La Belle Inn

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We stayed here for one night at La Belle Inn Naivasha.

The staff were very nice and tried hard to please.

Service was quick, and we ate a nice dinner of pasta, fish, and chips.

The hotel gave our visitors an entire 2 floor suite - 2 bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, and a living room downstairs.

One night there cost about $80 for the family, including breakfast.

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There was plenty of space in the rooms, and decent beds and nets. My main complaint is that everything was dusty.

Also, there was no trash can, so we had to pile our trash into a corner, which added to the dirty look.

The hotel overall is falling apart, which is sad, because it must've been beautiful in its day. It's a decent stopover with good food and great service. Overall, I would recommend it.

Come and Try the cheapest accommodation rates at La Belle Inn. Located opposite the railway station in Naivasha, is a historical country inn, built in 1926 as a stop-over for travelers en route to the farming regions of Kenya rift valley.

Only an hour’s drive from Nairobi, the hotel is now a popular stop-over for travelers to the Western region of Nakuru and Kisumu as well as for local residents.

The hotel has 10 standard, self contained double rooms with bath and shower, offering comfortable accommodation especially for small groups and individual travelers.

There is a 30-seat dining room offering both local and Continental cuisine. Snacks and take-away meals also available. The main Happy Valley bar has live music on Fridays and Saturdays.

The second bar has international TV and radio.La Belle is only a 10-minute drive from Lake Naivasha with its teeming birdlife.

Other famous national parks, including Hell’s Gate, where visitors can cycle, are within easy reach. Activities include game drives, sport fishing and canoeing.

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