If you want to sleep and dine at a resort where giraffes actually poke their head into your window, then Giraffe Manor is for you.
The 1932 hotel sits on 120 acres near Nairobi, Kenya, and according to the website, the resort got its name when the owner, "moved five babies of the highly endangered Rothschild giraffe to their property where they have been successfully reared and they now have their own babies."
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