Children of any age are welcome.
All rooms and suites have a private veranda, air conditioning, a ceiling fan, WC, bathtub, separate shower, hair dryer, telephone, mini bar, safe box, LCD TV with international radio channels, Wi-Fi, tea/coffee making facilities and personal care products.
The Spa offers a range of treatments, and all of the products used are not tested on animals. There is also a fully equipped gym.
The nearby Zanzibar Watersports centre offers big game fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling, and sunset cruises among others.
Kilimanjaro, the main Zanzibar diner, sits over 200 guests below the typical Makuti roof style. It offers a lavish buffet for breakfast, while at dinner the service is a la carte.
Gold Restaurant boasts a friendly yet elegant character, with an amazing sea view. You can order from the menu a delicious and creative selection of plates based on fresh fish and local Zanzibar spices.
Sultan Bar is the best point to witness a spectacular sunset. Sip on international cocktails in a relaxing and fancy ambiance, and enjoy the end of an exciting day in elegance.
Ocean Dhow Bar is ideal for those who really can't leave the beach. Snacks and light meals can be served directly under the parasol, whilst an assorted array of tantalizing tropical drinks awaits you to quench your thirst.
The resort's pool is filled with crystal clear sea water, so very little chlorine is used. The result is a much gentler effect on the skin allowing for a perfect and long-lasting suntan. The saltwater also naturally allows for easier floating and therefore extra comfort while swimming. It features 3 different areas according to the height - a lower part is most suited to children, another is for anyone who wishes to bathe and relax, and a row is reserved for more active swimmers.
Please note that smarter attire is recommended in the evenings.
Tanzania has a large Muslim population on the island of Zanzibar. Modesty of dress is expected when outside the hotel's grounds. Trousers are entirely acceptable, but short skirts and bare arms should be avoided. Scarves must be worn over the head (and shoes removed) when entering a mosque.