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If you appreciate luxury paradise hotels, Tribe is the right place for you. Tribe Hotel has become a go-to destination for visitors – from movie stars to heads of state, famous chefs, supermodels, and the adventurous tourist. Kenya’s bustling capital city, Nairobi, has quite the split personality these days.
The vibrant, thriving metropolis with rich culture and cosmopolitan flair shares its boundaries with an expansive National Park and game reserve.
Interestingly, the 137-room Tribe Hotel is a perfect reflection of the city’s duality. The contemporary and sleek architectural property pays perfect homage to Kenya’s wide-ranging historic and natural wonders.
The hotel is serene and sanctuary-like, making you feel soothed and welcome from the moment you set foot in the lobby. Warm, wide smiles greet you at every turn, and the blend of modern design and beautiful displays of African art give the space a sophisticated style that is elegant but unpretentious. Everywhere you look, there are colorful carvings, paintings, tapestries, and unique pieces of furniture that blend well with the angled rooms and spaces. The bedrooms are designed to be calming but highly functional, while common areas — and there are many — are warm and inviting.
Tribe Hotel is located in a quiet upmarket suburb in the northern part of the city. While this area is certainly a distance from the busier city center and airport, it is just steps from the Village Market — an upscale shopping area with plenty of shops and dining options. Also nearby are the Friday Maasai market, a great place to purchase local crafts, and the Karura Forest, which is walking distance away. Most other attractions are a taxi ride away.
Rooms are bright, clean, and comfortable, and each has a unique floor plan and decor, again with a mix of original artwork and en vogue styling. Several feature loft-style, split-level layouts that are spacious and well-suited to those who like to work and relax in their rooms.
The adjoining bathrooms are sleek and well-appointed, with large soaking tubs and open showers. One unusual aspect in some of the suites is a glass sliding wall that separates the bedroom from the bathroom. While it opens up the space and gives you a nice view of the beautifully designed bathroom, it provides little sound insulation and privacy. So if you are sharing the suite, be prepared to share a whole lot more than just your space.
The hotel’s main restaurant, Jiko, has an extensive and well-curated menu of tasty international options — from soups, salads, and pasta to burgers, sushi, and traditional steaks and seafood.