Nairobi Hotel  Kenya

This exciting new 150 Bedroom hotel development is located on upper Hill, Nairobi.

The vision is to create a new hotel, which will have a prominent skyline presence overlooking the Nairobi National Park to the south and the down town Nairobi city CBD with its skyline of 1970's and 80's towers. The most famous being the 1973, KICC - Kenyan International Convention Centre which has a very striking profile, formed in brutalism concrete, reflecting the optimism of the Barbican in London or the spirit of Brasilia.

The hotel will rise above a landscaped podium, housing a business centre, conference centre, spa and car parking. The ground floor lobby and grounds will flow through to the landscape and the distant city views. The hotel tower rooms have been orientated to the north to take advantage of views and ensure the best orientation for sun shading on the east and west facades.

Leena Gehlot, Managing Director

“Mackay and Partners was chosen as the International architect on both schemes. They were chosen for their practical approach to hotel design, their experience in the hotel industry, ability to bring out of the box ideas to the table and also because of the rapport between Ken Mackay and ourselves.”

 

Client: Intex Construction Ltd
Size: 10000 sq m

Architect: Mackay + Partners

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