Nairobi Parkside Hotel

You are Here: › Parkside Hotel

I stayed at Parkside Hotel Nairobi during a recent visit to Nairobi, Kenya I traveled solo and felt safe at this hotel. 

The hotel doesn't have a restaurant or computer room. I went across the street to Kenya Comfort hotel to use their computer which they charge by minute.

The room had a mosquito net for each bed. Which I found to be common at all the hotels I stayed at during my visit.

Other Holiday Hotels and Lodges 

Hogmead › | Casa Bella Suites › | The Emakoko › | Ngong House › | Woodmere Serviced Apartments › | Swara Plains Acacia Camp › | The King Post › | Olumara Tented Camp › | Wasini Luxury Homes › | Malewa Wildlife Lodge › | Delta Dunes Lodge › | Malu › | Ol-moran Tented Camp › | Upper Hill Campsite › | Masai Lodge › | Oak Place Conference & Training Centre › | Reata Serviced Apartments › | Kimana Camp › | Whistling Thorns › | Natural Oak Apartments › | Terminal Hotel › | China Garden Hotel and Apartments › | Mokoyeti Resort › | The Gables › |

Ken's Place › | Sandton Palace Hotel › | Eldon Villas Limited › | Milimani Backpackers & Safari Centre › | Batian's Peak Serviced Apartments › | Hillpark Hotel › | Karen Camp › | Osoita Lodge › | New Kenya Lodge › |

I found the room to be clean and comfortable for the money. The room was very basic. I just needed a safe place to sleep and shower. .

Kenya Comfort Hotel is across the street and their rates are $20.00 plus higher. I paid with U.S. dollars and was able to save $15.00. Otherwise, they are basically the same hotel.

The only real difference between the two is the fact that Kenya Comfort has an elevator and a computer lab. I would definitely stay at this hotel again.

The location is great: central, secure, pleasant garden in front of hotel; nearby there are many cafes and shops and Nakumat supermarket 5 min walk away.

Our room was spacious (with two beds) and clean. The water in the shower was not very hot but maybe I did not manage to fix it properly. There is no breakfast, so we went to a cafe in the area, which was no problem at all. The staff seemed nice to me; the receptionist let us use her mobile phone to call our agent to inform that we changed the hotel; overall they were helpful.

For budget travellers I would definitely recommend this hotel.

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