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Milele Villas
North West Coast, Unguja
It is Milele Villas Zanzibar offer 2 exclusive villas along the solitary Fukuchani beach, about 15 km south of Nungwi. The excellent hideaway for honeymooners as well.


Fumba Beach Lodge
South West Coast, Unguja
Just 30 minutes southwest of Zanzibar’s historic capital Stone Town, with its magnificent architecture and ancient culture, the Lodge is concealed well away from the busy tourist areas.


Sunset KendwA
North West Coast, Unguja
Located on Zanzibar’s most beautiful beach with powdery white sand, azure waters and a thriving coral reef, the exotic spice island of Zanzibar is the most idyllic of tropical destinations.


Zanzibar Palace Hotel
Stone Town, Unguja
It is located in the old center of Stone Town in Kiponda. The hotel is situated in a historical building, which first records back to 1904 when a Bohora merchant owned a Block of Houses.


Zanzi Resort
North Coast, Unguja
15 km from the historic Stone Town and 30 minutes from the airport. Thirteen spacious, artistically designed villas and bungalows, some featuring private pools.


Dream of Zanzibar
North East, Unguja
Around 45 km from Stone Town International Airport. This Resort has been created for your perfect beach holiday. Set on Kiwengwa’s white sandy shores, the seas are clear blue and shallow.

The Mantra Resort
North, Pemba
Anchored in an ocean floor anomaly, the floating underwater room tops almost anything. A home of friendliness, natural food, superior service, diving in crystal clear waters.


Dhow Palace Hotel
Stone Town, Unguja
Home of a rich merchant and his descendants kept it for more than 3 centuries before it was sold. Being right in the heart of the town has bore witness to many events taking place in Zanzibar.


Tembo Hotel
Stone Town, Unguja
is located in Zanzibar City, a 3-minute walk from the Old Fort and House of Wonders. Zanzibar port is a 5-minute drive away and the Zanzibar International Airport is 8 km from Tembo House Hotel.


Whites and Villas
East Coast, Unguja
The hotel located on the pristine sands of Paje beach. It is as much about enjoying a cocktail on the rooftop Champagne bar as it is about kitesurfing in the sunset or indulging in a massage at the spa.


Park Hyatt Zanzibar
Stone Town, Unguja
provides the ultimate haven amongst Stone Town’s labyrinth of winding alleys, bustling markets, mosques and famed Zanzibari doors, featuring ornate wooden carvings.


Marumaru Hotel Zanzibar
Stone Town, Unguja
Once a townhouse famous for its marble floors and tiles, it has now been lovingly restored to offer 51 bright rooms blending classic Zanzibar culture and modern luxuries.

The Aiyana Resort
North Coast, Pemba
Here, the concept of luxury is redefined through a sense of tactility and tranquility. Simplicity and sensuality are what makes The Aiyana so special and deserving.


Fundu Lagoon
South West, Pemba
It is a small privately-owned boutique hotel in Pemba offering natural barefoot luxury in a unique Tanzanian setting and reached by plane or boat from Zanzibar.


Bluebay Beach Resort
East Coast, Unguja
The Resort is less than a leisurely hour’s drive from the Airport – Abeid Karume Airport – on an all weather tarmac road. It is situated on the finest wide, white, sandy beach on the island of Zanzibar.


Matemwe Lodge
North East, Unguja
One of the first lodges has perfected the tropical island experience. Perched on an outcrop overlooking a shallow coral fringed lagoon on the quieter location.


Meliá Hotel
North East Coast, Unguja
Around 45 minutes from the international airport of Zanzibar, and the capital city Stone Town. The resort is ringed by a natural coral reef, making bathing a relaxing and safe experience.


The Loop Beach Resort
East Coast, Unguja
Remained unchanged despite the development of tourism over time, with fishermen leaving the sea every morning with their dhow boats and women who grow seaweed in their seaside gardens.