Kenya Comfort Hotel is a two-star budget property located in the heart of Nairobi. We provide guests with an affordable getaway in the vibrant downtown district.
In the best location, within the City Centre, Kenya Comfort Hotel offers a selection of 91 rooms ranging from spacious superior to compact standard and budget rooms.
At the hotel, we pride ourselves on cleanliness and a unique experience for all our guests.
Come experience Kenyan hospitality!
Kenya Comfort Hotel Suites is a three-star hotel located at the Junction of Jakaya Kikwete and Ralph Bunche Road in the bustling Milimani Suburb of Nairobi.
Kenya Comfort Suites offers 42 standard rooms and 17 superior suites. For the guests who wish to stay longer or cook on their own, KCS offers 25 studio apartments equipped with kitchenettes. The hotel also has 12 spacious one bedroom, air conditioned apartments with a separate lounge and kitchen. All rooms and apartments are equipped with a LCD TVs.
Kenya Comfort Suites offers a wide range of conferencing facilities. Beat the weather and swim in our heated pool, enjoy continental and traditional cuisines at Sokoni Restaurant or visit Ikulu Lounge to enjoy the finest drinks.
Come experience Kenyan hospitality!
Nairobi, the city under the sun, is one of Africa’s most vibrant cities. Nairobi is unique with residents from across the globe, activities and excursions for the whole family, and nightlife powered by both Kenyan and internationally recognized artists.
Kenyatta International Convention Centre
Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) is located on Harambee Avenue and is renowned as a venue for conferences, meetings and exhibitions. KICC is the largest Convention centre in Eastern Africa with the capacity to hold a large number of delegates and was built in 1974 with 28 floors. There is a Tower View Fee and guests can access the tower to have a stunning view of the Nairobi Skyline.
Nairobi National Museum
: The Nairobi National museum allows visitors to explore the country’s rich heritage. The museum is built to showcase four distinct themes representing Kenya's Culture, Nature, History and Contemporary Art and is regarded as one of the finest in the nation. The museum also offers visitors a unique dining experience and is located at the Museum Hill.
Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National Park was established in 1946 and was the first national park in Kenya. Located 7km from the city center, it covers 117 square km and is home to a wide range of species despite its small size. The wide open grass plains and scattered bush offers picnic sites, three campsites and walking trails for hikers.
African Fund for Endangered Wildlife
Giraffe Center: Located 40 minutes from Nairobi's City Centre, the Giraffe Center was established by a non-profit organization to save the Rothschild subspecies of the giraffe found only in the grasslands of East Africa.
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Elephant Orphanage is located in Nairobi National Park, Kenya and is open to the public for one hour every day. Founded by Dame Daphne Sheldrick, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust operates the world’s most successful orphan elephant rescue and rehabilitation program; and, is one of the pioneering conservation organisations for wildlife and habitat protection in East Africa.
Maasai Market is an open-air market, where locals and travelers can find curios, paintings, drawings, clothes and fabrics with East African prints, jewellery and wood-carvings. The local artisans in Kenya usually sell handmade curious and with some serious bargaining, tourists can buy souvenirs and gifts in one-go.