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Kenya

Ole Sereni Hotel

PLAN MY TRIP

Overlooking the wide-open grass plains, acacia bush, and a host of wildlife; 5-star Ole Sereni Hotel provides luxury accommodations and unique views of Nairobi.

The hotel has a variety of comfortable rooms to choose from. Fifty-eight city facing rooms offer dark wood furnishings, crisp linens, and come well-equipped with private shower, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, wireless internet, enhanced work desk lighting, air-conditioning, LCD flat screen TV, and mini-bar. The hotel’s forty-eight Deluxe Rooms overlook Nairobi National Park and include an upgrade in the en-suite bath to a shower and bathtub combination. Twenty-six light and airy Club Rooms overlook the city or the park but also include a charming French-style balcony. For the ultimate experience, Ole Sereni’s spacious suites come complete with a living room, a separate bedroom, modern décor, panoramic park views, a four-poster bed, conference table, a private guest bath, a jacuzzi tub, and more.

The hotel is ideally located near Nairobi National Park, Kenya’s oldest national park which is world-renowned for its rhinoceros sanctuaries. It’s the perfect spot to view an endangered black rhino in its natural habitat. In addition to its impressive rhino population, the park is also frequented by African buffalo, baboon, leopard, lion, Thomson’s gazelle, eland, impala, giraffe, zebra, cheetah, hippo, waterbuck, and more. Over 500 bird species abound, including ostrich and vulture.

Other activities include a trip to visit the Karen Blixen Museum, the Kenyan home of the baroness and Danish author of Out of Africa. The Giraffe Center in Langata is a sanctuary for the local Rothschild giraffes. For those more into adorable pachyderms, Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephant Orphanage lets people adopt a baby elephant. Going further afield, guests can book trips to Amboseli National Park, Aberdare National Park, and Lake Nakuru National Park.

The hotel is celebrated for its fine dining restaurants and bars. The Big Five Restaurant has a 300-foot veranda so guests can eat delicious dishes al fresco while watching the wildlife at Nairobi National Park forage for their own meals. The Waterhole Snack Bar serves up lighter fare and is the ideal spot for a sundowner. While the Eagle’s Steak House is one of the city’s most exclusive restaurants and is known for its aged steaks and fresh seafood. For burning off some of those delicious calories, the hotel has a state-of-the-art Duma Health Club. For a more relaxing experience, there is a refreshing pool as well as a steam room, sauna, and massage facilities. The spa and salon provide a range of pampering services.

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Kenya

Ole Sereni Hotel

PLAN MY TRIP

Overlooking the wide-open grass plains, acacia bush, and a host of wildlife; 5-star Ole Sereni Hotel provides luxury accommodations and unique views of Nairobi.

The hotel has a variety of comfortable rooms to choose from. Fifty-eight city facing rooms offer dark wood furnishings, crisp linens, and come well-equipped with private shower, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, wireless internet, enhanced work desk lighting, air-conditioning, LCD flat screen TV, and mini-bar. The hotel’s forty-eight Deluxe Rooms overlook Nairobi National Park and include an upgrade in the en-suite bath to a shower and bathtub combination. Twenty-six light and airy Club Rooms overlook the city or the park but also include a charming French-style balcony. For the ultimate experience, Ole Sereni’s spacious suites come complete with a living room, a separate bedroom, modern décor, panoramic park views, a four-poster bed, conference table, a private guest bath, a jacuzzi tub, and more.

The hotel is ideally located near Nairobi National Park, Kenya’s oldest national park which is world-renowned for its rhinoceros sanctuaries. It’s the perfect spot to view an endangered black rhino in its natural habitat. In addition to its impressive rhino population, the park is also frequented by African buffalo, baboon, leopard, lion, Thomson’s gazelle, eland, impala, giraffe, zebra, cheetah, hippo, waterbuck, and more. Over 500 bird species abound, including ostrich and vulture.

Other activities include a trip to visit the Karen Blixen Museum, the Kenyan home of the baroness and Danish author of Out of Africa. The Giraffe Center in Langata is a sanctuary for the local Rothschild giraffes. For those more into adorable pachyderms, Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephant Orphanage lets people adopt a baby elephant. Going further afield, guests can book trips to Amboseli National Park, Aberdare National Park, and Lake Nakuru National Park.

The hotel is celebrated for its fine dining restaurants and bars. The Big Five Restaurant has a 300-foot veranda so guests can eat delicious dishes al fresco while watching the wildlife at Nairobi National Park forage for their own meals. The Waterhole Snack Bar serves up lighter fare and is the ideal spot for a sundowner. While the Eagle’s Steak House is one of the city’s most exclusive restaurants and is known for its aged steaks and fresh seafood. For burning off some of those delicious calories, the hotel has a state-of-the-art Duma Health Club. For a more relaxing experience, there is a refreshing pool as well as a steam room, sauna, and massage facilities. The spa and salon provide a range of pampering services.