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Fri, 2 Aug 2019

dusitD2 Nairobi Hotel Reopens

The dusitD2 Nairobi hotel reopened on Thursday, following six months of renovation after the deadly attack by Somalia’s al Shabaab militants in January.

In addition to new meeting and F&B facilities, enhanced security measures have been implemented to bolster the internationally certified systems and procedures the complex already has in place.

The dusitD2 Nairobi hotel reopened on Thursday, following six months of renovation after the deadly attack by Somalia’s al Shabaab militants in January. Click to enlarge.

“Over the past five years, dusitD2 Nairobi has welcomed leisure and business travellers from all corners of the globe and established itself as one of the leading international hotels in the city,” said Mr Michael Metaxas, General Manager, dusitD2 Nairobi. “We now look forward to reaffirming that position through our unwavering commitment to service excellence, our new range of impressive dining and meetings experiences, plus the fresh new look and feel throughout the property.”

The hotel’s signature all-day dining restaurant, SOKO, has been redesigned to include an open kitchen and live cooking stations, while the DFit fitness centre has been fully refitted with new equipment.

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