Mbweni Ruins

Details

Details of Mbweni Ruins

Mbweni offers accommodation for no more than 30 guests. All the rooms are air-conditioned, with ceiling fans and louvred windows to the balcony.
They are furnished in exotic Zanzibar style and every room has views of the Indian Ocean and of the gardens.The crystal clear fresh water pool, enfolded by the lush gardens lies on the edge of the beach, between the rooms and the restaurant where traditional spicy foods and a panoply of seafood delicacies await the discerning diner.The Mangrove Bar perches over the ocean, perfect for that evening drink while you watch the sunset!
Or the older Sundowner Bar (rhs) next to the Raintree Restaurant, offers a comfortable and shady venue for meeting friends.

The Mbweni Spa owned and run by Daja, international hairstylist, offers hairstyling, colouring and cuts
as well as many exciting pampering treatments, in two beautiful rooms set in the old Ruins. 

Short Overview

Set in botanic gardens by the ocean, the hotel is 10 minutes from Stone Town or from the Airport but is an oasis of peace to return to after your busy day.
Prices are reasonable and the emphasis is on giving you good value while maintaining high standards of service.

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