Giraffe Manor is an exclusive boutique hotel reminiscent of 1930s grandeur, boasting art deco features and four-poster beds. The hotel accommodates 25 guest in 10 luxury en suite rooms, each with their own distinct style, as well as spacious bathrooms and elegant furnishings.
The manor is set in lovely grounds and surrounded by 140 acres of indigenous forest in the leafy Langata/Karen area, 20 kilometres from Nairobi city centre.
It is a unique place to stay, with the resident giraffes visiting morning and evenings - often sticking their heads through the large windows of the dining rooms.
Giraffe Manor is a fantastic place to start or end your journey in Kenya - especially if you are travelling with your family. It's perhaps the most fun place to stay in Nairobi and certainly one of the most comfortable. Rothschild giraffes are endangered and a stay here offers a wonderful opportunity to observe these gentle giants and learn more about them and the battle to conserve them.
The hotel’s 10 rooms each have their own distinct personality, elegant furnishings, art deco features and four-poster beds. There are three doubles: Betty, Lynn and Arlene; four double/twins: Daisy, Jock, Marlon and Helen; a twin/double/triple: Kelly; and two suites – the Finch Hatton Suite (double/twin/family) sleeping up to five (2 adults and 3 children), and the Karen Blixen Suite (also sleeping up to 5 – 2 adults and 3 children) which opens directly onto a courtyard and is perfect for families and wheelchair users.
As well as sharing a meal with a giraffe its also possible to go on a guided walk within the forest, learning about the plants and birds. Giraffe manor is close to the Sheldrick Elephant orphange, making a visit here a good option for a trip.
If its a special trip why not consider a private meal for two in the Orchid House.