Maximise your visit to the World's Wildlife Capital
Located in the vibrant Westlands district of Nairobi, the hotel provides access to key destinations like the Kenyatta International Convention Centre, offices of international corporations and the National Archives. Shoppers can tackle the challenge of browsing the 6-level Sarit Centre, one of the largest shopping malls in East Africa, less than a 5-minute drive from the hotel. Visit some of Nairobi's museums, such as the Nairobi Railway Museum, which celebrates the city's origin as a railway station, and the Karen Blixen Museum, dedicated to the author Out of Africa. Just 2.5 kilometres from the hotel, the National Museums of Kenya showcase the country's past and present cultural and natural heritage. Take a walk on the wild side at Nairobi National Park, the city's most famous attraction. This safari park is the only one to fall within the city limits of a major world capital, earning Nairobi the nickname the World's Wildlife Capital. After a safari walk to view the lions, giraffes and exotic birds, you can catch the local nightlife in the city's numerous entertainment spots. Read more below about our selected points of interest.
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5.36 mi / 8.62 km from the hotel
This sanctuary is dedicated to the rescue and protection of wildlife, such as endangered black rhinos and elephants. See these magnificent animals up close and support the conservation efforts undertaken for them.
Dive into Nairobi’s fascinating history at its excellent National Museum, which celebrates its culture, nature, and contemporary art. Don’t miss the adjoining Snake Park, home to crocodiles, turtles and—the main attraction, snakes.