- Lodge type; Hotel
- Location; Nairobi
- Lodge size; 153 rooms
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
- Cultural Crafts and local Markets
- Dance and Theatre
- Nairobi Game Park
- Lang'ata Giraffe Centre
- Karen Butterfly Centre
- Karen Blixen Museum
Idyllically located 5 minutes drive from the CBD, amidst beautifully landscaped gardens in a quiet suburb of Nairobi, Sarova Panafric Hotel offers 153 rooms in a range of standard, superior, club and suites and 42 apartments- all decorated in a contemporary vibrant African style.
This Nairobi Central Hotel is named in honor of the Pan African movement, Sarova Panafric was inaugurated by the first president of Kenya H.E. Mzee Jomo Kenyatta on the 5th January 1965 and truly represents Neo Africa. Enjoy leisurely meals at the lively and warm Flame tree restaurant, once the watering hole for freedom fighters, spies and foreign correspondents and named after the Flame Tree that holds pride of place in the gardens.
The Suites at Sarova Panafric is inspired by different regions and cultures in Africa. All Suites include a sitting room and a spacious bedroom with one ensuite and one guest bathroom. The sitting room is furnished with a four-seater dining table for in-room dining.
Standard rooms have ensuite bathrooms with showers and bathtubs, carpeted flooring and elegant furnishings with views of the city or the swimming pool. There are options for rooms with interconnecting doors. Rooms are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, Wireless Internet Connectivity, 24 hours room service Satellite TV, Direct dial telephone 24 hours room service.
The expansive superior rooms feature spacious bedrooms, ensuite bathrooms and large wardrobes, cool granite tiled floors and richly colored furnishings. All superior rooms have a vantage city view. Rooms are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, Wireless Internet Connectivity, 24 hours room service Satellite TV, Direct dial telephone 24 hours room service.
Guests can enjoy a choice of al-fresco or indoor dining at this award winning restaurant, once the watering hole for freedom fighters, spies and foreign correspondents and named after the Flame Tree that holds pride of place in the middle of the restaurant.
Flame Tree restaurant offers fusion cuisine with influences from Continental and pan-African cuisines. It also serves mouth-watering pizzas prepared in an authentic wood fired oven.
Massage Facilities; Located on the first floor, the massage facilities are manned by trained therapists who can offer a variety of treatments including therapeutic massage, aromatherapy, reflexology and beauty treatments like pedicure and manicure.
Rates on Request
Rates form part of Kenya Safari itinerary
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollar
*Rates may vary according to season
- Includes based on safari package
- Excludes based on safari package