Sultan Palace Zanzibar

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Details of Sultan Palace Zanzibar

The Hotel is located in the Dongwe ares on the east cost of the Island, right at the point where the reef opens up to reveal a breath taking intact environment and wildlife.The air port is about 60km away and it can be easily reached about 50min thanks to a comfortable, fully paved road that winds its away through enchanting woodland and mango and papaya crops.

Each of the 15 shell-shaped private villas is stylishly decorated with unique fabrics and local furnishings. Local African antiques are placed alongside Arabian pieces in homage to the Omani domination of the past.

All villas offer a living area of over 100 square meters, with large windows and private terraces offering superb views of the ocean or the tropical gardens.

5 Imperial Suites

  • 180 square meters living space
  • 2 double beds
  • Sea views and direct access to the beach
  • 2 A/C units
  • Telephone, Internet access, ceiling fan, hairdryer
  • Large private terrace overlooking the ocean

4 Ocean Suites

  • 100 square meters living space
  • 1 double bed
  • Sea views
  • 1 A/C unit
  • Telephone, Internet access, ceiling fan, hairdryer
  • Large private terrace overlooking the ocean

6 Garden Suites

  • 150 square meters living space
  • 1 double bed or 2 single beds
  • 1 A/C unit
  • Telephone, Internet access, ceiling fan, hairdryer
  • Large private terrace overlooking the tropical gardens

7 Flower Rooms

All rooms are nicely equipped and can be single, double or triple.

Short Overview

The Hotel offers 15 suite accommodations which decorated differently, with unique drapes and local furnishing.
The large infinity pool has magnificent views overlooking the ocean and offers the chance of a fresh, relaxing break in the luxuriant tropical garden. The pool area offers a 'wet bar' and massage area, and is an ideal place to while your time away against a backdrop of stunning sunsets over the Indian Ocean.

  • Air conditionAir condition
  • HoneymoonHoneymoon
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • Small LodgeSmall Lodge
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling

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