Beyt Al Chai

Details

Details of Beyt Al Chai

Beyt al Chai is, naturally, located in the famous Kelele Square at the heart of Zanzibar's renowned Stone Town.

The 5 bedrooms and suites are divided in three categories:

SULTAN Rooms: These are the three largest rooms at the Beyt al Chai, at approximately 40 sq. metres each. They have private bathrooms and captivating views of Zanzibar.

The three rooms are: Beyt Al Chai Beyt Al Ajaib Beyt Al Sahel PRINCE Rooms: These two rooms are the second largest in the house, averaging about 25 Sq Metres each. They each have a private bathroom and dressing room.

The rooms are: Beyt Al Hukum Beyt Al Ras In-room Amenities Tea/Coffee making Facilities Hair dryer Ceiling Fan Air conditioner A writing bureau En suite shower A wardrobe Sitting area with a comfortable couch 1 four poster antique bed

Short Overview

As Beyt al Chai rooms is authentic old Zanzibari as the great house itself. Classical Africa with a touch of ancient Arabian mystique merge in this exquisite, exclusive 5-room boutique hotel within a traditional Zanzibar house, built on 3 floors on what was once a nobility tea house. Beyt al Chai is, naturally, located in the famous Kelele Square at the heart of Zanzibar's renowned Stone Town.

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