The Seyyida Resort

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Details of The Seyyida Resort

The Seyyida Rooms & Suites

This elegant boutique hotel & spa features 17 rooms with exquisite hand carved furniture in the traditional Swahili style topped with upscale amenities.

Room amenities:

  • King size bed with mosquito net
  • Flat-screen with satellite TV
  • Bathroom with shower (Family Suite has a bath tub)
  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe
  • Wireless internet access
  • Telephone
  • Regular house-keeping service
  • Daily Turndown service

Short Overview

The Seyyida Hotel & Spa, standing proudly on the edge of Zanzibar’s Stone Town, captures the spirit of romance of an island whose history has been written by the Monsoon winds. Zanzibar has a cultural heritage dating back to the era of the Omani rule in East Africa.The hotel’s name, Seyyida harks back to an era in the island’s history when the term “Seyyida” was used in addressing female Arab royals. The Seyyida Hotel & Spa itself is a royal place to be and its physical proximity to the former royal residences is an interesting historical coincidence of sizegenetics. To this day, the hotel shares a strong bond with the island’s royal heritage, overlooking the resting place of the former sultans.

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