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Kenya

Eka Hotel

PLAN MY TRIP

Ideally located along Mombasa road in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, the Eka Hotel provides comfortable and stylish accommodations for both leisure and business travelers.

A contemporary hotel with 170 rooms, accommodations consist of 161 superior rooms, four junior suites, and three executive suites plus two rooms reserved for guests with special needs. The superior rooms and junior suites have attached bathrooms with a rain shower. Both rooms feature LCD flat screen T.V.s, complimentary Wi-Fi, in-room safety deposit box, coffee-maker, personal mini-bar, hairdryers, and an ironing board. The junior and executive suites include king beds. The executive suite also has a bathroom with a bath and rain shower, as well as a separate sitting room with a work area.

The Eka Hotel is conveniently located a few minutes away from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, three miles from Wilson Airport, and three miles from the central business district. Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, is a modern and multi-ethnic metropolis and home to more than four million people. Once a swamp area, the word Nairobi means cool waters in Maasai, it became the capital of the British East Africa Protectorate. Now it’s a cosmopolitan and culturally vibrant city and boasts many theaters, concerts, and fine dining as well as plenty of clubs, casinos, coffee shops and malls to keep the global traveler entertained.

Just outside the city is Nairobi National Park home to large herds of zebra, wildebeest, buffalo, giraffe, lion, cheetah, hippo, rhino, and over 400 species of bird life. Visitors can go on the Nairobi Safari Walk, an educational center to make people aware of wildlife and habitat conservation. A trip to visit the Karen Blixen Museum, the Kenyan home of the baroness and Danish author of Out of Africa is a must. The Giraffe Center in Langata is a sanctuary for the local Rothschild giraffe where visitors can feed the giraffes from a raised observation platform. For those more into adorable pachyderms, Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephant Orphanage lets people adopt a baby elephant. In additon, a trip to Anselm Kitengela Hot Glass is where craftsmen blow glass in the dome-shaped foundry building.

The hotel provides a selection of culinary treats between its two restaurants and two bars. The Galaxy Restaurant overlooking the pool features a well-selected breakfast buffet and a la carte snacking options throughout the day. The Galaxy Bar has a wide array of cocktails, wine, liquors, and other beverages as well as tasty appetizers to enjoy with a drink. Internationally acclaimed, the Spur Restaurant is known for its succulent steaks, delicious hamburgers, mouthwatering carveries, tasty chicken, seafood, salads and vegetarian meals. A refreshing pool sits amid lush gardens. The hotel also offers a gym, laundry and valet services, and babysitting.

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Kenya

Eka Hotel

PLAN MY TRIP

Ideally located along Mombasa road in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, the Eka Hotel provides comfortable and stylish accommodations for both leisure and business travelers.

A contemporary hotel with 170 rooms, accommodations consist of 161 superior rooms, four junior suites, and three executive suites plus two rooms reserved for guests with special needs. The superior rooms and junior suites have attached bathrooms with a rain shower. Both rooms feature LCD flat screen T.V.s, complimentary Wi-Fi, in-room safety deposit box, coffee-maker, personal mini-bar, hairdryers, and an ironing board. The junior and executive suites include king beds. The executive suite also has a bathroom with a bath and rain shower, as well as a separate sitting room with a work area.

The Eka Hotel is conveniently located a few minutes away from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, three miles from Wilson Airport, and three miles from the central business district. Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, is a modern and multi-ethnic metropolis and home to more than four million people. Once a swamp area, the word Nairobi means cool waters in Maasai, it became the capital of the British East Africa Protectorate. Now it’s a cosmopolitan and culturally vibrant city and boasts many theaters, concerts, and fine dining as well as plenty of clubs, casinos, coffee shops and malls to keep the global traveler entertained.

Just outside the city is Nairobi National Park home to large herds of zebra, wildebeest, buffalo, giraffe, lion, cheetah, hippo, rhino, and over 400 species of bird life. Visitors can go on the Nairobi Safari Walk, an educational center to make people aware of wildlife and habitat conservation. A trip to visit the Karen Blixen Museum, the Kenyan home of the baroness and Danish author of Out of Africa is a must. The Giraffe Center in Langata is a sanctuary for the local Rothschild giraffe where visitors can feed the giraffes from a raised observation platform. For those more into adorable pachyderms, Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephant Orphanage lets people adopt a baby elephant. In additon, a trip to Anselm Kitengela Hot Glass is where craftsmen blow glass in the dome-shaped foundry building.

The hotel provides a selection of culinary treats between its two restaurants and two bars. The Galaxy Restaurant overlooking the pool features a well-selected breakfast buffet and a la carte snacking options throughout the day. The Galaxy Bar has a wide array of cocktails, wine, liquors, and other beverages as well as tasty appetizers to enjoy with a drink. Internationally acclaimed, the Spur Restaurant is known for its succulent steaks, delicious hamburgers, mouthwatering carveries, tasty chicken, seafood, salads and vegetarian meals. A refreshing pool sits amid lush gardens. The hotel also offers a gym, laundry and valet services, and babysitting.