Pullman Hotel Nairobi Grand Launch: A New Era for Kenyan Hospitality

Pullman Hotel Nairobi launches


Kenya’s hospitality industry celebrated the grand launch of Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill. This marks the first-ever Pullman in East Africa, promising to elevate the premium hospitality sector in Kenya.

Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill aims to set a new standard in luxury accommodation with its blend of elegance, comfort, and personalized service. The hotel features 162 meticulously designed rooms, a lively lobby bar called the Junction, and an all-day brasserie named the Dispatch. Each room is crafted to offer an exceptional guest experience.

“We are delighted to unveil Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill in Kenya,” said Gerard Moutou, the hotel’s General Manager. “Every detail here has been thoughtfully curated to exceed guest expectations. From our luxurious accommodations to our world-class dining options and impeccable service, we aim to redefine hospitality in the Kenyan market.”

Pullman Hotel Nairobi: Embracing Kenyan Art and Culture

Pullman’s entry into Kenya signals a new era of well-balanced hospitality, attracting discerning travelers and boosting the country’s tourism sector. Kenya’s vibrant culture and natural beauty make it a prime destination for tourists. Pullman Nairobi Upper Hill complements this with its world-class amenities and personalized service.


Moutou highlights the hotel’s unique features: “Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill bursts with personality, showcasing local art in the lobby and offering local cuisine, drinks, and events. Our art corner, regularly refreshed, immerses guests in the vibrant local culture, design, and photography scenes, providing unique photo opportunities.”

A Blend of Business and Leisure

Ms. Susan Waringa, Director of Sales and Marketing, expressed excitement about the launch: “We are thrilled to open Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill, catering to both business and leisure travelers. Our goal is to blend work and leisure through immersive art, vibrant dining, power fitness, and smart interactions. We aim to enhance Kenya’s tourism sector with support from the Ministry of Tourism.”

Pullman’s commitment to sustainability and community engagement underscores its dedication to responsible tourism practices and local initiatives. The hotel reflects this commitment through its operations and collaborations with industry stakeholders.

Hon. John Lekakeny Ololtuaa, Principal Secretary, State Department for Tourism, remarked, “The launch of Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill marks a significant milestone in Kenya’s hospitality sector. This establishment enhances our tourism infrastructure and showcases our rich cultural heritage and creativity. We look forward to seeing how Pullman’s presence will contribute to our economic growth and global tourism standing.”

Innovative Technology and Workspitality®

Technology plays a crucial role at Pullman Hotel Nairobi Upper Hill, enhancing guest experience and comfort. Moutou emphasized the importance of staying updated with the latest technological trends. This focus is evident across the hotel’s facilities, from the lobby and conference rooms to the guest rooms.

Pullman has introduced the first WOJO Workspitality® in the country, offering dynamic flexi spaces, including private offices, meeting rooms, and coworking solutions. WOJO blends professional office functionality with the comfort of hospitality, meeting the evolving needs of modern professionals, entrepreneurs, and teleworkers. This innovative concept provides a stimulating atmosphere conducive to creativity, collaboration, and productivity.