Hilton Garden Inn on Mombasa Road to be Complete by End of 2015

The Hilton Garden Inn, a global hotel chain, is set to open a new hotel in Nairobi, Kenya. The Hilton Garden Inn facilities and location 2 The Sh2.3 billion Hilton Garden Inn hotel will be located just before the Mombasa Rd/Syokimau Airport Rd junction near the JKIA resort club and in close proximity to the …

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Motorists to Use Mobile Phones to Pay for Parking in Nairobi (Updated June 2010)

To pay for parking in Nairobi using a mobile phone code *235#  (Updated 10th June 2019) Dial *235# ( A Nairobi City County epayment menu with five options appear. Select 1 for parking – This gives you the option to pay for daily parking, seasonal parking, offstreet parking or penalties. select 1 for Daily parking …

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New Kenya Commercial Bank Headquarters, the KCB Plaza in Upper Hill almost Complete

The Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) will soon relocate its head office to new KCB Plaza in the fast growing Upper Hill commercial district.  The KCB bank headquarters currently based at Kencom house in the CBD will be moving to their ultra-modern complex that is nearing completion at the upmarket Upper Hill. 2 The 21 storey …

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Gelian Hotel, a Five Star Hotel in Machakos County

The Gelian Hotel is a five star hotel elegantly designed with elegant décor, spacious rooms to offer luxury and comfort. The new hotel situated in Machakos County has already opened the doors to the public. The Gelian hotel has 95 rooms that include two presidential suites, four ambassadorial rooms, 36 deluxe and 53 standard rooms …

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Kenya public Transport to Start Using Cashless Payment Systems

Public service vehicles widely used by commuters in Kenya are expected to implement a cashless electronic payment system that will allow passengers pay electronically according to a government gazette. The new electronic fare payment means Kenya public transport operations will be cashless, a move embraced by some but being opposed by others. As per the …

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