Tanzania’s visiting President Samia Suluhu checked into Serena Hotel, Nairobi after arriving at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on May 4, 2021.
Sources aware of President Suluhu’s itinerary told Kenyans.co.ke that the visiting head of state will be staying at the 5-star hotel during her two-day visit.
“She went to Serena Hotel to check-in and freshen up after the flight before proceeding to State House for a meeting with President Kenyatta,” the source stated.A bedroom at the Serena Hotel Presidential SuiteFile
The hotel is located close to State House, Tanzania’s Embassy, and Parliament Buildings which can be accessed easily.
The 5-star hotel has a special facility located on the sixth floor which accommodates visiting heads of state, dignitaries, and other guests who can afford the Ksh400,000 per night facility.
The very words presidential suite suggests privilege and conjures up an image of luxury with a butler at your beck and call.
The magnificent state suite features a spacious master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and dressing area, an extensive drawing room with a plasma TV, an audio centre and an integrated workspace, a private dining room and a kitchen, a bar, an entrance lobby, a guest washroom and room size of 167sqm.
The hotel has managed to marry modern furniture and traditional African art giving it a unique feel.
Other guests at the hotel have already been made aware of the VVIP’s stay at the hotel such as the Media Council of Kenya which will be holding the Annual Journalism Excellence Awards (AJEA).
AJEA is a signature event of the Council that celebrates journalistic excellence and achievements in Kenya. The event will be presided over by Acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu.
On Wednesday, May 5, President Suluhu is expected to meet the local business community and investors at the Serena Hotel on the 2nd day of her visit.The lounge at the Serena Hotel Presidential SuiteFile
The Tanzania Head of State will be seeking to lure Kenya’s business community to consider investments in the neighbouring country.
She is keen on revising the hostile economic policies introduced by her predecessor John Pombe Magufuli - that were particularly punitive on Kenyan-owned businesses.
Investors have suffered losses due to the tense trade ties between the two countries that have caused the destruction and seizure of goods.
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