Kholle House

Details

Details of Kholle House

Kholle House offers three room categories:

Prestige Suites: Get the royal treatment by choosing our very best, The Kholle House Prestige Suite. Spacious suites furnished in Swahili or French-Creole decor, en-suite bath, seating area, and private balcony with stunning views.

Deluxe Rooms: Large rooms furnished in Swahili or French-Creole decor, en-suite bath, view and two with private terrace.

Classic Rooms: Quaint rooms with Zanzibarian bed, en-suite bath. One with terrace and one with easy ground floor access.

 

 

Short Overview

After three years of meticulous renovation, Kholle House has opened its doors! Built in 1860 by Princess Kholle, the daughter of the 1st Sultan of Zanzibar, Kholle House provides a glimpse into the life of a Zanzibarian Princess. Nestled in the heart of Stone Town, Kholle House stands as a quiet oasis offering you a private sanctuary from the bustling city life. Our ten room luxury boutique hotel is designed in an elegant fusion of Swahili and French-Creole. Refresh yourself in our swimming pool or enjoy the breathtaking 360° view of Old Stone Town and the Indian Ocean from our roof top tea house.

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