Ruto Announces Plan to Convert Bomas of Kenya Into Hotel


A proposal has been made by President William Ruto to transform the historic Bomas of Kenya into a state-of-the-art hotel.

The Head of State, speaking at the State House in Nairobi to inaugurate Medium Term Plan IV, stated that the facility’s modernization is crucial to the revitalization of the nation’s tourism industry.

Ruto remarked that Bomas Kenya will be remodelled into a conference centre in addition to being transformed into a contemporary hotel.


Moreover, the President declared that the establishment will undergo renovations in order to accommodate exhibitions and distinctive cultural events that promote the nation’s tourism industry.

Additionally, Ruto declared that the capacity of the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) will be increased through a re-engineering process.

“The Bomas of Kenya will be converted into a modern conference, hotel, and exhibitions facility and the KICC will be re-engineered to achieve more than it is currently,” Ruto announced.

Bomas of Kenya is a critical establishment within the nation. Bomas of Kenya served as the national tallying centre for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) during the 2022 General Election.

Since its inaugural public exhibition in 1971, Bomas of Kenya has graciously received more than ten million visitors.

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At the present, it accommodates wedding parties, international live music performances, and All African Games delegates at its conference centre.

Additionally, it features Utamaduni Restaurant, which serves African fare.

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