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About Sam Mburu Retreat Center

The Sam Mburu Retreat Center is a budget friendly accommodation facility uniquely nestled in a tranquil hardwood offering total seclusion, just a 5-minute drive from the Karen Shopping Center in Karen, Langata. The hotel boasts a swimming pool and a gym and is ideal for team building activities,family getaways and social events. Free WiFi is available.

The hotel features rooms that have wardrobes, worktables/chairs, flat screen TVs and private bathrooms.

The onsite restaurant serves guests with local dishes and a variety of other meals. Nyama Choma is also a specialty served by the restaurant.
The hotel boasts a swimming pool where guests can enjoy swimming sessions, as well as a fully-equipped gym where guests can work out. A billiards board is also available at guests' disposal.

Airport pickup, laundry and babysitting services are provided upon request. The retreat is the ideal place to host garden weddings, birthday celebrations, corporate launches and the like within its spacious grounds or in the conference center. Ample parking space is provided and the premises are manned round the clock by security personnel.

The Sam Mburu Retreat Center is located in close proximity to Hillcrest International Schools . The Ngong Road Forest and the Karen Shopping Center are nearby.
The Sam Mburu Retreat Center is located in close proximity to Hillcrest International Schools. The Ngong Road Forest and the Karen Shopping Center are nearby.
The onsite restaurant serves guests with local dishes and a variety of other meals. Nyama Choma is also a specialty served by the restaurant.

  • Type: Hotel
  • Sleeps: 20
  • Check-in: 13:00
    Check-out: 10:00

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Sam Mburu Retreat Center is 4.8km from the centre of Karen , the nearest airport 8.7km (Wilson Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling