A Fairmont boutique hotel, the Norfolk Hotel Nairobi is set against the historical background of colonial Kenya and its legendary safaris. Indeed, it was here that most British colonialists stayed when they arrived for the mythical Kenya safari.
All the 165 rooms and suites at one of the oldest Nairobi hotels have just recently been remodeled and are uniquely and luxuriously appointed to the lofty standards you’ve grown to expect from the Fairmont group of hotels. And, the Nairobi Norfolk hotel offers 7 levels of accommodation sophistication that goes from standard to top-end rooms and suites. The most prized of these are the 1937 suites and the Signature suites.
A surprise feature is the Nairobi hotel’s big, lush, mature, well-tended garden. This, together with the hotel’s low-rise buildings, gives the Norfolk a country-hotel feel and creates the ideal atmosphere for relaxing after a long day in the bustle of the city.
The Norfolk Nairobi Hotel boasts five restaurants, the most well liked being the Lord Delamere Terrace which could be Nairobi’s most renowned watering hole as it is renowned for its phenomenal cocktails. Its fitness center is equipped with branded gym equipment and is manned by well-trained private trainers. Besides the latest gym machines the fitness center offers daily aerobic dance lessons, sauna, steam rooms and a spa.
Other comforts at the Norfolk hotel Nairobi include bars, conference rooms and equipment, a massive pool, and a significant number of staff to pamper you. The health center offers trained staff for fitness coaching and a selection of massages also. If you come to Nairobi Norfolk Hotel on business, the manned business center will help you with PCs, printers, fax and copy machines and your web access requirements.
Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and the country’s biggest city. It’s modern, fast moving and the epitome of a large African metropolis. And, there are plenty of entrancing Nairobi tourist destinations that you can check out while at the Norfolk. The number one place to see the Kenya animals in their environment is the Nairobi National Park. The Nairobi Safari Walk offers a semi-wild experience while the Nairobi Animal Orphanage hosts lots of orphaned animals like lions, cheetahs, monkeys, mongooses and hyenas that you can experience at close range.
Nairobi is serviced by the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, the largest and busiest airport in Kenya and East Africa. At least 49 airlines operate non-stop flights from the airport to most of the rest of the planet.