Kempinski set to meet the media in Nairobi on 12th June


Lashley Pulsipher, the Dubai based Kempinski Hotels Regional Director of Public Relations for the Middle East and Africa, will be in Nairobi in 10 days time to hold a media briefing on the progress of the upcoming Kempinski Villa Rosa Nairobi on June 12th, at a venue and time still to be announced.
While no opening date has been announced as yet, Lashley is expected to provide details on that issue too when she meets and briefs the local and regional media representatives, besides giving the hard facts on the new hotels services and facilities but also Kempinskis planned luxurious tented safari camp on a private conservancy adjoining the world famous Masai Mara.
The luxury hotel group is known to be keen on expanding their presence in Africa and after the grand opening in March of the Kempinski Seychelles Resort on the main island of Mahe at the site of the former Plantation Club has now set eyes on opening their Kenya properties.
Watch this space for upcoming additional information, in particular the proposed opening dates for what is expected to become one of Nairobis new flagship luxury hotels. Visit for more information.

8 Responses

  1. This is very great! wow i will be very much intrested in working wiith you guys.

  2. This is great, Welldone Kempinski. will be great working with you people as a chef de parte, i have 5 years experience in a 5* hotel

  3. ill love to work with this new property which will be opening soon in kenya, what a good and experience to achieve more revenue! am Raymond currently working with GRAND HYATT DOHA, and i bealive the hotel is going manage olale tanted camp – 12 luxury tents in the HEART OF THE MASSAI MARA! ill be of good assert to the company because have been a tour guide in NGORO-NGORO SERENA, you can contact me in (+974 33449758) my mail is

  4. Congrats Kempiski for Villa Rosa Nairobi another development in the tourism industry,The building is captivating with its rich European history temping just to stand across the road to photograph it.