The Swahili house

Details

Details of The Swahili house

ROOMS:

The Swahili House has 5 floors that are all built around our beautiful court yard – an ideal spot to enjoy a quiet moment away from busy Stone Town life. The floors are all accessible via traditional Zanzibari Staircases.

22 rooms are spread out over 4 floors and can be divided in 3 different room categories:

* Sultan Suites – large, spacious rooms with balcony. Approx. 45m2.
* Suites: medium sized spacious rooms with or without balcony. Approx. 33m2.
* Deluxe Rooms: standard sized double or twin room. Approx. 21m2.

All the rooms all are restored and decorated in traditional Swahili style, but adjusted to Western standards, which for example includes European sized mattresses, air conditioning and a fan. Most rooms feature a spectacular open bathroom including a shower and bath, which are ideally to relax after a busy day exploring Stone Town and its many treasures.

FACILITIES:

rooftop terrace - The rooftop terrace houses bar, restaurant and a very relaxing Jacuzzi overlooking the Indian Ocean. Enjoy a cocktail, lunch or dinner while indulging in stunning views of Stone Town and the Swahili Coastal area!

Short Overview

The Swahili House is located in the center of Stonetown close to all the little bustling streets, alleys, market, shops, restaurants and other points of interest. House of Wonders are all within walking distance from the hotel.

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