Nairobi Hibiscus Guest House

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I stayed at Hibiscus Guest House in Nairobi City Kenya for about 2 and a half weeks during a business trip to Nairobi, and it suited my needs perfectly. The wi-fi at Hibiscus is great and you have free access to it anywhere inside the house.

Breakfast is fantastic, with some combination of eggs, sausage, pancakes and fresh fruit, usually served, as well as tea , coffee, etc.

For meals, there's a great restaurant called Katanazi right across the street (the back patio is nicest) or even better, get Sos, the chef, to cook for you.

He made dinner for me almost every night and it was delicious, butternut squash soup, beans and rice, chicken and was all very good.

The best part about Hibiscus really is the staff, they are so devoted to their jobs and always happy to help any way they can.

Over the course of my time at Hibiscus, I have come and gone a bit, so I've stayed in 3 different rooms.

Other Holiday Hotels and Lodges 

ACK Guest House › | Lukenya Getaway › | Mdawida Homestay › | Ngong View Apartment › | Tara Suites › | Biblica Guest House › | Ole Dume Serviced Apartments › | Loresho House › | Ridgeway Gables › | Shanema Homes › | Sochati House › | Chester House Apartments › | Rusam Villa Guest House › | Glory Royal Suite Hotel › | Angaza Guest House › |

I thought all of them were great. The rooms are clean and well maintained, and I felt perfectly at home in each of them.

Each of the staff members has been lovely to meet.

On this trip alone, I've stayed in 4 different hotels throughout Kenya (Nairobi and Western Province) and I can honestly say that Hibiscus has been the nicest experience of all of them, and I would recommend it to anyone wanted a clean room and great quality at an affordable price.

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