Stylishly unconventional come to mind when you encounter The Social House (TSH) online; either on their website or Instagram account. The property is owned by the largest independent hotel brand in the world that represents more than 750 distinctive hotels, resorts, residences, and unique hotel groups across 85 countries.
TSH’s feel and philosophy is offbeat and down-to-earth. While visiting or staying with them they want you to feel at home. They are bringing a unique approach to hospitality and social gatherings in the 254.
“We represent a melting pot that aims to be every bit varied and stimulating, blending local and overseas guests, art and music, fashion and comedy, socialising and ‘business-ing’, festivals and farmer’s markets. All conceived and delivered in a thoroughly Nairobian way.” TSH
Located in Lavington on 154 James Gichuru, the House has 83 bedrooms, most with 24 square metre spaces of simplicity, style and common sense, plus 6 larger bedrooms for those who wish for a little more elbow room.
Dining is a global affair with a New York-style urban grill, a Kenyan Coffee Roastery bar, a Scandinavian-styled Garden Café and a rooftop Latin fine lounging bar and restaurant – each entirely authentic in character and cuisine. The House also features the ‘Jim’, a lap pool, a garden terrace and a retail ‘wall’ offering unique gift items and select local fashion accessories.
The aesthetics are not only pleasing to the eye but the soul with an emphasis on sustainable living and giving back to the community by promoting initiatives. You will want to explore every corner and in each nook exists a story waiting to be discovered.
Whether for business or a lot of pleasure, The House offers a living space any guest would enjoy in the comfort of their own home as well as unique surprise touches sourced diligently by the team. The Social House is designed as an ever-changing slice of Nairobi life.
PS: Travellers can access exclusive member rates and earn reward points through the Preferred Hotels & Resorts I Prefer Hotel Rewards program.
We can’t wait to experience all that this establishment has to offer.
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