Experiences at Sarova Panafric Hotel
This Kenya holiday and conference hotel has a pool and wellness centre and is close to the markets, shops and visitor attractions of the city such as Nairobi National Park, the Giraffe Centre, Karen Blixen Museum and more.
During a Kenya holiday in Nairobi, guests can enjoy some relaxation in the capable hands of trained therapists at Sarova Panafric Hotel. A variety of treatments including therapeutic massage, aromatherapy, reflexology and beauty treatments like pedicure and manicure are available.
Sarova Panafric Hotel has some of the finest state-of-the-art meeting and conference facilities in Kenya.
There are 9 fully equipped function rooms for different requirements with a combined capacity of 300 persons.
There are 7 fully equipped function rooms for different requirements with a combined capacity of 700 persons.
- 7 conference rooms including syndicate rooms
- Combined capacity of at least 700 delegates
- Audio-visual equipment and secretarial assistance available
- Photocopying, fax, telephone, and stationery offered
- Personalized conference coordinator
- Business centre and Wi-Fi
This modern and professionally manned facility is located on the Conference Floor. Guests can access email, print, fax, photocopy and the internet and also catch up on the news with the national daily newspapers stocked there. The Business Centre is open daily.
Activities in Nairobi
The Giraffe Centre:
This is a ‘must do’ experience. Hand feeding these magnificent creatures is a very personal encounter. The centre is open daily.
Nairobi National Park:
This unique park borders the city, so guests can enjoy a spectacular safari viewing the plains, cliffs and forest - home to large herds of Zebra, Wildebeest, Buffalo, Giraffe, Rhino, Cheetah, and Lions living wild. The park is open daily.
Karen Blixen Museum:
This museum, set in lovely gardens, is the original farmhouse where the writer Karen Blixen (author of Out Of Africa) lived between 1914 and 1931. It is open daily.
The National Museum boasts a fascinating range of cultural and natural history exhibits<. There are huge galleries of wildlife and Kenyan tribal displays, re-creations of rock art and an exhibition of hominid fossils from Lake Turkana in the north of Kenya. The museum is open daily.
This attraction houses beautifully kept engines and carriages from the colonial days of the East Africa Railways. There are also fascinating displays of extraordinary railway memorabilia and artefacts. Open daily.
Bomas Of Kenya:
This is a cultural village where each boma or homestead was built using traditional techniques of different Kenyan tribes. Through architecture, crafts, music and dance this village promotes traditional Kenyan culture. Open daily.
The National Archives is a living example of Kenya’s diverse historical and cultural knowledge with an extensive collection of artefacts, photographs and publications documenting Kenya's Kenyatta Avenue – 1950. Open on weekdays and Saturday mornings.