Having been selected by Condé Nast Traveller 2011 as "One of the Hottest urban retreats in the world..." Kaya, the spa and studio at Tribe holds true to the glamorous and sophisticated design of Tribe whilst positively reflecting the mysticism and enchantment of the Kaya forests.


Trademark serves as a perfect compliment to the Village Market. Set in the leafy suburb of Gigiri, ten minutes from the city center, the hotel offers convenience, security and an unparalleled multitude of shopping and entertainment options both for tourists and business people visiting the city. Designed as an expansive lifestyle center with flowing rivers and waterfalls, the Village Market has over 150 shops and services; banking, ATM and foreign exchange facilities; over 20 restaurants, offering guests the ability to discover, shop and unwind in a comfortable and safe environment.
The village market is also home to the weekly Maasai Market which hosts 350 artists for a colorful display of crafts, paintings, beadwork and fabrics every Friday. Gigiri is considered the city's diplomatic district, global headquarters for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Habitat; ICRAF; multiple N.G.Os and foreign missions including the US Embassy and Canadian High Commission are all within walking distance from the hotel.

Karura forest

The Karura Forest Reserve is an urban upland forest on the outskirts of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. This remarkable geographical location and natural resource is one of the largest gazetted forests in the world fully within a city limits. It covers an area of about 1,000 ha (2,500 ac) and today is a shining example of how country-based corporate social responsibility and individual philanthropy can serve to secure and protect a country’s natural resources. The forest offers eco-friendly opportunities for Kenyans and visitors to enjoy a leafy green respite from the hustle and bustle of the city to walk, to jog, or simply to sit quietly and experience the serenity of nature in all its diversity.

Kiambethu farM

Just a short drive from the heart of Nairobi, Kiambethu Farm at Limuru provides a tranquil insight into life on a settler farm. Situated at 7,200 ft., Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell in 1910. He was the first person to grow, make and sell tea commercially in Kenya - now one of Kenya’s biggest exports. Five generations have lived on the farm and it is currently run by his granddaughter Fiona Vernon. The farmhouse is set within beautiful gardens surrounded by acres of tea and indigenous forest - home to the Colobus monkey and plenty of other wildlife.

Pasta Republic

The Chef presents nostalgic recipes, as well as his own creations; fresh pastas and sauces that elevate the humble cuisine to a gourmet experience served by Her Royal Highness Allota Pasta, Supreme Leader of Pasta Republic.