General

The hotel was opened in 2009 and is located in Gigiri an affluent neighborhood which hosts the United Nations offices, United States Embassy and the Canadian High commission. The word Tribe informally means a large family. Considering that the Hotel was opened straight after the post-election violence and the name Tribe symbolizes unity hence the tag one planet One Tribe.
The Hotel is located in the most secure part of the city and its accessibility from the Central business district is ideal and is reachable at any given time of the day.
The Tribe was recently selected by Conde Nast Traveller (UK) and Conde Nast Traveller (US) for the HOT LIST 2010.The hotel was also recently awarded a Wow Pick by Kiwi Collection as well as a listing on the prestigious Robb Report for their top 100 hotels in 2013.
Tribe has a restaurant called Jiko it offers contemporary international cuisines and the finest wines in the world. The staff is well trained to offer professional personalized service and extensive product knowledge.
There is a spa that is known as the Kaya spa and gym which offers a sense of tranquility.
The facilities and services at the tribe are designed for travelers, celebrities and business executives. The hotel has hosted celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Nichole Kidman and Fugee Wyclef Jean just to mention a few. We therefore ensure that privacy and security are not compromised at any given time. The conference rooms are very hi-tech and properly conditioned to ensure that meetings taking place are inspirational and participants can concentrate throughout the time.

Directions
25 KM from the Jomo Kenyatta Airport which is a forty minutes drive, Located in Gigiri, Nairobi’s up-market Diplomatic District, less than a mile from the United Nations headquarters, the US and Canadian Embassies and other diplomatic and non-governmental agencies. Tribe is attached to the trendy Village Market, East Africa’s largest shopping and recreation complex.

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