Zanzibar Retreat Hotel

Details

Details of Zanzibar Retreat Hotel

ROOMS

The hotel has twelve double rooms, with the possibility of adding one or two extra beds or to combine into a larger family unit. Two rooms have their own private balconies, overlooking the sea,and most of the other rooms are connected with a large wooden veranda with outdoor furniture.

The hotel has twelve double rooms, but they can also arrange for triple or family accommodation.

All rooms contain all the necessary amenities;

air conditioning,

wireless Internet access and ceiling / floor fan.

The rooms are decorated in a typical Zanzibarian style, with furnishings in beautifully carved dark wood, canopy beds (king size, twin or single) with mosquito nets, and bedside tables and wardrobes. Other decor varies from room to room.

All rooms have of course a private bathroom with shower (except for family accommodation where two rooms share a bathroom).

Short Overview

Zanzibar Retreat Hotel is a small picturesque hotel situated right on the beach in the small fishing village of Matemwe on Zanzibar’s north eastern coast. The white coral beach, fine as powder, is ideal for long walks and swimming at high tide. If you prefer a quiet swim in the pool, it is located a few steps from both the beach and the hotel.

  • Air conditionAir condition
  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling

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