Have you heard of the high-end Nairobi hotel where you can have breakfast with giraffes?
Giraffe Manor's motto is "Dine with Giraffes."
Check your bank account before you become too thrilled. The hotel is incredibly pricey, but it is well worth it.
The average cost of a night at this high-end hotel is 900 USD per person sharing. That seems extremely pricey to me; I can't even justify spending $90.
These rates may vary depending on the season, but they represent average pricing.
The hotel attracts mostly international visitors who are always looking to have a nice time with the animals.
They also offer African handmade crafts like bags, jewelry, shoes, and beadworks.
Many of the hotel's rooms have balconies with views of the gardens where the giraffes graze, and some even have feeding stations for the giraffes.
You must reserve ahead of time, and you will be disappointed to find that the hotel is constantly filled.
They also have excellent news for you if you can't afford to pay for a night. A day visit to the facility and feeding the animals from raised platforms is a far more cost-effective option.
You'll also need to make a reservation for this.
The Giraffe Manor has a long history dating back to the 1930s.
Giraffe Manor, The Safari Collection's oldest property, was built in 1932 and was inspired by a Scottish hunting house.
Since the 1970s, when Jock and Betty Leslie-Melville acquired Daisy, an orphaned Rothschild's giraffe, the graceful long-legged giraffes have wandered its grounds.
In April 2009, Tanya and Mikey Carr-Hartley purchased the manor. It has since become a well-known hotel around the world.
You can now schedule a visit. Thank you.
Below are some beautiful photos.
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