See Presidential Suite Where Suluhu Will Spend The Night [PHOTOS]


  • Visiting Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu entered the Serena Hotel, Nairobi after arriving at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on May 4, 2021.

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    Sources familiar with President Suluhu’s schedule were told kenyagist.com that the visiting head of state will stay at the 5-star hotel during his two-day visit.

    “She went to the Serena Hotel to inspect and get some rest after the flight before going to the White House for a meeting with President Kenyatta,” the source said.

    Bedroom in the Presidential Hotel Serena Hotel


    The hotel is located near the State House, the Tanzanian Embassy, ​​and the Parliament Building which can be easily accessed.

    The 5-star hotel has a special facility on the sixth floor that accommodates visiting heads of state, dignitaries, and other guests who can afford Ksh400,000 for the night station.

    The very words of the President Suite show favoritism and create an image of luxury and a drinker for your calling.

    A beautiful state suite has a wide bedroom with a bathroom and dressing area, a deep drawing room with plasma TV, a sound station and a combined work area, a private dining room and kitchen, bars, entrance hall, laundry room with room size of 167sqm.

    The hotel has managed to incorporate modern furniture and traditional African art and give it a unique atmosphere.

    Other guests at the hotel have already been informed of VVIP’s stay at hotels such as the Kenya Media Council which will host the Annual Journalism Awards (AJEA).

    AJEA is a Council signing ceremony that celebrates the quality of journalism and prosperity in Kenya. The event will be presided over by Acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu.

    On Wednesday, May 5, President Suluhu is expected to meet local businessmen and investors at the Serena Hotel on the 2nd day of his visit.

    Living room at the Serena Hotel HotelLiving room at the Serena Hotel Hotel

    Living room at the Serena Hotel Hotel


    The Head of State of Tanzania will be looking to recruit them Kenyan business community focus on investment in neighboring countries.

    He intends to reform the economic hostile policies introduced by his predecessor John Pombe Magufuli – which were punishing Kenyan-owned businessmen.

    Investors have suffered losses as a result of tight trade ties between the two countries which have led to the destruction and seizure of goods.



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