This is not the property that was shown to me, this picture is from another apartment and is not even close to what I was shown. First I was shown a tiny room that was about a 12x12 with bugs. There were bugs and roaches in the final place they gave me. I was shown what they considered a suite but resembled a prison from the outside. First you have to go through grocery stores to access the room and them take an elevator up four flights where you then had to walk up two more flights of stairs and through a fenced in stairway. Once inside you could clearly see that the place kinda resembled the photo but maybe from 10 prior. Everything in the apartment was dated, with chipping painted wall, a dirty microwave, counter-top and pot, pan and silverware that had no shine under the layers of grease and dirt. There was one shining light to this apartment and that was the awesome 180 degree views from the many windows, especially the back bedroom. The bedroom was like a tiny palace in the clouds as once you awoke and open the curtains you were on top of the world. The view was breathtaking and it looked as if you could see all of Nairobi by only turning your head. The bed filled the corner of the room that was surrounded by windows on two sides. However I could not stay in a palace that in a junkyard and the room is the only redeeming quality.
I would not recommend this place to anyone as the price was not inline with what you get and the service was exceptionally awful.