The Seyyida Hotel is ideally located in the centre of Stone Town, next to the Palace Museum and close to the sights of Zanzibar’s capital. The name of this hotel is derived from the Arabic word for princess and so is the look of the hotel: graceful and the beauty of the old ages is mixed with the modern times.
The hotel has only 17 rooms, each elegant and stylishly decorated according to a Swahili theme with traditional furniture and all the comforts provided. On the rooftop terrace of the Rooftop Restaurant you can enjoy not only the culinary delights, but also the views over the picturesque harbour and Stone Town. In the lounge bar you will experience an atmosphere of colonial times and luxury.


A luxurious hotel in Stone Town, Kisiwa House is noted for its blend of boutique sophistication and gracious Swahili hospitality. In the hustle and bustle of the legendary historical Stone Town, Kisiwa House is superbly located on a quiet street in the heart of Stone Town, a UNESCO world heritage site within easy walking distance to significant landmarks, museums, antique shops, and restaurants.
The hotel provides every modern convenience to its guests. Promising an unforgettable experience of professional service, comfort and unmatched elegance within a decidedly romantic and enchanting Swahili feel throughout our 9 rooms and suites.


Sitting majestically on the beachfront in the heart of Stone Town, a designated UNESCO heritage site, Park Hyatt Zanzibar is the quintessential destination from which to experience the idyllic East African island of Zanzibar and embrace the rich culture, heritage, and historical significance of the hotel’s location. The hotel provides the ultimate haven amongst Stone Town’s labyrinth of winding alleys, bustling markets, mosques, and famed Zanzibari doors, featuring magnificent ornate wooden carvings. The town’s key attractions are easily accessible by foot including Forodhani Gardens, the Old Fort, the Old Dispensary, the Peace Memorial Museum, the Palace Museum, and the House of Wonders.
Park Hyatt Zanzibar features 67 luxuriously appointed guestrooms, including 11 suites, that seamlessly blend understated elegance, contemporary style, modern technology, and timeless regional accents.
Experience Park Hyatt Zanzibar’s Zamani Residence for a unique dining concept, whereby guests can enjoy dining in a selection of elegant restaurants showcasing both authentic cuisine and more casual fare. Facing the ocean and overlooking the local beach, the infinity pool is the ideal place to enjoy a morning swim, relax in the sun or invigorate after a day exploring Stone Town. The stunning pool is 18 meters long, surrounded by comfortable lounge chairs and breath-taking views of the Indian Ocean and dhow harbours.


Once a grand old building that served as the American Consulate, the Arabian-style Tembo House Hotel features windows splashed with colourful stained glass and an array of antique furniture from all over the world. Its prime beachfront location in Stone Town, along with its large pool and relaxed atmosphere, make it an ideal place for families with kids of all ages to soak up the sun.
Tembo House Hotel’s location isolates it from the labyrinth of alleyways that spider through Stone Town, making it very easy to find and an ideal base from which to explore the historical attractions scattered around town. The unique Swahili bedframe and array of antique furniture in the hotel’s 37 en-suite rooms creates a distinctive atmosphere, with some of the rooms boasting magnificent sea views. The hotel’s Bahari restaurant is a great place to grab a meal and has a variety of local and international dishes on offer.
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