|Category :||Beach Resort|
|Pet :||Pets are not allowed|
|Check-in From :||12:00:00 PM|
|Check-out Until :||10:00:00 AM|
|Distance :||9 Km from airport/airstrip
3 Km from city/market
|Telephone :||+254 736 591789|
We have recently redecorated all the rooms in the hotel, now each have an authentic, relaxing feel.
All rooms include a cozy double bed with a stunning en-suite. All bedrooms are fully furnished with antique and traditional wardrobes, bedside tables and dressing tables.
We also have a beautiful terrace restaurant on the roof of the hotel which has a brand new menu which includes a variety of cuisines suited to each person’s taste.
The restaurant is accompanied by a bar which contains a wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Indulge in freshly made fruit juices or simply savor our flavor some wines.
|We offer 15 Rooms in four categories :
|The Fusion Lounge is probably the most fashionable bar of its kind in Stone town, it elegantly leans towards opulence in its décor and furnishing, and our courteous staff will serve you in a manner befitting the atmosphere with a selection of perfect sundowners as you watch a glorious sunset over the Indian Ocean. Later in the evening there is a laid back ambiance with a medley of lounge music, Sheesha’s, Havana Cigars and Tapa’s to indulge you.
The Restaurant emphasizes it name FUSION in its Décor and atmosphere, and more so in the menu which is Our Chef’s composition of Dishes utilizing only the freshest local Seafood , Poultry and vegetables & meat from Pemba or Arusha prepared using most of the spices Zanzibar is famous for . The menu offers a variety of delicate Fusion and traditional recipes all prepared for a variety of palettes.
|Enjoy a pleasurable and fun day trip on the beautiful waters of Zanzibar. We invite you in one of our jet boats to enjoy a day out snorkelling or visiting secluded beaches on the smaller isles such as Prison Island where there is a sanctuary for an endangered species of the Giant Tortoise and a beautiful beach where you can relax and take in the beauty of the Indian Ocean, and we can arrange all kinds of delicious picnic hampers for the day out upon request.
Diving can be arranged from one of the PADI Certified Diving Companies that we use and is an unforgettable experience for the more adventurous.
The Spice Tour:
An enthralling visit to a Spice farm and see the variety of local herbs, medicinal plants, cosmetic plants, tropical spices and flowers that gave Zanzibar and Pemba the name “Spice Islands”.
The Stone Town tour:
takes you around the historical old town the architecture of which is very much influenced by the Omani Arabs since the 14th century. This tour includes a visit to the former slave market site, now standing as an Anglican Church, built back in 1817, the town market, the Zanzibar Memorial Museum, The House of Wonders built in 1883 (Beit-Al-Ajaib), the Old Arab fort, the Palace Museum, the old Indian Dispensary (cultural centre), the Maruhubi Palace Ruins as well as Livingstone House.
There are a variety of places to visit on the Island ; one can take a trip to Kizimkazi beach, an unforgettable experience where you can swim and play with resident spinner and bottle-nose dolphins or visit Jozani Forest which is home to red colobus monkeys, or one can take a trip back into the history of the infamous Slave Trade by visiting the Mangapwani slave caves.
Zanzibar`s rituals find their expression through the festivals and arts that colour the island throughout the year. Among the most popular festivals are:
Sauti za Busara – "Sounds of Wisdom" Swahili Music & Cultural Festival……. A 3-day weekend cultural extravaganza of music, theatre and dance held annually in Zanzibar during February.
|Zanzibar International Film Festival - ZIFF presents the annual Festival of the Dhow Countries during the first two weeks of July. The festival celebrates the arts and cultures of the African continent, the Gulf States, Iran, India, Pakistan and the islands of the Indian Ocean, collectively known as the Dhow countries.|
|Bullfighting - Bullfighting is a popular, traditional and annual sport in Pemba Island. Pemba bullfights are relic of Portuguese occupation of the island, which occurred during the 16th and 17th centuries. Drum beats, men and women sing local songs to make the event lively and spur on both bull and matador. There is no specific dates when the bullfighting’s are organized but the hottest time of the year. This between August and February. But some times it is done after clove harvesting or during the state ceremony such as Revolutionary Day of Zanzibar.|
|Mwaka Kogwa - A four-day-long celebration, Mwaka Kogwa is best observed at Makunduchi, a village in the southern part of Zanzibar. The origins of this holiday are Zoroastrian (a Persian religion older than Islam). It is a celebration of the New Year and some of the events include huge bonfires and mock fights. The festivities vary from village to village but Makunduchi is where the biggest events take place. All are welcome for this festival which takes place at the end of July.|
|Eid-el-Fitr - is the festival at the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting and it is the biggest the most respected of all festivals in Zanzibar. Also known as Iddi or Sikukuu (days of celebration, festival or holiday), this festival is a time of gift giving and of giving alms. The Eid celebrations lasts for four days and visitors can attend Eid festivities at the Mnazi Moja grounds across from the National Museum or at the Kariakoo fair grounds out by the Main Post Office.|