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Paris Hilton reacts just hours after reports emerged that Hilton Hotel Kenya will close 

by Joshua Wanga
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World famous model, socialite and great granddaughter of Conrad Hilton who is the patriarch and founder of the Hilton Empire, Paris Hilton, had an unlikely reaction just hours after reports surfaced that the hotel chain’s Kenya branch will be closing its doors indefinitely come December this year. It is worth noting that the hotel heiress has had her paths cross with Kenya in the past.
Moments after news spread that the iconic hotel would be closing its doors at the end of this year, the heiress posted a tweet which had absolutely nothing to do with the Kenyan situation. Not showing the least bit concern with the fate facing their family’s establishment in the region, the fragrance maker posted a “Thank you” message to popular You Tuber Tom Ward for hosting her on his podcast, The Tom Ward Show. Her tweet read,
Aw, thank you so much! That means a lot You are so awesome & kind and made me feel so comfortable. I loved our conversation very much and it was one of my favorite interviews ever! I look forward to doing it again soon!

It was in response to an earlier tweet by  Tom Ward which read,
I’ve literally done hundreds of interviews but I think the one I did with @ParisHilton today was my fave. She was just super welcoming, had a great message and positive attitude and is just cool as hell! Can’t thank her enough!  Video dropping soon.  

Paris’ paths crossed with Kenya when she met up with Mombasa governor Hassan Joho in a much publicised meeting in America.

“Following extensive discussions with the hotel ownership, Hilton Nairobi will close its doors for the last time on 31st December 2022 and cease operations,” a Hilton spokesperson revealed in the ground shaking announcement of the hotel’s closure.
“Covid-19 created unprecedented challenges for our industry. However, the decision to cease operations is not directly connected to the pandemic.
“Unfortunately, the closure of the hotel will result in a retrenchment process. However, we will work with those impacted to help them find alternative employment,” Hilton said.
The hotel said it will redeploy some staff to hotels within its Hilton portfolio in Nairobi.
Hilton said it will not quit Kenya and will continue to operate its other brands in the country.
“Hilton Nairobi Hurlingham and Hilton Garden Inn Nairobi Airport are growing our portfolio with new hotel development opportunities in the city and beyond,” it said.

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