Nairobi’s Radisson Blu Upperhill Reopens After 16-Month Closure

Radisson Blu Upper Hill opens its doors to guests under new hotel management

Radisson Blu Upperhill has reopened its doors to the public after a 16-month under new management led by Russel Storey, the General Manager.

The hotel reopens, focusing on the highest level of service and experiences for guests to feel the difference. Visitors will enjoy the exceptional dining experience from the Larder restaurant, Chop House, or the Humidor Bar & Cigar Lounge.

Radisson Blu Upper Hill opens its doors to guests under new hotel management.
Tourism CS Najib Balala and Radisson Blu Upperhill General Manager Russel Storey

“We are pleased to reopen the hotel as part of our fast-growing upmarket brand, Radisson, which has been well-received in Kenya due to its modern style and ability to let guests focus on a work/life balance and discover harmony in their vacation experience. The hotel will add to our existing hotel portfolio in Africa,” said  Russel Storey, the hotel’s General Manager.

The hotel is located in the middle of the bustling Upper Hill, recognized for its magnificent interior design. It is approximately 10 minutes from Wilson Airport, with access to several surrounding companies and offices.

Radisson Blu Hotel, Upper Hill, resumed operations under new ownership this May.
L-R_ Head Chef of Radisson Blu Upper Hill Wayne Walkinshaw and Director of Sales and Marketing at Westmond Group, Guillaume Durand

The hotel is close to the famous Nairobi National Park, Kenya’s first wildlife reserve and the world’s only protected wildlife reserve in a capital city.

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