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Hotels in Kenya

Hotels in Kenya

Bag your hotel in Kenya with just £15 deposit

This country has so much to offer with a hotel to suit every budget

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Whatever kind of holiday you fancy Kenya will have something for you

The hottest hotels in Kenya

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The Important Stuff

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Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are English and Swahili.

Currency

Kenyan Shilling

Fun Facts

You can have more than 1 spouse in Kenya.

Local Time

3 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

If you're planning on hiking, enjoying the beach, or searching for Kenya's exotic wildlife, it is best to visit during the drier months between June and October. If you would rather avoid the crowds, you could travel during the rainy season in the spring, although some lodges close during this period. Temperatures can hit 30 °C and higher in the nature reserves, while Nairobi is markedly cooler than other African cities thanks to its high altitude. The coolest months of the year are between May and August.
Many of our hotels are located in Nairobi. A popular neighbourhood in the capital city is the affluent Westlands. It is traditionally Nairobi’s social and entertainment hub. Here you will find plenty of shops to browse at one of the capital’s largest shopping plazas, Sarit Centre. The four-storey building is packed with restaurants and bars, and there are two clubs and a casino.It takes around 40 minutes to drive to the Giraffe Centre in Langata and Nairobi National Park from Westlands. At the latter you can experience wildlife in open grass plains with the city’s skyscrapers as a backdrop.Choose a hotel in Lamu if you want to immerse yourself in the heritage of the many years of trade between Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Take a stroll along one of the island’s deserted beaches for a peaceful, romantic experience perfect for couples.On the east lies the popular Shela Beach. There are 12 kilometres of unspoilt soft sand beach to be explored. Follow the waters edge from Lamu town and it should take around 20 minutes to walk. Or you can hire a water taxi from one of the locals. These are the only means of transport -unless you want to ride a donkey- as there are no roads or cards on Lamu island. By choosing a hotel in Lamu you will be near Lamu Fort. It was built in the early 1800s for the protection of soldiers and was later used as a prison during the British colonial period. The fortress is now home to a museum and library holding one of the most established Swahili poetry collections.

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