Have you ever wondered which hotels in the city of Nairobi, Kenya are the best and and most exquisite? Well we share with you today our list of top 10 hotels in Nairobi Kenya. You will see below they were ranked according to their luxuriousness and amazing pictures attached alongside. Don’t forget these hotels aren’t just the best in Nairobi but among the top hotels in Kenya generally.

These Are The Best Hotels In Nairobi

1. Hemingways Nairobi Hotel

The Hemingways Nairobi is one vacation destination is one of the country’s best kept secrets. An all-suite property providing full butler service, gourmet restaurant, a brasserie and a bar, it is perfectly placed for trips to Nairobi National Park and the capital.

A one-night stay here costs in the high six figures – 220,000 KES to be specific.

2. Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel

Offering the perfect fusion of European Luxury and Kenyan hospitality, Villa Rosa Kempinski is uniquely positioned between city and country – a unique destination of iconic architecture where guests can spend part of the day climbing corporate ladders and the rest of the time are free to luxuriate in relaxing surroundings.

The most expensive suite at this former royal residence can cost upwards of 42,000 KES per night.

3. Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel

The Fairmont Mara Safari Club is a luxury tented resort in Kenya. It is bordered by the infamous Masai Mara,referred to as the ‘New Wonder of the World ‘. It features a safari, a restaurant, a spa, Free WiFi, a library, a swimming pool with a bar. Visitors who come to this resort would find peace and serenity in abundance, plus they would be afforded the opportunity to visit the famous Masai Mara wildlife reserves and enjoy the great sight of cheetahs, gazzelles, zebras and even the wildebeests migration.

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4. Villa Rosa Kempinski hotel

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Offering the perfect fusion of European Luxury and Kenyan hospitality, Villa Rosa Kempinski is uniquely positioned between city and country – a unique destination of iconic architecture where guests can spend part of the day climbing corporate ladders and the rest of the time are free to luxuriate in relaxing surroundings.

The most expensive suite at this former royal residence can cost upwards of 42,000 KES per night.

5. Tribe Hotel

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The top pick for those in search of contemporary loft-style accommodation, 5-star Tribe Hotel channels the best of African chic. It is located in a safe area of northern central Nairobi, in the Village Market – the enclosed shopping center that hosts the famous weekly Maasai market. Expect sleek lines, airy open spaces and an abundance of magnificent tribal crafts. The heart of the hotel is the library, while the rooftop terrace includes a cocktail bar and a restaurant serving the finest modern cuisine. Other highlights range from the heated pool to the Kaya Spa, while business travelers benefit from six on-site meeting rooms. The uniquely decorated rooms (137 in total), offer free WiFi, wooden floors, a bathtub and 300-thread-count sheets. Rates start at around $220 pp/ pn.

6. Macushla House

Also located in Karen, Macushla House is a friendly, comfortable option set within a lovely garden. The on-site restaurant serves fresh, home-cooked food, while the garden swimming pool is the perfect setting for afternoon cocktails. Throughout the grounds, you’ll find peaceful places to sit and reflect, or keep an eye out for Kenya’s exotic birdlife. The tranquility of life at Macushla makes it a popular choice for couples and young families. There are just six rooms, including single, double and triple floorplans, each with unique decor and inspiring views of the pool or the garden. Amenities for business travelers include a study and conference room. Bed and breakfast rates start at $145 pp/ pn, while half and full board options are available for an additional $35/ $75 pp respectively.

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7. House of Waine

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The House of Waine is a luxury boutique hotel situated on a beautifully landscaped plot of land in upscale Karen. Here, the elegance of the colonial era meets the comfort and convenience of the 21st century. All 11 rooms are individually decorated with decadent fabrics, and offer marble bathrooms, air-conditioning and complimentary WiFi. There are conference facilities on site, as well as a pristine pool and a restaurant serving freshly prepared food and baked goods. Designed to feel more like a grand home than a hotel, personal service and attention are highly valued at the House of Waine. Best of all, you’re far from the hustle and bustle of central Nairobi, but still conveniently close to top attractions like the Karen Blixen Museum and Marula Studios. Rates start at $420 pp/ pn and include breakfast.

8. Eka Hotel

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Stylish and contemporary, Eka Hotel is a 30-minute drive from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and just 15 minutes from Wilson Airport. As a result, it’s an especially convenient, safe pick for travelers passing through the city in transit. There are 169 air-conditioned rooms to choose from, all with WiFi, cable TV and a king-size bed. All guests have exclusive access to the hotel gym and swimming pool, while the ground floor Galaxy Restaurant features a live show kitchen and an atmospheric outdoor terrace. If you’re traveling on business, consider making the most of the hotel’s multi-purpose conference facilities. Other hotel highlights include a bar, laundry services and complimentary parking (perfect for those planning a self-drive trip around Kenya). Rates start at $153 pp/ pn.

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9. Fairview Hotel

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Part of the City Lodge Hotel Group, the 4-star Fairview Hotel is conveniently located in the center of Nairobi, offering tourists and business travelers the convenience of being close to the capital’s shops, offices and attractions. Renowned for the quality of its service, the Fairview boasts 127 rooms set amidst beautifully landscaped grounds. Standard in-room amenities include en suite bathrooms, electronic safes, cable TV and WiFi. There are four restaurants to choose from, and at the end of a busy day, you can order a drink from the sundowner bar and enjoy a quiet moment beneath the jacaranda trees at the edge of the swimming pool. If you’re planning a longer stay, check out the hotel’s modern apartments. Rates start from approximately $180 pp/ pn.

10. Giraffe Manor

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Located 20 kilometers from the city center in the suburb of Lang’ata, the Giraffe Manor sits on 12 acres of land with great views of the Ngong Hills. It offers a truly unique boutique experience, thanks to its partnership with Nairobi’s Giraffe Centre. The center’s rehabilitated Rothschild’s giraffes wander the grounds of the manor, and frequently join guests for breakfast by poking their heads inquisitively through the dining room windows. The manor itself dates back to the 1930s, and has been converted into an intimate, upscale hotel with 12 double rooms decorated in colonial style. Besides the resident herd of Rothschild’s giraffe, you can also spot warthog and bushbuck roaming free through the grounds. Room rates are inclusive of all meals and airport transfers and start at $550 pp/ pn.