Mercure Nairobi has introduced the pioneering WOJO workspitality concept to East and Central Africa, debuting in the vibrant Nairobi's Upperhill area.

The innovative space offers a blend of professional and hospitality environments, catering to the evolving needs of modern professionals, businesses, and entrepreneurs.

Located on the 9th and 10th floors of Mercure Hotel Nairobi Upperhill, WOJO Nairobi spans an impressive 10,000 square feet. It features 123 workstations, private offices, and 30 shared workstations, all designed to foster creativity, collaboration, and productivity.

The brightly lit spaces offer stunning panoramic views of Nairobi's skyline and the scenic Ngong Hills.

"Mercure Hotel Nairobi Upperhill is proud to introduce WOJO Nairobi, the first coworking space that embraces the 'Workspitality' concept to East Africa," stated Gerard Moutou, General Manager of Mercure Hotel Nairobi Upperhill.

"Our goal is to provide flexible, collaborative, and productive workspaces that cater to the ever-growing need for adaptability in the business ecosystem."

WOJO Nairobi's strategic location next to major business hubs and corporates enhances its appeal to both local and international businesses.

The facility is designed to support various professional needs with private offices, enterprise solutions, and coworking areas that adapt quickly to changing requirements.

This flexibility is further highlighted by offerings such as "Flexible Day Pass Offers," monthly packages, and customizable contracts.

In addition to its professional amenities, WOJO Nairobi promotes a balanced work-life dynamic with relaxation areas and social events.

The Mercure Hotel Nairobi Upperhill, where WOJO is housed, offers locally inspired cuisine crafted by Chef Hilal Kaafarani. Meals are made from 100 per cent locally sourced produce and meats, emphasizing sustainability and local flavour.

WOJO Nairobi also includes well-equipped meeting rooms for seamless guest hosting and dedicated spaces for professional events and networking sessions.

Users can connect and collaborate in an environment that supports both individual and team productivity.

The hotel’s capacity to host events for up to 150 attendees, coupled with its catering services, further enhances its utility as a comprehensive business hub.

Mercure Nairobi’s WOJO Workspitality initiative marks a significant step in transforming traditional office environments by integrating flexibility, collaboration, and everyday living into a singular, dynamic workspace.