Red Court Hotel

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We had two nights in Red Court hotel Nairobi and the staff could not be friendlier.

Good service and food, although the buffet style could get boring if you were staying for more then a few days.

Rooms were good and clean.

The rack rate is quite high so make sure you book in advance through your tour operator to get the best deal

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Rooms: 60, standard and suites. Standard rooms are en-suite and have an abundance of furniture.

Restaurant: good usual choice of food.

The very good news about this hotel is that the restaurant remains open until midnight – excellent for travellers arriving late into Nairobi.

Breakfast was very good – usual cereals and full English etc.

Facilities: Garden Bar. Business Centre (no tower unit PC – you have to take your own laptop), fitness suite and very good conference facilities.

The hotel boasts free wifi.

However, unless you have a laptop with you, you cannot utilise this facility as they do not have PC’s available for guests to use.

Overall, this is a quite well appointed hotel in a good location from the airport (around a 30 minute drive).

However, it is mainly for the business client rather than the holidaying client.

The room prices are a little on the expensive side for holiday clientele. Grounds are pleasant and the staff is very knowledgeable of the local area and helpful.

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