From the day it opened its doors in 1902, The Stanley, a 4 star hotel in Nairobi, has been making history - hosting royal safaris and a long line of living legends.
Kenya's first locally brewed beer was served at The Stanley's long bar in 1923. Ewart Grogan who walked from Cape to Cairo to prove his love for a woman slaked his considerable thirst here. So too did Ernest Hemingway, Denys Finch Hatton and Edward Prince of Wales. At The Stanley, the stars came out at night: Stewart Granger, Ava Gardner, Clark Gable, they all came to The Stanley.
Today, The Stanley's heritage character is preserved whilst offering modern hotel services and amenities to create Nairobi's most special city hotel experience.