Nairobi Hillpark Hotel

You are Here: › Hillpark Hotel

I stayed at Hillpark Hotel Nairobi with a colleague as we were not willing to pay exorbitant amounts to stay in substandard hotels in the center of town.

The reception area left us a little frazzled as there were many people checking in and checking out on the rainy evening we arrived.

Other Holiday Hotels and Lodges 

Nairobi Tented Camp › | Miti Mingi Guest House › | African Heritage House › | Shalom House › | Sandavy Guest House › | The 140 › | Karibu Home › | Wildebeest Camp › | Hibiscus Guest House › | Kifaru House › | Mennonite Guesthouse › | Eden Gardens › | Bush House Guesthouse Kenya › | Gracehouse Resort › | Delta Hotel › | Gigiri Homestead › | Godial's Bed & Breakfast › | Karina Guest House › | Mayfield Guest House › | Nairobi Airport Stop Over House › | Mirema Serviced Apartments › | Sirona Hotel Nairobi › | Aero Club of East Africa › | YMCA Nairobi (Central Branch) › | Mvuli House › | Rolf's Place › | ELIA Bed & Breakfast › | Leopard Cliff Mansion › | Kahama Hotel Nairobi › | Methodist Guest House › | Paris Hotel › | 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 › |

However, once we were checked in and stepped into the hotel building we were pleasantly surprised. Quiet, clean, and better than we expected. My room was clean, warm, cosy, and I had piping hot water and clean sheets - perfect!

If there was a problem, if we mentioned it to the staff they were quick to accommodate us. Breakfast wasn't too great, and we didn't eat there for lunch and dinner.

However, the garden area by the restaurant, in the peaceful neighborhood and with the gorgeous jacarandas made for a pleasant setting, perfect to sit with one's laptop and a cup of tea (or a glass of wine) if one wanted.

Luckily by the time the health-buffs in the gym got going in the morning I was already awake, otherwise the loud electronic beats would have woken me right up at 6:45am or so.

And we were close enough to where we needed to be (right downtown) that it only ever took us about 10 minutes to get there on time.

The taxis at the hotels charged us some of the fairest prices of all the taxis we took... The taxi drivers were honest, courteous, and polite.

I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is in Nairobi on business and will only be spending time in the hotel to sleep. With a few changes, this place could easily become a hidden gem, for their prices, service, and location.

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

Recent Articles

  1. Garam Masala Appetizers ,How to Make Garam Masala,Kenya Cuisines

    Sep 21, 14 03:38 PM

    Garam Masala Appetizers are originally Indian food but of recent, many Kenyans use it. Therefore, on this site, we will guide you on how to make it easily.

    Read More

  2. The Details of the Baruuli-Banyara People and their Culture in Uganda

    Sep 03, 14 12:32 AM

    The Baruuli-Banyala are a people of Central Uganda who generally live near the Nile River-Lake Kyoga basin.

    Read More

  3. Guide to Nubi People and their Culture in Kenya and Uganda

    Sep 03, 14 12:24 AM

    The Nubians consist of seven non-Arab Muslim tribes which originated in the Nubia region, an area between Aswan in southern

    Read More