What to do in Nairobi

Experience East Africa's iconic savanna and vibrant culture while staying in Kenya's thriving capital. Our city center hotel places business guests near the World Bank, a symbol of Kenya's growing economy, while it gives safari-goers easy access to Nairobi National Park. This wildlife preserve is known for its diversity and large populations of endangered animal species. You can see artifacts like the engine seat where Teddy Roosevelt sat to hunt inside Nairobi's museums. After your adventures, try nyama choma, a favorite local dish, at the Carnivore Restaurant. Check out some of our suggestions for nearby attractions below.

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Nairobi National Museum

1,96 mi / 3,16 km from the hotel
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.
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Elephant Orphanage

3,71 mi / 5,97 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.
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Nairobi National Park

4,48 mi / 7,21 km from the hotel
For those who have a passion for wildlife, a visit to the Nairobi National Park is a must. Learn about conservation efforts and try to catch a glimpse of animals that call the area home including the endangered black rhino, lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, buffaloes, giraffes, and around 400 species of birds.

Karen Blixen Museum

7,97 mi / 12,83 km from the hotel
Visit this farmhouse and grounds that lie at the base of the Ngong Hills. It is a museum that offers a fascinating insight into life on a coffee plantation in the early 20th century.
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