The Myblue Boutique Hotel

Details

Details of The Myblue Boutique Hotel

The hotel was built in its natural surroundings and each room is elegantly decorated and air conditioned to make your stay as memorable as possible.

The restaurant offers a wide variety of international cuisine. In front of the pool, near the main bar, there is a covered area with a library, table games and WI-FI (extra charge).

The hotel has scuba diving and snorkelling facilities, fishing can also be organised, or you can simply enjoy a fabulous massage whilst listening to the waves gently rolling onto the shore. MyBlue Boutique Hotel the ideal location for tour groups, honeymoons, incentives and individuals wanting to relax and enjoy everything this enchanting spice island has to offer.

Facilities:

 

 Large Swimming Pool

 Buffet Restaurant

 Ocean Front Al Carte Restaurant

 Pool Front Bar

 Dive Centre

 Massage Centre

 Boutique

 Arabian Lounge with Shisha Bar

 Wi-Fi Connection (Payable)

 Laundry Service (Payable)

Each room is furnished in a boutique style with an en-suite bathroom (shower only), a mosquito net, air-conditioning, telephone, and digital safe, TV with international channels, fridge and hair dryer.

There are no twin-beded rooms in Myblue.

Short Overview

The Myblue Hotel is situated in a splendid and unique scenario in one of the island’s most beautiful spots, Nungwi, famous for its sunsets and for its sea. It is about 50 km from the Stone Town airport and is easily accessible at about 60 km of transfer to the asphalt roads.

  • Air conditionAir condition
  • HoneymoonHoneymoon
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling
  • SpaSpa
  • SportsSports
  • WeddingWedding

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