KENYA RED CROSS’ THE BOMA INN ELDORET NOW FULLY OPERATIONAL
(Posted 15th October 2013)
The Kenya Red Cross owned The Boma Inn, Eldoret is now fully operational, it was learned on day one of an extended visit to Kenya. The new hotel, part of a planned number of three star hotels across the country, alongside the Red Court Hotel in Nairobi and the 5 star luxury The Boma Nairobi, features 68 rooms. This includes 60 superior rooms, 6 deluxe rooms and 2 suites. Meeting rooms capable of handling up to 500 people at a time are available as are smaller ‘board rooms’, besides other facilities like restaurants, bars, leisure facilities and a swimming pool. Notable for a location like Eldoret is the fully fledged Zoezi Spa, which at The Boma Nairobi has become hugely popular with local residents and is expected to sell membership to the who is who in Eldoret fast. All public areas and rooms are connected to high speed internet, which for guests is provided on a complimentary basis.
Next location for a Boma Inn will be Nyeri where the company already operates a meeting and conference facility to which in due course a fully fledged accommodation unit will be added. Ultimately the Kenya Red Cross Society intends to cover Kenya’s key counties with Boma Inn’s, aimed to provide quality accommodation and hospitality services to travellers upcountry, with all profits, needless to mention, going back to the Red Cross to support their immense task to providing emergency services for Kenyans and visitors like. Apparently the new kid on the block in Eldoret, the Boma Inn is truly the place to be ‘in’. Watch this space for regular and breaking news from Kenya’s and Eastern Africa’s fast moving hospitality industry.
(A view of the pool areas of the new Boma Inn, Eldoret)