Nairobi, Sept. 8 -- The scramble for luxurious presidential and executive suites in Nairobi to accommodate high-profile dignitaries attending the just-ended Africa Climate Summit has left high-end hotels in the city relishing a windfall.

The three-day Africa Climate Summit held in Nairobi attracted over 20 heads of state, their representatives and other prominent officials including the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, US Special Climate Envoy John Kerry; Chief Climate Officer USAID Gillian Caldwell; State Secretary and Special Envoy for New Climate Action Germany Jeniffer Morgan.

Over 20,000 delegates also attended the inaugural climate event and booked rooms in different city hotels.

A hotelier who spoke to the Bus...