- Guest Rooms: The Stanley offer a blend of Victorian elegance and comfort, combined with all the practical, executive amenities of the modern age. In addition to the Suites, there are two categories of guest rooms all of which feature: An outdoor or atrium view, Air-conditioning, black-out curtains, sound-proofing, Satellite TV, tea/coffee facilities, mini-bar, safe-deposit box, Direct dial telephone with VOIP, wireless internet connectivity, Private bath, shower and WC, hair dryers, Voltage of 240 volts and 50 cycle razor outlets operating on both 220 and 240 volts.
- Club Rooms(32): Club Rooms offer a very comfortable stay featuring elegant interiors and amenities such as a fresh fruit basket on arrival, a floral arrangement in the bedroom, fluffy white terry toweling robes and slippers, daily newspapers, free internet access and 42 inch flat-screen televisions. Club room guests also enjoy evening canapés on the house followed by aromatic candles and chocolates for Turn Down service.
- Deluxe Rooms(160): Deluxe rooms at The Stanley offer the rare luxury of space, the largest in their category in the city, having been built at a time when space was never a constraint. The rooms are done up in classical style with chintz furnishings and plush carpeting.
- Thorn Tree Cafe: The Thorn Tree Cafe is a legendary open-air, bistro style pavement cafe and is most famous for its message board located at the centre of the restaurant. Legend purports that the Thorn tree cafe - named for a single centrally situated Acacia tree - became a makeshift post box for travelers who left mail pinned onto its trunk. `Tree mail` endures despite email and the Thorn tree Cafe flourishes as the crossroads of Africa. From time immemorial the cafe has been the perfect meeting place for friends and offers a remarkable dining experience in the central business district. It has a deli counter, serves pizzas from a wood-fired oven, fresh juices, beers, the widest range of coffees and a varied menu which includes popular continental and nouvelle dishes.
- Thai Chi: A small piece of Thailand in Nairobi, Thai Chi has been awarded as the most authentic Thai restaurant in East Africa. With its traditional Thai decor and delectable Thai specialties prepared by experienced chefs from Thailand, Thai Chi is one of Nairobi`s most elegant dining establishments.
- The Exchange Bar: History comes to life at The Exchange Bar, once the site of Nairobi`s first Stock Exchange, from 1954 until 1991. In 1922, The Long Bar,the Stanley`s precursor to The Exchange Bar, famously took delivery of the first ever order from the newly formed Kenya Breweries, makers of such famous local brews as Tusker and Pilsner, and now the largest brewery in the country. The Exchange Bar retains the feel of a traditional English Gentleman`s club with its decor while exuding a casual elegance and warm atmosphere that provides a lively meeting place for people from all walks of life. A perfect place to enjoy a single malt and fine cigar or sensational cocktails accompanied with a variety of bar snacks. The Exchange Bar stocks all major international newspapers and in keeping with its origins there is also a Reuters screen with the latest news and movements from major stock exchanges of the world.
- Pool Deck Restaurant: The Pool Deck Restaurant on the fifth floor is a little bit of the coast in the heart of the city. It`s a light, bright, buffet style restaurant with al fresco dining by the swimming pool. It serves Kenyan specialties as well as popular continental and Asian dishes.On Sundays there is a special Barbeque Lunch (12.30pm - 3pm).