Mazson Hotel

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Details of Mazson Hotel

All rooms enjoy a 24-hour service. Our restaurant is a two-in-one centre. As one takes Mazsons a la Zanzibar(local) and continental dishes of one’s choice, one also enjoys an extra spice of having a bird’s eye view of the historic Stone town. 

Mazsons Hotel has conference facilities for about 30-40 people. It is ideal for conferences, and seminars because it has an in-house public address system, overhead projectors and flip charts. It is also ideal for business meetings because of its efficient secretarial services.

Mazsons Hotel building is one of the oldest building in Shangani area, in the famous Zanzibar Stone Town. The building was built by one wealthy businessman in 1830’s. According to existing records, it is asserted that: At the beginning of 20th Century the house was administered by one Msellem bin Mohammed.

Short Overview

Mazsons Hotel boasts of excellent accommodation befitting a variety of pockets and tastes. The hotel has 28 double rooms, four single rooms and three suites; all with split air-conditioning, a satellite TV network, a mini fridge and telephone. Bathrooms are fitted with hair dryers. 

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