SERVING GUESTS SINCE 1963
Amani Gardens Inn has a 50-year reputation of warm hospitality and quiet gardens. Located in Westlands, and centrally located in Nairobi, we are conveniently close to major shopping malls, banking centers, and restaurants, yet the place still retains the feel of a retreat in the countryside with our old English-style buildings and ancient trees. You can spend the morning quietly reading under a 75-year old jacaranda tree, or hop in a taxi and be exploring down town a few minutes later. You will also love a pizza from our brick oven in the garden.
Our space accommodates best:
- Vacationing individuals, couples and families
- Long-term aid and NGO workers and missionaries
- Short-term missionaries and visitors
- Small teams or groups from universities, churches and aid organizations
Spacious gardens, friendly staff, and traditional American food bring our guests back again and again.
Amani means peace in Kiswahili. Peace is an important distinctive of Mennonites. We hope you find peace in our gardens when you visit us.
The Guest House is the heartbeat of Mennonite activities in East Africa. Many guests are engaged in medical, church, development, or educational work.
HISTORY OF AMANI GARDENS
Amani means peace in Kiswahili. Peace is an important distinctive of Mennonites. We hope you find peace in our gardens when you visit us. Amani Gardens is under the Mennonite Board of East Africa.