Review: Park Inn by Radisson

Hello Loves,
Happy Friday!!!! 
Let’s get right to it….
If you have been around Waiyaki way Westlands area, then you must have noticed a tall dark building with the writing Park Inn by Radisson written at the top corner of the building.
This is the new hotel by the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. It’s the new hotel by the group after the Radisson Blu hotel in Upperhill so I visited and talked to the fantastic team at Park Inn and here is what they had to say…..
The hotel from outside
Park Inn by Radisson
1)  Park inn?  Tell us more about it…
Park Inn by Radisson Nairobi Westlands is a friendly, fresh, vibrant and uncomplicated hotel, designed for the global Gen Y. Kenya’s first property of this dynamic mid-market hotel brand is focused on delivering the modern essentials of a great hotel experience, that will resonate well with international and domestic travellers.
Another conferencing facility at Park Inn by Radisson
Conference room
With uninterrupted rooftop bar view, tech tablet shaped, natural lighting, strategic location at the heart of Westlands, proximity to social joints and major corporations, we guarantee our Adding Colour to Life spirit of service which resonates well with today’s travellers. The hotel has 140 rooms which are impeccably designed, vibrant and spacious and feature a host of amenities purposefully built to suit the needs of today’s modern traveler looking for international midscale hospitality experience.
One of the hotels conferencing facilities
Conference room
The hotel has facilities that include Smart Meetings & Events concept in five versatile and spacious event rooms as well as an event terrace, placing it at the forefront of meetings and events. Park Inn by Radisson further offers free high-speed WiFi access throughout the hotel.
The hotels roof top bar The Attic (1)
Rooftop bar

2) Park inn is part of a brand with Radisson Blu as a sister hotel. Are they the same and what’s different from Radisson blu your more popular restaurant/ hotel?

One of the standard rooms at the hotel
One of the standard rooms
Park Inn by Radisson Nairobi Westlands and The Radisson Blu Hotel are related as both hotels are managed by the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. Unlike the Radisson Blue Hotel, Park Inn by Radisson Nairobi Westlands is a mid scale hotel, designed for the global Gen Y. This is the young and upcoming executive who more than anything wants to try out trendy things with a dose of freshness. We focus on delivering the modern essentials of a great hotel experience that will resonate well with international and domestic travellers.
The hotels superior room
The hotel enjoys a prime location in close proximity to the city’s main social scenes, shopping malls and historical tourist attractions. It is also a great and convenient stop over for leisure guests heading to Nakuru, Naivasha and the Mara.
3) Colors are all over the park inn..tell us more about the process of bringing it all together.
The hotels lobby
Hotel Lobby
All Park Inn by Radisson hotels are about adding color to life, in fact our theme is “Adding color to Life”. We know that color makes a place alive, and that’s what we decided to do with the hotel. In fact our rooms even have themes and if you’re keen, the lights can be changed with whichever color to suite one’s mood. To add on to that “Adding Color to Lives” is a global social action art project launched in 2015 by the colorful and dynamic mid scale hotel brand. It brings together young people in difficult life situations allowing them to express themselves through art and have a lasting impact on their communities.

4) Last words?

We are very happy and excited to have a Park Inn by Radisson in Nairobi. We are looking forward to delivering a fresh, energetic and vibrant hospitality experience to those we receive as we showcase Park Inn’s international standard of hospitality to the world.
Lobby Art
There you have it loves,
Hope you enjoyed it!!
Have a great week…
Love & Light 🙂

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