Nairobi

The Heron Portico Hotel

The Heron Portico is Nairobi’s finest and best known business hotel. The hotel offers accommodation in 108 guest rooms and suites, outdoor swimming pool, Gym, Sauna, Steam room and Gift shop. The hotel is known for its food and beverage offerings, where drinks and meals are served continuously from morning till evening.
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Nairobi is one of Africa’s most vibrant and exciting cities- an urban destination unlike any other. With excellent international cuisine from across the globe and nightlife powered by some of the continent’s fastest rising music talent – Nairobi is a great place for entertainment. The Nairobi National Game Park is the world’s only urban national park.

The Heron Portico is Nairobi’s finest and best known business hotel located at a distance of 3 kilometers from the city center and about 18 kilometers from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The hotel offers accommodation in 108 guest rooms and suites, outdoor swimming pool, Gym, Sauna, Steam room and Gift shop. The hotel is known for its food and beverage offerings, where drinks and meals are served continuously from morning till evening.

Nairobi Local Information :

Nairobi National Park – On the outskirts of town and easily accessible, this 44-sq-mile/114-sq-km park is fenced on the Nairobi side but open to the migration of game from the Athi plains and the Kitengela and Ngong conservation areas.

Nyayo Monument – Built in 1988 to commemorate 25 years of Independence, this monument is a marble rendering of the lowering of the British colonial flag and the raising of the Kenyan flag.

Karen Blixen Museum – The restored house and grounds, with furniture and photographs of Danish author Karen Blixen, who wrote under the name Isak Dinesen, of Out of Africa fame.

National Museum of Kenya – A museum containing the Leakey family discoveries at Tanzania’s Olduvai Gorge and Koobi Fora in northern Kenya.

The Giraffe Centre – This place saved Rothschild giraffes from extinction. Now you can see them up close and even feed them.

The National Archives – Ground floor is a public gallery containing some beautiful drawings and some very amateur art, as well as a collection of ethnography — weapons, musical instruments and domestic artifacts. The first floor houses a collection of photographs of President Moi’s early history and some Mau detention camp photos.

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