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Top 5 Pictures Of Classy Hotels In Kenya

1. The Boma Hotels

Boma Nairobi, Boma Inn Nairobi and Boma Inn Eldoret are owned by Red Court Hotels, a subsidiary of the Kenya Red Cross Society. Managed under Red Court Hotel's homegrown Boma brand until now, Dubai based Aleph Hospitality has been appointed to manage the properties and turn them into profitable assets once again.

The Boma Nairobi is located at South C residential estate, located in the southland area of Nairobi South C which lies next to Wilson Airport.

Welcome to the Boma Inn Nairobi, a 3 star hotel situated at the Kenya Red Cross complex, with proximity to the city and Jomo Kenyatta International and Wilson airport.

The Boma Inn Eldoret is a luxury hotel owned by the Kenya Red Cross. All profits fund the humanitarian programs of the Kenya Red Cross.

2. The Fairmount Norfolk Hotel

The Fairmont Norfolk is a historic hotel in Nairobi, Kenya and is owned by the luxury hotel chain, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. The hotel has 170 rooms.

Nestled in the heart of Central Business District, Fairmont. The Norfolk is an ideal spot from which to discover Nairobi. Situated only 2.3 Km from the city.

3. Ole Sereni Hotel

Ole Sereni is a premium wildlife resort strategically located just off the Mombasa road overlooking the Nairobi National Game Park.

Owned by Placid View Properties, the Ole Sereni is an African themed establishment overlooking the Nairobi National Park.

4. Villa Rosa Kempinski

The Villa Rosa Kempinski Nairobi is located on Chiromo Road, within the commercial centre of Nairobi, 20 kms from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and in close proximity to a number of multi national companies, the United Nations and some very pretty green residential areas.

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