Godial's Bed and Breakfast Nairobi

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We stayed at Godial’s Bed and Breakfast in Nairobi City Kenya after an overland tour (i.e. needed somewhere comfortable and relaxing) - and we enjoyed it for what it was.

The staff was friendly, the place was clean and it was close to restaurants and malls.

The bar was good, and breakfast was delicious. The place was great value for money, in expensive Nairobi (relative to other African cities). The staff organised a driver for us to visit the local attractions, which was nice but quite pricey.

They also organised for us to visit a pool of another hotel, but it was $10 each to enter the pool, plus the cost of the driver, so not a cheap afternoon out.

The 'Ya Ya centre' mall which has everything you need is a 10 minute walk.

They had some cable TV and the bed was huge but quite hard, and the room very small.

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There were restaurants within walking distance for dinner time and you can get dinner there too but it wasn't that cheap for what it was (although very convenient for us weary travellers).

Oh and the gardens were small, but lovely to enjoy a glass of wine in, and the security was excellent.

There was free wi-fi which was great after a month-long holiday.

I would recommend to stay here if you are looking for somewhere quiet and have a little extra cash to spend on some small luxuries (i.e. restaurants, wine, drivers).

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