The Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi, Upper Hill stands in the heart of the fast-growing business district. The hotel is just a 20-minute drive from both the airport and Nairobi National Park, a well-known wildlife reserve with herds of zebras, wildebeests and giraffes. Our 271 rooms and suites offer thoughtful amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet and a mini bar along with lovely city or park views. Dine on international classics and Kenyan dishes anytime in the Larder, or savor an African-inspired meal beside the open kitchen at the Chop House. You can also enjoy a meal and glass of wine at our Alfresco Pool Bar & Grill, then stop by our sophisticated cigar lounge. Our fitness center helps you stay in shape, while the swimming pool lets you bask in the warm African sun or cool off with a refreshing dip.
Updated: 9 March 2020
In light of the circumstances caused by Covid-19 (coronavirus), and the subsequent 30-day suspension on all international events by the Kenyan Government, API Events has rescheduled the East Africa Property Investment (EAPI) Summit to 29 &30 July 2020, Radisson Blu, Upperhill Nairobi.
The decision to reschedule East Africa’s leading property gathering, originally planned for 1 & 2 April 2020, has been made to ensure the continued wellbeing of all our EAPI Summit attendees and stakeholders. In making this decision, we have received constructive feedback from our EAPI sponsors and partners and their insights and concerns were a critical consideration in making this decision.
As the EAPI Summit is an international event with stakeholders travelling from more than 20 countries, rescheduling the summit ensures that we provide the East Africa real estate community with a high-quality international business event in July.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our sponsors, partners, speakers and attendees, who have expressed their support of this decision and we look forward to sharing our stage with them and more than 500 delegates at EAPI 2020 on 29 & 30 July in Nairobi.
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Kfir Rusin | Managing Director | API EVENTS
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