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About Regency Inn Tudor

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Regency Inn TudorformerlyGlory Innis an affordable hotel off Tom Mboya Road within Mombasa CBD. Business, leisure and transit travelers can book a stay in the finely finished units. Free WiFi is available.Whether you’re visiting for business or leisure, you’ll find our rooms have everything you need for a relaxed and comfortable stay.
Our rooms typify your very own away from home, just a notch higher. Everything from the lighting to its finishing is laid out in sheer elegance and perfection. The furniture is rustic yet sophisticated to bring out the gist of our true African hospitality.
Our restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as a breakfast buffet. You'll find a delicious selection of hearty or light fare for lunch and dinner. Since our restaurant is multi-cuisine, we serve famous & mouth-watering local and continental m. We also serve world-class drinks and cocktails as per our guests' liking meals.Enjoy our carefully crafted cocktails at the bar and all your other favorite drinks. Delicious small platters are served to go well with your drink.
Airport pickup, car hire and laundry services can be arranged on request. The guarded premises offers ample parking.
Glory Inn Tudor is located opposite the well known little sisters of the poor house and in close proximity to the water sports facility.
Glory Inn Tudor is located opposite the well known little sisters of the poor house and in close proximity to the water sports facility.
The hotel serves complimentary breakfast to guests every morning. Guests may also order local meals and drinks at the onsite restaurant and bar.

  • Type: Hotel
  • Sleeps: 20
  • Check-in: 13:00
    Check-out: 10:00

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Regency Inn Tudor is , the nearest airport 7.1km (Mombasa Moi International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling