, Kenya | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Nairobi Central Business District area of Nairobi, is near Nairobi National Museum, National Archives, River Road, and Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kipepeo Nairobi

    Reviewed by tatdaze

    It's ok for short stay

    Reviewed Sep 22, 2011
    by (1 review) Annaberg-Buchholz , Germany Flag of Germany

    We stayed there the second time, it's ok for a few days, the room are clean, but rather small, the bathroom is ok, but not the way we would like it, at least the shower is hot :) The restaurant is also ok, breakfast .. oh well ... and dinner, typical "african restaurant food", which is good. But neither breakfast nor dinner are included, you pay seperately. Nice flair to the hotel the way it's build. A plus is the location, not to far to the city center, walking distance, but the road infront is rather noisy. Security service in the hotel, gives you a save feeling. The staff is friendly.
    All together i recommend the hotel for short stays ... 1 or 2 nights, because there might be cheaper places with the same standard.

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