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I totally loved the experience at the Nairobi Transit Hotel.

Rachael the receptionist was very good and friendly.

The ambience is good, room was clean and the sheets as well. Breakfast was good.

My client and I stayed here for 4 nights. It was our first trip to Nairobi, and we were unsure about the safety and area.

When we arrived the receptions staff was very helpful and kind. Our room was nice and clean and we had a balcony.

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The hotel is a short distance from the city center so we were away from a lot of the noise which was nice.

Ambrose the hotel Manager was incredibly helpful. He helped us with tours, taxi, and was able to get my client ATM card back from a Barclays when it was taken by the machine!

I would definately recommend this hotel. There is also a restaurant and bar which is good for a quick inexpensive meal.

There is also Wifi in the rooms, which are cleaned every day. Overall this was one of the best hotels we stayed at on our trip.

The staff was excellent! -Elisa and Ryan

The room was clean and had everything I needed. Breakfast was very nice and served by friendly and helpful waiters.

Service is definitely high on the priority list at the NTH!

I would go back without thinking twice!

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