Muthu Silver Springs Hotel is located at the crossroads of Argwings Kodhek and Valley Road, opposite Nairobi Hospital, in the charming Hurlingham neighbourhood. The hotel is located in the heart of a bustling commercial neighbourhood dotted with landmarks like Kenyata International Convention Center, Britam Tower, University of Nairobi, and Kenyata Hospital among many other commercial establishments. Just 3 km from the city centre, and conveniently located 3 km from Wilson Airport, our hotel is an optimal choice for delegates, business professionals, and tourists. For guests exploring Nairobi, our location facilitates easy access to cultural and natural wonders, including national museums and the unique safari experience of Nairobi National Park. The 171 unique rooms, 12 flexible meeting spaces, all-day dining restaurants and leisure facilities like a gymnasium offer a comfortable stay enhanced by exceptional service and African warmth.
Discover the allure of Nairobi National Park, an extraordinary destination that stands as Africa's sole national park within a city. Covering 117 square kilometres, this wildlife haven is home to a diverse range of species. Lions, gazelles, buffaloes, cheetahs, zebras, giraffes, and a rhino sanctuary await, making it a perfect spot for nature enthusiasts. With over 400 bird species, including the Abyssinian thrush, Fischer’s lovebird, and Secretary bird, the park is also a paradise for bird watchers. Don't miss the iconic ivory burning site, a historic monument symbolizing the country's commitment to conservation.
The Giraffe Centre
Situated on the edge of Nairobi National Park along Langata Road, The Giraffe Centre is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of endangered Rothschild’s giraffes. Engage in a face-to-face encounter with these majestic creatures and enjoy the opportunity to feed them at eye level from raised platforms. Embark on a 1.5-kilometre self-guided forest walk, appreciating the beauty of nature alongside these long-necked wonders.
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Founded in 1977 by Daphne Sheldrick in memory of her late husband David, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, located along Mbagathi Road, serves as an elephant rescue and rehabilitation centre. Witness the care provided to young abandoned elephants and rhinos, participate in feeding sessions, and delight in the playful antics of these beautiful creatures in the mud.
Bomas of Kenya
Experience the rich cultural tapestry of Kenya at Bomas of Kenya, an entertainment and living museum located on the forest edge road off Langata Road. The recreated traditional village showcases various tribes, with daily performances of traditional dances and songs in a large theatre, creating an immersive celebration of Kenya's diverse culture.
The Karen Blixen Museum
Nestled along Karen Road, just 10 kilometres from the city centre at the foothills of Ngong Hills, the Karen Blixen Museum offers a glimpse into the life of the famous African-Danish author. Explore the well-preserved colonial farmhouse, the kitchen in a separate building, and a coffee-drying plant in the woodlands. The museum displays furniture, photographs, and books that once belonged to Karen Blixen and her husband, providing a captivating journey into the past.
The Nairobi National Museum
Situated on Museum Hill Road, a short drive from the city centre, The Nairobi National Museum showcases the diverse cultural and natural history of Kenya. With exhibits featuring local arts, over 900 stuffed birds from Lake Turkana, and representations of Kenya's ethnic groups, the museum is a must-visit for those interested in the history, culture, and politics of Kenya.