Radisson Blu new hotel near the Nairobi Arboretum is stunning and offers more

Radisson Blu new hotel near the Nairobi Arboretum is stunning and offers more

Radisson Blu has opened its third property in Nairobi, which is also its first residence or extended stay facility in Kenya.

The Radisson Blu Hotel and Residence overlooks the leafy Nairobi Arboretum just a few minutes away from the central business district.

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“The residence is the first internationally branded extended stay product in the city and complements our other properties in Nairobi: Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi Upperhill and Park Inn by Radisson Nairobi Westlands,” said Tim Cordon, Radisson’s Senior Area Vice President for the Middle East and Africa.

Features of the new property include air-conditioned rooms, underground parking, 500 sqm of meetings and events space, free WiFi, steam rooms, spa, sauna, gym and swimming pool.

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As guest enjoy a 24-hour room service, they can relax on their balconies to have a fantastic view of the Arboretum or the pool just below.

All-day restaurants dubbed Firelake and café Arborista offer food and drink while guests can either lounge at the Lounge Bar or poolside bar.

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“We are delighted to welcome our guests to our eco-friendly hotel, tucked away in a leafy forest area, just a few minutes away from the business demand generators and city centre,” said Gerard Moutou, General Manager of the Radisson Blu Hotel and Residence, Nairobi Arboretum.

Mr Cordon reckons that Nairobi is large enough to offer multiple Radisson Blu Group Hotels and residences.

The Nairobi Arboretum is a popular destination for walks and picnics, the offering a refreshing retreat away from the urban frenzy.

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