Leon Villas – Nairobi’s beautiful gem hidden on Ngong’ Road next to Prestige

Hidden in plain sight on Ngong’ Road near prestige supermarket is Leon Villas – a beautiful gem that offers you a serene and relaxing ambience to cool off from the bustle and hustle of the City.

Whether you are looking for a mouthwatering Kienyeji chicken, a rice meal prepared using special Indian recipe or a whole fish or a place to enjoy your favourite drink, Leon Villas should be on list of a hotel you plan to visit next.

Sitting on half an acre of land, Leon Villas has a beautiful garden with tall trees – a mixture of indigenous and exotic – that keep the air fresh and provide a home for the chirping birds that add to the beauty. It has that homely appeal that makes you want to stay longer.

It is probably the only green space left as the whole of Ngong’ Road has been invaded by tall apartments and skyscrapers making Leon Villas look like an island of peace and tranquility – creating a perfect setting for visitors.

With more than 36 villas and two halls one holding a 100 participants and the other 20, the hotels is ideal for seminars and workshops for corporates and other groups.

And with its close proximity to the Nairobi National Park, the hotel offers excursions to the parks and also to the city for visitors or the discerning individuals or groups who want to discover the City and its many tourist and heritage sites.

The hotel Director Ngugi Thairu says the hotel will ensure it maintains its greenery because it offer a very refreshing experience in an area where tree cover is reducing daily.

He said during the cold evenings he has provided adequate heaters to ensure the guests have the best experience as they come to relax and recharge.

Leon Villas is located at a convenient place where several major facilities are a walking distance like Yaya Centre, Royal Nairobi Golf Club, the Junction Mall, Uhuru Park, the Kenya Railway Golf Club and the Kenyatta International Conference Centre.

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