Nairobi is hands down the best place to go in case you’re looking for a lifetime experience for a party. With the lit screens all over the streets at night as well as the tall buildings
1. K1 Klub House
The club is known for having the best reggae, roots and dancehall tunes in Nairobi.
It is located in Westlands along Chiromo lane and has been described to be a place where you can have fun any day of the week.
The ambience is eclectic and the place has clearly embraced diversity because of the different drinks and cuisines.
It has an elegant and upscale nightspot that is famed for its reggae night that’s usually held on Thursdays.
The club has different sections which feature four bars Heaven, Paradise, Pitcher & Butch. The place is also praised for its nyama choma experience at Club Jiko.
The widely talked about B-Club, otherwise known as Billionaires Club.
This club is often associated with the rich so if you feel like spending some good money buying drinks, this would definitely be the best place.
Anytime you’re feeling rich; you can visit this place and rub shoulders with the sons and daughters of politicians as well as important people in the country.
The club is located on the first floor of Galana Plaza in Kilimani and offers executive VIP services.
3. KIZA Restaurant and Lounge
Kiza is of the classy regime. The place is known to have a target audience and is located off Argiwins Kodhek Road, at Galana Plaza.
It is among the most popular spots in the city at the moment. The club is known to have authentic African cuisine as well as amazing cocktails in the bar and restaurant area.
4. Sarabi, Sankara Hotel
This joint in Westlands is located at Sankara Hotel’s rooftop, and it’s one of the clubs that you must check out if you’re looking for a fun-filled night.
Sankara is a 5-star hotel and therefore the prices may be a bit higher. The experience is great all together.
5. Tribeka Nairobi
Located conveniently opposite Nation Center along Kimathi Street, Tribeka is a great choice to party with friends even when you’re not driving.
The club attracts a mature group of people mostly in their late twenties, and you’ll always find a decent crowd regardless of the day of the week.
The joint aspires to continue offering the best services and live up to their tagline ‘Your passport to Nairobi’s nightlife.’