The Boma Hotels

Welcome to The Boma Hotels in Kenya

Are you are looking for comfort on a budget or contemporary luxury? Needing a city hotel or a quiet location? Travelling for business or leisure? Seeking a pool for chilling or banqueting facilities for an event?

Whatever your requirements as a guest, we can accommodate you at one of our three Boma Hotels in Kenya. We have something for everyone, and we promise to take care of you, the true Kenyan way - with a big, friendly smile. The Boma Nairobi, a 5-star hotel, and Boma Inn Nairobi, a 3-star hotel, are located next to each other in the bustling capital Nairobi.

Boma Inn Eldoret, a 4-star hotel, is located in a quiet part of Eldoret in the Rift Valley, in the north-western part of Kenya. The Boma hotels are affiliated with the Kenya Red Cross Society and support their humanitarian work in Kenya.

Our Hotels

In and Around Our Hotels

Spa in Nairobi 2


Activities in Our Hotels

 

Our three Boma hotels offer a diverse range of things to do and facilities to enjoy such as restaurants, bars, coffee lounges, health clubs, workout classes, steam room, sauna, Jacuzzi, spas and swimming pools plus lots of cosy spaces to just hang out and enjoy hotel life.

We also have a conference centre and various event venues in both Nairobi and Eldoret, able to host from 6 to 300 people. Our banquet halls and meeting rooms are ideal for both corporate and social events such as weddings, parties, workshops, exhibitions, cocktails, dinners, business functions etc.

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust


Activities in Kenya

 

A country of great diversity, Kenya is home to a myriad of unique experiences in stunning landscapes and vast wildlife sanctuaries.

Truly, Kenya is a country with incredible scenery for photo safaris and bucket list ticks. So, get up close and personal with the local wildlife on the savannah, cruise around national parks, meet the Big Five, sponsor an orphaned baby elephant, feed a giraffe, go hiking in craggy mountains or arid deserts, cool off in waterfalls, explore lush forests, swim in the Indian Ocean, bargain for treasures at the local markets and, inevitably, you will fall in love with our country, like so many visitors before you.