Zanzibar Sea Cliff

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Arriving at Sea Cliff Resort & Spa you know you have come across a very special place. The 4 km drive through a coconut plantation, is a reminder of the Zanzibar of old. Peace and tranquility and no busy roads. Space, palm trees and the incredible blue of the ocean graces you as you approach the property courtyard filled with tropical flowers.

With our traditional makuti roofs and Arabic towers glowing with their brass lights, this is an hotel built with our location in mind. It is a unique combination of modern mixed with the original exotic architecture of historical Zanzibar.

The decorative natural color scheme of creams and golds are complimented by antique furniture that has been specially sourced to showcase the culture, history and the influences that give Zanzibar its uniqueness.

Sea Cliff Resort & Spa is situated on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean and offers panoramic views from the lounges, restaurant, bars and even the recreation area. You can enjoy breakfast overlooking the ocean or dinner under the stars and sundowners on the jetty or even from the balcony of your room.

96 of our rooms offer ocean views from the bedrooms and private balconies, so one can sit and watch the dhows sail past and, as we are on the west coast, magically experience magnificent sunsets.

The hotel offers a number of activities for the more energetic of guests, including a fully equipped gym, a water sports center, 2 tennis courts, a squash court, as well as bicycles for adults and children.

Sea Cliff Resort & Spa also offers guests, both adults and children, a unique experience of 'African Island' horse-back riding. Venture on a horse riding sensation of a lifetime. Delight in an adventure that allows you to experience the island's scenery and culture at close quarters. Sunrise and sunset outings are a must and perfect photograph opportunities. Horse and rider become one with the environment – sharing the same sights, scents, sounds and excitement of the African wilderness. No horse lover coming to Zanzibar should miss this opportunity!

For those guests who want to relax and rejuvenate, we have a spa overlooking the ocean. It consists of 5 treatment rooms, including a couple's treatment room, splash pool, Jacuzzi bath, steam room & sauna.

Short Overview

Sea Cliff Resort & Spa is an exquisite sanctuary of tranquility, peace & beauty, boasting 120 bedrooms - lush tropical scented gardens - rim flow sparkling swimming pools - an abundance of many cultural cuisines and most importantly, incredibly attentive and helpful staff. The resort is located on the Northern-West coast of the exotic Island of Zanzibar, and conveniently located a mere 20 minutes from the historical and eclectic Stone Town.

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