Located in the leafy Buruburu suburb and 20 minutes away from the city center is Jimlizer Hotel. The threestar hotel has 82 spacious rooms with a 134 bed capacity. These are divided into deluxe, double and single categories. Each room is fitted with satellite TV, free internet and other features for the leisure seekers or clients in transit. Besides accommodation, Jimlizer Hotel also offers dining facilities. Resident chefs provide clients with a variety of finger-licking local and international cuisines. Regardless of your dining needs, the hotel has got you covered. Jimlizer Hotel offers conferencing facilities with 5 modern conference rooms. There is a safe and ample parking space for over 80 cars.
Jimlizer Hotel has an elaborate CCTV surveillance system for enhanced security. Maxland Hotel offers you a wholesome, welcoming experience. The hotel is located along Waiyaki Way, Westlands about 10 minutes drive from the central business district. The first thing you will notice after entering the establishment is the sweet aroma of nyama choma, bandas and paved walkways. Maxland is reputed for its juicy meat, soup and mutura. It is the best nyama choma joint in Westlands area. In addition, Maxland has a well stocked bar coupled with the ambience of sports bar. With a 24 hour DSTV connection and giant flat screen TVs, guests have a place to dine, drink and catch up with the latest happenings in sports and news. For lovers of one-man guitar bands, Maxland mugithi nights are a mustattend.
The establishment has an ample and secure parking space that will give you peace of mind as you indulge in your favorite drink or sink your teeth into a juicy piece of fry, roast or boiled meat. Situated along Thika Superhighway, Maxland Hotel, Mountain Mall is the latest addition to the area’s entertainment scene. The hotel, a sister to Maxland Hotel, Waiyaki way, offers the same quality service, juicy nyama choma and mugithi nights that the brand is renowned for. According to the director, Mrs. Gachiri, Maxland’s vision is to continue offering customers with a place where they will get value for money. Competition in the entertainment industry is stiff. Mr. Munene, the manager, concurs. He reckons that apart from meeting the needs of their clients, the two establishments have also stepped up their security apparatus. Both establishments are fitted with CCTV cameras.
Customers are screened at the entrance. Through video surveillance, Maxland security teams keep track of what is going on both inside and outside the two facilities. The security installations at Jimlizer and Maxland hotels were provided by Secure Digital Limited, a security solutions company situated along Mombasa Road. Mrs. Gachiri is one among other business people in Nairobi who are not taking security for granted. She proposes that for success in business, one need not look at what to sell but also the conditions under which you serve your customers. Whether you are operating a hotel, bar or restaurant, security is paramount. It is a trend that Mrs. Gachiri hopes her fellow hospitality operators will pick up.