Welcome to Hope Gardens Guest House in Nairobi, Kenya
Affordable, Comfortable, Convenient. Hope Gardens Guest House offers excellent Nairobi lodging options in the beautiful and safe neighborhood of Karen. Our family-friendly guest house rooms, cottage and garden offer a relaxing place to rest and enjoy African hospitality. Indulge in privacy or mingle with other interesting world travelers in the shared living room, kitchen and convivial dining room. Our guests include tourists, missionaries, interns, students, doctors, international aid workers and small groups. At the end of an exciting day of exploring or working in Nairobi, you will enjoy the peaceful feeling of returning home to the guest house.
100% of profits from the Guest House fund our mission to empower gender violence survivors through Woman’s Hope Kenya and Rhythm of Hope International. Guest House facilities include free WiFi, cable television, beautiful gardens to explore, conference and meeting facilities. Breakfast is included with your room, and additional meals (vegetarian and meat options) may be prepared upon request, or choose the self-catering option to use our kitchen. We are on Gogo Falls Rd., 16 kilometers from the airport and 10 kilometers from city center.
Affordable Hotel Lodgings in the beautiful Karen neighborhood of Nairobi
Hope Gardens Guest House offers affordable hotel lodgings in the gorgeous, upscale area of Nairobi called Karen. It is a very safe and secure environment in the middle of many local attractions, yet free from the heavy traffic, bustle and noise of downtown Nairobi. You will feel like you are in your home away from home as Consolata welcomes you to our comfortable hotel and the peaceful neighborhood of Karen.
Profits from your stay support women survivors of violence
Karen Hotel Lodgings
100% of the profits from Hope Gardens Guest House go to support our non-profit work with Woman’s Hope, offering shelter, training, employment and mentoring to survivors of domestic abuse and gender violence in Nairobi.
While violence against women is widespread throughout the world, it is many times worse in developing countries such as Kenya. There exists a history of patriarchal societies where the female members of households are subject to male supremacy – they are akin to chattel or property.
Even though Kenya is making positive changes they must contradict long held traditions such as police corruption and the condoning of wife beating, particularly in rural communities where one study found that 70% of women had experienced violence. Nairobi Womens’ Hospital treats 230 cases of gender violence per month, with 45% of these being children Often the support services are left to the Non Government Organizations such as Woman’s Hope Kenya. Our work is crucial, because there are few support options available in all of Kenya for women who have experienced domestic or gender violence.