l have seen many hostels in kenya but this is a unique one. Qwetu hostels , also trading as Qwetu Student Residences is a new kind of student hostels well designed for students purposes only. Living with Qwetu is not just a building , its about safe and secure homes where students can study and socialise in comfort.
At the moment Qwetu Student Residences has already attracted students from Daystar university, Riara university, KCA ,PAC UoN,KU and Mcensal School of Fashion and Design among many.

Services offered by Qwetu student Residences

Qwetu student hostels are committed to provide the students a comfortable environment conducive for students life by giving the following quality services:
  1. Free shuttle service
Students are provided with free transport to and from their learning institutions.
    2. Biometric access services
There is a secure biometric access to the buildings and an exclusive access to students rooms with their keycards.
    3. Free- Wi-Fi
There is a high speed Wi-Fi throughout the building with each student allocated 500Mbps per student.
    4. Social spaces
There are common lounges for music ,TV and games , open study rooms and roof terrace.
    5. 24 hrs security/ Fire alarm system
CCTV and 24/7 safety and security team is always available ready to respond to any incident.
    6. Uninterrupted Water supply and Power back-ups
There is an uninterrupted hot water supply with the help of on-site boreholes and electricity with no cut off due to back-up  generators.
     7. Qwetu student modern rooms
The rooms are well furnished, well spacious and equipped with modern items kitchen included.

Qwetu Hostels Prices and Charges per room 

Qwetu student residence has both single room and double rooms occupancy.
Double room occupants geos goes for as low as ksh.12,000 per month
Single room occupant pays ksh22,500 per month.
Premium rooms ksh26,000 per month.
The general prices for the rooms are shown in the image below: 

N/B  The prices given above are subject to change anytime so student should contact qwetu residence for clarification.

Qwetu locations across Nairobi

Qwetu student residence offers quality accommodation services to university students across Nairobi.
At the moment , Qwetu Residences are at:
Jogoo Road
Each of the properties are located near colleges and universities at the CBD.

How To Book at Qwetu Hostels Residence 

Students looking for booking at Qwetu Residence with my referral  can follow the following procedure:
  • Visit Qwetu Hostels website
  • On the drop down menu at the centre ,select your preferred Residence - Wilson,Jogoo Rd, Parklands and Ruaraka 
  • Your preferred Residence  will open
  • Click on "Join Waiting List" button  
  • A form will appear for you to fill in your details:
First Name 
Last Name 
Email address
Phone number
Enter my Referal code: STU- 4651
  • Enter your college or University name 
  • Click on " Submit " 
A representative from Qwetu hostels will call you back in a short while to confirm your booking.
N/B By using my referral code to book for the hostels ,am going to get something small from Qwetu. Thank for Booking with my code.

Qwetu Student Residence Customer service Contacts

In case of any challenges or for more clarification contact Qwetu Residence Hostels through:
Customer care toll free : 0800 730 333 
Other number: +254 730 850 000

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  6. 5 Top Hostels for Students in Nairobi.
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  1. it's a very nice and has condusive environment for reading and staying. i do love the place. and is it also found in alsops

  2. Its a very nice place..however it does not allow tutors in their premises causing an inconvenience to most students who wish to have tutors at the comfort of their resident for extra help apart from that gained in school.


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