This is a 5 star hotel conveniently tucked in a safe area of northern central Nairobi in the village market (an enclosed shopping center which hosts the famous weekly Maasai market).
The hotel is most ideal for those in search of contemporary loft-style accommodation of which it is the best of African chic.
Expect sleek lines, airy open spaces and an abundance of magnificent tribal crafts and the heart of the hotel is the library well as the rooftop terrace includes a cocktail bar and a restaurant serving the finest modern cuisine.
Other highlights range from the heated pool to the Kaya Spa while business travelers benefit from six on-site meeting rooms.
The hotel consists of 137 uniquely decorated rooms which offer free WIFI, wooden floors, a bathtub and 300-thread-count sheets of which the rates start at around US$ 220 per person.
The hotel has an unrivaled appreciation for tribal crafts with almost 900 hand-sculpted artifacts from all over Africa being gathered here and capturing the diversity of the continent and evoking a sense of splendor that is raising the luxury hotel stakes in the continent.
Spread across three wings in the heart of Nairobi’s diplomatic district, a soaring sunlit atrium links the Tribe hotel’s guest rooms and suites.
Inside the hotel there is cool granite and stretches of dark Indian slate temper earthy combinations of cumin, sandstone, and brown-sugar hues.
Architect Mehraz Ehsani continues this balance by using authentic Kenyan materials in the public spaces including; the Kaya Spa which takes its inspiration from the country’s sacred forests, the well-stocked library, the rooftop bar, and the heated pool surrounded by waterfalls and gardens.
Above all, the hotel has a good scenic view which impresses a visitor and thus having a comfortable stay.