Bordering the Giraffe Sanctuary forest on the outskirts of Nairobi, Eden sits on a four-acre property in the peaceful suburb of Langata and offers travelers an immediate connection to a deeply authentic expression of one family’s Kenyan home, history and adventures.

Originally designed and built by Tonio and Anna Trzebinski, the 9 bedroom former family home has been transformed into a living museum and private gallery space that is filled with the family’s own artworks and creations, as well as their personal library and artefacts that have been collected over a lifetime from across the continent.

Whilst staying at Eden, hotel guests have the opportunity to enjoy a fully immersive contemporary cultural experience within the intimacy of the hotel and across the city. Eden prides itself in being a platform from which to experience a modern Nairobi in a unique way.

Nairobi National Park, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Karen Blixen Museum and the Giraffe Centre are all within a short driving distance and the hotel is within easy reach of Nairobi’s most interesting restaurants, eclectic shopping experiences and artist studios.

This small but vibrant boutique hotel brings the dynamic culture and strong art scene of Nairobi to life, it packs a punch!

Eight rooms in total. Every room is designed and decorated by Anna Trzebinski, replete with works of art, and stunning views of the grounds. Each bedroom is equipped with filtered drinking water, mosquito nets, bathrobes, a hair dryer, natural bath and body products, an extension cable with adapter functionality and a safe.
All ensuite with strong hot showers and flush toilets
Both communal and private tables available out on the stunning deck overlooking a beautiful lake of water
Artist in residence option
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Families, single travellers and small groups



  • Visit the Giraffe Centre nearby
  • Visit the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage – adopt and meet the baby elephants
  • Immerse yourself in Nairobi’s vibrant cultural scene
  • Visit Nairobi National Park
  • Visit the Karen Blixen Museum