Tamarind Beach Hotel

Details

Details of Tamarind Beach Hotel

Tamarind is situated in Uroa Village on the middle east coast, 37 km (22 miles) from Stone Town, a 30 minutes drive, good road all the way.

ROOMS:

All rooms have :

  • private bathroom,
  • hot water,
  • nets on windows and beds,
  • ceiling fan
  • front terrace.



Also available:

  • Safety deposit
  • Laundry service
  • Telephone service
  • Confererence room
  • Swimming Pool (with kids pool)
  • Internet wireless access (free)
  • Baby cot.

Short Overview

Tamarind has 18 rooms, all in bungalows with sea view. Their bungalows are built in natural coral stones with roofs made from coconut leaves.
All room have private bathroom, hot water, nets on windows and beds, ceiling fan and a front terrace

  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • Small LodgeSmall Lodge
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling
  • SpaSpa

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