It is situated 20 kilometers away from the center of Nairobi capital city in the suburb of Lang’ata established on a 12-acre land with great views of the Ngong Hills.
It is relatively a unique and charmingly eccentric country house hotel with an enduring appeal. The hotel’s annual visitors will confess how great is to visit or go to the Giraffe manor and the most unique and special thing about the hotel is its residents mostly the Rothschild’s giraffes which guests will enjoy viewing during their stay at the hotel.
The Rothschild’s giraffes can be found wandering around the grounds of the manor and frequently join the guests for breakfast through poking their heads inquisitively through the dining room windows.
Definitely the manor is a giraffe sanctuary though besides that, it is also an intimate and upscale hotel with 12 double rooms decorated in colonial style.
All the 12 rooms and suites at the Giraffe Manor are en-suite and well furnished though 8 of them are superior rooms and are noticeably larger with better views than the 2 standard rooms and are definitely slightly more expensive.
The manor also comprises of 2 family suites which make it to the total of 12 rooms at the Giraffe manor and it is that place you should opt to visit for a great experience in Kenya.
For wildlife lovers residing in the manor will spot many other species from there apart from the Rothschild’s giraffes such as warthogs and bush buck which will roam free through the grounds.
Room rates are inclusive of all meals and airport transfers which start at US$ 550 per person in order to have a great experience of this unique boutique.
Basically the Giraffe Manor is a relaxing destination because there is a blissfully comfortable atmosphere plus the sort of staff who tend to anticipate your habitual needs whatever they maybe such as; glass of water, snacks, cold beer, cup of tea, or anything else.
Observing the Rothschild’s giraffes at the manor is an interesting thing from the hotel especially for the young children. Nairobi National Park is also not far from the manor and it is always best to book in the early morning or afternoon.