Nairobi Lukenya Getaway Hotel

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Lukenya Getaway in Nairobi City Kenya is located away from all the noisy inconveniences like traffic and crowds.

Natural environment and perfect for a quiet weekend away. Truly a "getaway" Worth visiting again! And again!

It's a long way from Nairobi and anything else so be sure you are happy just staying on site!

Good place for a work retreat or workshop where you want to spend the whole time together.

I have been here 3 times for tourism work conferences and it's a lovely location, nice rooms spread across the grounds - lots of...

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The hotel has a large estate with a few blocks and some cottages in the shape of Maasai tent. Check in was swift.

The room was very spacious, though the bathroom was a bit small and washbasin tended to overflow. The rooms has TV, balcony that overlooks nice garden and the plain beyond. It was comfortable.

The hotel swimming pool that overlook the Athi Plains. It was possible to see giraffes roaming the wilderness from the swimming pool or from the conference rooms.

At the back of hotel, there were some lookup towers and a nice garden.

One can see different types of birds such as the sacred iblis, storks, lesser kestrels etc. A good time to do so is early in the morning.

I spent a few afternoon roaming around the Athi plains-- the hotel provided a free guide. There are plenty of giraffes, wildebeest, and antelopes to see, 10 minutes walk away from the hotel.

There is a restaurant and a poolside bar. The hotel did arrange for us a BBQ dinner way out in the plain accompanied by log fire and the Maasai dance -- that was memorable.

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