According to a recent report, traditional short-stay hotels in Nairobi saw a 3-year average occupancy of 52%, while serviced apartments saw averages of 72%, driven by international companies operating in Kenya seeking to host their staff in upmarket parts of the capital.

There were 4,582 serviced apartment units in 2018 in Nairobi, and the report states that development and occupation is hindered by congestion and infrastructure stagnation. Global brands such as Best Western, Radisson and MÖvenpick are pioneering the serviced apartment evolution.

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