Over the recent the city of Nairobi has seen a variety of international events and high-profile visits including one by Barrack Obama, the former United States president. The city best-known MICE facility is the Kenyatta International Convention Centre and it’s no secret that Nairobi is the MICE capital of East Africa. In fact Nairobi has it all; a mesmeric range of restaurant spanning every possible cuisine and a catering for every depth of pocket; and a dazzling array of bars ranging from the ultra-popular roadside gathering places where its standing room only most nights to glittering roof-top confections with panoramic views, cool art installations and hot jazz-and you’re only beginning to plumb the depths of modern Nairobi.
As a matter of fact, over the recent years all the major hotel chains have stampeded into town with the urgency of gold prospectors. Whatever your preferred “brand,” you’ll find it in Nairobi. Brands apart, Nairobi isn’t short of ideas for a fun-filled day out, no matter what your age or interest. In addition to wildlife-focused activities, visitors will find gold-courses, up market shopping malls and even a cheese factory in the city’s vicinity.