Sarova Stanley Hotel is one of the first modern luxury hotels in the city, established in 1902 when Nairobi was a railway point. Since then, the Stanley Hotel has been known as the traditional meeting place for those going on safari in Kenya. It has played host to royalty, politicians, movie stars, and authors. It is still used for national business conferences and tourism concerns. WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
Each room in the hotel is designed with an outdoor or atrium view, air-conditioning, a satellite TV, tea/coffee facilities and a private bath and shower. Most of the suites have a private dressing area with spacious wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath.Guest booking Club Room & Suites will have access to the Club Lounge.
Sarova Stanley offers a mix of dining options. Its on-site restaurant is decorated in traditional Thai design and serves authentic Thai cuisine. The bar is the perfect place to enjoy chilled drinks and cocktails as well as a variety of snacks. There is also an open-air, bistro style cafe which has a deli counter and serves pizzas from a wood-fired oven, fresh juices and beers. 1902 Club Lounge has recently been opened at the hotel which offers, a dedicated lounge Concierge who can assist you while at the lounge,daily complimentary Chef’s selection buffet breakfast,business center services among other details.
Sarova Stanley Hotel Nairobi features a suspended open-air heated swimming pool on the fifth floor, a health club with a gymnasium, an aerobics studio and a sauna room. The hotel can also arrange for guests to go on a Heritage Walk around the hotel to view some of the oldest and historical buildings in the area.
Sarova Stanley features 9 fully equipped meeting and conference rooms with audio-visual equipment and secretarial assistance available. On-site parking is available. The hotel’s attentive staff can also arrange for laundry and dry cleaning services.
Sarova Stanley is close to many tourist attractions in Nairobi including the Giraffe Centre, Karen Blixen Museum, Nairobi National Park and the Maasai Market.