Boma Inn is just but one of the best hotels Bosco has spent his busy nights. As a researcher, I had a wonderful time doing my work at the facility while enjoying the best delicacies Eldoret has to offer. I love the fact that Boma profits go to the Kenya Red Cross to save lives of the desperate Kenyans. Thank you very much!
Appearances aren't everything! Although Boma Inn looks nice and comfortable (to European/US standards), it stops at exactly that - just looks.
My family and I have eaten here at two seperate occasions and both were not at all what we expected for the price we paid, nor was it what we had hoped for in terms of quality.
The breakfast buffet is best described as plain and simple; plenty of different things, but it is all more or less standard and nothing special. Not to mention the fruit juices that they normally excel at are watered down for breakfast.
The á la carte lunch (pepper steak, masala chips and a chicken burger) was extremely over-seasoned (to the point od not tasting anything other than peppers) and very dry.
Both experiences set us back at least KSh 4000 for 2 adults and a toddler. Considering the relatively disappointing food, such prices are rediculous!
Their fruit juices are wonderful and fresh though and the ambiance of the entire place, with a beautiful fish pond that runs from inside the building out into the cozy green garden, are well worth a visit (or two).