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Trademark, Nairobi

In Nairobi’s embassy district, modern and convenient Trademark Hotel offers international cuisine, comprehensive business facilities, and some of the city’s premier dining and entertainment at its doorstep. 


Well-situated in the embassy district, minutes from shops and restaurants, as well as The United Nations African headquarters, this chic urban property reflects the city’s industrious and innovative nature in both its design and culture. Although the hotel’s communal spaces flow into the surrounding Village Market, paramount importance is placed on privacy, with Trademark’s terraces and courtyards allowing guests to enjoy the Kenyan sun undisturbed on-property.

Rooms have a cool, concrete feel. Harvest, the hotel's open grill brasserie, serves up farm fresh ingredients in a chic and airy all-day space. There's even a helipad, if you need it. All in all, you're getting a great deal on a Design Hotel.


Market is home to over 150 high-end shopping, dining, and entertainment outlets across 225,000 square feet. Numerous outlets specialize in African artifacts and Kenyan crafts. Every Friday, the shopping center hosts the Maasai Market, a cultural bazaar that brings together some 400 ethnic artisans and craftsmen selling anything from soapstone to wood and iron sculptures to batiks and paintings. If you’ve come to Kenya to escape the bustle, Trademark is also near the eco-friendly Karura Forest for outdoor activities and the historic Kiambethu Farm, the first place in the country to grow tea (now one of Kenya’s biggest exports).

Travel with Impact

A trip to Kenya isn’t merely a feast of experiences and a check on the bucket list, it’s an opportunity to help ensure the survival of Africa’s critical species. Kenyan conservancy agency WildlifeDirect (not affiliated with the hotel) helps visitors play a role in environmental good. You can help ensure the survival of critical species while in Nairobi by visiting organizations like WildlifeDirect to learn about the conservation of wildlife and threats to iconic species, and by visiting the Nairobi National Park and other centers.

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