By Ogova Ondego
Published November 4, 2017
Located near Nairobi National Park, Wilson Airport and the 28.6 kilometre Southern Bypass that connects Nairobi’s Mombasa Highway to Kisumu-Mombasa Road at Kikuyu in central Kenya, Tamarind Tree Hotel Nairobi is adjacent to Carnivore Restaurant on Lang’ata Road, some five kilometres from the Nairobi Central Business District.
The new hotel is an additional recreational infrastructure in Karengata that is home to some of the most popular shopping malls and restaurants in Kenya.
Tamarind Group, the owners of the new hotel, say Tamarind Tree Hotel Nairobi not only “offers easy access to all parts of the city, its national park, as well as to the country’s many diverse attractions via the neighbouring Wilson Airport and Southern Bypass” but that its “world-class amenities will ensure … meetings are effortless and successful, whilst our outstanding leisure facilities and genuine service ensures that all our guests experience the very best of Tamarind hospitality.”
Consequently, the 162-room Tamarind Tree Hotel says it has a limited offer of US$150 for bed and breakfast in November and December 2017.
The owners say Tamarind Tree Hotel Nairobi is an “excellent value for money” as it is “perfectly situated between Nairobi’s two airports and only four kilometres from the city centre.”