First hotel in Kenya for Mövenpick

New property opens in Nairobi with 276 rooms, conference facilities and a revolving restaurant.

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has made its debut in Kenya with the opening of Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Nairobi.  

The new hotel and conference facility is located in the thriving commercial, retail and entertainment hub, Westlands, close to the city centre, diplomatic districts and 12 miles from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. 

The upscale property features 276 spacious rooms, suites and residences and introduces new exciting dining, leisure and events opportunities to the Kenyan capital, including a revolving restaurant.

For events from business meetings, conferences and exhibitions, to product launches, banquets and other social functions, the hotel offers 14 venues with natural daylight and high ceilings.

Facilities include the elegant 710sqm Almasi ballroom with a stage and ability to convert into two enclosed sections and the pillar-less Hall of Africa with space to host up to 1,100 guests in theatre style.

 

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