Nairobi has a well-developed infrastructure, including modern financial and communications systems. Leading domestic and international banks operate out of Nairobi. It also has a relatively well-developed industrial base, which accounts for some 20 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP). In addition to being the financial hub and largest city in all of Eastern Africa, Nairobi is very unique in the sense that it blends the vast wildlife with the various cultures in the region. Unlike other cities, Nairobi is surrounded by 113 sq km of plains, cliffs and forests that make up the Nairobi National Park.
It is precisely this duality that makes Villa Rosa Kempinski the perfect retreat for both business and pleasure seekers, keeping them close to both the city and the country. This unique destination is poised to become the choice of every traveller to Kenya, making it the ultimate African adventure.
The commercial centre of Kenya:
· Home to the Nairobi Stock Exchange, the 4th largest in Africa
· Several multinational companies have factories based in and around the city
· Goods manufactured in Nairobi include clothing, textiles, building materials and processed foods