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I stayed in Progressive Park hotel Nairobi Kenya for 3 days. The hotel services are really good in a nice location.

Shopping mall, varieties of restaurants including Muslim food, taxi stand, mosque : all are within short distance from the hotel.

They have allowed me early check in with complimentary breakfast, which is absolutely beyond my expectations.

Just seeing the photos of Progressive Park Hotel make us feel at home. We always stay here on rest & recuperation and transit in Nairobi.

An apartment-type hotel with a kitchen, a separate bed room and free access to a well-equipped gym for a fixed price regardless of the number of occupants (up to a limit) makes it very attractive in terms of convenience and value for money.

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Located just a few minutes away from the Westgate shopping mall and within walking distance to the Furusato Japanese restaurant and other shopping malls, the hotel helps us save taxi expenses, too.

I was very apprehensive, initially, but the location is superb. Well connected and surrounded by the business district. A 24Hr huge store (wouldn't call it a mall) right opposite and West Gate mall another 300 meters down the lane.

The lodging is quite comfortable. You get a sitting area with ample seating arrangement and a bedroom complete with a wardrobe and a locker.

Bed was pretty comfortable although air-conditioning is missed. Would have liked to see an attached bath but no complaints on that.

Quality wise, I got fresh linen every day, enough fresh towels in the bath and the room was cleaned everyday and smelled fresh.

Staff is amazing and always around to help you. All in all, a good option to stay if you are on a budget business travel.

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